xGenius | Transport + Synchronisations-Tester

xGenius ist ein formschöner Handheld-Tester, der mit einem großen Touchscreen ausgestattet ist, um die Analyse und Interpretation der Ergebnisse zu erleichtern. Er ist zu 100% für den Labor- oder Feldeinsatz geeignet, da er voll ausgestattet ist mit IP / Ethernet / PTP / SyncE / T1 / E1 / E0 / C37.94 und Datacom Schnittstellen, batteriebetrieben, leicht (1,9 kg) und sehr robust. Das Gerät ist in der Lage, Übertragungs- und Synchronisationsnetzwerke bis zu 10Gb/s zu testen. Es unterstützt die Master/Slave-PTP-Emulation. Mehrere Betriebsmodi sind möglich und umfassen Performance-, Qualitäts-, One-Way-Delay- und Wander-Tests an allen Schnittstellen. Ein eingebauter Rubidium-Taktgeber (optional), der mit einem GNSS-Oszillator diszipliniert ist, sorgt für hohe Genauigkeit und arbeitet auch im Holdover-Modus perfekt.
Sie können nur einen Dual-Port-10GbE-Tester der letzten Generation kaufen und dann bei Bedarf weitere Schnittstellen durch ein einfaches und leichtes Upgrade per Code hinzufügen. Dann können Sie die neue Firmware erhalten, die die gewünschten Funktionalitäten unterstützt.

Plattform des Testers

Multiport-Schnittstellen

A:B ports: 2 x SFP/SFP+ (100MbE, 1GbE, 10GbE, 10G WAN)
A:B ports: 2 x RJ45 (10MbE, 100MbE, 1GbE)
C:D ports: Balanced 2 x RJ45 (T1/E1)
C:D ports: Unbalanced 2 x BNC (T1/E1)
GNSS Port: SMA female
PPS Ports: 3xSMB female (i/o)

Hot swappable modules

C37.94
Datacom DTE/DCE: V.11/X.24, V.24/V.28, V.24/V.35, V.24/V.11 (V.36/RS449)
VF Port
Codirectional - G703
E1/T1
Optical to Electrica

Operation / Results

Graphic and tabular wander results
Navigation: by touch screen, keyboard, mouse
Remote Control: by VNC
Storage capacity: one week of results
Export: results in pdf/txt/csv through USB interface or SD card
Report export to remote host through Ethernet / IP

Ergonomics

Size: 260 x 160 x 63 mm
Weight: 1.9 kg
Light and easy to carry in a small bag
Start: Manual / Timed with optional password

Batteries

Two pack of Lipo batteries always included
Large duration that also depends on operation, conditions, aging, etc.

Time/Clocks

Internal Clocks

Default better than ±2.0 ppm
OCXO better than ±0.1 ppm
Rubidium better than ±5.0e-11 (GNSS disciplined, warm- up: 600s)

Internal Rubidium clock

Free―run (No GPS)

Freq. accuracy (7.5 minutes warm up): ± e-9
Freq. accuracy on shipment (24 h. warm up): ±5.0e-11
Aging (1 day, 24 hours warm up): ±0.5e-11
Aging (1 year): ±1e-9

GPS locked

Time accuracy (24 h. locked): ±50 ns

Hold - over (after 24 h. locked)

Freq. accuracy: 1.5e-11 / 24h
Time accuracy: ±100 ns / 2h, ±1.0μs / 24 h

Input Clock References

Rates: 1.544 Mb/s, 2.048 Mb/s, 1.544 MHz, 2.048 MHz, 10 MHz
Built-in GNSS receiver, 1 pps
SyncE
GNSS
ToD
1PPS
T1/E1 (1544 kb/s, 2048 kb/s)
Custom delay compensation for phase and time

Output Clock

2.048 MHz, 10 MHz
1 pps
ToD
Custom delay compensation for phase and time

SyncE and PTP testing

PTP profiles: Telecom and Power
Encapsulations: Ethernet and UDP
Clock emulation: Master / Slave, Unicast/Multicast, 128 packet/s
PDV capture, protocol analysis and correction field support

Ethernet PTP Frequency testing

Floor Delay Population (G.8260): FPC, FPR, FPP
Wander: Analysis and Generation TIE, MTIE and TDEV (in real time)

Ethernet PTP Phase testing

Measured at GbE and 1pps interfaces
Time Error (TE): Maximum (max |TE|), Dynamic (dTE), Constant (cTE)

1 pps testing

Wander: TIE, MTIE, TDEV
Time Error (TE): Maximum (max |TE|)

Synchronous Ethernet

ESMC / SSM: Generation, decoding and transparent forwarding
Wander: Analysis/Generation: TIE, MTIE and TDEV (in real time)

Latency and Delay measurements

E1, T1, GbE and 10GbE interfaces

Round-trip delay (RTD)
One-way delay (OWD) GNSS assisted

Ethernet PTP (GbE and 10GbE)

