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ADC Network Card 3192 manual

Brand: ADC, product: ADC Network Card 3192

Type: Network Card

Total pages: 2, PDF manual size: 0.13 Mb


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SPEC SHEET
Soneplex
®
Quad Loop Extender 3192 Adapter
ADC’s Quad Loop Extender (QLX) 3192 shelf adapter is an adapter board that allows for an ADC
Soneplex QLX module to be plugged into an industry-standard 3192 office repeater shelf. The QLX
3192 shelf adapter also supports an optional ADC System Controller Unit (SCU) for system management
and craft port access. Using the QLX 3192 shelf adapter, an existing copper-based T1 repeater shelf
can be converted into a fiber optic transport platform, enabling simple, cost-effective transition of a
legacy network from copper to fiber without the need for expensive shelf upgrades, additional wiring or
installation costs.
The QLX module converts four multiplexed DS1 signals into an optical DS2 for delivery over single-mode
optical fibers. The optical DS2 is converted back to four DS1s at the customer premises. The QLX module
utilizes two fibers and is available with either an FC or SC type connector. The SCU provides optional
system management and craft port access. Together, the QLX 3192 shelf adapter, QLX module, and SCU
module comprise a circuit pack occupying four slots in the standard 3192 chassis. Up to seven circuit
packs can be used in the 3192 shelf supporting up to 28 DS1s per shelf. This solution is ideal for cellular
backhaul applications or tenant services within business parks or shopping centers.
Benefits
Convert legacy 3192 office repeater housing/shelves into a
cost-effective fiber optic transport platform
Capitalize on your investment of existing 3192 shelves and
wiring by simply replacing copper transport cards with QLX
circuit packs for fiber transport
Easy to use system management allows configuration,
remote provisioning and circuit visibility that simplifies
network management

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