Installing and maintaining 2M and data circuits in the field requires the right tools. The INTERCEPTOR 147 Communications Analyser was specifically designed to meet this challenge by providing innovative and powerful testing features in an easy-to-use, rugged package.
The INTERCEPTOR 147 Communications Analyser offers a complete set of in-service and out-ofservice 2M tests and measurements to evaluate circuit performance and isolate problems. The inclusion of five standard data interfaces allows full span testing at subrate access points as well as a mux/demux mode which allows for wrapping around multiplexers and NTUs. Advanced network synchronisation and VF analysis add to the unit¿s versatility.
Set-ups are simplified because the INTERCEPTOR 147 Communications Analyser automatically configures to the signal under test. Status indicators, result LEDs, and summary categories provide an instant view of instrument set-up and circuit activity, making problem isolation quick and easy.
The powerful testing capabilities of the unit, combined with field ruggedness, and a weight of just 1.84 kg (4 pounds), make the INTERCEPTOR 147 Communications Analyser ideal for any field service situation.
Supports Five Data Communications Interfaces: V.11 (RS-449), V.24 (RS-232), V.35/306, X.21, and 64 kbps codirectional, to provide synchronous and asynchronous testing.
Live 2M Testing: Thoroughly test 2M, Nx64 kbps, and GSM 16 kbps subrate services. Insert monitor and test patterns on any selected timeslot without affecting live traffic.
Test Subrate and Data Applications: Enables synchronous and asynchronous testing and DTE and DCE emulation rates from 50 bps to 2M.
Reduce Set-up Time: Auto-configuration instantly determines the framing and pattern, while the active TIMESLOTS display simplifies monitoring of channel call activity and loading.
Qualify VF, Data, and CAS: Monitor CAS signalling, data, and VF traffic using ABCD bit display, receive byte display, and built-in speaker.
Synchronise Network Timing: With Timing Analysis option, use standard pattern slip and frequency deviation measurements to diagnose faulty network timing. -->
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