|Terescope Series|| Data Rate|| Rec. Range|| Protocol|
|TereScope Mux|| 4xE1 or 4xT1|| Up to 2 km|| E1 or T1|
|TereScope 1 (PAL)|| 1-100 Mbps || Up to 380 m|| Fast Ethernet, Ethernet, E1 or T1|
|TereScope 2|| 1.5 or 2.048 Mbps|| Up to 4.1 km|| E1 or T1 |
|TereScope 10|| 10 Mbps|| Up to 3.2 km|| Ethernet |
|TereScope 34|| 1-34 Mbps|| Up to 2.6 km|| Protocol Independent |
|TereScope 155 Protocol Select|| 34-155 Mbps|| Up to 2.2 km|| E3, T3, Fast E, FDDI, ATM, STM-1 |
|TereScope 5000 (TS-155/G)|| 1-155 Mbps|| Up to 5.5 km|| T1, E1, E3, T3, Fast E, FDDI, STM-1 |
|TereScope 155 Protocol Ind.|| 10-155 Mbps|| Up to 3.75 km|| Protocol Independent |
|TereScope 622|| 622 Mbps|| Up to 1.5 km|| ATM (OC-12) |
|TereScope 1000P (PAL)|| 1.25 Gbps (Passive)|| Up to 300 m|| Gigabit Ethernet |
|TereScope 1000|| 1.25 Gbps|| Up to 1.5 km|| Gigabit Ethernet |
|TereScope 1000Z|| 1.25 Gbps|| Up to 1.7 km|| Gigabit Ethernet |
|TereScope Fusion Series|| 11 Mbps|| All Ranges|| Ethernet |
Free Space Optics Quick Facts
What is Free Space Optics Technology?
Free-Space-Optics (also known as "FSO", or "Optical Wireless") is an optical data, voice and video
transmission system utilizing wireless equipment sending modulated light (light pulses) as the
communication medium through the air. Like fiber optic cable, FSO systems use laser light to
transmit digital signals for point-to-point connectivity between two transceivers aligned towards
each other to from a link. Laser light is transmitted through the air (free-space) instead of through
a glass strand fiber.
How fast is Free Space Optics Technology?
FSO links are a reliable, cost-effective and efficient solution for bottleneck problems often found
in last-mile applications, and operate at full duplex data rates of 1.5 Mbps to Gigabit speeds.
Equipment is available for any protocol in Carrier (T1/E1, DS3, OCX, ATM, STM-1, Clear Channel) or
Enterprise (Ethernet 10/100 or GigE, Token Ring, FDDI) networks.
How long does it take to set up a Free Space Optics network link?
If you purchase your equipment today, it will be delivered tomorrow and you can have your system up
and running the next day. Deployment is license-free and does not require right-of-way or government
permits, so one or two-day installations are the norm. Equipment can be located behind glass windows,
but there must be clear line of site with no obstructions such as trees or buildings between the