Toronto, Ontario Canada (PressExposure) January 19, 2012 -- GAO Comm ( http://www.GAOComm.com ) has announced the release of its handheld CATV/QAM analyzer which is intended for both analog and digital TV signal analysis. Digital TV index measurement includes channel power, MER (modulation error ratio), BER (bit error rate) and constellation diagrams for 16/ 32/ 64/ 128/ 256QAM/ ITU-TJ.83 Annex A/B/C modulation types. Analog TV index measurement includes C/N, V/A, Tilt, Limit and trunk voltage.
This versatile CATV/QAM analyzer, model A0N00014, offers a spectrum analysis function, CM statistic function, Ping function and bandwidth testing function. It operates at a frequency range of 5 to 1000 MHz and features fast spectrum analysis, auto/limit test function and channel and spectrum scanning. The compact analyzer runs under Linux operating system, has a built-in Web browser and communicates with a computer via a USB port for simple data communications and storage. Its cable modem testing mode is compatible with DOCSIS 1.X, 2.0 and 3.0. It is powered by a 4.8 V 2.1 Ah rechargeable battery providing more than 6 hours continuous operation when fully charged.
This handheld CATV/QAM analyzer belongs to GAO's family of CATV Meter & Instrument. This line of products includes CATV analyzers which is ideal for analog TV channel testing, digital channel power testing and analog TV image monitoring, Handheld Signal Level Analyzer Featuring CATV Testing which tests CATV signal levels in both channel (SCAN) and frequency (SPECTRUM) modes, and Portable CATV Signal Analyzer which measures CATV TILT and trunk cable voltage accurately and also tests DVB-C digital signal features including average peak power, MER, BER, C/N, EVM and provides constellation diagram.
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About GAO Comm
GAO Comm Inc. (www.GAOComm.com) is a well-known supplier of optical and electrical equipment and test instruments which are widely used in Telecommunications, CATV, Power industry and for Science and Research.