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Telecommunications Techniques Corporation T-Berd 107A Analyzer
Telecommunications Techniques Corporation
Modèle: T-Berd 107A
Date: 1994
Catégorie: Mètres
Groupe: Analyzer
Description: T-Carrier Analyzer

The T-BERD 107 Ais a full-featured, hand-held T1 Test Set designed for outside plant testing. It can be used during circuit installation, acceptance testing, and fault isolation. The T-BERD 107 A can monitor a T1 circuit without interrupting service, generate and receive test patterns during out-of-service circuit testing, and emulate a network device, such as a Network Interface Unit (NIU) or Channel Service Unit (CSU). In addition, the T-BERD 107 A detects and isolates problems related to customer premises equipment (e.g., NIU) and detects problems originating from the T1 span. D1D, D4, ESF, and SLC-96™ framing patterns offer compatibility with a variety of framing formats. An unframed mode is also available for applications where framing is not required. Automated BRIDGTAP™ pattern sequence detects bridge taps on a T1 span by automatically generating 21 test patterns and monitoring the returned signal for errors. Automated MULTIPAT™ pattern sequence generates five standard test patterns with variable dura- tions that eliminate the need to perform separate tests with each pattern. Logic error, bipolar violation, and frame error (CRC error if ESF framing) analysis are performed simultaneously with the associated error rate and eirored seconds measurements. Complete signal analysis includes signal level, timing slips, received clock frequency, and simplex current measurements. In-band and ESF out-of-band loopback codes enable the instrument to loopback or emulate devices that accept eitherin-band or out-of-band loop codes. Bit-Patterned Message (BPM) recognition enables the T-BERD 107A to identify and display BPMs from the ESI' datalink in accordance with ANSI T1.403. In addition, the T-BERD 107A can generate BPMs. Channel drop feature displays user-selected DSO channel signaling bits, data bits, and VF frequency/ level measurements. In addition, the selected DSO channel is dropped to the internal speaker and the VF OUT jack for analysis by an external TIMS Test Set. SUMMARY category display s either ALL RESULTS OK or any out-of-specification or non-zero results, eliminating the need to search through long lists of test results. AUTO mode lets the T-BERD I07A configure itself to the proper framing, coding, and pattern. No setup is required when monitoring live circuits. Logic error and bipolarviolation (BPV) insertion enables the T-BERD 107 A to simulate span and equipment errors. Line Build-Out selections add troubleshooting capability to uncover marginal problems such as cable crosstalk and bridge taps. Rechargeable battery and AC power adapter provide operating flexibility to meet different testing needs. The lead-acid battery provides four hours of continuous cord-free operation and can be recharged from the T-BERD 107A AC power adapter. VF OUT jack enables the T-BERD 107A to drop a voice frequency signal from one channel to an external Test Set for analy sis. RS-232 Interface connector enables the T-BERD 107A to print test results and test setup for various tests.

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Type manuel: Manuel de l'utilisateur TTC-8386-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Pages: 90
Taille: 7.72 Mbytes (8093069 Bytes)
Langue: Anglais
Révision: C
Numéro d’identification: 50-12742-01
Date: 01 décembre 1994
Qualité: Document scanné, tous les lisible.
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User's Guide The T-BERD107A User’s Guide offers an easy, direct method to setup and operate the T-BERD 107 A within your network. It presents the most often used test setups in complete and concise steps. Illustrations, helpful notes, and step-by-step procedures make this usee’s guide a unique aid for new and experienced users. This user’s guide is designed for the user who needs to know the basics about setting up and operating the T-BERD 107Ainashort amount of time. If you are unfamiliar with the instrument, please refer to the T-BERD 107A Reference Manual for more detailed information. If you should require additional help, call TTC Customer Service at (800) 638-2049. This manual contains applications for the following T-BERD 107A options. The options used are identified at the beginning of the application. One or more of the options may be used in a single application. # SLC Datalink Decode Option ® Advanced Stress Patterns Option ® Enhanced ESF Option * Intelligent Network Support Option 9 Fractional T1 Option This manual is organized into the following sections: BASIC SETUPS — Describes setting up the T-BERD 107A to test T1 circuits, printout hard cqpiesof test configurations and test results, and perform timed testing. APPLICATIONS —Presents setup procedures and results interpretation for a number of T-BERD 107A applications. Each application identifies the test scenario, the purpose of the test, andtherequired Accessories or options. The tests are grouped as follows: - Testing T1 Networks - Testing SLC-96™ Circuits - Smart NIU Testing - Intelligent Network Testing


