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BCM50 and FEM

BCM50 and FEM

BCM50 and FEM

I am toying with the idea of picking up a FEM for my lab BCM50 and playing with Norstar fiber expansion cabinets (licensing is not an issue). I'm specifically interested in picking up a M0x8AM analog station fiber expansion as well as a M0X16 digital station fiber expansion. Any compatibility issues with either of these?

Also, I'm wondering if there is any way to add a T1/PRI interface to the BCM50 via a Norstar fiber expansion cabinet? My research points to no, but y'all here would know for sure.


RE: BCM50 and FEM

ASM should work.

Yes DTI MBM on the expansion cabinet will also work, no code needed.


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RE: BCM50 and FEM

I look after a client that uses a FEM and TIE lines in a private network.

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RE: BCM50 and FEM

Thanks, y'all!

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