Informations sur l'appareil:

Telecommunications Techniques Corporation Interceptor 147 Testeur de réseau
Fabricant:
Telecommunications Techniques Corporation
Modèle: Interceptor 147
Date: 1992
Catégorie: Mètres
Groupe: Testeur de réseau
Description: 2 Mbit/s and Data Analyzer
Information:
                                    The INTERCEPTOR 147 2 Mbit/s and Data Analyzer is a
hand-held, battery-operated digital communications test cij
instrument. It can perform in-service and out-of-service
analysis on 2048 kbit/s circuits, 64 (or 56) kbit/s
timeslots (including individual, adjacent, or non-adjacent
timeslots), as well as physical layer testing at data
interface access points.
The front panel of the test instrument is arranged so that
the test instrument is easy to use. To learn more about the
functions of controls and indicators on the front panel, see
Section 2, Instrument Description. To set up to test a
digital communications circuit, see Section 3, Setup Categories.
As you conduct a test, the test instrument provides a number
of test results that provide information about the circuit
under test. For information about the test results, see
Section 4, Test Results.
In addition to performing the tests and viewing the results,
you can also connect a printer to the test instrument and
print information regarding the test setup and test results.
The information can be printed in a number of formats,
including histogram format. For information regarding
printing, see Section 5, Using a Printer.
Additionally, the test instrument can be controlled through
a remote controller such as a personal computer. For
information regarding remote control, see Section 6,
Remote Control.

The INTERCEPTOR 147 includes the following key features:
INTERCEPTOr 147 2 Mbit/s and Data Analyzer
Operates at 2 Mbit/s, Nx64, Mx64, Nx56, Mx56 kbit/s, and
Data Communications rates Measures 2 Mbit/s signal level
Performs digital and VF channel analysis Displays 2 Mbit/s
timeslot activity Automatically detects 2 Mbit/s framing and
pattern
Performs bit slip and frame slip analysis and
stress testing of network timing (Option 147-1)
Detects REBE (Remote End Block Error) bits in
2Mbit/s mode
Measures round trip delay
Provides a 16K test mode
Transmits NTPM, LEPM, and programmable
ISDN (Sa6) loop codes
Displays and prints Sa6 messages
Generates frequencies from 50 bit/s to 2.048
Mbit/s
Transmits and displays Transmic 2G (C-Bit) loop codes
Performs M.2100 in-service performance analysis Provides
remote control commands for remote operation
Stores and recalls setup configuration Stores and prints
Results with/without Histograms Squelches prints when high
error rate produces too many prints

