1Gb Certifier

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For info on a 1Gb Certifier that costs 775 checkout
http://www.ticknall.com/validator/index.htm
Phil


Re: 1Gb Certifier



We looked at this, and initially were impressed, but a recent article
from Fluke swayed us away from it.

Of course Fluke being their competitor might be a bit biased, but they
pointed out that it does not do as many frequency "steps" as the Fluke
models.

In short the article indicated that it was not a "True" certifier in
regards to EIA/TIA specs.

An exec for the company (Test-um) admired to this and said " It still
serves a purpose"


On 10 Mar 2005 04:17:04 -0800, tickcomms@aol.com (Phil) wrote:

>For info on a 1Gb Certifier that costs 775 checkout
>http://www.ticknall.com/validator/index.htm
>Phil



Re: 1Gb Certifier


To get a better understanding of philosophy of the Validator testing
and how it does it. Check out:
:http://www.datacomtools.com/_disc2/00000014.htm
(It is a bit heavy however I believe it is worth a read)

A copy of the Validator User Manual is also worth checking out at:
http://www.gaengineer.com/nt950.pdf

Phil


Re: 1Gb Certifier


I just bought one of these in america ...570  including delivery when it is
delivered I will be testing 500 cat5e points will tell you what i think
soon!


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