Acterna ANT-5 - Mr Test Equipment

Acterna ANT-5
SDH Access Tester STM-1/-4 ATM
Before operators can implement
converged multimedia services on
networks originally built for POTS,
they must first ensure that the existing
network infrastructure can support
the delivery of high-speed, highbandwidth services to an expanding
base of business and residential
customers. This process, however,
must be completed quickly so as not
to delay operators’ ability to turn up
new services and carry more data
traffic. Compounding the pressure
are corporate mandates that call for
reduced expenses and the need to
equip field technicians, who are
tasked with installing, verifying,
maintaining, and troubleshooting
these high-speed, high-bandwidth
network services in the access and
metro networks, with the appropriate
instruments and training.
Field technicians, who are tasked with
installing and maintaining these
networks, must learn how to test a
wide variety of technologies while
they strive to reach new levels of
productivity. To perform these tasks,
technicians need an increased
amount of equipment and additional
training to operate each device effectively. In addition, operators must be
able to manage the conflicting
demands of technicians, who need
the proper equipment and training to
do their jobs, and executives, who
are keeping close control on capital
expenses and operating costs.
The ANT-5 rises to the challenge
The rugged, battery-powered,
lightweight Acterna ANT-5 SDH
Access Tester contains all the powerful features and functions that
technicians need to test a range of
SDH/SONET/PDH and ATM digital
links both on site and from a remote
location. Its price/performance
benefits extend to both operators and
technicians by enabling more tests to
be performed on multiple technologies with less equipment and lower
costs.
Highlights
– Smallest and lightest test solution
for DS1/E1 to 622 Mbps testing at
1310 nm and 1550 nm
– Optical layer testing at dual
wavelengths at STM-1/OC-3 and
STM-4/OC-12 and electrical testing
at DS1/E1/E3/DS3/E4 interfaces
– Full analysis of concatenated
mappings with SDH/SONET signals
VC-4-4C/OC-12C
– In depth PDH analysis with Sabit
generation and flexible
MUX/DEMUX test configuration
– ATM analysis for service verification
of ATM and 3G/UMTS networks
testing new ATM services carried
over PDH, SDH/SONET
The portable solution
Easiest handheld to learn and use
Extensive SDH/SONET features
The ANT-5’s compact, robust design is
ideal for field and central office applications. The convenient, built-in stand
and comfortable carry strap enable
hands-free testing in any location. And
its extended battery life means testing
can be undertaken even when AC
power is not on hand.
Access technicians need a tester that
can simplify their key tasks without
extensive training. With its large color
screen, graphical user interface, and
ergonomic keypad, the ANT-5 is the
easiest to learn and use handheld on
the market. Other features include:
– Labelled LEDs that show current
and historical alarms
– OK results summary and pass/fail
results screen displays
– Autosave of test results
– Fast store and recall of key network
configurations
– Automatic tests
The ANT-5 is packed with SDH and
SONET test features covering all the
installation and maintenance tasks up
to 622 Mbps:
– STM-1e/STS-3 interface
– STM-1/OC-3 to STM-4/OC-12
optical ports
– 1310 nm and 1550 nm wavelengths
– Anomaly and defect generation and
analysis
– APS measurement
– RTD test
– SOH and POH analysis and
manipulation
– Path trace generation and analysis
– Tandem connection monitoring (TCM)
– Automatic tributary scanning
– Pointer analysis
Optional carry cases protect the ANT-5
when technicians travel between sites
and provide a safe and convenient
place for storing cables and accessories.
Access technicians’ tool of choice
The ANT-5 provides all the transmission test functions required in today’s
access network:
– Optical power measurement
– Bit error rate testing
– G.821, G.826, G.828, G.829,
M.2100, M.2101 analysis
– Received signal offset measurement
– Transmit signal offset and generation
– Tabular and graphical event
recording
STM-4
AUG 4
AU-4-4c
VC-4-4c
C-4-4c
STM-1
AUG 1
AU-4
VC-4
C-4
TUG-3
AU-3
TU-3
ATM/IP: 599 040 kbps*
ATM 149 760 kbps*
E4: 139 264 kbps
VC-3
VC-3
C-3
DS3: 44 736 kbps
E3: 34 368 kbps
TUG-2
*Available with SW release 9.x (June 2003)
figure 1 STM mapping structure (SDH systems)
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TU-12
VC-12
C-12
E1: 2 048 kbps
TU-11
VC-11
C-11
DS1: 1 544 kbps
Full PDH support
From 1.5 Mbps to 140 Mbps including
Nx64 Kbps, the ANT-5 can test all PDH
tributaries and legacy PDH hierarchy
transmission systems using high-level
functions that include E1 Sa bit generation and display.
