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and
Converters and Connectivity
RAD’s packet switching family includes packet assemblers/
disassemblers (PADs) and multiprotocol packet switches.
All are designed to the latest ITU specifications and ANSI
recommendations. They support various protocols,
including HDLC, async, SLIP, PPP, IP, and ISDN. The
products can be used to transport Frame Relay and X.25
over IP or to construct high performance, private X.25/
Frame Relay networks or efficient extensions of public
X.25/Frame Relay networks. In addition, RAD offers a wide
range of interchangeable interfaces, such as built-in CSU/
DSUs and ISDN BRI terminal adapters.
GPRS connectivity
For backup and special access purposes, the async
channel can connect to a GPRS modem to transmit data
where wire lines are not available, or for backup purposes.
Remote Ethernet connectivity
RAD’s remote connectivity solutions offer a range of
products that provide users with the desired transparent
connectivity and their corporate network managers with
the flexibility to choose the WAN services, port quantities
and security features that best suit their applications.
Management over extended Ethernet and IP
networks
Management of networking devices over increasingly
complex, heterogeneous environments has created
challenges for carriers and corporate network managers,
as well as for vendors of communications equipment.
RAD’s unique combination of routing technology and
modem and E1/T1 technologies provides comprehensive
support of Ethernet and IP to answer customers’ remote
management needs. Plugging devices such as the
TinyBridge into the Ethernet management port of any
network device, for example, allows immediate remote
management access over any available WAN service. This
enables transparent management of the remote
networking device, as if it were connected to the local
network.
C o n n ec t i v i t y
Many IT users still work in an environment using legacy equipment typically
characterized by lower speed data rates and specialized data communications
protocols. RAD is one of the few vendors in the market today offering connectivity
products for these devices.
Data solutions for Frame Relay and X.25 networks
C o n v er t ers
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Rate and interface converters
RAD’s wide range of converters provides conversion
between different interfaces. Depending on the
application, the conversion may involve one or more of
the following:
• Electrical: converting the signal levels
• Physical: providing a different connector type
• Functional: converting the functional operation of
the signals
• Speed: converting from one data rate to another
Fiber optic distance and bandwidth
Distance and bandwidth are determined by fiber type and
light source.
Fiber type – There are two types of fiber optic strands:
multimode and single mode. Multimode fiber allows
propagation of light along various paths, resulting in high
attenuation, while single mode fiber allows a single
transmission path, which results in lower attenuation and
higher speeds.
Light source – Signal attenuation in fiber optics also
depends on wavelength. Low attenuation occurs at three
different wavelengths: 850 nm, 1310 nm and 1550 nm.
RAD's fiber converters support connectivity over these
different fiber types and light sources.
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RIC-E1, RIC-T1
T D M
C ONV ERTERS
E1 or T1 Interface Converters
•
Converts between V.35, X.21, V.36, RS-530, or Ethernet or Fast Ethernet
bridge to unframed E1 or T1 interfaces
•
2.048 Mbps bit rate in E1 and
1.544 Mbps in T1
•
Available as standalone units or as
cards for the ASM-MN-214 rack
•
Receive, internal and external clocking
options
•
AC or DC power supply
VLAN capabilities
When equipped with an Ethernet interface,
RIC-E1 and RIC-T1 transparently connect remote
LANs and VLANs over unframed E1/T1 links,
utilizing the full E1/T1 bandwidth. All of the
above mentioned interfaces are easily
interchangeable thanks to the modular design.
Operating full duplex at a rate of 2.048 Mbps or
1.544 Mbps, respectively, the RIC-E1 and RIC-T1
have a range of 300 meters (1,000 ft) from the
G.703 equipment. They perform a diagnostic
loop test in compliance with ITU V.54 standard
(loop 3) local analog loop (LLB). The bridge
loops are activated by the DTE interface or by a
strap jumper on the PCB.
The RIC-E1 and RIC-T1 support receive, external
and internal clocking options from G.703
equipment.
The products are available as standalone units
in lightweight enclosures, or as cards for the
ASM-MN-214 rack. The ASM-MN-214 can hold
up to 14 hot-swappable converter cards,
allowing mixing and matching any combination
of card types.
For latest updates visit www.rad.com
Central Office/POP
The RIC-E1 and RIC-T1 offer conversion between
E1 or T1 interfaces and standard data
communications interfaces. The units convert the
ITU-T G.703 E1 2.048 Mbps and T1
1.544 Mbps interfaces to V.35, X.21, V.36,
RS-530, Fast Ethernet, or Ethernet bridge.
