RAD's ASM-61 2-wire symmetrical VDSL modem provides full duplex transmission of 10 Mbps Ethernet traffic over 2-wire copper cable for distances of up to one kilometer (0.6 miles). The ASM-61 2-wire symmetrical VDSL modem employs VDSL QAM line coding, thereby utilizing the bandwidth effectively. The unit is fully interoperable with third-party equipment. No configuration is needed when installing. Two versions are available: one which sits at the central office and a second version which sits at the customer site.
- Employs VDSL QAM coding for better bandwidth utilization
- Ideal for LAN operations
- Plug and play operation; no configuration is needed when installing
10 Mbps Ethernet traffic over 2-wires, extended range
A complete solution for high speed services over existing copper lines, the ASM-61 provides full duplex, symmetrical 10 Mbps Ethernet traffic over 2-wire 24 AWG (0.5 mm) copper cable, for distances of up to 1 km (0.6 miles).
The ASM-61 extends the range of internal LANs using VDSL technology, based on ETSI QAM line coding requirements for the physical medium.
The ASM-61 compensates for line impairments and mixed cabling by using advanced equalization, adaptive filtering and echo cancellation technology.
An internal clock is available. In this mode, the internal clock generator provides the clock for the digital interface and the line.
The ASM-61 is powered by AC voltage. It is available as a standalone unit that can be mounted in a standard 19" rack using special hardware.
- 10 Mbps data rate
- Range of up to 1 kilometer (0.6 miles) over 24 AWG cable
- User interface is a built-in 10/100BaseT Ethernet bridge
- Complies with IEEE 802.3 and 802.3q requirements
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