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SFP VDSL Modem - TMRS-100 VDSL2 Small Form-Factor Pluggable Transceiver Module

by Tupavco
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UPC: 638362929501

As broadband access technology has evolved rapidly, Service Providers need to upgrade their broadband network service every few years. Traditionally, Service Providers have replaced the entire CPE device in order to provide subscribers with faster Internet services. Not only does it increase their CAPEX and OPEX but also wastes resources and increase inventories. Leveraging Tupavco TMRS-100 VDSL2 SFP series in Service Providers product portfolio will help them significantly reduced the software porting and testing effort and shorten their product time-to-market.

Tupavco TMRS-100 VDSL2 SFP modem realizes the modulation of VDSL2 broadband access. It can be integrated with routers, switches or residential gateways that are equipped with an SFP type of WAN interface. There's no more need for Service Providers to maintain more than one type of CPE device in the field or in the warehouse, moreover, this also can give them the possibility to future upgrade. Users can upgrade to any broadband access data rate easily only by plugging in a different type of WAN SFPs such as VDSL2 35b/ or optical TRx SFPs with the same internet box and user interface.

*ADSL2/ ADSL2+ backward compatibility is possible, but currently not guaranteed or officially supported across all DSLAM vendors.

-Support all VDSL2 standards defined in ITU-T G.993.2, G.994.1, G.997.1.
-MSA compliant hot pluggable electrical interface
-Support G.inp (G.998.4) and G.vector (G.993.5)
-Wide -20°C to 75°C temperature range
-ESD standards: Contact: +/-4KV Air:+/-8KV (EN 61000-4-2)
-Radiated RFI standards: Strenght: 10V/m (EN 61000-4-3)
-EFT/BURST standards: Power: 2KV signal: 1KV (EN 61000-4-4)
-Surge immunity standards: Power: 2KV Signal: 1KV (EN 61000-4-5)

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