GL Communications Enhances T3 E3 Analyzer
GL Communications enhances the T3 E3 analyzer, including signal testing capabilities for unchannelized and channelized T3 E3 traffic.
FREMONT, CA: GL Communications, a leader in telecom test and measurement solutions, enhances the T3 E3 analyzer. GL’s T3 E3 Analyzer is potent of processing signaling, voice, and data in full T3 or E3 data streams, dropping and inserting T1 (DS1) or E1, and runs an analysis of HDLC, Frame Relay, ATM, and PPP Protocols. It includes several signal testing abilities for Unchannelized (Unstructured) and Channelized (Structured) T3 E3 Traffic.
GLs T3 E3 Analyzer can process signaling, voice, and data in full T3 (DS3) or E3 data streams, insert T1 or E1 and perform an analysis of HDLC, Frame Relay, and PPP Protocols. It includes several signal testing capabilities for Unchannelized (Unstructured) and Channelized (Structured) T3 E3 Traffic. A T3 line is an ultra-high-speed signal able to transmit data at rates up to 44.736 Mbps. An E3 signal is found at the third level within the Plesiochronous Digital Hierarchy and has a bit rate of 34.368 Mbps.
A T3 line is an ultra-high-speed signal potent of transmitting data at rates of about 44.736 Mbps. An E3 signal is found at the third level in the Plesiochronous Digital Hierarchy (PDH) and has a bit rate of around 34.368 Mbps. The channelized choice in the T3 E3 Analyzer uses a software-only method to assist direct access to all 2x28 T1s or 2x21 E1s or 2x16 E1s on a T3/E3 line per board for emulation, analysis, and tracking– all within a single PC, comprising differing T1/E1 framing formats, physical layer alarms, and payloads.
As depicted above, GL also provides mTOP T3 E3 Probe and Rack variants, which comprises one or more of the USB based T3 E3 Analyzer hardware unit coupled with essential PC interface, making it match for field testing and high-density lab testing (Rack version), respectively. GL also provides mTOP, E3 Probe, and Rack variants, including one or more of the USB-based T3 E3 Analyzer hardware units coupled with the necessary PC interface.
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