Data modem FO-E1E2
ISDNfor fiber optics

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data, ISDN
for fiber optics


The FO-E1E2 is a transparent fiber optic modem for Telco as well as for enterprise in all TDM infrastructures to deliver and to extend voice line E1-MIC (CAS or R2), ISDN PRI or data clear channel G.703 E1 or fractional G704 FE1. This equipment interconnects any 2Mbps devices transparently. The FO-E1E2 is running also at 8Mbps in G703 E2 mode for the access Satellite or some microwave. This modem can run face to the FO-SECD a co-directional X21 modem at 2 and 8Mbps. The installation of FO-E1E2 is fully automatic and doesn’t require setup. E1/E2 rate is automatically detected. The FO-E1T2 owns a double 120 Ohms (RJ45) and 75 Ohms (BNC) line interface for all countries. PBX interconnection or BTS to MSC interconnection should be done as a simple cable connection. The FO-E1E2 face to a FO-SECD provides a 2Mbps serial synchronous X21/V11 link between a TDM/PDH/SDH network and local device DTE or DCE. As well for satellites or some microwave this couple of modem can extend a 8Mbps link. The FO-E1E2 is available in metal box or rack card for multi services chassis AMS4 or AMS16 with SNMP management. All version are available with AC 110/230v or DC 48v or DC 24v power supply. Specification : G.703 E1 2,048Mbps extension over fiber optic, Transport of E1 MIC, E1 PRI, G.703 or G.704 voice/data link, G.703 E2 8,448Mbps line extension over fiber optic, 120 ohms RJ45 & 75 ohms 2 BNC line interfaces, Optic: Multimode 820nm ST, Single-mode 1310nm à 30/60km, Laser 1550nm at 117km with SC/PC or option FC/PC, Tests mode according to V54, Metal box AC, DC 48 or 24v, Rack card for AMS4 & AMS16 SNMP, Free GUI software: MX-CFG, Statistic at 15mn, 30mn, 1 and 24 h,


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