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Patton Electronics Co. Self-Powered Short Range Line Driver 1018 Series

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Features Async Data Rates from 1.2 to 57.6 kbps 2-Pair Distances to 2.4 Miles (3.9km)(24 AWG/.5mm @ all data rates) Passes Two Sets of Handshaking Signals: "Session Control" (DTR/DCD) and "Flow Control" (RTS/CTS) V.54 Loopback Tests and V.52 BERT Pattern Generator/Detector Easy-to-Read LED Status Indicators Plugs Directly into an RS-232 Port External AC Power Supply Transformer Isolated and Surge Protected Available in Rack Card Version Overview The Model 1018 async short range modem is able to pass two discrete sets of handshaking signals: DTR & DCD are used to control the point-to-point session, while RTS & CTS are used for flow control. This capability-combined with the Model 1018's ability to support RS-232 data rates up to 57.6 kbps over two twisted pair-makes the Model 1018 perfect for inexpensive campus Internet links. Just use a plug-in Model 1018 at each remote computer, a rack of Model 1018RC cards at the central site, and connect them with 2-pair copper wire at up to 2.4 miles (3.9km)!

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Self-Powered Short Range Line Driver - 1018 Series - Patton Electronics Co.
Gaithersburg, MD, USA
Self-Powered Short Range Line Driver
1018 Series
Self-Powered Short Range Line Driver 1018 Series
Features Async Data Rates from 1.2 to 57.6 kbps 2-Pair Distances to 2.4 Miles (3.9km)(24 AWG/.5mm @ all data rates) Passes Two Sets of Handshaking Signals: "Session Control" (DTR/DCD) and "Flow Control" (RTS/CTS) V.54 Loopback Tests and V.52 BERT Pattern Generator/Detector Easy-to-Read LED Status Indicators Plugs Directly into an RS-232 Port External AC Power Supply Transformer Isolated and Surge Protected Available in Rack Card Version Overview The Model 1018 async short range modem is able to pass two discrete sets of handshaking signals: DTR & DCD are used to control the point-to-point session, while RTS & CTS are used for flow control. This capability-combined with the Model 1018's ability to support RS-232 data rates up to 57.6 kbps over two twisted pair-makes the Model 1018 perfect for inexpensive campus Internet links. Just use a plug-in Model 1018 at each remote computer, a rack of Model 1018RC cards at the central site, and connect them with 2-pair copper wire at up to 2.4 miles (3.9km)!

Features

  • Async Data Rates from 1.2 to 57.6 kbps
  • 2-Pair Distances to 2.4 Miles (3.9km)(24 AWG/.5mm @ all data rates)
  • Passes Two Sets of Handshaking Signals: "Session Control" (DTR/DCD) and "Flow Control" (RTS/CTS)
  • V.54 Loopback Tests and V.52 BERT Pattern Generator/Detector
  • Easy-to-Read LED Status Indicators
  • Plugs Directly into an RS-232 Port
  • External AC Power Supply
  • Transformer Isolated and Surge Protected
  • Available in Rack Card Version

Overview
The Model 1018 async short range modem is able to pass two discrete sets of handshaking signals: DTR & DCD are used to control the point-to-point session, while RTS & CTS are used for flow control. This capability-combined with the Model 1018's ability to support RS-232 data rates up to 57.6 kbps over two twisted pair-makes the Model 1018 perfect for inexpensive campus Internet links. Just use a plug-in Model 1018 at each remote computer, a rack of Model 1018RC cards at the central site, and connect them with 2-pair copper wire at up to 2.4 miles (3.9km)!

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  Patton Electronics Co.
Product Category Line Drivers
Product Number 1018 Series
Product Name Self-Powered Short Range Line Driver
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