The New JDSU OTDR EVOlution Series Provides Best-in-Class Test Performance
Dec 07, 2012 (M2 PRESSWIRE via COMTEX) --
The OTDR EVO modules for the T-BERD®/MTS-6000 and T-BERD/MTS-8000 V2 platforms integrate advanced optical technology and sophisticated software algorithms that take fiber commissioning, troubleshooting, and deep-dive analysis to new heights.
OTDR EVO Series Highlights
- Improve test reliability with the ability to find and analyze faults previously undetectable by OTDRs with 0.6 m event dead zone and 2 m attenuation dead zone.
- Troubleshoot networks from high splitter count 1 x 128 FTTH/PON networks to very long haul point-to-point links.
- Maximize test flexibility with a suite of smart software applications that save installation time and money.
- Reduce capital investment with OTDR, light source, power meter, and live traffic detection functionality, all in one unit.
Encompassing 30 years of OTDR technology and experience, the OTDR EVO is part of the new family of OTDR EVOlution Series test solutions that sets a new industry benchmark for OTDR test performance. This new family also includes FiberComplete(TM) that expands faster fiber qualification process into long-haul networks.
Use case: Experience shows that the most common faults, found in the field, can be attributed to defective splices or patch cords located just behind the front panel. Use of patch cords, or pigtails, 2 m or 3 m in length often results in missed faults due to the OTDR dead zone. The new JDSU OTDR EVO can pinpoint and characterize previously undetectable network faults.
JDSU was recently awarded the coveted 2012 Frost & Sullivan Fiber Optics Test Equipment Market Leader Award for fiber-optic test equipment, for the second consecutive year.
For more information on the new OTDR EVOlution modules for the T-BERD/MTS-6000 and T-BERD/MTS-8000 platforms, visit our website .
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