ATM service verification
UMTS network rollout and ADSL growth
is increasing the use of ATM in the
access network. The ANT-5 enables the
installation and maintenance of ATM
carried over PDH, SDH, and SONET networks that include:
– E1, E3 (G.832), DS3, E4
– VC-4/OC-12
PVC cells can be generated over UNI
and NNI with CBR and VBR traffic load
profiles up to STM-4c rates.
Service quality can be checked using
BER or O.191 measurements. Link and
channel performance can be monitored while traffic statistics are
recorded.
OC-3/-12
Simple test and results
management
Flexible, cost-effective platform
Thanks to its built-in Ethernet port,
CompactFlash memory card port, and
printer port, the ANT-5 can integrate
more effectively and more simply with
day-to-day operations.
– Export standard test setups to other
ANT-5s or PCs via the CompactFlash
card
– Exchange results over LANs using
Windows-based PCs
– Print test reports
Advanced remote testing
capability
The ANT-5 provides out-of-the-box
remote testing capability over Ethernet
and dial up lines. As a result, technicians can poll instruments remotely
from their offices, simplifying long-term
commissioning and maintenance tests
and dramatically reducing travel time
and costs. Test results can be saved to
any network hard disk or printed from
any network printer for convenient
analysis.
The ANT-5’s flexible design enables it
to be adapted quickly to operators’
changing requirements. And its field
upgradeable capability, provided by
the CompactFlash port, enables
technicians in the field to install
software in minutes.
Hardware upgrades can be purchased
to add optical bandwidths or wavelengths. This protects the initial
investment and reduces additional
training expenses while allowing
operators to match capital expenditures to network rollout plans.
This Acterna offering is an industryleading access tester that sets new
standards for portability, ease of use,
and adaptability. The ANT-5 is the ideal
device for field technicians who need
to test a range of SDH, PDH, SONET,
and ATM digital links both on site and
from a remote location. As a result, the
ANT-5 provides a significant advantage
for companies that wish to optimize
quality of service using a costeffective, industry-proven solution.
OC-N
STS-N
STS-12c
STS-12c SPE
ATM/IP: 599 040 kbps*
STS-3c
STS-3c SPE
E4: 139 264 kbps
ATM*
STS-1
STS-1 SPE
DS3: 44 736 kbps
E3: 34 368 kbps
ATM*
VT-Group
VT2
VT2 SPE
E1: 2 048 kbps
VT1.5
VT1 SPE
DS1: 1 544 kbps
*Available with SW release 9.x (June 2003)
figure 2 STS mapping structure (SONET systems)
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Technical specifications
G.957 optical transmitter and receiver (options)
G.703 transmitters
– Class 1 laser product
Connectors
-FC-PC connectors
Transmitter wavelengths
-1310 nm and 1550 nm
Line bit rates
- 155.52 Mbps
- 622.08 Mbps
Line code
Option
BN4565/00.01 STM-1 1310 nm
BN4565/00.02 STM-1 1550 nm
BN4565/00.03 STM-1 1310+1550nm
BN4565/00.14 STM-1/4 1310+1550nm
BN4565/00.64 STM-1/4 1310 nm LR
Optical overload
Receiver wavelength range
BNC 75 Ω unbalanced outputs
Bit rates and line codes
– 2048, 34368 Kbps
– 44736 Kbps(1)
– 139264, 155520 Kbps
RJ48 120 Ω balanced output
Bit rate and line codes
– 2048 Kbps
HDB3
B3ZS
CMI
HDB3
G.703 receivers
BNC 75 Ω unbalanced inputs
Bit rates and line codes
– 2048, 34368 Kbps
– 44736 Kbps(1)
– 139264, 155520 Kbps
RJ48 120 Ω balanced input
Bit rate and line codes
– 2048 Kbps
HDB3
B3ZS
CMI
HDB3
20 dB
26 dB
PDH T1 interface (requires option T1 adapter)
Connectors
Input impedance
Bit rate
Line Code
(1)
4
ANSI T1.101 compliant
scrambled NRZ
Input sensitivity
-28 dBm
-28 dBm
-28 dBm
-28 dBm
-28 dBm
–1 to –2 dBm
1100 to 1600 nm
Transmit clock synchronization
Clock recovery
- Pulling range as G.703
Selectable input gain
– 155520 Kbps
– 2048, 34368, 44736, 139264 Kbps
Output levels
–8 to –15 dBm /
–
–
/ 0 to –5 dBm
–8 to –15 dBm / 0 to –5 dBm
–8 to –15 dBm / 0 to –5 dBm
+3 to –2 dBm /
–
Bantam
100Ω
1544 Kbps
B8ZS
Internal stability
Tx Bit Rate offset
Step size
External clock (SDH transmitter)
Connector
Reference clock
Reference signal
±3.6 ppm
±100 ppm
0.1 ppm
BNC 75 Ω
(120 Ω via external adapter)
2048 kHz
2048 Kbps (HDB3)
Mappings (to ITU G.707)
Test patterns
Error measurements
The following mappings are provided as standard
with the instrument
– C12 mapping
(2 Mbps in STM-1, AU-4,
asynchronous mode)
– C3 mapping
(34 Mbps in STM-1, AU-4)
– C3 mapping
(45 Mbps in STM-1, AU-4)
– C4 mapping
(140 Mbps in STM-1)
Test patterns may be generated and measured for
any of the provided bit rates either directly at the
SDH/PDH interface or within the STM-4/STM-1
substructure. Additionally, test patterns can be
generated and measured at 64 Kbps and nx64
Kbps rates within an E1 frame.
