First commercially available Noise Generator to support ID-337 G.fast Certification testing
Telebyte, the leader in G.fast test equipment, today announced the release of the Model 4902 Universal G.fast Noise Generator. The next-gen solution is the only commercially available noise generator on the market that is fully compliant with the Broadband Forum’s ID-337 Certification Test Plan.
The solution builds upon its feature-rich predecessor, the popular Model 4901 which is already used around the world by most major service providers and equipment vendors. The modular design allows for expandable configurations from 2 to 24 noise outputs in portable or rack-mountable versions.
Telebyte includes user-friendly configuration software that allows the user to select and build a wide variety of complex impairment models that may impact G.fast deployments. These include background Gaussian noise, high frequency impulse noise (PEIN, SHINE), FM radio, Broadcast TV, Spark Plug Ignition noise, PLC noise, Reverse Power Feed noise and more. In addition, user-defined files in several formats (such as MATLAB. CSV and Excel) may be imported.
“Several major North American and European Service Providers are using Telebyte’s G.fast test gear to evaluate the performance of G.fast technology,” said Michael Breneisen, President of Telebyte. “In a very short period of time, Telebyte has established itself as the leader in G.fast testing equipment.”
About TelebyteHeadquartered in Hauppauge, New York, Telebyte, Inc. is the recognized leader in G.fast test equipment. The high-tech enterprise sells an extensive selection of physical-layer test equipment used by major companies around the world for testing applications such as bonding, rate/reach, qualification, R&D and interoperability. Products include crosstalk emulators, local loop simulators, noise generators, digital storage oscilloscope/spectrum analyzers, multiplexing/de-multiplexing modules, cable farm automation switches and more. The primary focus for new product development is on VDSL2 vectoring and G.fast.