AnaCom's Kromos 2002L Satellite IP Router is a native IP solution for intelligent two-way
communication of voice, video, multi-media and data traffic over satellite. The feature rich
highly integrated single box solution is ideally suited for bringing IP data, voice and video
connectivity to remote locations via satellite.
The 2002L Router can be configured to operate in SCPC
or DAMA mode in various network topologies e.g.
STAR, MESH or a combination of these. TDM/FDMA
DAMA feature allows large number of remotes to
operate with a Kromos Hub using minimal bandwidth.
The built-in routing allows for easy configuration to
connect to WAN, Internet Backbone or Client devices.
Efficient TCP acceleration mitigates poor performance
of TCP over satellites and continues to provide robust
throughput even when the channel becomes noisy. The
Kromos Routers can be managed by a Kromos NMS
platform from a centralized location. Alternately, each
unit can be accessed locally or remotely via Web or
The (optional) Dial-up modem allows PSTN access to
the router for out-of-band management.
The 2002L IP router also has embedded QoS for
prioritization of voice, video and multi-media over data
traffic. The Kromos IP router also offers seamless
VoIP/PSTN connectivity to remote locations.
Broadband Connectivity over Large Geographic Area
Emergency Response and Business Continuity
Remote Sensing and SCADA Networks
Star, Mesh, Point to Point or Mixed Network Topologies
Up to 20 Mbps forward channel and up to 5 Mbps return channels
Built-in Routing and Webserver
IPMax – TCP Acceleration as Standard Feature with Adaptive
Window Sizes, Flow Control and Selective Retransmission
TDM/FDMA DAMA for Efficient Bandwidth Utilization among
a large number of Remotes
Automatic Multi-queue QoS for all traffic to ensure prioritization
Web and Telnet Based Network Management including M&C for
SNMP Support for Centralized NMS with Kromos NMS or other
third party products
(Optional) Dial-up Access for Out-of-band Monitoring & Control
Complete VoIP Solution with Kromos IPX Switch, PSTN Access
Low Latency in DAMA Mode for mission critical applications.
IPMax – TCP Acceleration, DAMA or SCPC Mode, QoS - Priority for VoIP/Video/Multi-media, Web Server,
SNMP, Web, Telnet and Dial-up access via PSTN for out of band Access, M&C Support for Outdoor
Equipment (if supported by Outdoor Equipment)
Ethernet (RJ-45), RS-232 x 2, RJ-11 (Optional For Dial-up), Keyboard, Monitor, Tx IF – TNC 50 Ohm, Rx IF
– Type F 75 Ohm
IF Center Frequency
950-1700 MHz, Programmable in
2.5 kHz Steps.
Output Level Range
0 to –25 dBm into 50 ohms (0.5
QPSK, or none (pure carrier)
CW Mode Operation
950-1700 MHz, Frequency and
Power adjustable in steps of 2.5
kHz and 0.5 dB steps respectively.
+/-50 kHz with adjustable sweep
Variable rate: 128 kbps to 5 Mbps
in 2 kbps steps.