Presentation on theme: "Product Presentation 2xE1/T1 over Ethernet Multiplexer (TDMoIP)"— Presentation transcript:
1Product Presentation 2xE1/T1 over Ethernet Multiplexer (TDMoIP) Orion Telecom Networks IncUpdated: April 2010
2Product OverviewVCL-2xE1/T1 over Ethernet (TDMoIP) provides the user with E1/T1 over Ethernet (IP) conversion and allows the user to transport E1/T1 channels (carrying data or voice) over Ethernet (IP) Network.Very Compact and low cost.It is an E1/T1 extension device which utilizes the Ethernet / IP Network to transport E1 or a T1 signal in real-time.Useful for the Real-time applications carrying VOICE, VIDEO and DATA.It can be installed and used in multiple locations in a point-to-point or point to multipoint topology, depending upon the user requirements.Compatible with 1 port, 8 port and 16 port TDMoIP versions.The QoS features include short and stable transmission delay, low jitter and wander etc.
3Product OverviewIt does not take up a fixed transmission bandwidth, and suitable good for achieving higher bandwidth utilization.It converts the E1/T1 frame format into Ethernet Data for transmission over the Ethernet or IP Network and then re-converts the Ethernet data back into E1/T1 frame format at the far-end terminal, to inter-connect two or more E1/T1 devices over the Ethernet or the IP Network.Optional 220V AC (110~240V AC) and -48V DC (18~72V DC) input power supply.
4How it works The equipment is a TDM / Packet processing unit. It converts E1/T1 data stream into Ethernet packets with or without IP headers.These packets are transported over the Ethernet network.At the far-end the packets from the uplink Ethernet port are sorted and processed to re-assemble into the original E1 or T1 data stream.It also uses algorithms to recover the E1 or T1 clock synchronization and to ensure that the reconstructed clock will meet the stringent requirement of TDM applications.
5Features and Highlights Supports upto two user selectable E1 or T1 PortsEasy to use and configure by any web browserE1/T1 signal is a TDM signal which transmits information in a constant bit rate of 2048Kbps, 1544Kbps.Supports Point-to-point and point-to-multipoint link establishment over IP networkStable E1/T1 clock recovery, low jitter and wanderLow processing delay for E1/T1 channels, high bandwidth usage efficiencyResistance to packet loss, with PCM frame synchronization protectionAdequate jitter buffer to resist packet delay variationAuto parallel or cross cable adaptive Ethernet ports. Allow easy connection to other Ethernet equipment
6Features and Highlights Local and remote E1/T1 LOS and AIS and packet loss indication for trouble-shooting and maintenance.Support 1+1 backup uplink portsSupports Automatic Ethernet negotiation function and configurable 10M/100M, Half / Full duplex working modesOptional powers 220V AC and -48V DC. May be ordered with either power option.Idle for connecting offshore sites with central site over Ethernet / IP network in very low investmentSupports transparently passing the VLAN tagged Ethernet DATAWorks fine with other TDMoIP equipment having multiple E1/T1 ports.Robust and cost effective.
7Application The equipment may be used for the following purposes: Connecting point to point E1/T1 devices over Ethernet or IP networkEstablishing point to point E1/T1 link over wireless bridges (Ethernet Radios)Connecting point to multipoint E1/T1 devices over Ethernet or IP networkEstablishing point to multipoint E1/T1 link over wireless bridges (Ethernet Radios)
8Application Diagram Point to point applications E1/T1UplinkUplinkE1/T12 Port TDMoIPIP Networks2 Port TDMoIPE1/T1 PBXPCMMultiplexerE1 / T1MultiplexerE1 / T1MultiplexerE1 / T1MultiplexerE1 / T1Radio LinkE1/T1UplinkUplinkE1/T12 Port TDMoIP2 Port TDMoIPE1/T1 PBXPCMNote: When connecting to a wireless LAN bridge (Ethernet Radio), care must be taken to protect the equipment from lightening strikes and surges by installing surge protection devices with a good earth / ground connection. Poor earth / ground connections may also degrade the operation of the Ethernet port, causing severe packet losses.
9Application Diagram Point to multi-point application# 1 2 Port TDMoIPMultiplexerE1 / T1E1/T1 PBXRemote Site - 1Remote Site - 22 Port TDMoIPMultiplexerE1 / T1E1/T1 PBXRemote Site - 3Remote Site - 4Remote Site - 5MultiplexerE1 / T1E1/T1 PBXCell TowerE1 / T1E1 / T11 Port TDMoIP1 Port TDMoIP1 Port TDMoIPUplinksUplinksIP NetworkUplinkMultiplexerE1 / T1E1/T1 PBX8/16 Port TDMoIPCentral Site
10Application Diagram Point to multi-point application# 2 2 Port TDMoIPMultiplexerE1 / T1E1/T1 PBXRemote Site - 1Remote Site - 4Remote Site - 5Radio LinkE1/T1 PBXCell TowerE1 / T1UplinksUplinks1 Port TDMoIP1 Port TDMoIPRemote Site - 2MultiplexerE1 / T1IP NetworkRadio Link1 Port TDMoIPUplinkCentral SiteUplinksRemote Site - 3MultiplexerE1 / T1E1/T1 PBXRadio Link8/16 Port TDMoIP2 Port TDMoIPMultiplexerE1 / T1E1/T1 PBXMultiplexerE1 / T1E1/T1 PBXMultiplexerE1 / T1E1/T1 PBX
13Web Management (Through Web Browser) Monitoring and Managing the equipment through the Web Management using Web Browser (Internet Explorer, Fire Fox etc)
14Web Management (Through Web Browser) Monitoring and Managing the equipment through the Web Management using Web Browser (Internet Explorer, Fire Fox etc)
15Thank you for your attention For more details visit us at our Website atHeadquarters: Phoenix, ArizonaOrion Telecom Networks Inc.16810, Avenue of the Fountains,Suite # 108, Fountain Hills,AZ U.S.A.Phone: ,Fax:Website:Regional Office: Miami, FloridaOrion Telecom Networks Inc.4000 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Suite 470,Coral Gables, FL 33146,U.S.A.Phone: ,Fax:Website: