Two (2) span digital T1/E1/J1/PRI PCI-Express x1 card and hardware echo cancellation (1TE220BF)
Price: Call for Pricing - 888-976-7443
Store #: 2895
Manufacturer Part No: 1TE220BF
Trade in & Save
Free Shipping on all orders!
Most orders ship within 1 business day.
Digium's TE220 PCI Express card provides termination of up to 60 channels of voice or data across two E1, T1, or J1 interfaces in a PCIe x1 form factor. Selectable on a per-port or per-card basis, the TE220 allows E1 and T1 circuits to be mixed with full channel synchronization. Supporting PCIe x1, the TE220 may be used in any available PCIe 1.0 compliant slot - 1x, x4, x8, and x16 without considerations for voltage selection or lane size.The TE220 may be combined with Digium's VPMOCT064 Octasic DSP-based echo cancellation module (now shown in picture). The VPMOCT064 provides the G.168 algorithm which has been labeled a benchmark for echo cancellation and performs 128ms (1024 taps) of echo cancellation across all 60 channels in E1 mode or all 48 channels in T1/J1 modes. Bundled with the VPMOCT064, the product SKU is TE220B.Digium has designed the TE220 to be fully compatible and integrated with Asterisk Business Edition, AsteriskNOW, and open source Asterisk.The TE220 supports industry standard telephony protocols including North American and European Primary Rate signalling as well as standard Robbed Bit, Channel Associated Signalling in addition to standard PPP, HDLC, and Frame Relay data modes.
If you want to buy a certain quantity and want a volume discount, submit this form and a sales advisor will be in touch with you shortly.
Looking for a manual for your product?
Check out our free product manual directory by clicking here.
Needs to find a local technician to service your equipment?
Our map of local technicians can help you find experts in your area that can help. Click here to view map
Need help adjusting the time?
We provide a tutorial on setting the clock on major phone system brands here.
Need to contact the product manufacturer? click here
to see a directory of their phone numbers.