AM Communications, Inc. Announces Transponder for ADC ISX Node.
QUAKERTOWN, Pa.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--May 3, 2001
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AMCM Advanced Mine Countermeasures ) announced today the availability of its Model 9186 transponder A receiver/transmitter on a communications satellite. It receives a microwave signal from earth (uplink), amplifies it and retransmits it back to earth at a different frequency (downlink). A satellite has several transponders. for ADC (1) See A/D converter.
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The 9186 is based on AM's unique FlexStat(TM) technology core. The FlexStat core allows AM to configure transponders such as the 9186 according to the customer's price and feature requirements. Transponders equipped with FlexStat III technology feature wide-range frequency agility and upgradeability to forthcoming HMS HMS
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The 9186 is designed specifically for the ADC ISX series of optical nodes. The unit measures and monitors critical station parameters such as forward and return RF levels, DC power supply voltage, AC voltage on each port, optical power levels, transmitter laser bias, and cover tamper. In addition, the transponder displays station inventory information from the EEPROM (Electrically Erasable Programmable ROM) A rewritable memory chip that holds its content without power. Although EEPROMs spawned flash memory, EEPROMs are byte addressable at the write level, whereas flash chips must erase a block of bytes before rewriting. in each ISX module.
The 9186 transponder also allows control of various ISX switches, including return switches, optical transmitter on/off, reference tone generator on/off, and redundancy switching.
Joe Rocci, VP and GM of AM's Broadband Products Division commented: "The new 9186 transponder is the latest in a series of new monitoring devices and interfaces developed by AM Communications. Our portfolio of broadband HFC 1. (networking) HFC - Hybrid Fiber Coax.
2. (hardware) HFC - hydrofluorocarbon. monitoring solutions now includes well over 200 types and brands of network equipment. The 9186 transponder is part of a broad family of monitoring solutions we provide for ADC equipment."
AM Communications, Inc. located in Quakertown, Pennsylvania is the broadband industry's leading provider of open systems for outside plant, headend and hub network management solutions. AM's solutions provide operators with greater control over their network's performance levels and reliability, giving them a competitive edge in today's deregulated communications environment.
Through partnerships, AM Communications has emerged as a true open systems company capable of supporting multi-vendor networks through cooperative engineering. Registered under ISO- iso- or is-
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