ADC’s PatchMate EIA-530 digital patching modules monitor, access, test, and reconfigure multiconductor
digital interfaces. Failed circuits can be restored and communication paths rerouted—
independently and immediately. The platform enables higher data rates, superior electrical
performance, and quality, reliable service.
Standard modules contain three front-panel jacks for easy access to the circuit and two rear
connectors for easy integration to the data network.
Uninterrupted data network communications depend
upon your ability to independently and immediately
restore function to a failed component or to substitute
or reroute communication paths. ADC's PatchMate™
and PatchSwitch™ data management and access
products provide a convenient, organized method of
digital communications line monitoring and
reconfiguration. Products have been designed to meet
the needs of a wide variety of applications. The most
commonly used products are described in this catalog....
ADC’s IEEE 1349a Firewire patch for broadcast connectivity accommodates 12 or 24 ports in one
rack unit and mounts in standard 19-inch racks. The panel offers a passive interconnection solution
for digital video editing needs. Industry-compatible six-pin IEEE 1394a connectors on both the
front and rear of the panel allow the interconnection of cameras, servers, workstations, and
non-linear editing suites via FireWire at 400 Mb/s bandwidth. The result is increased flexibility
and productivity without sacrificing performance and reliability....
ADC proudly offers a full series of precision Balun products: three XLR to BNC Inline Baluns;
plus numerous Multi-Circuit Baluns that can be used in our UniPatch® system or in
For over 50 years ADC has been the leader in audio and video patching products with unsurpassed
quality, reliability and innovation. To complement its full line of connectors, ADC has introduced
a series of 110 Ω to 75 Ω AES impedance matching Baluns.
Spatial database management deals with the storage, indexing, and querying of data with spatial
features, such as location and geometric extent. The field emerged from Geographic Information
Systems (GIS) and Computer Aided Design (CAD) applications, from which it became apparent
that there is a need for the efficient management of large-scale spatial data. More recently, Location
Based Services (LBS) brought spatial data management needs to common users, who routinely run
spatial queries on their computers or mobile devices.
Telecommunication networks are not static.
In order to support evolving service offerings,
they must evolve in size, shape and complexity.
Initial network design should consider the
need for expansion and growth. Proper design
plays a critical role in determining whether a
network is an effective revenue generator, or
whether it loses profitability through excess
labour costs and missed service opportunities.
FlexDSX™ cross-connect products provide
the necessary network flexibility.
ADC is the leader in providing test access solutions for telecommunications networks
such as Digital Signal Cross-Connect Systems (DSX). We now bring this expertise to
Ethernet-based Packet networks through our Ethernet Test Access Panel. As Carrier
and Enterprise networks deploy critical data services, such as Ethernet service delivery
and data centers, the need to provide non-invasive points for testing and monitoring
becomes a critical element of network design.