Type manuel: Manuel de l'utilisateur TTC-8385-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Pages: 286
Taille: 6.73 Mbytes (7058035 Bytes)
Langue: Anglais
Révision: C
Numéro d’identification: 50-12741-01
Date: 01 décembre 1994
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This manual provides information about the physical features, functional operation, and specifications of the Telecommunications Techniques Corporation (TTC) T-BERD 107A T-Carrier Analyzer. In addition to this manual, a T-BERD 107A User’s Guide provides information on setting up and operating the T-BERD 107A in a number of in- service and out-of-service applications. 1.1 INTRODUCTION ... 1-1 1.2 INSTRUMENT OVERVIEW ... 1-1 1.3 STANDARD FEATURES ... 1-2 1.4 OPTIONS ... 1-4 1.5 Accessories ... 1-5 1.6 CABLES ... 1-7 1.7 ORDERING INFORMATION ... 1-8 I I i MIHiJ: 2.1 UNPACKING AND INITIAL INSPECTION ... 2-1 2.2 EQUIPMENT INCLUDED ... 2-1 2.3 WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS ... 2-2 2.4 POWER REQUIREMENTS ... 2-2 2.5 INSTRUMENT SELF-TEST/ CHECKOUT ... 2-5 2.6 MAINTENANCE ... 2-19 2.7 BATTERY REPLACEMENT ... 2-20 2.8 WARRANTY ... 2-22 2.9 EQUIPMENT RETURN INSTRUCTIONS ... 2-24 3.1 OVERVIEW ... 3-1 3.2 MAINFRAME—TEST SETUP ... 3-3 3.3 MAINFRAME —TEST CONNECTIONS ... 3-17 3.4 MAINFRAME — TEST RESULTS ... 3-21 3.5 MAINFRAME—TROUBLESHOOTING CONTROLS ... 3-29 3.6 MAINFRAME — PRINTER CONTROL. 3-34 3.7 SLCDATALINK DECODE OPTION — INTRODUCTION ... 3-35 3.8 SLCDATALINK DECODE OPTION — TEST SETUP ... 3-35 3.9 SLCDATALINK DECODE OPTION — TEST RESULTS ... 3-36 3.10 ADVANCED STRESS PATTERNS OPTION —INTRODUCTION ... 3-39 3.11 ADVANCED STRESS PATTERNS OPTION —TESTSETUP ... 3-39 3.12 ENHANCED ESFOPTION — INTRODUCTION ... 3-43 3.13 ENHANCED ESF OPTION — TEST SETUP ... 3-43 3.14 ENHANCED ESF OPTION — TESTRESULTS ... 3-45 3.15 ENHANCED ESF OPTION — PRINTER CONTROL ... 3-51 3.16 SMART LOOPBACK/COMMAND CODES OPTION —INTRODUCTION ... 3-53 3.17 SMART LOOPBACK/COMMAND CODES OPTION —TEST SETUP ... 3-53 3.18 SMART LOOPBACK/COMMAND CODES OPTION —TROUBLESHOOTING ... 3-54 3.19 FRACTIONALT1 OPTION — INTRODUCTION ... 3-55 3.20 FRACTIONAL T1 OPTION — TEST SETUP ... 3-55 3.21 FRACTIONAL T1 OPTION —TROUBLESHOOTING ... 3-5 4.1 INTRODUCTION ... 4-1 4.2 AUXILIARY FUNCTIONS ... 4-3 5.1 TESTRESULTS ... 5-1 5.2 SUMMARY CATEGORY ... 5-4 5.3 ERRORS CATEGORY ... 5-12 5.4 SIGNAL CATEGORY ... 5-15 5.5 TIMECATEGORY ... 5-19 5.6 DATAUNKCATEGORY ... 5-20 6.1 COMPATIBLE PRINTERS ... 6-1 6.2 PRINTER OPERATION ... 6-1 6.3 CONNECTING THE PRINTER ... 6-4 6.4 GENERATING A PRINTOUT ... 6-5 6.5 TYPES OF PRINTOUTS ... 6-7 7.1 INTRODUCTION ... 7-1 7.2 GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS ... 7-1 7.3 INPUT SPECIFICATIONS ... 7-2 7.4 OUTPUT SPECIFICATIONS ... 7-3 7.5 MEASUREMENTS ... 7-4 7.6 CONNECTORS ... 7-8 7.7 ALARM CRITERIA ... 7-8 7.8 PATTERN SPECIFICATIONS ... 7-10 7.9 LOOPCODES ... 7-12 7.10 GROUNDING ... 7-13 7.11 BATTERY ... 7-14


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