IP
Network
E1/
T1
10/100BT
Router
V.35
Remote Site
ASM-MN-214
with RIC-E1R
or RIC-T1R
SDH/
SONET
ADM
E1/
T1
ADM
10/100BT
RIC-E1 or V.35/X.21
RIC-T1
Switch/
router
SPD-703-1
G.703 Codirectional Rate and Interface Converter
•
Interface conversion between G.703
(64 kbps) and V.35, V.36/RS-422,
RS-530, or X.21
The SPD-703-1 rate and interface converter
transfers between the G.703 interface and
other data communications interfaces.
the V.52 standard that provides fault isolation
capability with the activation and monitoring
performed via the front panel.
•
Selectable data rates: 48, 56 or 64 kbps
•
Selectable transmit timing source
•
Analog and digital loopback
The SPD-703-1 codirectional converter converts
the ITU G.703 64 kbps codirectional interface to
V.35, V.36/V.11, X.21/V.11, RS-530 or V.24.
V.54 diagnostic capabilities provide local analog,
local digital and remote digital loopbacks. These
may be activated from the front panel or via the
interface control signal.
•
56 kbps to 64 kbps rate conversion complies with V.110
Operating full duplex at a transmission rate of
64 kbps, the SPD-703-1 has a range of
800 meters (0.5 miles) from the G.703
equipment. It has a built-in BERT complying with
The SPD-703-1 is available as a standalone unit
that can be mounted in a 19-inch rack, or as a
card for the ASM-MN-214 rack.
For latest updates visit www.rad.com
V.35
Router
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codirectional
64 kbps
V.35
PCM
Network
SPD-703-1
Channel
bank
SPD-703-1
Channel
bank
Router
RSD-1, RSD-10
4, 8-Channel Programmable Sharing Devices
The main channel broadcasts information to all
subchannels in parallel. Subchannels contend to
transmit to the main channel by activating RTS/
DCD or by data transitions.
The devices can be configured to automatically
disable any channel that stays active for longer
than a preset time and blocks all other
subchannels.
Permanent disabling of a subchannel is possible
by setting the front panel switches.
Installation and configuration of the RSD units
are easy. All necessary crossover connections
are defined internally via a DCE/DTE switch, and
only straight-through cables are used to connect
the modems or terminals to the RSD-1 and
RSD-10. The interfaces are RS-232/V.24 and the
connectors are 25-pin D-type, female.
•
RSD-1: four subchannels; RSD-10: eight
subchannels
•
Any combination of modems (DCEs) and
terminals (DTEs)
•
Sync or async, data rates up to
19.2 kbps
•
RS-232/V.24 interface
•
Automatic disabling of streaming
subchannel
•
Operates with dial-up or leased line
modems
•
Internal or external clocks
For latest updates visit www.rad.com
Modem
19.2 kbps
Modem
4/8 channels
Modem
Modem
RSD-1/RSD-10
BE-1
S H A RI N G D E V I C E s / M I N I AT U RE C O N V E RT E RS
The RSD digital sharing devices enable any
combination of DCEs and/or DTEs to share a
modem, multiplexer or computer port in a
multipoint environment. RSD-1 supports up to
four DCEs/DTEs; RSD-10 supports up to eight.
They are completely transparent to the system
and the data, and operate with sync or async
equipment. The units generate timing signals
internally or operate with external clocks, either
from the main channel or from subchannel 1.
Coax-to-Twisted Pair Converter (Balun) for E1
The BE-1 coax-to-twisted pair converter (balun)
enables any E1 equipment with an unbalanced
(coax) interface to operate over a twisted pair
connection instead of over more expensive coax
cables.
The BE-1 is a miniature, lightweight balun that
operates without AC or DC power and provides
insulation of up to 100V.
The BE-1 enables any E1 or ISDN equipment
with a balanced twisted pair interface to use
existing coaxial cables.
•
Conversion between coax cables and twisted pairs for E1 G.703 applications
(2.048 Mbps)
•
Miniature, lightweight balun
•
No AC or DC power required
•
Immediate installation
•
Not sensitive to the direction of the
signals
For latest updates visit www.rad.com
PBX
BNC
BNC
E1
4-wire
BE-1
Twisted pairs
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Multiprotocol Fast Packet Switch
•
Eight-port multiprotocol FRAD and
packet switch
•
Two optional built-in Ethernet ports
•
Protocols supported: Frame Relay, X.25,
ISDN, HDLC, SLIP, PPP, MLPPP, RIP,
RIP-2, async
•
IP support
– IP routing
– Standard IP encapsulation over Frame
Relay (RFC 1490), X.25 (RFC 1356) or
Ethernet
•
Unique support of legacy services
(i.e., X.25, FR) over IP networks
•
Transparent bridging
•
Dynamic bandwidth allocation
•
Data prioritization
•
Automatic backup facility
•
Telnet (client and server) support
•
X.25/Frame Relay multicasting
The FPS-8 is a Frame Relay/X.25 switch suitable
for headquarters and central sites requiring high
throughput. Each port can be configured to one
of several protocols: Frame Relay, X.25, RIP,
RIP-2, PPP, MLPPP, HDLC, SLIP, or async.
