T-BERD

AcronymDefinition
T-BERDT-1 Bit Error Rate Detector
T-BERDTime Bearing Elevation Range Doppler
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Acterna, the leader in test and management solutions for consumer and business broadband communications, today announced the release of the all-in-one Transport Module for its T-BERD and MTS-8000 platforms.
The Module also continues the heritage of the T-BERD and MTS-8000 product line as the industry's most compact and cost-effective solution for optical network testing by combining test capability for 1.
TTC is known for its T-BERD and FIREBERD analyzers, CENTEST centralized test systems and TPI handheld instruments.
TTC, T-BERD, FIREBERD and CENTEST are registered trademarks of TTC, a division of Dynatech, LLC.
JDSU 40G products include the ONT, TestPoint, MAP-200, Hydra, and T-BERD /MTS platforms; the ONT was the first all-in-one tester for 40/43G, including jitter and wander.
17 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- JDSU today introduced new functionality for the T-BERD /MTS-8000 40G Transport module.
With the continued need for increased bandwidth, service providers can now rely on the JDSU T-BERD /MTS-8000 to deploy and troubleshoot 40/43G links for carrier interconnect and client-side applications instead of limiting the use of this high-speed technology to the core network.
July 20 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- JDSU today introduced new features to its widely adopted T-BERD /MTS-6000A platform that make it the industry's smallest and most complete all-in-one solution for testing Ethernet over SONET/SDH - using one module and one graphical user interface (GUI) for all interfaces up to 10G, which is essential for rapidly troubleshooting problems in the field.
The T-BERD /MTS-6000A GUI guides users directly to the network layer that is causing trouble without the need for them to be an expert in every layer.
The HP3-60 also works in tandem with the JDSU T-BERD /MTS 4000, 6000, and 8000 systems and is compatible with JDSU's library of over 200 tips and adapters for inspecting every connector in a network.