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End of Life Notice - mDSL Products (PDF). This legacy product is not recommended for new installations. For next-generation alternatives, please see Patton's Model 3088 Series DSL NTUs.

The Model 1089 is the next generation of SNMP/HTTP-manageable high-bit-rate digital subscriber line (HDSL) modems. Supporting 2B1Q modulation, the Model 1089 operates at n x 64 kbps rates up to 1.152 Mbps over two wires.

Available in four fixed interface versions (10Base-T Ethernet, G.703/G.704, X.21, and V.35), the Model 1089 operates at ranges up to 4.6 miles (7.3 km) without repeaters (see distance table below). Our Ethernet version, the Model 1089/I, provides 10Base-T bridging and PPP support. This enables customers to extend a router's serial interface and connect to a remote 10Base-T LAN.


The Model 1089 is fully compatible with Patton's popular Model 1094A standalone and 1094ARC rack card. Now service providers can cut costs and setup time by installing a rack-mounted Model 1094ARC at the central site while bundling a Model 1089 with DSL service at the customer's premises.

The 1094ARC and 1089 can be managed via SNMP/HTTP using Patton's 1001MC SNMP agent card!

  • Supports multiple line rates from 144 kbps to 1.152 Mbps
  • DTE speeds from 64 kbps to 1.024Mbps in increments of 64 kbps
  • Standards-based support (CE Mark)
  • Available with internal 90—260 VAC or -48 VDC power supplies
  • Built-in loopback functionality
  • A variety of modular interfaces


Ordering information for this product is not publicly available at this time.
Please accept our apology as we regret any inconvenience to you.

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about the availability of this product and/or alternative solutions,
please contact Patton's Product Management team at or +1 301 975 1000

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