The built-in management agent enables
configuration, compilation of statistics and status
reports, and diagnostics. The management agent
can be accessed from any location in the
network. It can be programmed to transmit this
information as a result of an alarm event.
The FPS-8 can perform packet switching
between different applications, such as X.25 to
X.25; X.25 to Frame Relay; Frame Relay to Frame
Relay; and SLIP to SLIP. It can also encapsulate
various protocols over Frame Relay and X.25.
SNMP management support via RADview
The SNMP agent enables management by the
RADview graphical user interface on a PC or
HP OpenView UNIX station, allowing the
products to be configured and controlled via the
X.25/Frame Relay network.
Legacy data over IP
The FPS-8 can also offer a unique solution for
transmitting legacy data over high speed IP
networks by encapsulating the data into IP
packets.
Link interfaces are modular and can be ordered
for RS-232/V.24, V.35, RS-530, X.21, V.36, or
Ethernet. Each interface is switch-selectable for
DCE or DTE. Both the protocol and the interface
can be independently selected on any port.
Each of the eight sync ports operates at data
rates up to 2 Mbps. The FPS provides
throughput of more than 3,000 pps in Frame
Relay.
The FPS-8 offers optional support for ISDN BRI
interface.
For latest updates visit www.rad.com
IP,
Frame Relay,
X.25
Headquarters
FPS-8
SPS-3S
Server
Ethernet
LAN
Host
PSTN/ISDN
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SPS-3S, SPS-6, SPS-12
Multiprotocol Packet Switches
The SPS-3S, SPS-6 and SPS-12 can perform
packet switching between different applications,
such as X.25 to X.25; X.25 to Frame Relay;
Frame Relay to Frame Relay; and SLIP to SLIP.
They can also encapsulate various protocols
over Frame Relay and X.25.
Legacy data over IP
In addition, the SPS products offer a unique
solution for transmitting legacy data over high
speed IP networks by encapsulating the data
into IP packets.
The built-in management agent enables
configuration, compilation of statistics and status
reports, and diagnostics. The management agent
can be accessed from any location in the
network. It can be programmed to transmit this
information as the result of an alarm event.
The SNMP agent enables management by the
RADview graphical user interface on a PC or
HP OpenView UNIX station, permitting the
products to be configured and controlled via the
X.25/Frame Relay network.
Link interfaces are modular and can be ordered
for RS-232/V.24, V.35, RS-530, X.21, V.36, as
well as ISDN S and U interfaces. Each interface
is switch-selectable for DCE or DTE. Both the
protocol and the interface can be independently
selected on any port.
•
Three, six or 12-port multiprotocol FRAD
and packet switch
•
Protocols supported: Frame Relay, X.25,
ISDN, SDLC, HDLC, MLPPP, RIP, RIP-2,
SLIP, PPP, async, Ethernet
•
IP support
– IP routing
– Standard IP encapsulation over Frame
Relay (RFC 1490), X.25 (RFC 1356) or
Ethernet
•
Unique support of legacy services
(i.e., X.25, FR) over IP networks
•
Transparent bridging
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The products support an aggregate data rate on
three links of up to 2 Mbps. In addition, the
products feature a wide range of interfaces,
including CSU/DSU and Ethernet.
Management capabilities
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The SPS-3S, SPS-6 and SPS-12 are high
performance Frame Relay/X.25 multiprotocol
switches. Each port can be configured to one of
several protocols: Frame Relay, X.25, ISDN, RIP,
RIP-2, PPP, MLPPP, SDLC, HDLC, SLIP, async, or
Ethernet.
For latest updates visit www.rad.com
SPS-3S, SPS-6 and SPS-12 are 1U high,
standalone units. The SPS-3S is half 19-inch
and SPS-6 and SPS-12 are 19-inch units.
The units perform dynamic bandwidth allocation
and data prioritization for optimal network
results.
