If you need high bandwidth for your network running across your campus at your copper wires, than here is the ultimate technology for you. While elsewhere 2,3 Mbps are standard and 5,7 Mbps are top of technology, the Etherlink IV DSL Modems get you up to 15 Mbps per copper pair using G.SHDSL technology. In addition, you can realize distances where other technologies already fail. Etherlink IV can do 15 Mbps per copper pair at distances of up to 2500 meters. By using 2 copper pairs (4 wires) you can connect 30 Mbps over 2500 metres, over 8 wires even 60 Mbps can be connected.
DSL Technology competing with Fiberoptic?
Just a few years ago there have been people doubting that more than 100 Megabit would be possible with copper cables at distances of 100 meters. Using fibre optic Multimode cabling, distances of 2000 meters are possible according to the standard. Now EtherLink IV DSL technology is ready to compete with fibre optics. Plus, EtherLink IV gives you the advantage of saving the money because you don't need to install extra fibre optic cabling. EtherLink IV uses your existing copper (phone) lines and offers a network throughput suitable for Voice over IP, Video on demand, Internet, Database application and more.
15 Mbps per copper pair possible at
- 2500m using 1,0mm wire
- 2200m using 0,8mm wire
- 2000m using 0,6mm wire
- 1200m using 0,4mm wire
Your results may vary depending on wire quality.
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Standards — 802.3ah, G.SHDSL.BIS, G.SHDSL, 802.1q, 802.3, 802.3u, ITU-T K20/K21, IEC 1000-4-5 class 2
Management — VT100 (via RS-232), Telnet, HTTP (web based), SNMP
(2) RJ45 Ethernet 10/100BaseTX,
(1) DB9F RS232 for monitoring and configuration;
(1) USB Type A F
(2) RJ45 for DSL route (Pin 4,5)
(1) DC power
Power — 36 to 72VDC, Molex power adapter cable included
Operating Temperature — -30 up to +75 ° Celsius
Chassis — DINrail mountable
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