This paper proposes a bilateral control system implementing an admittance control system. Bilateral control system realizes teleoperation of a remote robot with a sense of touch. We focus on an admittance-based bilateral control system, which needs only two communication channels and has almost the same control performance as an acceleration-based bilateral control system, which is one of the highest transparent teleoperation systems. However, the conventional admittance-based system assumes an ideal communication situation where there is no communication time delay and no packet loss and has possible to increase position error as time goes on in practical use. The proposed admittance-based system achieves the same control performance as the conventional structure without increasing position error even if there is a communication delay. The validity of the proposed system is confirmed through simulations and experiments.