Headquarters
Headquarters
X.25
X.25
Clients
SPS-6/12
IP,
Frame Relay
or
X.25
Network
SPS-6/12
IP,
Frame Relay
Backup
or
X.25
Network
X.25
FPS-8
X.25
FPS-8
PSTN/ISDN
Backup
Clients
Server
Server
PSTN/ISDN
SPS-6 or SPS-12 used to consolidate X.25 and IP for medium-sized branch office
Frame
Relay
IP/Frame Relay
IP/X.25
SPS-3S
X.25
Network
IP transport from X.25 to a Frame Relay network
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Multiprotocol Packet Switch
•
•
Bank Headquarters
Unique support of legacy services
over IP networks
Supports Frame Relay, X.25, ISDN,
HDLC, MLPPP, RIP, RIP-2, SLIP, PPP,
async, Ethernet
SPS/FPS
One or two synchronous data links
•
One asynchronous data link supporting
packet switching over a cellular GPRS network
•
Standard IP encapsulation over Frame
Relay (RFC 1490), X.25 (RFC 1356) or Ethernet
Transparent bridging
•
Dynamic bandwidth allocation
•
Automatic backup capability
•
Telnet (client and server) support
X.25/
Frame Relay
Network
Main
X.25
SPS-4
Host
•
•
Main
X.25
Backup
The SPS-4 is a flexible, compact switch, providing
multiprotocol connectivity for transporting data
from X.25 and Frame Relay equipment over newer
xDSL, E1/T1 and IP networks. SPS-4 provides up to
three sync/async links that can be independently
configured to one of several protocols: Frame
Relay, X.25, ISDN, RIP, RIP-2, PPP, MLPPP, HDLC,
SLIP, or async.
Backup
Connection of ATMs (Automatic Teller Machines) to bank headquarters
over a Frame Relay network with backup over GPRS
Connects legacy equipment to modern
networks
For latest updates visit www.rad.com
GPRS
Network
Cash machine
SPS-4 performs packet switching between
different applications, such as X.25 to X.25;
X.25 to Frame Relay; Frame Relay to Frame
Relay; and SLIP to SLIP. It can also encapsulate
various protocols over Frame Relay and X.25.
The product is ideal for banks, hospitals,
universities, or other organizations with a large
installed base of legacy equipment that needs
to be connected over more modern networks.
Radio backup link for mission-critical
applications
SPS-4’s single RS-232/V.24 asynchronous data
port can support GPRS packet streams so that it
can be utilized as a radio backup link for critical
link applications. Switching to the backup link
occurs automatically upon detection of main link
failure. After the network recovery, the SPS-4
automatically synchronizes itself and returns
transmission to the main facility link.
The synchronous data links on the SPS-4 can be
ordered with V.24/RS-232, V.35, RS-530, X.21,
V.36 interface with DCE or DTE settings, or with
ISDN S or U interface options. This provides
connectivity for any device with a standard
network interface. For added flexibility, the
synchronous links can also be configured for
asynchronous operation.
Management options
The built-in management agent enables
configuration, compilation of statistics and status
reports, and diagnostics. The management agent
can be accessed from any location in the
network. It can be programmed to transmit this
information as the result of an alarm event.
Advanced FCAPS (Fault, Configuration,
Administration, Performance, Security) and
diagnostic tools are provided by RADview-EMS,
RAD’s carrier-class element management system,
via a Web browser.
The standalone SPS-4 is a compact, 1U-high,
half 19-inch wide unit.
Lottery Authority Main Office
ISDN
Network
X.25
Main
host
X.25
Backup
host
X.25
FPS-8
SPS-4
GPRS
Network
X.25 lottery machine connection and backup over multiple networks
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SPS-4X
Multiprotocol Packet Switch
X.25 and XOT connectivity
The SPS-4X provides extended X.25 support,
including permanent virtual circuits (PVCs),
switched virtual circuits (SVCs) and multicasting,
as well as dial-up X.25 links.
In addition, the device allows X.25 traffic to be
carried over TCP/IP connections using the XOT
standard, supporting up to 16 simultaneous XOT
sessions over an IP network and ensuring thirdparty interoperability.
Each of the device’s ports can be configured to
operate in transparent HDLC mode for
connecting bridges, routers and other HDLC
communication devices. This is achieved by
encapsulating the HDLC protocol over X.25,
Frame Relay or HDLCoPSN pseudowire
connections.
As a Frame Relay switch, the SPS-4X integrates
traffic belonging to the same data link
connection from several sources into a single
port. It also supports BECN/FECN signaling, rate
limiting and traffic shaping to handle congestion
and ensure QoS.
Backup links for mission-critical
applications
The SPS-4X supports an asynchronous backup
channel over PSTN and GPRS networks. For
example, the device’s asynchronous RS-232/
V.24 data port can be utilized as a radio backup
link for mission-critical applications,
automatically activating upon detection of main
link failure. When the network recovers, the
SPS-4X automatically synchronizes itself and
switches transmission back to the main facility
link.
