TTC 6000R-6001,600 FIREBERD Communications Analyzer

TTC 6000R-6001,600 FIREBERD Communications Analyzer
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TTC 6000R-6001,600 FIREBERD Communications Analyzer TTC 6000R-6001,600 FIREBERD Communications Analyzer TTC 6000R-6001,600 FIREBERD Communications Analyzer
TTC 6000R
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  • The Remote Control Feature  gives you the ability to control your FIREBERD 6000 via computer for automated testing. Ideal for the manufacturing environment
  • Stress patterns and transmit level selections test the operating limit of circuits and components.  Find marginal equipment or service deficiencies before they degrade network performance
  • T1 and G.703 jitter generation and measurement tools analyze impairments per CCITT Recommendations 0.171 and G.823 and AT&T PUBs 41451, 62411, and 43801
  • Built-in frequency synthesizer transmits clock frequencies for testing at standard and nonstandard rates from 50 Hz to 15 MHz
  • Measurements such as clock recovery, inverted clock and data detection, and round-trip delay offer sophisticated problem-solving capability
  • Full programmability - store and recall up to ten of your most frequently used test configurations
  • Built-in RS-232 Interface with DTE and DCE emulation for added convenience
  • Remote control and printer operation for centralized testing at any remote site, with printouts of all key test results as well as your instrument's current configuration


Modes of Operation
  • Emulation: Emulate DTE, Emulate DCE
  • System Configuration: Full-Duplex, Self-Loop
  • Timing Modes: Synchronous, Asynchronous, Recovered


Generator Timing
  • Ranges: Synchronous: 50 b/s to 52 Mb/s; Asynchronous: 50 b/s to 20 kb/s; Recovered Clock: 50 b/s to 520 kb/s
  • Timing Sources: Internal frequency synthesizer; BNC connector; Interface module (or built-in RS-232 Interface)
  • Indicators: LED illuminates when no generator clock signal is present


Data Generator
  • Fixed Patterns: Mark; 1:1; User-Programmable, 3- to 24-bit repeating pattern; 1:7; 3-in-24; DDS-1 to DDS-6 (DDS-specific patterns); T1-1 to T1-6, T1 mW, and DALY (T1-specific patterns); Tone (1004 Hz and 1020 Hz)
  • Pseudorandom Patterns: 63 (26-1); 511 (29-1), 2047 (211-1); 215-1 (32, 767); 220-1 (1,1048,575); 223-1 (8,388,607); QRSS
  • Messages:
    FOX message
    Three user-programmable messages, each up to 2048 characters in length
  • Asynchronous Character Format:
    Code: 5, 6, 7, or 8 bits
    Parity: Odd, even, or none
    Stop Bits: 1, 1.5 or 2 bits
  • Error Insertion: Single error or fixed 10-3 bit error rate in generated data only


Frequency Synthesizer
  • Frequency Range: 50 Hz to 15 MHz


Receiver Timing
  • Timing Modes: Synchronous; Asynchronous; Recovered
  • Timing Sources: Data interface; Clock recovery (optional)
  • Indicators: NO CLK indicator
  • CLK INV indicator
  • DATA INV indicator


Data Error Analysis
  • Analysis Modes: Single; Continuous
  • Indicators:
    * Receiver Inputs: MK illuminates when a Mark is received; SP illuminates when a Space is received
    * DATA INV illuminates when received data is inverted from what is expected


BER Test Intervals
  • 104, 105, 106, 107, 108, 109, or 1010 bits
  • Time Test Intervals: one second to 24 hours, one-second resolution


Block Lengths

102 to 106 bits, one-bit resolution


Signal Analysis

Frequency Range: 50 Hz to 15 MHz, optionally to 52 MHz