PRBS:
215–1, 220–1, 223–1, 231–1,
215–1 inv., 220–1 inv.,
223–1 inv, 231–1 inv.
Programmable word
16 bits
Error types
B1, B2, B3, MS-REI, HP-REI, LP-REI, TSE, LP-BIP,
PDH, FAS-45, FAS-34, FAS-2,FAS-1.5, REI-45, CPBIT, EBIT-2, CRC-2, code errors (2 Mbps), HP-IEC,
LP-IEC, HP-OEI, HP-TC-DIFF, HP-TC-REI
SDH output signals
STM-1 signal consists of one VC-n container with
– Framed or unframed PDH test pattern
– Test pattern without stuffing bits (bulk signal to
O.181)
Content of nonselected containers
– STM-1 PRBS 211–1 (framed/unframed as per
selected container)
STM-4 signal consists of one VC-n
container with
– Framed or unframed PDH test pattern or test
pattern without stuffing bits (bulk signal to
O.181)
– three VC-4 containers each filled with a fixed
pattern of 11100110
SOH and POH generation
The content of all bytes, with the exception of
A1/A2, B1/B2/B3 and H1 to H4, is programmable
with any byte.
– Selectable synchronization messages (S byte)
– Selectable signal labels (C byte)
– Trace identifier
– J0 programmable 1 byte hexadecimal or 16 byte
ASCII sequence with CRC
– J1, J2 programmable 16 byte ASCII sequence
with CRC or 64 byte ASCII sequence
PDH output signals
Signal structures for all bit rates
– Unframed test pattern
– Framed test pattern (to ITU-T O.150)
– Frame types
– 1544 Kbps unframed, SF, ESF
– 2048 Kbps unframed, PCM31, PCM31CRC,
– PCM30, PCM30 CRC (to ITU G.704)
– 34368 Kbps unframed, framed G.751,
framed G.832
– 44736 Kbps unframed, framed C-parity,
framed M13
– 139264 Kbps unframed, framed G.751
Alarm detection
All alarms are monitored and detected
simultaneously.
Alarm types
Anomaly and defect insertion
Defect generation
Static
ON/OFF
Anomaly generation
single or at a continuous error ratio of 1x10–n where
the range of n is as indicated below
LOS, OOF, LOF, MS-AIS, MS-RDI, RS-TIM, AU-AIS,
AU-LOP, AU-NDF, HP-RDI, HP-UNEQ, HP-TIM,
HP-PLM, TU-AIS, TU-LOP, TU-LOM, LP-RDI, LP-PLM,
LP-UNEQ, LP-TIM, LSS, LP-RFI, PDH-AIS, PDH-RDI,
Idle, yellow (45 Mbps only)
Receive signal frequency measurement
Payload
Bit errors (TSEs): n=2-9
SDH structure
Anomalies
B1, B3
n=4-9
MS-REI, LP-BIP (except C4),
LP-REI (except C4)
n=3-10
B2
n=3-9
HP-REI
n=4-10
SDH anomaly burst generation anomalies:
B1, B2, MS-REI, B3, HP-REI, LP-BIP, LP-REI
Anomalies are injected in n consecutive frames
every m frames or seconds
Defects
LOS, LOF, RS-TIM, MS-AIS, MS-RDI, AU-LOP,
AU-AIS, HP-UNEQ, HP-RDI, HP-TIM, HP-PLM,
TU-LOP, TU-AIS, TU-LOM, LP-UNEQ, LP-RDI,
LP-TIM, LP-PLM, LP-RFI
PDH structure
Anomalies
FAS
n=3-10
EBIT (framed 2 Mbps only)
n=3-10
CODE (framed 2 Mbps only)
n=3-8
CRC (framed 2 Mbps and 1.5 Mbps
ESF only)
n=3-9
P-BIT (framed 45 Mbps only)
n=4-8
Defects
AIS, LOF, RDI
Yellow, idle (45 Mbps only)
SDH and PDH receive signals
Signal structures as for generator unit
Receive signal frequency is displayed and
deviation from nominal shown in ppm.
