Handheld ADSL2+ Tester Simulates an ADSL Modem

Toronto, Canada – GAO Comm (www.GAOComm.com) recommends this portable ADSL2+ tester designed for the testing and maintenance of ADSL equipment. It tests ADSL physical layers, ADSL network layers and ADSL lines. The tester performs line parameter testing including up and down channel rate, line attenuation, noise margin, transmission power and the utilization ratio of a channel. It automatically detects line errors and displays such alarms as signal loss, frame loss, power loss and cell loss at both the proximal end and remote end. Its compact design makes it an ideal tool for field testing.
This handheld ADSL2+ tester, model 701D, functions as an ADSL modem to simulate computer logon and verify the operation performance of the terminal equipment. It can also act as a digital multi-meter to test subscriber telephone connectivity and line parameters. Its multi-task feature allows the ADSL2+ tester to conduct new tests while the operator reviews previous test results. It stores up to seven test settings and one thousand test results making set-up and testing fast and efficient. Additionally, test results can be uploaded conveniently via an RS232 interface.
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GAO Comm (www.GAOComm.com) is an international leading provider of communication test instruments, equipment for the installation, testing and maintenance of communications infrastructures.

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