•
Delivers Frame Relay, X.25 and HDLC
over packet switched networks
•
Three synchronous/asynchronous data
ports
•
Two 10/100BaseT Fast Ethernet ports
•
Supports HDLCoPSN with up to 300
simultaneous PWE sessions
•
Standard XOT encapsulation per IETF
RFC 1613
•
High performance CPU: 10,000 pps
•
Dedicated GPRS backup channel
•
Routing and bridging capabilities
•
Cost-effective, single-box solution for
central and remote sites
•
Local and remote management
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The SPS-4X employs pseudowire encapsulation
techniques, such as HDLCoPSN, to ensure
transparent data delivery between remote and
central locations. It provides up to three sync/
async links that can be independently
configured to deliver one of several protocols:
Frame Relay, X.25, ISDN, RIP, RIP-2, PPP, MLPPP,
HDLC, or async.
HDLC and Frame Relay connectivity
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The SPS-4X is a multiprotocol packet switch,
providing X.25, Frame Relay and HDLC data
connectivity across packet switched networks.
The SPS-4X is therefore ideal for hospitals,
universities, or other organizations with
distributed locations and a large installed base
of legacy equipment that needs to be
connected over next-generation networks to
reduce costs associated with network
connectivity and operations. The device also
enables seamless multi-site integration in the
military, banking, gaming, PoS, utilities, and
transportation sectors.
For latest updates visit www.rad.com
The standalone SPS-4X is a compact, 1U-high,
half 19-inch wide unit, with a wide range of
AC/DC power supply options.
UTP
IP
Network
UTP
Remote Branch
Headquarters/
Regional Office
X.25/FR/
HDLC
Synchronous
SPS-4X
Backup
FR/X.25
Network
GPRS/ISDN/
PSTN
Network
Synchronous
SPS-4X
LAN
UTP
Backup
Multiprotocol connectivity and backup between headquarters and a remote branch
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Miniature Multiprotocol Packet Switch
•
Three-port miniature multiprotocol
packet switch
•
Miniature protocol converter for Frame
Relay, X.25, HDLC, SLIP, async
•
Interfaces: V.24/RS-232
SPS-3
Frame Relay
Cash
machine
Bank
Backup
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For latest updates visit www.rad.com
The SPS-3 is a miniature protocol converter and
multiprotocol packet switch, offering users Frame
Relay or X.25 connectivity. The three-port
miniature packet switch is a converter for Frame
Relay, X.25, HDLC, SLIP, and async. RAD's SPS-3
miniature multiprotocol packet switch enables
small remote branch offices easy connectivity to
Frame Relay and X.25 networks. The product
provides IP support via IP routing and standard IP
encapsulation over Frame Relay.
PSTN
Typical applications include encapsulation of
Typical applications include:
• Encapsulating IP/SLIP over a Frame Relay
IP/SLIP over Frame Relay, transport of HDLC over
Frame Relay, or X.25 to Frame Relay conversion.
network using standard encapsulation
The SPS-3 supports a data rate of up to 64 kbps
RFC 1490 or RFC 1356
per multiprotocol link. The SPS-3 features X.25
• Transparent encapsulation of HDLC over a
multicasting and automatic backup. The SPS-3
Frame Relay or X.25 network
requires an external power supply. SNMP
• Encapsulation of X.25 to X.25 over Frame
management is provided for the SPS-3 by
Relay2 Mbps
IP,
2 Mbps
Frame Relay
HDLC
HDLC
RADview.
Bridge/router
or X.25
Network
SPS-2HS
SPS-2HS
Bridge/router
APS-8, APS-16, APS-24
8, 16, 24-Channel Multiprotocol FRADs/PADs and Switches
•
FRAD/X.25 PAD with eight, 16 or 24
async channels
•
Protocols supported: Frame Relay, X.25,
ISDN, RIP, RIP-2, HDLC, SLIP, MLPPP, PPP,
async, Ethernet
•
Standard IP encapsulation over Frame
Relay (RFC 1490), X.25 (RFC 1356) or
Ethernet
Ethernet
Backup
APS-8
ISDN or
PSTN
Network
Frame Relay
or X.25
Network
•Wide
range of interfaces including CSU/DSU
For latest updates visit www.rad.com
The APS-8, APS-16 and APS-24 are high
performance FRADs/X.25 PADs for access to Frame
Relay or X.25 networks. All async channels can
operate according to X.3, X.28 and X.29 profiles.
Async traffic can be packetized directly over the
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Frame Relay network, or packetized over the
X.25 protocol and encapsulated over a Frame
Relay network.
