Adtech/Spirent SX/13-DS1 Data Interface

Adtech/Spirent SX/13-DS1 Data Interface
Manufacturer: Adtech / Spirent
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Adtech/Spirent SX/13-DS1 Data Interface

 

Adtech/Spirent SX/13-DS1 Data Interface

Rent me for $150 a month

Requires additional SX/13 Mainframe for your application

 1.544 Mbps Multiclock interface module for Adtech/SX12 and Adtech SX/13. Supports all T1 clock modes

Spirent SX Data Link Simulators

   The Spirent SX Data Link Simulators create the same delay and error characteristics caused by long distance terrestrial and satellite data links. By providing very realistic simulations of actual network conditions, they allow engineers to stress test new equipment and network applications under repeatable and controllable conditions. Utilizing dual-channel, full-duplex operation, these simulators provide bi-directional testing with 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 chronic and periodic conditions or events such as peak traffic times and equipment overloads. Typical simulator applications include testing the operation, performance and reliability of multiplexers, bridges, encrypters, network applications and other communications hardware and software. When used for link simulation, these simulators physically connect directly between two pieces of equipment to replace conventional data links such as satellite connections, WANs or telephone networks. They can also be used in line with a real data link to add additional delays or errors or to simulate the effects of adding an additional link to the system.

Full-Duplex Operation

   Each simulator has two separate channels to simulate the bi-directional characteristics of a full-duplex data link.Each channel operates independently and has both transmit and receive functions. The SX/13 model also permit different delay and error settings for each direction of the full-duplex data stream. Bypass and loopback modes can be selected whenever standard bi-directional flow is not required.

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