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ATM Analyzers

Analyze asynchronous transfer mode communications and networks.


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  • ATM Protocol Analyzer

    GL Communications Inc.

    GL's ATM Analyzer is used to analyze and decode different ATM protocols like ATM, AAL2 Protocols (CPS-SDU, SSSAR-SDU, and SSCS), AAL5 (CPCS), UNI etc across U plane and C plane of UNI and NNI interface. The analyzer can also decode ATM frames constituting Classical IP over ATM, or CIP based networks. The analyzer is also capable of capturing & reassembling frames that were transmitted with Inverse Multiplexing. IMA combines up to 8 T1/ E1 links to form a single high-speed connection with flexible bandwidth options.

  • T3/E3/T1/E1 Ethernet Analyzer

    GL Communications Inc.

    GL's newest T3 (DS3) E3 T1 E1 Ethernet Analyzer Pod is one of the smallest and lightest (weighing only 1.75 lbs) analyzer units in the world. The pod when connected to Notebook PC is capable of capturing two full T3 (DS3) / E3 data streams, dropping and inserting T1 or E1, full Ethernet analysis, and HDLC, ATM, FR, and PPP Analysis. GL's T3 E3 T1 E1 Ethernet Analyzer can also be used in conjunction with GL's Laptop T1 / E1 analyzer for individual T1 (DS1), E1, DS0, and analog analysis

  • UMTS Protocol Analyzer

    GL Communications Inc.

    GL's UMTS analyzer is capable of capturing, decoding and performing various test measurements across various interfaces i.e. Iub, Iur, IuCs and IuPs interfaces of the UMTS network. In addition, it supports ATM as the transport layer. It helps in fault diagnosis and troubleshooting of UMTS network. Multiple instances of UMTS Analyzer can run simultaneously capturing data (real time and off-line) on several T1/E1 lines. The analyzer is also capable of capturing & reassembling frames that were transmitted with Inverse Multiplexing. IMA combines up to 8 T1/ E1 links to form a single high-speed connection with flexible bandwidth options.

  • ADSL/SHDSL Protocol Analyzer

    DSLscope - Broadframe Corporation

    DSLscope from Broadframe provides a cost-effective in-line ADSL/SHDSL Protocol Analyzer for monitoring and legal interception of DSL lines, trouble-shooting DSL line installations, and developing and testing DSL equipment. DSLscope plugs directly into the DSL line to be analyzed, connected in-circuit between the DSL Access Multiplexer (DSLAM) and a DSL modem (CPE). DSLscope provides a powerful protocol analysis capability for use in capturing, decoding and displaying all the ATM cells and AAL5 packets that are transmitted in both directions across a DSL line.

  • Protocol Analyzers

    GL Communications Inc.

    TDM, Packet, and Wireless Protocol Analysis. GL's protocol analyzer provides monitoring a communication link in accordance with industry protocol standards by non-intrusively tapping the network under test. The simple framework of the protocol analysis software helps you easily identify the improper sequence of protocol messages, and filter out frames causing the protocol violation. ATM | CDMA | Frame Relay| GPRS GR-303 | GSM | HDLCISDN | PPP | LTE | SA HDLC | SS7 | SIP | UMTS | Miscellaneous

  • Protocol Identifier

    TDM - GL Communications Inc.

    The Protocol Identifier application can identify various protocols carried on T1 or E1 lines. It is capable of detecting protocols such as ISDN, ATM, HDLC, MTP2, LAPD, SS7, PPP, GSM, GSM Abis, TRAU and Frame Relay. The timeslots and the subchannels within timeslots are also identified. Once identified, detailed analysis can be carried out by individual Protocol Analyzers. This application is helpful in identifying traffic types at a concentrated point, DSX patch panel, or multiplexed facility.

  • T3 E3 Analyzer

    GL Communications Inc.

    GL's USB based T3 E3 Analyzer is one of the smallest and lightest pods (weighing only 1.75 lbs) capable of processing signalling, voice, and data on T3 and E3 lines. The pod when connected to Notebook or Desktop PC is capable of capturing two full T3 (DS3) or E3 data streams, dropping and inserting T1 (DS1) or E1, and analysis of HDLC, ATM, Frame Relay, and PPP Protocols. It includes various signal testing capabilities such as -