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July 06, 2006

RAD Data Intros Optimux-34 Fiber Multiplexer for E1

Mae Kowalke, TMCnet Associate Editor

Communications access equipment manufacturer RAD Data Communications announced today its new Optimux-34 E3 fiber multiplexer (previous versions sold under the names Optimux-XLE1 and Optimux-XLT1).
Optimux-34 is a cost-effective yet robust product for transporting E1 links—it can handle up to 16 links over distances as big as 69 miles.

The Optimux-34
RAD Data said in a press release that the new product comes in two versions: one compatible with coax E3 and fiber-optic interfaces, the other compatible with optical interfaces (including singlemode fiber and long haul flavors of 1310 nm and 1550 nm).
Other features of Optimux-34 include:
  • Ability to transmit each E1 channel independently
  • LED status indicators
  • Ability to set E1 interface to 75 ? unbalanced or 120 ? balanced
  • AIS alarm control
  • Ability to perform diagnostics using ASCII terminal, Telnet host, Web terminal, SNMP management station (via Ethernet port) or dedicated management port (Ethernet or RS-232)
  • Available as a compact 1U unit for 19-inch rack mounting
The product optionally includes redundant power supply and secondary link.
For more information, see RAD Data’s product page for the Optimux-34.
Mae Kowalke previously wrote for Cleveland Magazine in Ohio and The Burlington Free Press in Vermont. To see more of her articles, please visit Mae Kowalke’s columnist page.

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