RI10- DCE / IP-TO-SYNC CONTROLLER | synchronous serial data over Ethernet (TCP/IP)

RI10 IP-TO-SYNC Controller – 120 kbps

The RI10 IP-to-Sync Controllers are a pair of 19-inch rack-mountable hardware for transferring synchronous serial data over Ethernet (TCP/IP). By utilising the RI10, the transfer of encrypted bulk data over IP over extended distances is possible whilst leveraging on the already installed base of high-performance COMSEC devices.

The RI10 product breaks continuous serial data stream into fixed size packets, adds the IP framing and sends the data over a packet switched Ethernet network, e.g. Defence LAN/WAN to a remote Tx or Rx Site. In the reverse direction, the IP Data received via the LAN is de-encapsulated and synchronously clocked into the data encryption equipment, e.g. KIV-7.

The RI10 DCE variant is positioned between the COMSEC device and the Wide Area Network (WAN). On the radio equipment side, the RI10 DTE variant operates as a Data Terminal Equipment (DTE) device. If the RapidM RM10 HF wideband modem is used, RI10 DTE variant is not required as the RM10 provides an embedded DATA LAN/WAN port.

Features and Benefits

  • DCE and DTE Variants Available
  • Converts EIA-530 Serial-to-IP
  • Interfaces
    • DCE: Synchronous and Asynchronous Modes
      · EIA-530, EIA-530A
      · RS-232, RS-422
      · Internal/External Clocks
    • IP: TCP/IP via Ethernet
      · 10/100/1000 Electrical
      · IEEE 802.3
  • Deployment – Ship-Borne & Shore Station/Split-Site
  • Companion Products – RI10 DCE Variant or RM10
  • Data Rate:
    • Sync: 50 bps to 128 kbps (Half-Duplex)
    • Sync: 50 bps to 64 kbps (Full-Duplex)
    • Async: 50 bps to 480k8 bps (Half/Full-Duplex)
  • Menu-Driven Control and Configuration
  • DTE Port – Synchronous/Asynchronous
  • Ethernet LAN Interfaces – For Control and IP-Based Data services
  • Factory Presets – Lower Integration Effort
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