Floor delay packet population, ratio/percentage/count
Path delay asymmetry
End-to-end / peer-to-peer path delay mechanisms
Master-to-slave / Slave-to-grandmaster latency
PTP packet delay variation test
Time Error (TE): Maximum (max |TE|), Dynamic (dTE), Constant (cTE)

Service Disruption Time

Interfaces: E1, T1, IEEE C37.94, Datacom, Co/Contra-directional
Resolution: 100 us
Packet Capture
Protocol Analysis
Wirespeed performance
Programable capture filters
Zero-delay technology
Save them in PCAP format
Full duplex operation
Ethernet/IP Testing
8 x independent streams
Streams: may use individual sour/dest. addresses and bandwidth profile
Internet Protocol: IPv4 / IPv6 support
Frames: DIX, VLAN, Q-in-Q, CoS (DSCP/PCP), MPLS, and Jumbo
IP with UDP or arbitrary protocol
DHCP for source IP and ARP for destination MAC
Counts et statistics
Frame counts, IP traffic statistics, and bit rate
Top ten VLAN, MAC, IPv4 and IPv6 addresses
QoS: Latency, Delay variation, Loss ratio, SES, Availability, OOS, Duplicated
BER Tests et Patterns
Traffic generation: Continuous, Burst, Ramp, Random
PHY layer: RPAT, JPAT, SPAT, HFPAT, LFPAT, MFPAT, LCRPAT, SCRPAT
Layer 2/4 PRBS: 2e11-1, 2e15-1, 2e20-1, 2e23-1, 2e31-1
Layer 2/4 PRBS: all inverted versions
Symmetric/Asymmetric RFC-2544
Throughput
Latency
Loss
Back-to-back
System Recovery
Symmetric/Asymmetric eSAM (Y.1564)
Latency, Delay Variation, Loss, and Availability
Eight / four services (colour/not colour)
CIR, EIR, max, Througput
Loopback
L1 - L4 loopback mode
Traffic filtering by
sour/dest MAC/IP/Port
VLAN, CoS (DSCP/PCP)
Protocol

TCP test - RFC 6349
8 x independent streams
Modes: active (client), passive (server)
ALBEDO / IPerf3 endpoints in client mode
Configurable MTU and MSS
Configurable Bottleneck Bandwidth (BB) in f/s, %
Round-Trip Time (RTT)
Window Sweep at 25 / 50 / 75 / 100% of BDP size
Transfer Time Ratio, TCP Efficiency, Buffer Delay
PDH / T.Carrier testing
Interfaces

T1 (ANSI T1.102)
E1 (ITU-T G.703)
E0/Co-Directional (ITU-T G.703)
Modes

Terminal
Monitor
High Impedance
Pass-through
T1: Framed SF and ESF and unframed Generation/Analysis
E1: Framed PCM-30 / 31 with/without CRC and Unframed signals
T1/E1: Display and Edition: all fields, CAS, Pulse Masks, Events
Channel map: Busy/Free, External Drop/Insert of 64 kb/s co-dir or datacom
Measurements

BER
Line/Freq
Errors/Alarms
G.821, G.826, M.2100
VF: tone generation/analysis
Attenuation, Freq, Freq. deviation, Level, Peak codes
Synchronization

Jitter analysis: Peak to peak, RMS, hits, count (0.1 to 100 kHz range)
Wander: Analysis/Generation and masks (1 μHz to 10 Hz range)
Wander Analysis/Generation in 10 MHz, 2048 kHz, 1544 kHz, 1pps
C37.94 testing
Operation Modes

Unframed or framed operation
Clock: Recovered or Internal
End point or terminal mode
Results with PASS/FAIL indications
Analysis & Generation

Bit Rate generation in steps of nx64 kb/s up to 768 kb/s
BER test
ITU-T G.821 performance test
Event Detection / Insertion
Defects: LOS, AIS, LOF, RDI, LSS, All 0, All 1
Anomalies: FAS, TSE, Slip
Delay & Freq. Tests

Round Trip Delay (ms)
One-way Delay synchronized with GPS
Frequency (Hz)
Frequency Deviation (ppm), max. Deviation
Jitter and Wander analysis

Peak to peak, RMS, jitter, hits detection and count
MTIE and TDEV resolution: 100 ps
Pass / Fail based on standard masks
C37.94 SFPs

Multi-mode: SFP 850 nm, 2048 kbit/s, 1500 meters
Single-mode; SFP 1310 nm, 2048 kbit/s, 10 km
Optical Power Meter
Cable features
Cable tests

Wiremap
Skew
Cable Diagnostics
Distance to fault
Power over Ethernet

PoE and PoE+
Volts / Current
Datacom testing
Modes

Terminal emulation
Bi-directional Monitoring
Datacom / E1 mux
Display and Edition

DTE/DCE control circuit
Timing circuits
Binary rates
Tests

BER, Frequency
Insertion/Analysis of events
G.821