Adtech/Spirent SX/12-2 Data Link Simulator

Adtech/Spirent SX/12-2 Data Link Simulator
Manufacturer: Adtech / Spirent
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Adtech/Spirent SX/12-2 Data Link Simulator

 

Adtech/Spirent SX/12-2 Data Link Simulator

Rent me for $500 a month

Supports link speeds up to 8.448 Mbps

Adtech SX Series Data Link Simulators create the same delay and error characteristics caused by long distance terrestrial and satellite data links. By providing realistic simulations of actual network conditions, they allow users to stress test equipment and network applications without the expense and inconsistency inherent with on-line testing. Utilizing dual-channel, full-duplex interfaces, these devices provide true bi-directional testing using programmable delays, random bit errors, and burst errors. Multiple delay and error events can be programmed into complex sequences to simulate a wide variety of adverse link conditions or even specific events such as targeting line framing bits and testing CPE alarm thresholds. Adtech¿s lowest priced simulator model, the SX/12, is available in three versions supporting link speeds up to 8.448 Mbps. Adtech Data Link Simulators can be used to test the effects of digital data links on the operation, performance, and reliability of multiplexers, bridges, encrypters, network applications, and related communications hardware and software products.

   There are three different versions of the SX/12. All function identically except for the maximum link speed each version supports. An Extended T1/E1 Simulation option is available for the SX/12-1 and SX/12-2 versions. This factory installed hardware option provides additional delay and error simulation parameters for T1 (1.544 Mb/s) and E1 (G.703 2.048 Mbps) data streams.

Type of Channel

  • Full-duplex digital link

Error Generation

  • Random (Gaussian) bit error rates from 0, 1 x 10-9, 2 x 10-9, 3 x 10-9, ... 9 x 10-1, 1
  • Optional targeting of errors at specific bits and subchannels of formatted streams.

Burst Error Generation

  • Burst error rates from 9 x 10-1 to 1.0 x 10-9
  • Selectable burst length from 1 to 16,777,215 bits or from 1 to 9,999 ms
  • Selectable gap between bursts from 1 to 99,999,999 ms

Burst Error modes

  • Fixed gap length, fixed burst length
  • Random gap length, fixed burst length
  • Fixed gap length, random burst length
  • Random gap length, random burst length
  • Manual burst trigger, fixed burst length
  • Manual burst trigger, random burst length

Delay Generation

  • Delays up to 10 seconds in 1 ms or 8 bit steps
  • Optional targeting of delays at specific subchannels of formatted streams

Many Available Interfaces

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