Monday, August 8, 2011

Sunrise Telecom Adds T1 and SHDSL.bis to Test Platform

Sunrise Telecom has enhanced its RxT Platform with the addition of Dual T1 and SHDSL.bis test modules.

The Dual T1 Module (RxT 2080) is designed to assist field technicians with the new installation, routine maintenance, and troubleshooting of T1 and DS1 problems in the network. The Dual T1 Module is suited for everything from wireless backhaul, call center, and integrated voice and data service installation and maintenance. The module offers a full suite of tools for testing T1 circuits including pulse mask analysis, frequency and signal level measurement, error detection, alarm monitoring, voice frequency, and loopback control.

The new SHDSL.bis module (RxT 2600) represents an effective option for connecting towers which are too distant to run fiber. Additionally, many operators have turned to SHDSL.bis to deliver carrier-grade Ethernet services to small and medium businesses over the existing copper infrastructure. The SHDSL.bis module for the RxT Platform addresses key test requirements for the installation of business class services and mobile backhaul deployed over an SHDSL access network. Both legacy ITU-T SHDSL and enhanced SHDSL.bis technologies are supported for one to four copper pairs.

Sunrise Telecom also highlighted the ability of its ruggedized, hand-held test platform to optimize work flows of field technicians. The solution speeds the installation, verification and troubleshooting of 2G and 3G backhaul circuits as well as 4G/LTE backhaul services. Sunrise Telecom's mobile backhaul solution now includes the RXT-2600 SHDSL.bis, RXT-2080 Dual T1, RxT-2270 E1, RxT-2380 SONET/SDH, RxT-2500 1GE, and RxT-5000 10GE modules, which are all available today through the company's worldwide distribution channels.

"We continue to add new capability to the RxT platform at an aggressive pace, in keeping with our customers' desire to fully equip and enable a growing force of "super techs" in the field," said Bahaa Moukadam. "Outfitting field personnel capable of deploying and maintaining both new and legacy network technologies with a single, robust test platform is the key to increasing productivity for our customers who are rolling out new services."

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