Patton Electroncis
How to Buy eNewsletter
Login   |    

Products  >  Network Access  >  Multi-Service Access  >  DSLAMs - High-Density  >  Model 3196RC
Model 3196RC 16-Port iDSL TDM Concentrator

The Model 3196RC iDSL T-DAC connects 16 users and supports data rates of 64, 128, and 144 kbps. This high density offering provides affordable access concentration to speed up first-mile networks.

View All







  • Up to 16 Ports per ForeFront Card—Get high density per card and lower your cost per port. Easily scale by adding more cards.
  • Speeds of 64, 128, & 144 kbps—Each port is independently selectable for any bandwidth. Distances to 16.4 km/10.1 miles on 0.9 mm/19 gauge copper wire
  • Flexible WAN Egress—Your choice of 4/8/12/16 T1/E1 module, or use the STM-1 uplink for up to 63 E1s over fiber or copper
  • Standards-based line coding—Uses 2B1Q per ETSI ETR-080 and ANSI T1.601 standards
  • Built-in timeslot DACS—Perform any-to-any DS0 mapping between any DSL and WAN port in a ForeFront chassis
  • SNMP/HTTP management—SNMP/HTTP manageable from anywhere in the world including attached CPE units
  • Complete alarm facilities—Configurable alarm reporting with SNMP traps, front panel LEDs, 3-contact relay, and syslog messages
The Model 3196RC iDSL TDM-Digital Access Concentrator, or iDSL T-DAC provides affordable first-mile access concentration for virtually any low speed network application.

Leverage low cost iDSL technology to offer the right service at the right price. Patton has combined iDSL ports, DACS, and WAN up-links and functions into a powerful system operating on Patton’s ForeFront Access Platform

The Model 3196RC, links up to 16 iDSL circuits to multiple WAN modules and offers complete any-to-any DS0 grooming. Each iDSL port offers user selectable data rates of 64, 128, and 144 kbps. With a built in cross connect, each data channel or channel group can be multiplexed onto any up-link or other DSL port—even ports on other 3196RC or 3096RC T-DACS in the same chassis. An integrated SNMP/HTTP-based management system allows for easy configuration via any SNMP enabled NMS.

Each 3196RC T-DAC has its own processing capability built in, offering continuous operation even in the presence of multiple network outages. Use the T-DAC in any Patton 2U, 4U or 6U ForeFront Access System and affordably scale up density to network growth requirements..

ForeFront iDSL System Configurations
The ForeFront FullPipe—configured with 3196RC iDSL T-DACs—provides up to 128 iDSL links in a 4U chassis. E1 or STM-1 interface options make data network integration a snap. Combined with Patton’s 1082 CPE, it provides the complete solution.
Model 3196RC application diagram



Ordering information for this product is not publicly available at this time.
Please accept our apology as we regret any inconvenience to you.

For more information
about the availability of this product and/or alternative solutions,
please contact Patton's Product Management team at or +1 301 975 1000


Need Help? Call Us (USA): +1 301 975 1000 Call Us (Europe): +41 31 985 2525 E-mail Sales: E-mail Support:
Product Lines
> Voice over IP (VoIP) Gateways
> Ethernet Extenders
> Balancing & Bonding Wireless Routers
> DSL IAD, E1 NTUs & WAN Routers
> Line Drivers, Interface Converters, Baluns & Surge Protectors
> Special Projects
> All Products
> eNewsletters
> Press Room
> Success Stories
> White Papers
> Manuals
> Product & Solutions Guides
> Datasheets
> Tech Notes
> Get Our Catalog
> Marketing Resources
Services & Support
> Upgrades
> Repairs & Returns
> Services
> Help Desk
> Training & Seminars
> Knowledgebase
> Enhanced Warranty
> Contact Us
> Upcoming Events
> About Patton
> Management Team
> Culture
> Careers
> Environment
> Capabilities
> Social
> Partners & Programs
> Send Us Your Feedback
Global Sites
English Language Spanish Language French Language
German Language Italian Language Polish Language

Copyright © 2001–2015 Patton Electronics Co., All Rights Reserved.
|  Sitemap  |  Legal  |  Privacy Policy  |  Disclaimer  |    Twitter  Facebook  YouTube  LinkedIn  RSS