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Telebyte enhances short haul modem.

Telebyte Enhances Short Haul Modem

Telebyte Technology, Inc. has announced significant enhancements to their 86 Series of short haul modems; that of doubling the data transmission speed and reducing operating power.

The 86 Series of short haul modems provides full duplex data communcations on a single pair of wires, or a single coaxial cable. These modems are designed to solve the connectivity problem in large office complexes and intra-building communcations for industrial applications. Their ability to operate in full duplex mode over a single pair of wires allows users to double the capacity of typical single data communications links using two twisted pairs, and at 19.2 KBS their performance is outstanding over distances up to 1,500 feet. 9,600 bps operation is supported over distances of 2,500 feet.

Each member of the Series 86 is equipped with a DTE/DCE switch to allow reversing pins 2 and 3 of the RS-232 connector. The modems are packaged in a miniature DB-25 connector hood and can be ordered with a male or female RS-232 connector. The 86T provides screw terminals for the two wire line while the 86P includes an RJ-11 modular connector. The 86C incorporates a coaxial connector to allow use of coax cable in place of the twisted pair.

Operating power for the 86 Series is derived from any available control pin of the RS-232 interface. The user must insure that at least one of the following pins is high: 4 (RTS), 5 (CTS), 6 (DSR), 8 (DCD), or 20 (DTR).

For more information, contact Telebyte Technology, Inc., 270 E. Pulaski Road, Greenlawn, NY 11740 (Phone 516/388-8080).

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Title Annotation:Telebyte Technology Inc.
Publication:Information Today
Date:Sep 1, 1988
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