FLEXIMUX is a versatile 30-channel (2.048
MBPS) digital voice and data multiplexer. Besides, use as terminal
equipment, it has the capacity of channel-wise drop and re-insert
as a wayside unit with flexible voice interfaces for different
The design caters for user selectable low and high speed data interface option. The in-built NMS allows centralized configuration as well as remote status & performance monitoring of the network by a PC. The associated external equipment in the system can also be centrally controlled via NMS.
Drop Insert capability reduces equipment cost in low capacity multimode networks.
Varied services offered by the equipment lend to optimum utilization of infrastructure.
Flexible digital cross- connects and re-use of branched off time slot maximize bit-rate efficiency.
Dynamic digital branching facilitates channel reallocation for alternate routing.
In-built NMS eliminate requirement of external SCADA.
Minimal variety of cards reduces cost of spares.
Fool-proof protection against electrical surges and input/output power-supply abnormalities.
Can work on various media like copper, optic fiber cable or microwave radio.
Compliant with all relevant ITU-t
Completely indigenous design.
Dynamic branching through digital cross-connect.
Flexible configuration as a Terminal or Drop/Insert wayside unit or for digital branching.
Re-use on any branched off time slot at the same station for new channel insertion.
Wide choice of voice and data interface circuits.
Digital conferencing circuits up to 21 channels.
Sub –rate multiplexing of low speed data for bandwidth efficiency.
Remote programming of time slot assignment, digital cross –connect, channel gain adjust and data rate settings from the control station by PC.
Centralized network monitoring of all operating equipment and their performance by NMS.
Tele-command signals from the control for remote operation of associated external equipment.
Redundant power supply(optional)
Any station terminal can be user designated as control, thereby creating total redundancy.