Analyzer conducts data-transmission measurements
Test & Measurement World Staff - October 5, 2012
The Model A0040006 integrated data-transmission analyzer from GAO Comm serves as a useful tool for testing 2-Mbps access networks, transmission networks, and digital data networks.
In addition to framed and unframed error and alarm testing, the handheld unit analyzes line faults and their causes.
Powered by a rechargeable battery that allows more than 8 hours of continuous operation, the analyzer enables performance testing of bit error, coding error, frame error, CRC (cyclic redundancy check) error, and E-bit error. Alarm test functions include signal loss, AIS (alarm indication signal), frame remote alarm, multiframe remote alarm, out of frame, and out of pattern. Additionally, technicians can use the Model A0040006 to check frequency offset, line signal level and frequency, voice-channel signal level and frequency, and loop delay.
The analyzer, which is 200×160×42 mm and weighs 950 g, stores up to 9 test settings and 20 groups of test results. Communication with a computer allows test data storage and analysis. The unit can also be connected to a microprinter.
More information: www.gaocomm.com/gaocomm_pdf/GAO%20A0040006.pdf
GAO Comm, www.gaocomm.com