Standard-compliant to ITU-T G.993.2
The BiPAC 8200M complies with the international standards and interoperates with other major/open chipsets. It supports different profiles (8a, 8b, 8c, 8d, 12a, 12b, 17a, and 30a); different band plans (997, 998, and proprietary) and different annex types (Annex A, Annex B and Annex C), by factory settings to fit into different requirements. Benefit from the latest chip design technology, BiPAC 8200M consumes less power (less than 2 watt per VDSL2 port) and has shorter training time to make device up and running.
Long Reach Ethernet (LRE): Back-to-back Applications
In addition to using one BiPAC 8200M to connect to ISP/Telco’s DSLAM for accessing Internet or video services, users can utilize a pair of BiPAC 8200M for back-to-back applications. Theoretically the maximum length for Ethernet cable is within 100 meters. With two 8200M modems, users can have 100/100Mbps connectivity over a twisted-pair phone line up to 200 meters or longer. This capability can help users to bridge two distinct LAN segments in longer distance or to have surveillance service a little farther over existing twisted-pair phone cables.
The BiPAC 8200M is easy to use. Simply connect the hardware interfaces without the need for complicated configuration efforts, the device will synchronizes with VDSL2 DSLAM (VTU-O) in auto-negotiated mode and allow users to access the Internet or watch IPTV instantly.