TDM over Ethernet
The move from a TDM (time division multiplexing) based network to an Ethernet or IP-based packet switched network is one that is both gradual and necessary in order to improve performance and keep costs down. However, this switch is being approached different ways depending on if the customer is a telecom carrier, utility, financial institution, or other industry. In all cases, legacy devices still need to be supported. Loop's line of TDMoE devices such as the IP6700 and the IP6763 mitigates the risk of the transition by letting older TDM devices connect to the new IP-based network. These stories show how. 
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Measuring Transmission Delay in TDMoE Circuits
ProblemCustomers using the TDMoE card for the AM3440 or other TDMo...
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TDM Devices over an Ethernet Network
Mobile backhaul involves the transport of data and voice signals a...
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IP6700 as an E3/DS3 Optical Ethernet Transporter
The IP6700 can easily be used as a low cost E3/DS3 optical Etherne...
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Effective E1 and Ethernet Radios
Two Loop products can be used together to send up to four E1 signa...
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More Security over an IP VPN
RequirementA customer in East Asia had the following V.35 TDM syst...
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Stratum 1 Clock over Satellite Ethernet
RequirementA customer needs to get a reliable, stratum 1 clock sou...
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