Motorola UDS DDS/MR64 CSU/DSU

Designed for use on the Digital Data Service (DDS) network, the Motorola UDS DDSMR64 combines the functions of a DSU and CSU into a single unit. It operates in either point-to-point or multipoint applications, transmitting synchronous data at rates from 2400 bps to 64,000 bps clear channel, and asynchronous data from 2400 bps to 57,600 bps. The UDS DDSMR64 complies with Bell publications 62310 and 41450 and is directly compatible with Bell 500 series DSU and CSU equipment.

part numbers for in production units

UDS Motorola Telenetics DDS MR64 refurbished used new
TEL-6456524700010 DDSMR64 Nest Card
UDS Motorola Telenetics DDS MR64 refurbished used new
TEL-6456524700020 DDSMR64 Standalone


Motorola / UDS
DDS/MR64 CSU/DSU
TEL6456524700020
TEL6456524700010

Features and Benefits

High speed asynchronous capability operating a 38,400 and 57,600 bps on 56K lines allows direct connection of high speed asynchronous DTEs to DDS lines.

Switchable EIA-232 and CCITT V.35 interface allows a single model to provide both interfaces.

Provides highly reliable digital performance on both conventional DDS networks or as a limited distance modem, so that one model can be used for either interstate or interoffice communications.

Operates at all DDS line rates from 2400 bps to 64,000 bps including 19,200 bps to accommodate a wide range of DTE devices.

Automatic line equalization compensates for distortion and attenuation caused by line length without user adjustment.

Convenient front panel LCD control allows viewing current configuration and status without causing an interruption of dam.

Saves operating configuration to nonvolatile memory, eliminating having to setup every time the unit is turned on.

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UDS DDSMR64 SA  part #
TEL-6456524700020 S/A
TEL-6456524700010 card

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Specifications

Data Rates (DDS network)
2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 56000 or 64000 bps synchronous (up to clear channel 64); 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, or 57600 bps asynchronous

Data Rates (4-wire, private networks)
2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 56000, or 64000 bps synchronous; 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, or 57600 bps asynchronous

Operating Mode
DDS full-duplex, multipoint; DDS full-duplex point-to-point; 4-wire full-duplex; 4-wire half-duplex or simplex Data Format Serial binary, synchronous, asynchronous

Data Encoding
Bipolar, return-to-zero, per Bell System Publication 62310

Timing
DDS; external; internal

Transmission Facility
Unloaded metallic circuits, 19 to 26 gauge

UDS DDS-MR64 op range.GIF (13693 bytes)

System Impedance
Line receiver input impedance: 135 ohms 10% Transmit pair output impedance: 135 ohms 10%

Output Signal
0.7854 0.05 volts across 135 ohms at 9.6 kbps 1.4 0.1 volts across 135 ohms at all other rates

RTS/CTS Delay

Digital Interface
EIA-232D; CCITT V35

Power Requirements

110 VAC, 47 - 63 Hz

Power Consumption
5 watts nominal

Environmental
0' - 50' C; 95% humidity, noncondensing
 

part numbers for in production units

New #   Telenetics DDSMR64 TEL6456524700010 DDSMR64
refurbished used new Nest Card CSU/DSU
Old #    UDS Motorola DDSMR64
refurbished used new 6456524700010 DDSMR64 Nest Card CSU/DSU
New #   Telenetics DDSMR64 TEL6456524700020 DDSMR64
refurbished used new  Standalone CSU/DSU
Old #    UDS Motorola DDSMR64
refurbished used new
6456524700020 DDSMR64 Standalone CSU/DSU

 


Test Features

The DDS/MR64 has a number of diagnostic tests available for troubleshooting problems.

The DDS/MR64 also responds to telephone company generated DDS diagnostic tests. An internally generated 5 11 test pattern can be used in combination with other test features to perform self-test functions.


Indicators

Six LEDs provide status information:



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