Handheld E1/Datacom Transmission Analyzer

Toronto, Canada – GAO Tek Inc. is offering its Portable E1/Datacom Transmission Analyzer which provides full-featured comprehensive analysis, measurement and evaluation of telecom networks and is commonly used in R&D, production, installation, verification and maintenance of SDH, PDH, PCM, DTU and Data protocol converter equipment.

This portable E1/Datacom transmission analyzer, model A0020003, performs E1 frame data monitoring and analysis, dual E1 channel testing, loop delay, APS delay, pulse measurement, jitter measurement, signal level measurement. It also has many enhanced test functions such as “PCM Simulator”, “Mux/Demux”, “Drop & Insert” and “Network Tools”.

This easy to use analyzer provides extensive error and alarm generation, detection and indication. It can store up to 10 user-defined configurations and 10 groups of test results. Test results can be uploaded, conserved and printed through the included software via USB interface. This analyzer has a large, high-resolution backlit LCD touch screen and is powered by built-in Li-ion rechargeable batteries allowing for 4 hours’ continuous working.

This portable E1/Datacom Transmission analyzer belongs to GAO’s family of Telecom Testers and Analyzers. This line includes a lot of featured products which can fulfill different requirements, such as Multi-function ADSL/ADSL2+ Tester which provides a test solution for ADSL, ADSL2, ADSL2+, and RE-ADSL installation, maintenance and measurement, SDH/PDH Transmission Analyzer which is used for pulse mask analysis, overhead analysis, point analysis and anomaly/defect analysis as well as bit error rate (BER) testing and Handheld Portable Gigabit Ethernet Tester which is widely used in BER testing of layer1, layer2, layer3, and RFC-2544.

For sales inquiries please contact:

1-877 585-9555 ext. 601 – Toll Free (USA & Canada)

1-416 292-0038 ext. 601 – All Other Areas

sales@gaotek.com

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