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RAD HTU-T1/T1L HDSL Termination Units

RAD HTU-T1/T1L HDSL Termination Units

FEATURES

• HDSL NTU/LTU enabling transmission of 2048 kbps E1 and 1544kbps T1


data over unconditioned twisted-pair lines
• Extends the data transmission range of up to 9.2 km (5.7 miles) with the H-
RPT repeater or up to 4.8 km (3 miles) without the H-RPT repeater
• Operates opposite RAD's HCD-E1, HCD-T1, HTU-2 and H-RPT
• Complies with the ETSI HDSL standards
• Supports unframed or framed E1 or T1
• Setup, control and monitoring using front panel, ASCII terminal or SNMP-
based network management station
• Control of the remote unit via embedded operation channel or inband
management
• Timeslot priority bumping
• Call-out capabilities supported via the control port
• Alarm buffer holding up to 100 alarms
• Remote power feeding from a modem card or standalone unit
• Enhanced diagnostics include:
o Loopbacks on the HDSL lines and E1 or T1 port
o E1 or T1 and HDSL performance statistics collection
• High voltage line protection in compliance with ITU K.21
• Available as a standalone unit or as a card for the LRS-24 rack

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SPECIFICATIONS

• HTU-E1 is an access unit that converts the 2048 kbps E1 or 1544kbps T1


signals into HDSL transmission format. The conversion extends the
transmission range to cover 4.8 km (3.0 miles) over a 4-wire link (24
AWG/0.5 mm) without the need for repeaters or fiber optic link.
• Transmission of HTU-E1 complies with the ETSI HDSL standards. Using
advanced equalization, adaptive filtering, echo cancellation technology and
2B1Q line coding, the unit compensates for line impairments, bridge taps and
mixed cabling. High immunity to background noise enables transmission of
the multiple HDSL lines in the same physical cable.
• Setup, control and monitoring of status and diagnostics information can be
performed using one of the following:
o Front panel LCD with three buttons, using menu-driven management
o ASCII terminal connected directly or via a dial-up modem to the async
control port using command line interpreter
o SNMP management station connected to the async control port, using
Serial Link Interface Protocol (SLIP).
• An embedded channel in the HDSL transmission provides both control and
diagnostic capabilities from the centrally-located HTU-E1 to the remote unit at
the customer's premises. The user can monitor the link and alarms, and
perform online configuration, as well as diagnostic loopbacks to the remote
unit.
• The priority bumping feature allows the user to select the timeslot priority
(high or low). In this case, if one of the lines is down, HTU-E1/HTU-E1L
continues to send data over the HDSL link.
• Timeslot assignment is programmable, allowing data from the E1 port to be
placed into timeslots, either consecutively or alternately. In addition, the
central HTU-E1 or HTU-T1 provides full user control over the timeslot
allocation of the remote HTU-2/HCD-E1 or T1 data ports, or HCD-E1 or T1
sublink.
• The standalone HTU-E1/PF and HTU-E1C/P card provide remote power feed
for the HTU-E1L/P unit or H-RPT HDSL repeater. For the remote power
feeding via the HTU-E1C/P card, a standalone power supply, LRS-PS-FEED,
should be ordered separately.
• HTU-E1 orT1/HTU-E1L or T1L supports call-out of the alarm conditions via
its front panel control port.

• HTU-E1 or HTU-T1 supports an internal SNMP agent and can be controlled


by the RADview SNMP network management application, as well as by any
generic SNMP station.

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RAD ASM-20 Sync/Async Short Range Modem


ASM-20

RAD ASM-20 Sync/Async Short Range Modem

Features
• The ASM-20 Short Range Modem operates synchronously or asynchronously
(strap-selectable) at full or half duplex over unconditioned lines. It has a range
of up to 23 km (14 miles) and operates at data rates from 19.2 kbps up to 256
kbps.
• The use of conditioned diphase modulation (EUROCOM Std. D1) provides
immunity to background noise, eliminates normal line distortion and enables
efficient transmission and reception of serial data over twisted pair cable.
Transmit timing is provided internally, or is derived externally from the data
terminal or receive signal. Receive timing is regenerated from the data.
• When set to async mode, ASM-20 performs async to sync conversion in
compliance with ITU V.14 standard. Table 1 details the rates relevant for sync
and async. Rates higher than 115.2 kbps are supported in sync mode only.

