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Carrier Access Access Bank II / SDSL
Voice and Data Multiplexer
 

 

Integrated voice and Internet access over a single
network T1 using Symmetrical Digital Subscriber Line (SDSL)
technology

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Access Bank II

 

Deliver Megabit-Speed IP Services

The Access Bank® II/SDSL provides integrated voice and Internet access using Symmetrical Digital Subscriber Line (SDSL) technology to deliver megabit-speed IP services over a single T1 from the network edge to the LAN. SDSL transports data between an SDSL router or modem and the Access Bank II/SDSL at data rates up to 1.1 Mbps over a single pair of existing unshielded twisted pair wiring at distances up to 12,000 feet.

Integrated SDSL technology provides a cost-effective means to overcome customer building installation  problems and deliver data services to users, whether they are across the room or across the campus.  Existing building wiring provides the connection between the phone closet and the customer LAN access router.

Flexible Configuration and Management Options

Easy-to-use configuration and management capabilities in the Access Bank II/SDSL, in addition to the IP management of SDSL routers, provide comprehensive management of data services all the way to the customer’s LAN.  Access Bank management options include SNMP or Telnet management through an Ethernet port, DLI or Windows® GUI using RS-232, or remote T1 FDL management from Access NavigatorTM.

The Access Bank II/SDSL provides a highly flexible solution for integrating the delivery of multi-line voice and high-speed Internet access to small and medium size businesses in any location — office buildings, campus environments, or multi-dwelling units.

Features At-A-Glance:

• SDSL, V.35 or RS-232 data interfaces support full and fractional T1 service to meet data deployment needs

• SDSL data transport over single unshielded twisted pair provides the flexibility to deploy customer premise equipment (CPE) up to 12,000 feet away

• Industry standard SDSL interface works with a variety of low-cost SDSL routers and modems

• Ethernet SNMP, CLI, and Access Navigator host management provides both enterprise and remote carrier management of voice and data service delivery

• Low power consumption with AC and DC inputs and economical eight-hour battery backup option increases service availability

• Compact size (one rack unit) and wall or rack-mounted installations save in-service space

Deliver Megabit-Speed IP Services

The Access Bank® II/SDSL provides integrated voice and Internet access using Symmetrical Digital Subscriber Line (SDSL) technology to deliver megabit-speed IP services over a single T1 from the network edge to the LAN. SDSL transports data between an SDSL router or modem and the Access Bank II/SDSL at data rates up to 1.1 Mbps over a single pair of existing unshielded twisted pair wiring at distances up to 12,000 feet.

Integrated SDSL technology provides a cost-effective means to overcome customer building installation problems and deliver data services to users, whether they are across the room or across the campus.

Existing building wiring provides the connection between the phone closet and the customer LAN access router.

Flexible Configuration and Management Options

Easy-to-use configuration and management capabilities in the Access Bank II/SDSL, in addition to the IP management of SDSL routers, provide comprehensive management of data services all the way to the customer’s LAN. Access Bank management options include SNMP or Telnet management

through an Ethernet port, DLI or Windows® GUI using RS-232, or remote T1 FDL management from Access NavigatorTM.

The Access Bank II/SDSL provides a highly flexible solution for integrating the delivery of multi-line voice and high-speed Internet access to small and medium size businesses in any location — office buildings, campus environments, or multi-dwelling units.

Features At-A-Glance:

• SDSL, V.35 or RS-232 data interfaces support full and fractional T1 service to meet data  deployment needs

• SDSL data transport over single unshielded twisted pair provides the flexibility to deploy customer premise equipment (CPE) up to 12,000 feet away

• Industry standard SDSL interface works with a variety of low-cost SDSL routers and modems

• Ethernet SNMP, CLI, and Access Navigator host management provides both enterprise and remote carrier management of voice and data service delivery

• Low power consumption with AC and DC inputs and economical eight-hour battery backup option increases service availability

• Compact size (one rack unit) and wall or rack-mounted installations save in-service space

• 4-Wire E&M /TO 12-channel card: Supports signaling types I, II, IV or V; uses up to 4 signaling and 2 transmission pairs for each channel (E/M, SG/SB AND T/R)

• Patented automatic 2-wire analog impedance adjustment adapts to various modems and line lengths

• Full compatibility with V.34 (33.6 Kbps) and V.90 (56 Kbps) modems

Data Interfaces:

• Synchronous V.35 DCE data to 1.536 Mbps in Nx56 Kbps or Nx64 Kbps steps in any channel combination from 1 to 24 (CAC P/N 005-0008 Male, CAC P/N 005-0014 Female)

• SDSL data to 1.1 Mbps delivers full bandwidth over 12K ft. with UTP cable

• Asynchronous point-to-point RS-232 data 9.6, 19.2, 38.4, and 57.6 Kbps (requires optional cable)

• Built-in V.54 data loop code generation and detection for V.35 connection

Alarms:

• Dial-out notification over modem attached to RS-232 management port

• SNMP alarm traps over Ethernet

Power:

• –48 VDC 1A input from battery source

• 115VAC/75 W power converter included

• Optional 220 VAC/50 Hz to –48 VDC converter module for international applications

• Solid-state fuseless overvoltage and overcurrent protection

Regulatory Approvals:

• FCC Part 68, CS-03 listed: Telephone line interfaces

• FCC Part 15, Class A Radiated Emissions Control

• NRTL safety listed: UL 1459, CSA

• National Electrical Code 1996 safety requirements

• ANSI/TIA T1.403 and AT&T 54016 ESF reporting on Facility Data Link

• AT&T 62411 (Stratum 4 enhanced T1 CPE)

Physical:

• Dimensions:

- 1.75 in. (H) x 17 in. (W) x 17.75 in. (D)

- 4.45 cm (H) x 43.18 cm (W) x 45.09 cm (D)

• Weight: 14.5 lbs. (6.6 kg) fully loaded

• Rackmount: 19 in. (48.26 cm) or 23 in. (58.42 cm) 24 Access Bank IIs can be mounted in a standard 23 in. (58.42 cm) 7 ft. (2.13 m) equipment rack

Environment:

• Normal operating temperature: 32° to 122°F (0° to 50°C)

• Solid-state over-temperature protection prevents damage to the unit

• Relative humidity (non-condensing) range: 0% to 95%

Accessories:

• Optional 120 VAC to –48 VDC power converter/battery charger unit

• Customer Premise Equipment Battery backup unit for up to eight hours of uninterrupted power protection

• Flush wall mount, desktop or 19-inch rack mount (multi-function brackets included)

• Optional tri-mount bracket for wall mounting of three Access Banks and power converters

 

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