Resolution
0.1ppm
OK summary display
Display of large OK for error free circuits for fast
and simple installation checks. Upon detection of
any anomaly or defect the OK is removed and
replaced with a hierarchical list of events –
allowing easy diagnosis of problems. Display of
signal structure with BER or BLER displayed
simultaneously.
LED event history
On screen soft LEDs and defect panel alarms can
be set to display historical events. These are
displayed yellow to easily distinguish them from
current alarms that are displayed red.
Performance analysis
ITU-T recommendation G.821
ES, EFS, SES, DM and UAS are evaluated. Pass/fail
assessment based on line length allocation of 1 to
100%. Evaluation for higher bit rates (up to 140
Mbps) is obtained using a multiplex factor as per
annex D of G.821. Measurements can be made
using the following events: bit errors (TSEs),
FAS-2, CRC-4 and E bit and code errors (2 Mbps),
FAS-34, FAS-140.
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ITU-T recommendation G.826
Defect panel
Round trip delay (RTD)
EB, BBE, ES, EFS, SES, and UAS are evaluated.
pass/fail assessment based on line length
allocation of 1 to 100%. The SES and UAS
thresholds can be set by users.
In-service measurement (ISM)
Simultaneous in-service measurement of the near
end and far end of a selected path:
Measurements can be made using the following
events: RSOH B1, MSOH B2, HP B3, FAS-140, FAS-34,
FAS-2, CRC and code errors (2 Mbps), LP-BIP.
Out-of-service measurement (OOS)
Out-of-service measurement using bit errors in the
test pattern (for PDH and SDH).
On-screen hierarchical LED indication of defects.
Resolution
+/- 1 µs
Except for:
E1 PDH
+/- 100 µs
E1 SDH VC12
+/- 100 µs
E2 (when carried within PDH E3 or E4) +/- 10 µs
VC11/12bulk
+/- 10 µs
Measurement range
10 s
Pointer analysis
Pointers analysed AU, TU
Current pointer values displayed
Displays counts of:
– pointer increments
– pointer decrements
– increments and decrements, sum and difference
– new data flags (NDFs)
Average deviation (in ppm) of AU and TU
User selectable recording of pointer events into the
event log.
Event log
Tabular display of time stamped events.
Anomaly count
Table of all anomalies with measured count and
ratio.
Graphical display (histogram)
Display of errors and alarms as bar graphs versus
time.
Zoom function allows display resolution of seconds,
minutes, hours and days.
ITU-T recommendation G.828 Results
ES, EFS, SES, BBE, SEP, UAS
Pass/fail assessment based on path allocation
of 1 to 100%.
The SES and UAS thresholds can be set by users.
Hierarchy
RSOH B1, MSOH B2, HP B3, LP-BIP, TSE.
SOH and POH evaluation
Display of complete SOH and POH in hex, binary
and ASCII formats.
Text decode of S and C bytes for the trace identifier.
J0 display of 16 byte ASCII sequence.
J1, J2 display of 16 or 64 byte ASCII sequence.
ITU-T recommendation G.829 Results
Tandem connection monitoring (TCM)
ES, EFS, SES BBE, UAS
The SES threshold can be set by users.
Hierarchy
RSOH B1, MSOH B2, TSE.
Analysis of N1 and N2 bytes
Monitoring/display of:
TC-IEC, TC-AIS, TC-REI, TC-OEI, TC-UNEQ, LTC,
TC-AIS, TC-RDI, TC-ODI, TC-REI
Online display of TCM access point identifier
TCM error measurement
Incoming B3/computed BIP comparison
ITU-T recommendation M.2100
ES, EFS, SES and UAS are evaluated. Pass/fail
assessment based on line length allocation
of 1 to 100%. The UAS and BISO (bringing into
service objectives) thresholds can be set by users.