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Information:
GETTING STARTED............................................1-1 ^
1.1 INTRODUCING THE ° INTERCEPTOR
147.....................................1-1 o
1.2 OPTIONS FOR THE INTERCEPT (2 OR
147............................................................1-3
1.3
WARNINGS....................................................1-4
1.4 UNPACKING INSTRUCTIONS............... 1-4
1.5 STANDARD EQUIPMENT AND
ACCESSORIES.............................................1-5
1.6 POWERING THE INTERCEPTOR 147.. 1-5
1.7 INITIAL CHECK-OUT PROCEDURE..... 1-6
1.8 BASIC SETUP PROCEDURE..................1-8
INSTRUMENT DESCRIPTION .......................... 2-1
2.1 OVERVIEW
....................................................2-1
2.2 TRANSMITTER.............................................2-4
2.3 STATUS DATA INTERFACE................... 2-5
2.4 EXTERNAL CLOCK.....................................2-7
2.5 DATA INTERFACE SIGNALING
LEDS
................................................................
2-7
2.6 DATA INTERFACE CONNECTORS...... 2-8
2.7 STATUS & ALARMS.................................2-10
2.8
RECEIVER...................................................2-13
2.9 MISCELLANEOUS CONTROLS
AND LEDS....................................................2-16
2.10 DISPLAY, SCROLL, CURSOR,
SELECT.........................................................2-18
2.11
SETUP...........................................................2-19
2.12
RESULTS.....................................................2-19
2.13 VOLUME CONTROLS AND
SPEAKER.....................................................2-20
2.14 PRINTER CONTROLS..............................2-21
2.15
POWER.........................................................2-21
2.16 TOP PANEL OF THE TEST
INSTRUMENT.............................................2-16
SETUP CATEGORIES 3-1
£ 3.1
OVERVIEW....................................................3-1
TEST MODE CATEGORY........................ 3-2
CONFIGURATION CATEGORY............. 3-8
TIMESLOTS CATEGORY....................... 3-28
ALARM/SIGNAL CATEGORY................ 3-34
AUXILIARY CATEGORY......................... 3-38
TEST
RESULTS...................................................4-1
INTERCEPTOR 147 2 Mbit/s and Data Analyzer
4.1
OVERVIEW.............................................
......4-1
4.2
SUMMARY RESULTS..........................
......4-1
4.3
LOGIC & TIME RESULTS...................
..... 4-2
4.4
SIGNAL, CODE & FAS RESULTS....
..... 4-5
4.5
CHAN. & SIGNALING RESULTS......
... 4-10
4.6
PERFORMANCE RESULTS..............
... 4-12
USING A PRINTER..............................................5-1
5.1
OVERVIEW..............................................
.....5-1
5.2
CONTROLS PRINT................................
......5-2
5.3
RESULTS PRINT...................................
.....5-2
5.4
AUTO PRINT — TIMED........................
.....5-4
5.5
AUTO PRINT — EVENT......................
... 5-5
5.6
HISTOGRAM PRINT..............................
......5-6
5.7
PRINTER SETUP...................................
5-10
REMOTE CONTROL ......................................
.....6-1
6.1
OVERVIEW..............................................
.....6-1
6.2
REMOTE CONTROL OPERATION ..
.... 6-2
6.3
COMMANDS AND QUERIES ............
... 6-3
6.4
ERROR MESSAGES ...........................
...6-44
APPLICATIONS ..............................................
.....7-1
7.1
OVERVIEW..............................................
.....7-1
7.2
IN-SERVICE MONITORING A
2048 KBIT/S CIRCUIT ..........................
......7-1
7.3
OUT-OF-SERVICE TESTING A
2048 KBIT/S CIRCUIT..........................
7.4 ANALOG/DIGITAL TESTING OF A ts VOICE CHANNEL
........................................7-6 ent
7.5 TROUBLESHOOTING AN NX56 OR nte NX64 KBIT/S CIRCUIT
...............................7-8 Co
7.6 COMMISSIONING A CUSTOMER'S ^ NX64K SERVICE
.......................................7-12 °
7.7 MONITORING 2048 KBIT/S CIRCUITS ble FROM DS3 ACCESS
POINTS.............. 7-14 (2
7.8 PERFORMING A BIT SLIP/
FRAME SLIP TEST....................................7-17
7.9 TESTING AT A DATA INTERFACE.....7-19
7.10 TESTING MULTIPLEXED (DATA
TO 2048 KBIT/S) CIRCUITS.................. 7-21
7.11 TESTING DEMULTIPLEXED
(2048 KBIT/S TO DATA) CIRCUITS ... 7-24
7.12 NOTES REGARDING
ROUND-TRIP DELAY ...............................7-24
SPECIFICATIONS................................................8-1
8.1 2 MBIT/S OPERATING MODES ............. 8-1
8.2 V.11 DATA INTERFACE........................... 8-5
8.3 V.35 DATA INTERFACE........................... 8-5
8.4 X.21 DATA INTERFACE........................... 8-6
8.5 V.24 DATA INTERFACE........................... 8-6
8.6 CODIRECTIONAL 64 KBIT/S G.703
INTERFACE...................................................8-7
8.7 PRINTER / REMOTE CONTROL
INTERFACE...................................................8-7
8.8
GENERAL......................................................8-8
MAINTENANCE AND SERVICE....................... 9-1
9.1
OVERVIEW....................................................9-1
9.2 TROUBLESHOOTING ................................9-1
9.3 SERVICE
.........................................................9-2
9.4 HOW TO CONTACT TTC .........................9-6
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