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ADSL Microfilter

The DSL Microfilter is for use in plug and go (wires only) DSL services now being marketed by Internet
Service Providers in the UK. Designed to plug into a standard UK telephone socket it provides a filtered BT
socket for telephone connection and a straight through RJ11 port for DSL modem connection. The excellent
performance characteristics of the filter enable reliable simultaneous transmission of voice and DSL signals
without any apparent loss of speech quality or data corruption to the end user with up to 4 telephony devices
connected to the line.

Designed and manufactured in the UK, it has been verified by BT to the requirements of SIN 346 Issue 2.2 and
is considered suitable by BT for direct connection to the UK telephone network.

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ADSL filtered LJ2

The LJ2 ADSL linejack is designed to be hardwired into a broadband installation where a conventional plug in
ADSL filter is deemed either unsightly or not secure. Supplied with a backbox to enable surface mounting, the
unit once installed looks like a conventional series 2 Linejack unit. Incorporated on the rear of the PCB is a
standard SIN 346 compliant ADSL filter circuit which provides the correct filtering of signals to allow
simultaneous use of both voice and broadband services. Connections to the socket are made using industry
standard LSA style IDC connections.

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ADSL filtered LJ3

The LJ3 ADSL linejack is designed to be hardwired into a broadband installation where a conventional plug in
ADSL filter is deemed either unsightly or not secure. Designed for flush mounting, it is suitable for installation
behind wall mounted telephones and once installed looks like a conventional Linejack 3 unit. Incorporated on
the rear of the PCB is a standard SIN 346 compliant ADSL filter circuit which provides the correct filtering of
signals to allow simultaneous use of both voice and broadband services. Connections to the socket are made
using industry standard LSA style IDC connections.

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ADSL filtered LJ4

The LJ4 ADSL linejack is designed to be hardwired into a broadband installation where a conventional plug in
ADSL filter is deemed either unsightly or not secure. The socket provides a filtered BT style telephone socket
and a directly coupled RJ11 socket for DSL modem connection. Incorporated on the rear of the PCB is a
standard SIN 346 compliant ADSL filter circuit which provides the correct filtering of signals to allow
simultaneous use of both voice and broadband services. Connections to the socket are made using industry
standard LSA style IDC connections.

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ADSL centralised filter 3 way

The Centralised DSL Filter is designed to plug into a standard NTE5 residential telephone outlet. It provides a
straight through connection for DSL modem connection via a shuttered RJ45 socket as well as a filtered
telephone socket and filtered 3 way IDC connector for onward connection of extension telephones. With the
centralised filter system, the filter becomes an integral part of the wall socket providing a tidy looking fixture
with the added benefit of negating the need for subsequent extension sockets to have microfilters plugged
into them.

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ADSL centralised filter 6 way

The Centralised DSL Filter is designed to plug into a standard NTE5 residential telephone outlet. It provides a
straight through connection for DSL modem connection via a shuttered RJ45 socket as well as a filtered
telephone socket. A 6 way IDC connector is provided for onward connection (filtered) of extension telephones
and hard wiring of a DSL modem if required. With the centralised filter system, the filter becomes an integral
part of the wall socket providing a tidy looking fixture with the added benefit of negating the need for
subsequent extension sockets to have microfilters plugged into them.

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ADSL hardwired filter 6 way

The ADSL Hardwired filter is designed to allow the connection of hardwired autodiallers to broadband enabled
lines. The unit consists of a surface mountable box that contains a standard SIN 346 compliant ADSL filter
circuit which provides the correct filtering of signals to allow simultaneous use of both the autodialler and
broadband services. Connections to the filter unit are made using industry standard screw terminals.

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