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LineRunner SHDSL DTM

Flexible and robust SHDSL LT/NT Standalone Unit

You can use the LineRunner SHDSL DTM desktops as network termination (NT) for your subscriber. You can configure the SHDSL DTM flexibly as NT, or LT at the flick of a switch. As a result, SHDSL DTM is also available as LT unit for remote desktop-desktop paths. LineRunner SHDSL DTM is supplied with a G.703/G.704 user interface (120 ohms). You can easily fit the unit with another application interface using an optional pluggable module. A robust plastic housing (DTM) or a metal housing (DTM-M) are available. Optional assembly kits can assist in inserting the DTM-M in 19“ or ETSI racks.

LineRunner DTU

1 or 2 services via 1 or 2 copper pairs

You can use the LineRunner SHDSL DTU desktops as network termination (NT) for your subscriber. You can configure the SHDSL DTU flexibly as NT, or LT per software. As a result, SHDSL DTU is also available as LT unit for remote desktop-desktop paths. LineRunner SHDSL DTU comes with one or two application interfaces. In case of variants with two interfaces, parallel operation is possible. Thus, in 2 pair operation you can transmit 2 x 2 Mbps. 3 variants are available:

LineRunner SHDSL EFM

LineRunner SHDSL EFM - For professional SHDSL data transmission via the Ethernet protocol

LineRunner SHDSL EFM DTR is a CPE to connect business customer via symmetrical SHDSL lines. The CPE is developed for the connection to the line card SUSE1 of the IP-based Multi-Service Access Node MileGate or for single point-to-point connections. With EFM (Ethernet in the First Mile) the network operator now can use the same protocol from the centre up to the customer. This saves costs during introduction and operation.

LineRunner Scada NG

LineRunner SCADA NG Overview

LineRunner SCADA NG (SCADA: Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition is the broadband transmission system for reliable and cost-effective data transmission of up to 12 Mbps in telecontrol systems. LineRunner SCADA NG is a new generation multidrop-system. Data is exchanged over the SCADA network of up to 63 stations via a transmission medium.