The APS is ideal where a large number of async
channels is required; in a heterogeneous
environment combining async traffic and
synchronous or LAN traffic; and in applications
that require backup, bandwidth-on-demand or
dial-in. The units support X.25/Frame Relay
multicasting.
Legacy data over IP
The APS products also offer a unique solution
for transmitting legacy data over high speed IP
networks by encapsulating the data into IP
packets. It also enables secure migration from a
terminal/host environment to a distributed
client/server environment.
The units are provided with an integrated ISDN
terminal adapter.
APD-8
8-Channel FRAD/X.25 PAD
•
IP encapsulation over Frame Relay
(RFC 1490) or X.25 (RFC 1356) networks
•
Synchronous link interfaces:
V.24/RS-232, V.35, X.21, RS-530, and V.36
•
Can operate as a terminal server
For latest updates visit www.rad.com
The APD-8 is a FRAD/X.25 PAD that connects up
to eight async channels to Frame Relay or X.25
networks.
The unit is provided with an integrated ISDN
terminal adapter.
The APD-8 offers a synchronous link data rate
up to 2 Mbps. The async channel data rate is up
to 115.2 kbps.
All channels are configured and monitored by
the management agent of the APD-8. All async
channels operate according to X.3, X.28 and
X.29 profiles or SLIP protocol. Async traffic can
be packetized directly over a Frame Relay
network, or packetized via X.25 protocol and
encapsulated over a Frame Relay network.
configuration and compilation of statistics, status
reports and diagnostics. The units incorporate an
SNMP agent, enabling management by RADview
on a PC or HP OpenView station.
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APD-8
Eight-channel async FRAD/PAD with a
single synchronous Frame Relay or X.25
link
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X.25
or
Frame
Relay
•
The APD-8 is available as a standalone unit,
measuring 1U in height. Two units can be
mounted side-by-side in a 19-inch rack.
The built-in management agent enables system
APD-2HS
Miniature FRAD/X.25 PAD
V.35
APD-2HS
X.25 or
Frame Relay
Network
Async
The APD-2HS is a FRAD/X.25 PAD that connects
two async channels to Frame Relay or X.25
networks.
Both channels are configured and monitored by
the management agent of the APD-2HS. The
async channels operate according to X.3, X.28
and X.29 profiles or SLIP protocol. Async traffic
can be packetized directly over a Frame Relay
network, or packetized via X.25 protocol and
encapsulated over a Frame Relay network.
The built-in management agent enables system
configuration and compilation of statistics,
status reports and diagnostics. The unit
incorporates an SNMP agent, enabling
management by RADview on a PC or
HP OpenView station.
•
Two-channel async FRAD/PAD with a
single synchronous Frame Relay or X.25
link
•
IP encapsulation over Frame Relay
(RFC 1490) or X.25 (RFC 1356) networks
•
SNMP management support via RADview
•
Synchronous link data rate up to
256 kbps
•
Async channel data rate up to 115.2 kbps
•
Synchronous link interfaces: V.24/RS-232, V.35
For latest updates visit www.rad.com
The product is available in a miniature case with
a 25-pin D-type connector for the link and two
RJ-45 connectors for the DTEs. It requires an
external power supply.
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SFP Transceivers
sfp
transceivers
Small Form-Factor Pluggable Transceivers
•
Fiber optic or electrical transceiver
units, providing pluggable interfaces
according to known standards and
specifications
•
MSA (Multisource Agreement)
compliance
•
Fast Ethernet to E1/T1 or E3/T3 remote
bridges, connecting Fast Ethernet LANs
over E1/T1 or E3/T3 links
•
TDM pseudowire gateways
For latest updates visit www.rad.com
SFP (small form-factor pluggable) transceivers
(SFPs) are hot-swappable input/output optical
and electrical transceiver units, each providing a
different interface according to known compliance
standards and pre-determined specifications. The
units are plugged into other products to provide
the required interface, thus enabling optimal
combination of CapEx reduction, ease of network
planning and stock flexibility.
On account of their small size, SFPs allow
higher port densities than with other
transceivers, resulting in more efficient host
device design.
Note: It is strongly recommended to order RAD
devices with original RAD SFPs installed. This will
ensure that prior to shipping, RAD has performed
comprehensive functional quality tests on the entire
assembled unit, including the SFP devices. RAD
cannot guarantee full compliance to product
specifications for units using non-RAD SFPs. For
detailed specifications of the SFP transceivers, see
the SFP transceivers data sheet.
RAD's SFP transceivers are fully compliant with
the Multisource Agreement (MSA) specifications,
and are fully interoperable with third-party
standards-based devices.
