Tescom TC-1101A Pager Tester

Tescom TC-1101A Pager Tester
Manufacturer: Tescom
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Tescom TC-1101A Pager Tester

 

Tescom TC-1101A Pager Tester

   The Tescom TC-1101A pager tester integrates all test functions required to test, align, re-crystal and repair pagers. Features include a signal generator, Flex/POCSAG encoder, IF generator, frequency counter and AC millivoltmeter. A built-in RS-232 computer interface allows for automated testing and pager label applications.

   The TC-1101A is the latest in a series of pager testers that were first introduced in 1994. These units have been sold to over 200 pager manufacturers and paging system operators worldwide.

   All this can be accomplished quickly and easily with the TC-1101A. The unit incorporates an RF Signal Generator, FLEX/POCSAG Encoder, IF Frequency Counter, AC Millivolt Meter, IF Signal Generator and a 1.5 VDC power supply. In the alignment mode, all necessary readings are simultaneously displayed. These include IF freq., IF Amplitude (digital meter and analog graph bar), and Signal Generator RFAmplitude. The amplitude of the sig. generator can be varied from this same screen. Any make or model can be tested, aligned and repaired with our equipment. This is an important fact since many units made by other companies cannot test NON-Motorola FLEX alpha-numeric pagers such as the NEC Companion.

   This feature will save you countless time by allowing you to Store and Recall up to 100 user definable instrument setting. Parameters such as Freq, Cap, Data Speed, Format and RF Level can be stored and recalled. Memories can also be quickly scrolled through before a selection is made. Other competing units either don't have any memory at all or if they do, they will not store the RF level as well as other parameters.

   Our  RF Signal Generator incorporates a precision digital attenuator to adjust the RF output to the specified level. The output level can either be incremented in 0.1 , 1 or 10 db steps by use of the up /down arrow buttons or the rotary knob. The rotary knob gives the ability to continuously vary the output level. The rotary knob is optically coupled to the attenuator so it will never wear out. A desired RF level can also be manually entered or recalled from memory as well.

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