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Discussion in 'General Electronics Discussion' started by rnbguy, Oct 22, 2011.

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  1. rnbguy

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    hi all I'm trying to design a very cost effective method to acheive this topology:


    DSL Modem---->(analogue line)----my converter(CO)---->network switch

    So basically an analogue signal comming in from a modem can be converted by my converter enough to just be understood by a digital device such as a network switch.

    Does anyone know where i can start to look to be able to compose something like this ?
     
  2. OLIVE2222

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  3. rnbguy

    rnbguy

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    thanks for the reply, i'm actually looking at having a device act as though putting two adsl modems back to back but without the need for a second modem (due to space, cost and other contraints).

    So the pots analogue signal comming from the modems ADSL port would go into this converter I am created then be convertd to digital "ethernet".

    I've had a look at a few items I'd need to build this such as a adsl transformed and and ac7 adsl chipset, but just not sure how to put it all together or if someone has already done this?
     
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