Digium TDM800P Base Analog Telephony CardThe Digium TDM800P provides an industry first with 8 standard two-wire, RJ-11 interfaces on a single PCI bracket. This eliminates the need for multiple brackets, external dongles, or splitters. In doing so, the TDM800P reduces part complexity, cable clutter, and points of failure.
Digium TDM800P Analog Telephony Card Overview
The Digium TDM800P contains two module banks. Each bank supports up to four analog interfaces. The module banks may be filled either with one standard Digium quad analog module (FXS - S400M, FXO - X400M), or up to two standard Digium single analog modules (FXS- S110M, FXO - X100M) enabling the creation of any combination of ports.The optional hardware echo cancellation module provides 1024 taps (128 milliseconds) of echo cancellation for superior echo cancellation on both FXO and FXS interfaces.
If the hardware echo cancellation module is not installed, the Digium TDM800P may be used in conjunction with Digium's High Performance Echo Cancellation (HPEC) software, a commercial and toll quality hybrid echo cancellation solution. Digium's HPEC provides 16ms to 128ms of selectable near-end ITU G.168 compliant echo cancellation in software. Using the Digium TDM800P in concert with Digium's Asterisk software, standard PC hardware, and the Linux OS, you can create SME or SOHO telephony environments capable of satisfying the needs of small or medium business applications at an industry-leading price.
Digium TDM800P Features and Functions
- Up to (8) FXS or FXO Ports
- 3.3V/5.0V Compatible
- PCI Interface
- On-Board Hardware-Based Echo Cancellation Optional and in-field upgradeable if you change your mind later
- # of server chassis slots needed
- Connection Type
- Echo Cancellation
- Yes, No
- Form Factor
- Full Height, Half Length
- Voltage Requirements
- Both 3.3v and 5.0v
- Analog Connection Type
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Industry leading 5 year warranty
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