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• ASM-20 features V.54 diagnostic capabilities to perform local analog


loopback, and local and remote digital loopback. The loops can be manually
activated from the front panel or via control signals from the interface
connector. In addition, ASM-20 incorporates a built-in Bit Error Rate Tester
(BERT) to enable complete testing of both modems and the line. A front panel
switch generates a pseudo-random test pattern (511 bits) according to ITU
V.52, for testing end-to-end connectivity. An ERROR LED flashes when a bit
error is detected.
• ASM-20 is available as a desktop unit or as a card for the ASM-MN-214
modem rack. The rack can carry up to 14 ASM-20 cards and is supplied with
25-pin D-type connectors.
• Optional hardware is available for mounting one or two standalone units in a
19" rack.

Specifications

Table 1. Approximate Maximum Range

Baud Rate 19 AWG 22 AWG 24 AWG 26 AWG


(0.8 mm) (0.6 mm) (0.5 mm) (0.4 mm)
kbps km miles km miles km miles km miles
256 3.75 2.3 2.85 1.75 2.25 1.4 1.9 1.2
192 6.0 3.7 4.5 2.8 3.5 2.2 2.7 1.7
144 10.6 6.6 6.75 4.2 4.5 2.8 3.4 2.1
128 12.4 7.7 7.3 4.5 5.0 3.1 3.6 2.2
115.2* 12.8 7.8 7.65 4.75 5.25 3.3 3.8 2.5
112 12.8 8.0 8.0 5.0 5.5 3.4 4.0 2.5
96 13.0 8.1 8.3 5.15 6.0 3.7 4.15 2.6
72 15.0 9.3 9.4 5.8 6.25 3.9 4.3 2.65
64 17.6 11.0 11.0 6.8 7.5 4.6 5.3 3.3
57.6* 18.8 11.7 11.75 7.3 8.0 5.0 5.6 3.5
56 18.8 11.7 11.75 7.3 8.0 5.0 5.6 3.5
48 19.4 12.0 12.2 7.6 8.25 5.2 5.8 3.6
38.4* 20 12.5 12.5 7.8 8.5 5.3 6.0 3.7
32 20.5 12.75 12.85 8.0 8.75 5.4 6.2 3.85
28.8* 20.5 12.75 12.85 8.0 8.75 5.4 6.2 3.85
19.2** 23.0 14.0 14.0 8.7 9.75 6.0 7.0 4.3

* Asynchronous baud rates


** Sync/Async

ASM-20-2/*/+/#

Short range modem, stand alone unit

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ASM-20-2R/+

Short range modem card for the


ASM-MN-214 19" rack

* Specify power supply


115 for 115 VAC
230 for 230 VAC
48 for -48 VDC
24 for 24 VDC
+ Specify interface
V24 for V.24/RS-232 (up to 64 kbps)
V35 for V.35
530 for RS-530
X21 for X.21
V36 for V.36/RS-449
703 for G.703 Codirectional (64 kbps)
UTP for built-in Ethernet bridge,
10BaseT with RJ-45
BNC for built-in Ethernet bridge, 10BaseT with BNC connector

Note: When using V.35 or X.21 interfaces for ASM-20-2R, the CIA adapter is
required.

# Specify G.703 Codirectional connector


TB for terminal block connector
RJ for RJ-45 connector
RM-17
Hardware for mounting one or two standalone units in a 19" rack
CIA/&
Connector Interface Adapter for the
ASM-MN-214 19" rack
& Specify CIA connector option:
V35/1 for adapting one modem card's 25-pin connector into one V.35, 34-pin
connector
X21 for adapting two adjacent modem cards' 25-pin connectors to two X.21, 15-pin
connectors

Application

Figure 1 - Tail-end for Digital Network Application

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Figure 2 - Point-to-point Application