PDH systems
Measurements can be made using the following
events: TSEs, FAS-2, FAS-34, FAS-140, CRC, and
code errors (2 Mbps).
ITU-T recommendation M.2101
ES, EFS, SES, BBE, SEP, and UAS are evaluated.
Pass/fail assessment based on line length allocation of 1 to 100%. The UAS and BISO (bringing into
service objectives) thresholds can be set by users.
ISM simultaneously for near end and far end of a
selected path:
Measurements can be made using the following
events: TSE, LP-BIP, HP-B3, MSOH-B2, RSOH-B1.
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Auto protection switching (APS)
Operates on SDH and PDH interfaces
Measurement triggers
MS-AIS, AU-AIS, TU-AIS, or bit error
Pass/fail user specified time limit
– 10 to 2000 µs
– 1 µs resolution
Repetitive BER test
BER evaluation over user definable period 1-99
seconds
Automatically repeating feature
Progress bar displays the current test period
Large character display of BER result
VC-12 tributary scan
Enables sequential BER testing of C12 channels
using configured test pattern. Automatically
scans selected VC-12 containers for defects and
anomalies.
Concatenated mappings option (BN4565/00.59)
Enables measurements of contiguous concatenated
signals:
VC-4-4c (valid only with option BN4565/00.14)
STS-12c (valid only with option BN4565/00.14 and
BN4565/00.62)
PDH mux/demux option (BN4565/00.58)
Remote operation option (BN4565/00.60)
Ethernet Port
For testing of legacy PDH systems. Generates
structured signals from nx64 Kbps to 140 Mbps.
Output signal hierarchy 2, 34, 140 Mbps
Structure depth nx64 Kbps, 2, 8, 34 Mbps
E1 Sa bit Tx generation and Rx display
Enables ANT-5 to be remotely operated via V.24 or
Ethernet from a s/w emulation of the instrument
GUI running on a Windows PC.
Connector
RJ-45
10BaseT
TCP/IP
SONET STS-1/STS-3c/OC12c(3) mapping option
(BN4565/00.62)
Enables to generate and receive STS-3/OC3
and OC12 signals. Transmitter and receiver
specifications as defined. Signal structures and
measurements as defined for SDH above.
The following mapping is provided:
– 599040 Kbps via STS-12c SPE
– E4 via STS-3c SPE
– DS3/E3 via STS-1 SPE
SDH AU-3/SONET VT mapping option
(BN 4565/00.53)
Remote control option (BN4565/00.61)
Enables ANT-5 to be remotely controlled over V.24
using SCPI command set.
Measurement timers
Variable 1 second to 99 days
Measurement start manual or delayed start timer
Measurement stop manual or automatic timer
Display of elapsed time hh:mm:ss
Results memory
Display
Color TFT LCD screen
Resolution 320 x 240 pixels
Languages
The user interface can be displayed in the following
languages:
English, German, French, Spanish, Portuguese, and
Chinese
Resolution of error events 1 second
Alarm resolution 100 ms
Memory capacity up to 10,000 entries (approx.
seven days at one entry per minute)
CompactFlash Card Slot
Alarm notification
In the event of an AC line power failure during a
measurement, continues to perform measurements
using its internal batteries.
AU-3 mapping function enables testing of DS-1,
E1, E3 and DS3 tributaries mapped into STM-1
signal via VC-3/AU-3:
VC11/TU11 (1544Kbps in STM-1 via TU11, AU3)
VC11/TU12 (1544Kbps in STM-1 via TU12, AU3)
VC12
(2048Kbps in STM-1 via TU12, AU3)
VC3
(34368Kbps in STM-1 via VC3, AU3)
VC3
(44736Kbps in STM-1 via VC3, AU3)
The VT mapping function enables testing of DS-1
and E1 tributaries mapped into an STS-1 SPE via
VT-1.5 and VT2 SPEs (requires option
BN 4565/00.62 SONET STS-1/STS-3c/OC12c
mapping)
Setups and measurement results can be printed
using printers compatible with DeskJet, Thinkjet,
Epson 9, and Epson 24 print drivers.