Electrical Interface Characteristics
Notes:
Ordering Name,
Standard
Cable Type
Impedance
Interface, Connector [Ω]
194
Typical Max. Range
(Attenuation)
[m]
[ft]
SFP-9F
Fast Ethernet, RJ-45
100BaseT, IEEE 802.3
UTP, cat. 5
100
100
328
SFP-9G
Gigabit Ethernet, RJ-45
1000BaseT, IEEE 802.3 UTP, cat. 5
100
100
328
SFP-11
G.703
Coaxial
75
STM-1E, mini BNC, DIN 1.0/2.3
135
442
(12.7 dB)**
SFP-12
G.703
Coaxial
75
E3, SMB
135
(12.7 dB)**
442
SFP-E1T1/GbE***
Gigabit Ethernet, E1/T1,
remote bridge, RJ-45
1000Base-x, IEEE 802.3 (GbE), G.703 (E1/T1)
UTP, cat. 5
(AWG-22)
120/100
2550/1829
8202/6000
SFP-E1T1/FE***
Fast Ethernet, E1/T1,
remote bridge, RJ-45
SFP-E3T3/FE***
Fast Ethernet, E3/T3, remote bridge, SMB
SFP-E3T3/GbE***
Gigabit Ethernet, E3/T3,
remote bridge, SMB
100BaseFX, IEEE 802.3 (Fast
Ethernet), G.703
(E1/T1)
UTP, cat. 5
(AWG-22)
120/100
2550/1829
8202/6000
100BaseFX, IEEE 802.3 (Fast
Ethernet), G.703
(E3/T3)
Coaxial
(RG59)
75
275
900
1000Base-x,
IEEE 802.3, (GbE),
G.703 (E3/T3)
Coaxial
(RG59)
75
275
900
SFP-PWE1T1***
TDM to Ethernet-
pseudowire gateway
100BaseFX,
IEEE 802.3 (FE),
G.703 (E1/T1)
UTP, cat.5
120/100
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With SFP-11 and SFP-12,
135m range is attainable
when using RG59 B/U (at
78 MHz, in accordance
with the square root of
frequency law).
***These
SFPs are designed
to work with RAD
products only. An internal
mechanism in these SFP
units checks whether the
hosting device is a RAD
product.
Notes:
D DDM internal calibration
H Industrial SFP temperature
range –40° to 85°C
Typical Max.
Range
[km]
[miles]
SFP-5/5D/5H/5DH
Gigabit Ethernet, LC
850, 50/125 multimode
1000BaseSX, VCSEL
IEEE 802.3 (GbE)
-17
0
-9.5
0
0.55
0.3
SFP-6/6D/6H
Gigabit Ethernet, LC
1310, 9/125
single mode
1000BaseLX10, IEEE 802.3 (GbE)
Laser
-20
-3
-9.5
-3
10
6.2
SFP-7/7D
Gigabit Ethernet, LC
1550, 9/125
–
single mode
Laser
-22
-3
0
+5
80
49.7
SFP-8/8D/8H/8DH
Gigabit Ethernet, LC
1310, 9/125
single mode
–
Laser
-21
-3
-4
+4
40
24.8
SFP-17a/17b
Gigabit Ethernet, LC
TX – 1310/1490
RX – 1490/1310
9/125 single mode
(single fiber)
1000BaseBX10,
IEEE 802.3 (GbE)
Laser (WDM)
-20
-3
-9
-3
10
6.2
SFP-20
Gigabit Ethernet, LC
1550, 9/125
–
single mode
Laser
-32
-3
0
+5
120
74.5
SFP-21a/21b
Gigabit Ethernet, LC
TX – 1310/1490
–
RX – 1490/1310
9/125 single mode
(single fiber)
Laser (WDM)
-24
-3
-5
0
40
24.8
SFP-22a/22b
Gigabit Ethernet, LC
TX – 1490/1570
–
RX – 1570/1490
9/125 single mode
(single fiber)
Laser (WDM)
-24
-3
0
+5
80
49.7
SFP-23a/23b
Gigabit Ethernet, LC
TX – 1310/1550
RX – 1550/1310
9/125 single mode
(single fiber)
–
Laser (WDM)
-24
-3
-5
0
40
24.8
SFP-24
Fast Ethernet/STM-1, LC
850, 50/125
multimode
–
VCSEL
-25
-2
-10
-4
2
1.2
SFP-47DH
Gigabit Ethernet, LC, DDM, internal
calibration, extended temperature range
-20˚ to 85˚ C (-4˚ to 185˚ F)
1470, 9/125
single mode
–
Laser (CWDM)
-24
-3
0
+5
80
49.7
SFP-49DH
Gigabit Ethernet, LC, DDM, internal
calibration, extended temperature range