ASM20-2/115/530
ASM20-2/115/G.703/RJ
ASM20-2/115/G703/TB
ASM20-2/115/UTP
ASM20-2/115/V24
ASM20-2/115/V35
ASM20-2/115/V36
ASM20-2/115/X21
ASM20-2/230/530
ASM20-2/230/G.703/RJ
ASM20-2/230/G703/TB
ASM20-2/230/UTP
ASM20-2/230/V24
ASM20-2/230/V35
ASM20-2/230/X21
ASM20-2/24/UTP
ASM20-2/48/UTP
ASM20-2/48/V35
ASM20-2/48/X21
ASM20-2R/530
ASM20-2R/V24
ASM20-2R/V35
ASM20-2R/V36
ASM20-2R/X21
ASM20/115/128/V35
ASM20/115/128/X21
ASM20/115/144/530
ASM20/115/144/V35
ASM20/115/144/X21
ASM20/115/64/V24
ASM20/115/G703
ASM20/230/128/530
ASM20/230/128/V35
ASM20/230/128/X21
ASM20/230/144/530
ASM20/230/144/V24
ASM20/230/144/V35
ASM20/230/144/X21
ASM20/230/64/V24
ASM20/230/G703
ASM20R/128/RS530
ASM20R/128/V35
ASM20R/128/V35/DC
ASM20R/128/X21
ASM20R/144/RS530
ASM20R/144/X21
ASM20R/64/V24
ASM20R/G703
ASM20R/G703/DC

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RAD ASM-31 2-Wire Multirate Short Range Modem


ASM-31

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RAD ASM-31 2-Wire Multirate Short Range Modem

Features
• The ASM-31, all-rate, sync/async short range modem, operates full duplex
over 2-wire twisted pair, at selectable data rates from 1.2 kbps up to 128 kbps.
• ASM-31 operates using 2B1Q line coding, and provides an operating range of
up to 5.5 km (3.4 miles), independent of the data rate. An adaptive equalizer
provides noise immunity and high performance over low quality lines.
• Full duplex operation is achieved using the echo cancellation technique. This
method entails setting one modem to be Master clock and the other to be Slave
clock.
• ASM-31 features diagnostic capabilities including implementation of local and
remote loopbacks. The operator at either end of the line may test both modems
and the line in a number of loopback modes. The loopbacks are controlled by
either a manual switch or from the DTE interface.
• The modem also includes a BER tester for complete end-to-end integrity
testing. An error LED indicates each bit error detected.
• Front panel LEDs provide indication for TD, RD, RTS and DCD, as well as
Power, Local and Remote Test and Sync Loss.
• Interface options include V.24/RS-232, V.35, RS-530, X.21, G.703
Codirectional, and Ethernet (see Ordering). The analog line connection is
provided via an RJ-45 or a 3-port terminal block. Configuration is via internal
jumpers and straps.
• Line interface circuitry protects against lightning and power surges.
• ASM-31 is available as a standalone unit or as a card for mounting in the
ASM-MN-214, 19" rack. The rack can carry up to 14 cards.
Specifications
• 2-wire, all-rate short range modem

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• Single sync/async channel


• Full duplex operation using echo cancellation
• Selectable data rates:
Sync: 1.2 kbps to 128 kbps Async: up to 38.4 kbps
• 2B1Q line coding
• Operating range up to 5.5 km (3.4 miles), independent of data rate
• Diagnostics include internal BERT, local and remote test
• DTE interfaces:
V.24/RS-232, V.35, RS-530, X.21, G.703 Codirectional, and IR-ETH

ASM-31/#/*/
2-wire, standalone modem

ASM-31/R/*/
2-wire modem card for
ASM-MN-214, 19" rack

# Specify power supply:


115 for 115 VAC supply
230 for 230 VAC supply
48 for -48 VDC supply
24 for 24 VDC supply
* Specify interface:
V24 for V.24/RS-232 interface
V35 for V.35 interface
X21 for X.21 interface
530 for RS-530 interface
G.703 for G.703 Codirectional
UTP for built-in Ethernet/802.3 bridge with RJ-45 connector
BNC for built-in Ethernet/802.3 bridge with BNC connector Note: When using
V.35 or X.21 interface for ASM-31/R, the CIA adapter is required.

CIA/&
Connector Interface Adapter for the
ASM-MN-214 19" rack

& Specify connector:


V35/1 for adapting one modem card's 25-pin connector into one V.35, 34-pin
connector
X21 for adapting two adjacent modem cards' 25-pin connectors to two X.21, 15-
pin connectors
ORDERING INFO
ASM31/115/530
ASM31/115/G703/TB

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ASM31/115/UTP
ASM31/115/V24
ASM31/115/V35
ASM31/230/530
ASM31/230/G703/RJ
ASM31/230/G703/TB
ASM31/230/UTP
ASM31/230/V24
ASM31/230/V35
ASM31/230/X21
ASM31/48/V24
ASM31R/530
ASM31R/G703
ASM31R/UTP
ASM31R/V24
ASM31R/V35
ASM31R/X21

