Introducing the Tainet Jupiter 2560 IDSL modem.

Modem The Tainet Jupiter 2560 is an inexpensive desktop IDSL device that allows data transmission in synchronous or asynchronous mode. Jupiter 2560 is fully compatible with the ANSI T1.601 standard, uses the 2B1Q line signal encoding method and echo cancellation signal processing technology. Jupiter 2560 allows you to transmit data in full duplex mode over a 2-wire line at speeds from 9.6 to 128 kbit/s in synchronous mode or at speeds of 9.6, 19.2 and 38.4 kbit/s in asynchronous mode.

Jupiter 2560 can transmit data over a distance of up to 5.5 km via wires with a diameter of 0.4 mm or a distance of 7.8 km along wires with a diameter of 0.5 mm and has built -in diagnostic tools - analog loop, digital loop (local and remote), BER error coefficient test with a master generator and an error counter.

Jupiter 2560 is available in two versions: with built -in interfaces V.35, V.24/RS-232, RS-530, X.21/V.11 (which are selected using DIP switches) or with the G.703 interface.

The cost of modems is $330 with the V.35 interface and $360 with the G.703 interface, delivered from the Race Communications warehouse in Moscow or within 4-6 weeks.

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