PTP, SyncE & TDM under control
Synchronization is the set of techniques that enable the frequency and phase of the equipment clocks in a network to remain constrained within the specified limits. Synchronization networks can have hierarchical or non-hierarchical architectures.
Networks that use hierarchical synchronization have a tree architecture. In such networks a master clock is distributed, making the rest of the clocks slaves of its signal. A network with all the equipment clocks locked to a single master timing reference is called synchronous. Our product range comprises from small handheld, battery fed testers to full featured service performance assurance tools and distributed monitoring systems. We have several product lines including:
PTP testers: capable to emulate and analyze the protocol.
Sync Ethernet testers: are ideal for the installation and troubleshooting SyncE.
E1 testers: permit the verification of synchronization networks based on 2Mbit/s
Ethernet Taps: intended to capture PTP and Ethernet protocols to analyze them.
WAN emulators: ideal find out the tolerance of the synchronous network under any traffic condition.