Printer/remote interface
– Serial V.24/RS 232
– Parallel using adapter cable K1589
ATM (option)
Result export
For testing of ATM services carried over PDH, SDH,
and SONET
– Tests ATM over E1, E3, DS3, E4, VC-4/0C12 and
VC-4c/0C12c
– CBR and VBR traffic generation
– Full cell header editing
– Cell BER tests
– O.191 QoS measurements
– ATM link and channel statistics
– OAM cell generation and analysis for VC/VP AIS
and RDI
– ATM Channel Explorer
Results can be exported to PC in .CSV format using
V.24, Ethernet (requires remote operation option
BN4565/00.60) or a CompactFlash card. These can
be processed using standard PC software, such as
Excel™, Word™.
Anomalies and defects are indicated via LEDs, onscreen graphic icons and via an audio beeper.
CompactFlash card
- Type I and II
Power outage function
General specifications
Printing
Result evaluation (off line)
Results (ANT-5 format) can be loaded, analyzed
and printed by any Windows™-based PC using the
ANT-5 Off-line Viewer SW.
Power supply
AC line voltage using series specific adapter
100 to 240 V
AC line frequency
50/60 Hz
Typical operating time on batteries
3 hours
Safety class to IEC 1010-1 Part 1
(for connection to SELV only)
Pollution environment degree 2
Installation category II (indoor use)
Ambient temperature
Nominal range of use
+5° C to +45° C
Storage and transport range
–20° C to +60° C
Weight and dimensions (L x W x H)
- 275 mm x 197 mm x 76 mm
- Weight
2.2 kg
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Accessories
Ordering information
ANT-5 STM-1/4
BN 4565/10
Options
STM-1 optical FC/PC 1310 nm
BN4565/00.01
STM-1 optical FC/PC 1550 nm
BN4565/00.02
STM-1 optical FC/PC 1310 and 1550 nm
BN4565/00.03
STM-1/4 optical FC/PC 1310 and 1550 nm
BN4565/00.14
STM-1/4 optical FC/PC 1310 long reach
BN4565/00.64
Concatenated mappings
BN4565/00.59
PDH mux/demux
BN4565/00.58
Remote operation
BN4565/00.60
Remote control
BN4565/00.61
SONET STS-1/STS-3c/OC-12c mapping
BN4565/00.62
SDH AU3/SONET VT mapping factory fitted
BN4565/93.53
SDH AU3/SONET VT mapping customer installed
BN4565/95.53
ATM option factory fitted
BN4565/93.54
ATM option customer installed
BN4565/95.54
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CF card (16 Mbyte) and adapter
Printer cable
Modem cable
Serial to parallel printer cable
Hard carrying case
Soft carrying case
T1 adapter for ANT-5
BN4565/00.42
K1524
K1550
K1589
BN4565/00.76
BN4518/00.08
BN 4565/00.78
Singlemode optical cables
FC-PC/FC-PC
FC-PC/SC-PC
DIN47256/FC-PC
FC-PC/E-2000
FC-PC/E-2000 APC
FC-PC/ST-PC
FC-PC/RADIALL VFO
FC-PC/FC-APC
FC-APC/FC-APC
K1605
K1606
K1607
K1608
K1609
K1610
K1611
K1612
K1613
Electrical cables
BNC/BNC (2 m)
RJ-48/2 x cf
RJ-48/RJ-48
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72800 Eningen u.A.
Germany
Tel: +49 7121 86 2222
Fax:+49 7121 86 1222
Eastern Europe,
Middle East & Africa
Elisabethstrasse 36
2500 Baden
Austria
Tel: +43 2252 85 521 0
Fax:+43 2252 80 727
Acterna AdvantageSM – adding value
with global services and solutions
From basic instrument support for
your field technicians to management
of complex, company-wide initiatives,
Acterna’s service professionals are
committed to helping you maximize
your return on investment. Whatever
your needs – product support, system
management, education services,
or business planning and consulting –
we offer programs that will give you
the competitive edge. This is the
foundation of Acterna Advantage.
Acterna is the world’s largest provider
of test and management solutions for
optical transport, access and cable
networks, and the second largest
communications test company overall.
Focused entirely on providing
equipment, software, systems, and
services, Acterna helps customers
develop, install, manufacture and
maintain optical transport, access,
cable, data/IP, and wireless networks.
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Acterna, LLC.
All rights reserved.
Note: Specifications,
terms and conditions
are subject to change
without notice.
Acterna, The Keepers of
Communications, and
its logo are trademarks
of Acterna, LLC. All
other trademarks and
registered trademarks
are the property of their
respective owners. Major
Acterna operations sites
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1st Neopalimovskiy Per.
15/7 (4th floor)
RF 119121 Moscow
Russia
Tel: +7 095 248 2508
Fax:+7 095 248 4189
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