Newsletter: T1 E1 Single or Dual
Welcome to another August 2011 issue of GL's Newsletter providing information on our Single or Dual Multiport Repeaters.
Multiport Repeaters are used to generate multiple identical T1/E1 outputs for each T1/E1 input, thus increasing the range of
transmission of T1/E1 signals. A single/ dual Multiport Repeater can be used for the following purposes:
- To generate multiple identical T1/ E1 outputs for each T1/ E1 input
- To test and load multiple T1/ E1 interfaces simultaneously
- For broadcast applications and traffic generation and simulation
- To preserve the strength of the signal and extend the distance over which the signal representing the data can be transmitted
The single bantam version provides ten identical outputs from a single T1/ E1 input. The single RJ45 version provides twelve identical outputs from a single
T1/ E1 input. The dual version provides four outputs for each of the two inputs.
Important Features of Single/Dual Multiport Repeaters:
- The input and output connections are through standard bantam or RJ 45 jacks.
- Inputs and outputs are compatible with CCITT G.703.
- Units operate on a voltage of 7-12 V DC and draw a current of upto 1000 mA.
- T1 and E1 signals are terminated at 100 Ohms or 120 Ohms respectively.
- The repeater permits output drive for line lengths up to 655 feet.
- The T1 Multiport Repeater and E1 Multiport Repeater are available as separate units.
- LEDs are provided to indicate the presence or absence of input signals and power.
- Provides Terminate, Bridge and Monitor mode of operations.
For comprehensive information on the Single or Dual repeaters, please visit Multiport Repeaters Web page.
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