-20˚ to 85˚ C (-4˚ to 185˚ F)
1490, 9/125
single mode
–
Laser (CWDM)
-24
-3
0
+5
80
49.7
SFP-51DH
Gigabit Ethernet, LC, DDM, internal
calibration, extended temperature range
-20˚ to 85˚ C (-4˚ to 185˚ F)
1510, 9/125
single mode
–
Laser (CWDM)
-24
-3
0
+5
80
49.7
SFP-55DH
Gigabit Ethernet, LC, DDM, internal
calibration, extended temperature range
-20˚ to 85˚ C (-4˚ to 185˚ F)
1530, 9/125
single mode
–
Laser (CWDM)
-24
-3
0
+5
80
49.7
SFP-57DH
Gigabit Ethernet, LC, DDM, internal
calibration, extended temperature range
-20˚ to 85˚ C (-4˚ to 185˚ F)
1550, 9/125
single mode
–
Laser (CWDM)
-24
-3
0
+6
80
49.7
SFP-59DH
Gigabit Ethernet, LC, DDM, internal calibration, extended temperature range
-20˚ to 85˚ C (-4˚ to 185˚ F)
1570, 9/125
single mode
–
Laser (CWDM)
-24
-3
0
+7
80
49.7
SFP-53DH
Gigabit Ethernet, LC, DDM, internal
calibration, extended temperature range
-20˚ to 85˚ C (-4˚ to 185˚ F)
1590, 9/125
single mode
–
Laser (CWDM)
-24
-3
0
+8
80
49.7
SFP-61DH
Gigabit Ethernet, LC, DDM, internal
calibration, extended temperature range
-20˚ to 85˚ C (-4˚ to 185˚ F)
1610, 9/125
single mode
Laser (CWDM)
-24
-3
0
+9
80
49.7
transceivers
Ordering Name,Wavelength,
Standard
Transmitter Type
Input Power
Output Power
Interface, Connector
Fiber Type
[dBm]
[dBm]
[nm], [mm]
(min)
(max)
(min)
(max)
sfp
Fiber Optic Gigabit Ethernet SFPs
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Fiber Optic Interface Characteristics
Ordering Name,Wavelength,
Standard
Transmitter Type
Input Power
Output Power
Interface, Connector
Fiber Type
[dBm]
[dBm]
[nm], [mm]
(min)
(max)
(min)
(max)
[km]
[miles]
SFP-1/1D
Fast Ethernet/STM-1, LC3
1310, 62.5/125
multimode
100BaseFX, IEEE 802.3 (FE),
ANSI T1 646-1995 (STM-1)
LED
-30
-14
-20
-14
2
1.2
SFP-2/2D/2H
Fast Ethernet/STM-1, LC
1310, 9/125
single mode
100BaseLX10, IEEE 802.3 (FE),
G.957 S1.1 (STM-1)
Laser
-28
-8
-15
-8
15
9.3
SFP-3/3D/3H
Fast Ethernet/STM-1, LC 1310, 9/125
single mode
G.957 L1.1 (STM-1)
Laser
-34
-10
-5
0
40
24.8
SFP-4/4D
Fast Ethernet/STM-1, LC
1550, 9/125
single mode
G.957 L1.2 (STM-1)
Laser
-34
-10
-5
0
80
49.7
SFP-10a/10b/10aD/10bD
Fast Ethernet/STM-1, LC
TX – 1310/1550
RX – 1550/1310
9/125 single mode
(single fiber)
100BaseBX10, IEEE 802.3 (FE),
G.957 (STM-1)
Laser
(WDM)
-28
-8
-14
-8
20
12.4
SFP-14D
STM-4, LC, DDM, internal calibration
1310, 62.5/125
–
multimode
Laser
-28
-14
-20
-14
0.5
0.3
SFP-15
STM-4, LC
1310, 9/125
single mode
G.957 S4.1
Laser
-28
-8
-15
-8
15
9.3
SFP-16
STM-4, LC
1550, 9/125
single mode
G.957 L4.2
Laser
-28
-8
-3
+2
80
49.7
SFP-18a/18b
Fast Ethernet/STM-1, LC
TX – 1310/1550
–
RX – 1550/1310
9/125 single mode
(single fiber)
Laser
(WDM)
-28
-8
-5
0
40
24.8
SFP-19a/19b
Fast Ethernet/STM-1, LC
TX – 1490/1570
–
RX – 1570/1490
9/125 single mode
(single fiber)
Laser
(WDM)
-30
-8
0
+5
80
49.7
Notes:
D DDM internal calibration
H Industrial SFP temperature
range –40° to 85°C
196
Typical Max.
Range
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