GL Communications, Inc. Datasheets for Network Equipment
Network equipment is used to split, switch, boost, or direct packets of information along a network. This product area includes network hubs, switches, routers, bridges, gateways, multiplexers, transceivers and firewalls. In addition to device type, network equipment is defined by protocol (e.g., Ethernet).
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|T1/E1 Single or Dual Multiport Repeater -- MPT00/MPE00||Multiport Repeaters are used to generate multiple identical T1/E1 outputs for each T1/E1 input, thus increasing the range of transmission of T1/E1 signals. A single/ dual Multiport Repeater can be...|
|STM-1 Mux and Traffic Capture/Analysis -- SME063/SME063d||STM-1 Mux is a cost-effective, compact (only 1U high), SDH (Synchronous Digital Hierarchy) multiplexer that is designed for applications in metro and access networks for efficient transport of traditional TDM...|
|Passive Ethernet Tap, PacketBroker -- PXE107||The PacketBroker is an optional application added to GL’s PacketExpert™ platforms, that allows the Ethernet test tool to be used as a highly precise non-intrusive Wirespeed Ethernet Tap with all...|
|T1/E1/J1 USB Controlled Switch -- SWT001||The T1 E1 J1 Switch can be used to control multiple T1/E1 lines to monitor, drop and insert, and perform intrusive and non-intrusive tests simultaneously. One can operate the switch...|