APPLICATION

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RAD SPD-703-1 G.703 Codirectional


Rate and Interface Converter

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RAD SPD-703-1 G.703 Codirectional Rate and


Interface Converter

FEATURES

• SPD-703-1, an Advanced Rate and Interface Converter, converts between the ITU G.703
codirectional (64 kbps) interface and several standard data communication interfaces.
• SPD-703-1 performs two types of conversion:
o Interface conversion: from G.703 to V.24, V.35, V.36, X.21, RS-530 or Ethernet;
o Rate conversion: from 56 or 48 to 64 kbps.
This enables connecting of a variety of DTE equipment to G.703 transmission equipment.
• Operating full duplex at a data rate of 64 kbps, SPD-703-1 has a range of up to 800m (0.5
mile) from the G.703 equipment.
• The converter's receive timing is the recovered clock from the G.703 signal. The transmit
timing source is strap-selectable for either:
o Recovered clock from the G.703 receive signal;
o Internal timing.
Two internal 16-bit elastic buffers accommodate for the difference in clocking phase.
• SPD-703-1 acts as a rate adapter for connecting 48 or 56 kbps DTE equipment to a 64
kbps G.703 line. At 56 or 48 kbps, one control signal may be transferred end-to-end.
Alternately, the available bandwidth can be used for a 1200 bps async secondary
subchannel for connecting additional DTE equipment over the same link.
• SPD-703-1 features ITU V.54 diagnostics, enabling local analog loopback and local and
remote digital loopback tests. The loops are manually activated either by front panel

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switches or from the DTE interface (except for X.21).In addition to the loops, a front panel
PATT switch generates a pseudo-random test pattern (511 bits), according to the ITU V.52
standard for testing end-to-end error free connectivity.
• SPD-703-1 is available either as a standalone unit, or as a card for the ASM-MN-214 19"
modem rack.
• Special hardware for mounting the standalone unit in a 19" rack can be ordered separately.
This hardware enables the installation of either one unit or two units side-by-side.

SPECIFICATIONS

• Conversion between G.703 codirectional interface and V.24, V.35, V.36 (RS-422), X.21,
RS-530 interfaces, or a built-in Ethernet bridge
• Selectable data rates: 48, 56 or 64 kbps
• Selectable transmit timing source
• Line protection circuits
• Meets G.823 jitter requirements
• V.54 diagnostic (loops 2 and 3)
• Internal test pattern generator
• ITU V.110 compatible (conversion of 56 to 64 kbps)
• Second asynchronous subchannel up to 1.2 kbps

SPD-703-1/*/#
Standalone unit

SPD-703-1/R/#
Card version, for the ASM-MN-214 modem rack

ASM-MN-214/*/^
19" modem rack for 14 modem cards

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# Specify DTE interface:


530 for RS-530 interface
V24 for V.24 interface
V35 for V.35 interface
V36 for V.36/RS-422 interface via an adapter cable
X21 for X.21 interface
UTP for built-in Ethernet/802.3 bridge with RJ-45 connector
BNC for built-in Ethernet/802.3 bridge with BNC connector
* Specify standalone and rack main power supply:
100 for 100 VAC operation ±10%
115 for 115 VAC operation ±10%
230 for 230 VAC operation ±10%
48 for VDC operation from -42 VDC to -60 VDC
24 for VDC operation from 18 VDC to 32 VDC
^ Specify second power supply (redundant, optional):
For ordering options, see main power supply. CIA/&
Connector Interface Adapter
for the ASM-MN-214 19" rack

& Specify connector:


V35/1 for adapting one modem card's 25-pin
connector to one V.35, 34-pin connector
X21 for adapting two adjacent modem cards' 25-pin
connectors to two X.21, 15-pin connectors ORDERING

SPD-703-1/115/530
SPD-703-1/115/ETH
SPD-703-1/115/V24
SPD-703-1/115/V35
SPD-703-1/115/V36
SPD-703-1/115/X21
SPD-703-1/230/530
SPD-703-1/230/V24
SPD-703-1/230/V35
SPD-703-1/230/V36
SPD-703-1/230/X21
SPD-703-1/24/530
SPD-703-1/48/530
SPD-703-1/48/ETH
SPD-703-1/48/V24
SPD-703-1/48/V35
SPD-703-1/48/V36
SPD-703-1/R/530
SPD-703-1/R/V24
SPD-703-1/R/V35
SPD-703-1/R/V36

