Verifies Ethernet and IP one-way delay network latency
Confirms frequency, phase, and time synchronization with near-lab grade accuracy in the field
Proves out GNSS antenna installations and faults
Supports multiple GNSS constellations including GPS, GLONASS, BeiDou, SBAS, and QZSS
Enable fast and accurate satellite acquisition with a modern 72 channel GNSS receiver
Supports multiple 1 PPS and 10 Mhz inputs and disciplined outputs
Performs 1588v2 (PTP) measurements including nanosecond-accurate PDV and time measurements
PTP grand master (PRTC) emulation
Nanosecond accurate one-way delay 1/10 GE measurements
The rapid, dynamic adaptation and coordination of Radio Access Networks (RAN) will require more accurate synchronization from one generation to the next. VIAVI Solutions’ Timing Extension Module (TEM) helps network operators maintain precise synchronization which results in an excellent Customer Experience.
Together with the T-BERD/MTS-5800, the field-optimized TEM delivers industry-leading accuracy to field portable timing and synchronization measurements. It features a modern 72 channel GNSS antenna input and an extremely accurate Rubidium based miniature atomic clock (MAC) to ensure nanosecond-precise measurements even when a satellite signal is not present and the module is running in holdover.
With a T-BERD/MTS-5800 and TEM combination, you can:
Perform one-way delay measurements that help you root out asymmetric network delays
Conduct field PTP Time Error measurements that allow you to confirm the stability and accuracy of your PTP Boundary Clocks
Precisely measure PTP PDV to pre-qualify or troubleshoot non-PTP-aware networks
Qualify GNSS antenna installations by evaluating satellite signal strength and eliminating antenna faults
Troubleshoot the accuracy of equipment 1 PPS output signals with 1 PPS wander analysis
Measure T1 and E1 jitter and wander
Excellent Customer Experience; tightly synchronized wireless networks result in fewer dropped calls, and improved subscriber speeds.
Convenience; with its compact design, the TEM is an extension to the T-BERD/MTS 5800 multi-protocol tester which eliminates the need to carry a second test set for synchronization
Accuracy; long-term nanosecond accuracy even when operating in holdover with exceptional satellite reception
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