Moog Inc. Datasheets for Network Modems

Network modems (modulators-demodulators) are devices or programs that allow computers to transmit data over telephone lines. They convert digital computer data to analog sound waves and then demodulate the carrier signals to decode the transmitted information.
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Product Name Notes
Fiber Optic Modem Rack Mount Systems Moog tactical fiber optic modems can be integrated into an LRU system utilizing our 3U 19-inch rack with integrated power supplies. This allows the users to select a set of...
Euro Fiber Optic Modem E1/16 Singlemode The 108600 is a rugged, lightweight transmission unit for EuroCom networks that converts digital signals from EuroCom A/B to EuroCom C and visa versa. It is used when the distance...
Subsea Qualified Hybrid Modem -- 922-DSL The Model 922-DSL Hybrid Modem is a part of Focal’s Subsea Oil-Field Communications (SOC) product line providing long range copper links using industry leading Digital Subscriber Loop (DSL) technology. It...
Multi-Channel Fiber Optic Modems The multi-channel Fiber Optic Modem (FOM) is available in E1 (ITU 9.703) and EuroCom D/1 interface B. They accept multiple electrical inputs which are multiplexed and converted to a single...
Single Channel Fiber Optic Modems The single channel Fiber Optic Modem (FOM) is currently available in four standards based communications interfaces: standard NRZ, conditioned diphase, DS3, MD1272 / G and IP (internet protocol). These modems...