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Evaluation Kit for the DS34S132

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Data Sheet Evaluation Kit for the DS34S132 May 19, 2011

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Key Features

  • Complete System: Motherboard and Daughter Cards in a Convenient 2.5 RU Enclosure
  • Menu-Driven ASCII Text User Interface Software
  • System Processor on a Separate Daughter Card
  • Ethernet PHYs, I/O Jacks, E1/T1 Transceivers, and Clock Sources on Motherboard
  • Built-In AC Power-Supply Module
  • Several Popular TCXO and OCXO Oscillators from Which to Select and BNC Connectors for Lab References
  • 9-Pin Serial Jack to Connect an ASCII Terminal for Configuration and Status
  • System TCP/IP Stack for Configuration and Status Over IP/Ethernet
  • One RJ45 Ethernet Jack for Connection to the Ethernet Network
  • One RJ45 Jack for Each E1/T1 Port
  • RJ45 External Clock Input Jack
  • BNC Common Clock Input Jack
  • BNC Reference Clock Input Jack
  • 16-Bit CPU Interface to TDMoP IC

Applications/Uses

  • HDLC-Encapsulated Data Over PSN
  • TDM Circuit Emulation Over PSN (TDM Leased-Line Services Over PSN, TDM Over BPON/GPON/EPON, TDM Over Cable, TDM Over Wireless, Cellular Backhaul, Multiservice Over Unified PSN)

Description

The DS34S132 evaluation kit (EV kit) is an easy-to-use EV kit for evaluating the DS34S132 32-port TDM-over-packet (TDMoP) IC. The EV kit is a stand-alone system with a TDMoP chip, local oscillator, local control processor, memory, external E1/T1 LIUs and framers, power supply, and user interface software included in a 2.5 RU enclosure. The EV kit is controlled over an RS-232 serial link from an external ASCII terminal (typically using terminal emulation software running on a PC) or through a telnet session. The ASCII user interface is menu driven and hierarchical for easy use. The behavior and performance of the TDMoP IC can be evaluated with a single EV kit where the Ethernet signal is looped back to the kit, or with two EV kits configured as separate end points.

Technical Docs

Data Sheet Evaluation Kit for the DS34S132 May 19, 2011

Support & Training

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