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Telecom Analysis Systems, Inc. TAS 152 Communications Test Set
Telecom Analysis Systems, Inc.
Model TAS 152
Date 1996
Category Measurement instruments
Group Communications Test Set
Description Telephone Network Emulator
                                    The TAS 150, 151, 152, 181, and 182 are the latest
generation of models in the 100 Series of Telephone Network
Emulators from Telecom Analysis Systems (TAS). The Model
150, 151, 152, 181, and 182 are enhanced compatible
replacements for the TAS 100, 101, 102, 121, and 122
The TAS 100 Series provides a convenient solution for
development, testing, and evaluation of high speed modems,
fax machines, voice/data terminals, transmission test sets,
and Other voice bandwidth data communications devices. The
100 Series offers either unidirectional or bidirectional
impairment simulation including PCM (Figure 1-1) as well as
echo simulation capabilities and the ability to emulate
virtually all worldwide central office signaling formats.

Because the 100 Series is compatible with testing standards
from EIA, CCITT, ROT, ETSI, Bell Operating Companies, AT&T,
Nippon Telephone and Telegraph, and many Other companies and
industry organizations, test results have immediate
credibility. In addition, the TAS 150, 151, 152, 181, and
182 are software-compatible with the industry standard TAS
100, 101, 102, 121, and 122, thereby protecting your prior
investment in test procedures and Software.
The 100 Series works with the TAS Gemini Dual Terminal
Emulator and TASKFF Software to provide completely automatic
modem testing. The 100 Series test results track with those
obtained on the popular TAS 1010 and TAS Series II
simulators, so the test results agree with the largest
installed base of Telephone Network Simulators in the world.

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Manual Type User Manual TelecomAnalysisSystem-8784-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Pages 380
Size 12.09 Mbytes (12673501 Bytes)
Language english
Revision 2.20
Manual-ID/Number 2700-3015
Date 01 March 1996
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This manual applies to the TAS 100 Series . using Software
version 4.30 or higher.

The TAS 100 Series, Telephone Network Emulator Operations
Manual contains the information necessary to effectively
operate the TAS 100 Series. We recommend that you become
familiar with the manual before attempting to use the unit.
Some users may want to explore the full capabilities of the
TAS 100 Series, while others may want to utilize only the
feature needed for their current applications. In any case,
this manual contains the information you need. The manual is
presented as follows:
Introduction provides a generalized view of all the members
of the TAS 100 family and summarizes the differences between
the various models. This section also provides some general
applications examples and the information necessary to
install the TAS 100 Series. A description of the front and
rear panel is also provided.
Local Operation provides the information necessary to
operate the TAS 100 Series manually from the front panel. A
complete discussion of the menu structure is included in
this section. The graphic menu trees provide an efficient
way to view and find the menu of interest.
Reference provides a comprehensive description of the
features and functions of the TAS 100 Series.
Remote Operation provides the information needed to control
the TAS 100 Series remotely via the RS-232C or GPIB
(IEEE-488) interfaces. This section is essential reading for
those who will be integrating the TAS 100 Series into
automatic test equipment (ATE) systems.
Command Reference provides a description of the commands
used for remote control operation.
Error Codes provides the descriptions of the TAS 100 Series
error codes which might be encountered during power-up or
Technical Specifications contains the detailed system
specifications, connector pinouts, and frequency response plots.
Appendixes provide helpful supplemental information
including a feature release history for the 100 Series, a
detailed list of the contents of the recallable ROM files,
in addition to a performance verification procedure for the
100 Series.

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