JDSU adds VDSL2 features to triple-play services handheld tester

Features enable technicians to identify potential copper impairments such as disturbers, bad joints, or bridged taps using DSL QLN and Hlog graphs.

May 17th, 2011

JDSU (NASDAQ: JDSU) has added the ability to perform tests over VDSL2 networks to its SmartClass Triple-Play Services (TPS) handheld tester. The features enable technicians to identify potential copper impairments such as disturbers, bad joints, or bridged taps using DSL QLN and Hlog graphs. The one-button Pass/Fail CableCheck functionality includes balance testing and good ground check capabilities, JDSU adds.

The SmartClass TPS can now be used to test all broadband triple-play services using an all-in-one tool for copper, fiber, POTS, ADSL2+/VDSL2, IP data, VoIP, and IP video, JDSU asserts. The tool includes a web browser, multiple HDTV streams, VoIP emulation G.722 call controls, fiber test, result file transfer, a customizable user interface, and field upgrades via USB Host 2.0 interface.

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