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APPLICATIONS

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RAD FCD-2 E1 or Fractional E1 Access Unit


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RAD FCD-2 E1 or Fractional E1 Access Unit

FEATURES
The FCD-2 is a Rate and Interface Converter for Fractional E1 services, accepting
data at rates from 56 kbps to 1.984 Mbps. User data is placed into an E1 (CEPT)
frame, using only the required number of timeslots. Synchronous data channel
connection is provided over the public E1 (CEPT) network without the need for a
multiplexer. Where a Fractional E1 service is available, the FCD-2 reduces payment
to only the bandwidth used.
The FCD-2 is compatible with virtually all carrier provided E1 services, meeting all
requirements of CCITT recommendations for G.703, G.704 and G.732. It supports
both 2 or 16 frames per multiframe, with or without CRC-4. Zero suppression over
the line is HDB3.
Selectable timesloting allows data to be placed into timeslots, either consecutively or
as defined by the user. The data rate can be programmed for any multiple of 56 kbps
or 64 kbps.
The unit can be ordered with or without an LTU (Line Terminating Unit), allowing for
operation either with the integral LTU or with an external unit. Three user interfaces
are available: V.35, X.21 and V.36/RS-530, with selectable clock sourcing (see
Ordering). The integral LTU ensures an operating range of up to one mile, allowing
the FCD-2 to be used also as a short range modem.
Multiple clock source selection ensures maximum flexibility on both the E1 and the
user interfaces. The E1 line may be clocked from the recovered receive clock, or from
an internal oscillator. The user interface may be set to DTE or DCE with external
transmit clock, or DCE where both receive and transmit clocks are inputs.
Setup, control and monitoring of status and diagnostic information can be activated
via the front panel or via a terminal or PC connected to the supervisory port.
Remote line diagnostics, alarm information, unit configuration and other
control/monitoring information can be accessed remotely via dial-up modems.
Maintenance capabilities include local and remote loopbacks at various points, as well
as built-in BER test for rapid identification of faults.

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SPECIFICATIONS

The FCD-2 is a Rate and Interface Converter for Fractional E1 services, accepting
data at rates from 56 kbps to 1.984 Mbps. User data is placed into an E1 (CEPT)
frame, using only the required number of timeslots. Synchronous data channel
connection is provided over the public E1 (CEPT) network without the need for a
multiplexer. Where a Fractional E1 service is available, the FCD-2 reduces payment
to only the bandwidth used.
The FCD-2 is compatible with virtually all carrier provided E1 services, meeting all
requirements of CCITT recommendations for G.703, G.704 and G.732. It supports
both 2 or 16 frames per multiframe, with or without CRC-4. Zero suppression over
the line is HDB3.
Selectable timesloting allows data to be placed into timeslots, either consecutively or
as defined by the user. The data rate can be programmed for any multiple of
56 kbps or 64 kbps.
The unit can be ordered with or without an LTU (Line Terminating Unit), allowing for
operation either with the integral LTU or with an external unit. Three user interfaces
are available: V.35, X.21 and V.36/RS-530, with selectable clock sourcing (see
Ordering). The integral LTU ensures an operating range of up to one mile, allowing
the FCD-2 to be used also as a short range modem.
Multiple clock source selection ensures maximum flexibility on both the E1 and the
user interfaces. The E1 line may be clocked from the recovered receive clock, or from
an internal oscillator. The user interface may be set to DTE or DCE with external
transmit clock, or DCE where both receive and transmit clocks are inputs.
Setup, control and monitoring of status and diagnostic information can be activated
via the front panel or via a terminal or PC connected to the supervisory port.
Remote line diagnostics, alarm information, unit configuration and other
control/monitoring information can be accessed remotely via dial-up modems.
Maintenance capabilities include local and remote loopbacks at various points, as well
as built-in BER test for rapid identification of faults.

ORDERING

FCD-2-LTU CARD
FCD-2/115/530
FCD-2/115/530/LTU
FCD-2/115/V35
FCD-2/115/V35/LTU
FCD-2/115/V36
FCD-2/115/X21
FCD-2/115/X21/LTU
FCD-2/230/530/LTU

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FCD-2/230/V35
FCD-2/230/V35/LTU
FCD-2/230/V36
FCD-2/230/V36/LTU
FCD-2/230/X21
FCD-2/230/X21/LTU

APPLICATION

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