The Tektronix BSX Series BERTScope bit error rate tester
features customizable pattern sequencers and capture-and-decode triggering to gain insight into a problem's root cause."
Retimer functionality supports both receive and transmit functions for full duplex 4x25-28 operation Support for 100G IEEE and OIF standards Strong self-adaptive equalizer with multi-tap DFE and programmable transmit equalization target extended reach up to OIF CEI LR reach for line card, module, copper cable and backplane applications Reverse polarity control for inputs and outputs Self test capabilities, such as on-chip PRBS generator, bit error rate tester
, eye opening and eye monitoring Built using low-power standard CMOS technology
This bit error rate tester
(BERT) is designed for manufacturing testing of 10 Gbps SONET OC-192 SDH STM64 components.
The D3371-2V-3V Bit Error Rate Tester
(BERT) answers the need for a fast, simple tool with which designers can accurately test the performance of communication components and systems and analyze the acquired results.
A BIT ERROR RATE TESTER
(BERT) solution for OC-48c optical SONET/SDH interfaces provides Layer 1 performance analysis of SONET and optical networks.
Currently available are: Serialtest Async and Serialtest Spy for Windows 95/98/NT (async serial data and protocol analyzers), Serialtest ComProbe(R) for Win 95/98/NT (a sync and async serial data and protocol analyzer), and SerialBERT(R) for Windows 95/98/NT (Bit Error Rate Tester
.) We plan to release Ethertest(R) (Ethernet LAN analyzer) in the second quarter, 2000.
BIT ERROR RATE TESTER
merges asynchronous, synchronous, T1, and E1 performance measurements.
Essentially, the MT8801B is eight instruments in one: a cellular/PCS base station simulator, 3 GHz RF spectrum analyzer, digital modulation analyzer covering 300 kHz to 3 GHz, audio analyzer/generator, analog modulation analyzer, digital modulation analyzer with [less than or equal to] two percent error, power meter with built-in thermocouple sensor and bit error rate tester
. The analyzer's typical output screen displaying an 835 MHz modulated signal is shown in Figure 1.
Probe and test set features include a bit error rate tester