Frame Relay Access Devices
SKYWAN FAD 9230
SKYWAN FAD 9230
The SKYWAN family of VSAT networking products is complemented by two compact high performance Frame Relay Access Devices of latest technology:

  • SKYWAN FAD 9220 unit is a cost efficient solution for field offices
  • SkyWAN FAD 9230 unit is a powerful solution for branch offices

Both devices provide Frame Relay concentration and switching of packetized voice as well as data from the LAN ports and/or the serial interfaces. Being specifically adapted to the ND SatCom SKYWAN broadband VSAT system, which is the leading Mesh DAMA (MF-TDMA) networking platform, the combination of both defines the state of the art for voice quality in packetized transmissions over satellite. Bandwidth usage is minimized through efficient compression and dynamical call set-up.
As voice multiplexers both units support various voice interfaces and signalling standards. Digital interfaces can also be used for data connections. In this mode the FAD 9220 offers a maximum of 64, the FAD 9230 96 logical ports.
The serial line interfaces – up to 3 at the FAD 9220 and FAD 9230 – enable the integration of legacy data protocols.

Key Features

  • Delivers premium QoS over minimum bandwidth capacity for voice service
  • Support of analogue and digital voice, full support of QSIG (supplementary services)
  • Full range of legacy protocols i.e. HDLC, Async, SDLC, BSC, bit transparent
  • Support of IP Routing: RIP, OSPF
TYPE OF NETWORK
Topology:RS232/V.24, V.35, X.21/V.11, RS449/V.36, RS530
Access Scheme:3
INDOOR UNIT
Modem Rates:2 x 10 / 100 BaseT Ethernet
Interfaces per IDU:auto-sensing 100-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 70 W maximum, -48 Volts DC
Modulation:15,000 cells per second
Channel Spacing:Automatic node discovery and rerouting with least cost metric routing
Automatic load balancing, bandwidth on demand (over leased line), dial back-up, time-of-day connect
Forward Error Correction Code Rates:Ethernet II and IEEE 802.2, 802.3, SNAP
Forward Error Correction:Standards: IP RIP V1/V2 or Static, OSPF, NAT, Multicast IGMP V1/V2
IPX RIP and SAP, LLC2, Virtual LAN, DHCP Client, BOOTP
Intermediate Rx/Tx Frequency Range:802.1D Spanning Tree Protocol (STP), MAC Layer, Transparent Bridging
USER INTERFACE AND SERVICES
Integrated IP Router
Physical Interface:SNA: SDLC, LLC2 or Frame Relay RFC1490 Legacy Sync: PPP, HDLC, SDLC, X.25 Frame Relay: RFC1490, UNI-DTE, UNI-DCE Asynchronous: ENQ/ACK, XON/XOFF, transparent, CTS/DTR
Protocol:1 serial interface, max. speed: 6.144 Mbit/s
Integrated Frame Relay Switch
Physical Interface:Dual serial interface card, 2.048 Mbit/s per serial interface
Protocol:EMC – Emission FCC CFR 47 Part 15, EN 55022 (1994) + Amendment 1, EMC – Immunity EN 55024 (1998), Safety IEC 950 (1991) + Amendments 1 to 4, EN 60950 (1992) + Amendments 1 to 4, UL 1950 3rd Edition
SECURITY
Link encryption:up to 12 FSX or FXO or E&M 6 BRI ports or 30 digital channels per chassis via E1/T1
SkyWAN® FAD Voice / Data Services
GSM:ACELP-CN (8kB/6kB with fallback), G.711 (PCM 64 kBit/s), G.726 (ADPCM 16kB/24kB/32kB/40kB), G.729 / G.729 a, Group III FAX: 4.8, 7.2, 9.6, 12.0, 14.4 kBit/s, Modem Relay p to 14.4 kBit/s (includes STU III support)
NETWORK MANAGEMENT
IDU Management Interfaces:T1 signaling: CAS (Immediate Start, WinkStart and ore), CCS (Q.SIG, National ISDN, Japanese ISDN)
E1 signaling: CAS (Immediate Start, WinkStart, R2, Chinese signaling #1 and more), CCS (EURO ISDN, Q.SIG), SS7 transparent
BRI S/T: CCS (EURO ISDN,Q.SIG,National ISDN, Japanese ISDN)
PHYSICAL DIMENSIONS AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
Dimensions (L X W x H):427 x 89 x 310 mm
Weight:4.0 kg
Temperature Range:0°C to +45°C
Humidity:10% to 95% non-condensing
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