Verso / Verilink Miniplex 2N1
Universal Digital Channel Unit

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Verso / Verilink Miniplex

2-Channel Digital Subscriber Line for adding voice frequency access lines over existing copper

Verso / Verilink’s Miniplex 2N1 Universal Digital Channel (UDC) product helps telephone companies meet the growing demand for new access lines delivering plain old telephone service (POTS) without installing additional copper cable. The Miniplex 2N1 UDC uses standard 2B1Q digital encoding to carry two voice-grade analog circuits over an existing non-loaded cable pair. The system consists of a line card(s) housed in a Miniplex UDC central office terminal (COT) shelf equipped with a shelf power supply card and a remote terminal located at the subscriber site. The system is powered from the central office to avoid using batteries in the remote terminal (RT).

The Miniplex 2N1 UDC transports existing POTS lines while creating spare copper pairs in the congested feeder and distribution plant, minimizing rearrangement costs when existing facilities prove inadequate to meet line-growth demands.

Miniplex 2N1 UDCs are spectrum compatible with ISDN lines for economical and timely system upgrading. Also, the transmission quality improvement with Miniplex 2N1 UDCs makes them attractive for conveying low-speed digital data, such as modem and fax traffic, and for hosting electronic devices, such as recording machines.

The Miniplex NID remote terminal unit provides a sealed electronics package, station protection, and RJ-11 demarcation/customer wiring terminals in a standard six-line Siecor 7600 NI housing or six-line Keptel 4600XL housing. Miniplex DooRT remote terminal units replace the original doors of NI systems and convert these standard NI units to remote terminals. Miniplex SupeRT remote terminal units may be strand-, pole-, stake-, pedestal-, or wall-mounted for flexibility in installation.


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