Toronto, Canada – GAO Comm has rolled out its innovative handheld xDSL tester designed to test and analyze VDSL, ADSL, ADSL2 and ADSL2+ networks. This compact tester accurately tests XDSL physical layer parameters including loop resistance, capacitance, insulation resistance and voltage and assists in confirming whether a line is suitable for XDSL services. It is an invaluable tool for the installation, maintenance and troubleshooting of any xDSL network. This portable tester also verifies connectivity from user to ISP service provider and conducts network layer tests after dial-up, including Ping, Ipconfig, Route and Tracert.
GAO Comm’s xDSL tester, model V300, emulates a PC to test broadband IP lines or initiates PPPoE dial-up to test IP network connections and troubleshoot modem or PC problems. It is used in “ATUR+PC” emulation without an additional ADSL2+ or VDSL modem or PC. This tester boasts a 480×272 colorful TFT LCD screen with touch panel, Windows CE operating system and a user-friendly interface. It has a large memory capacity and can store up to 2000 ADSL test records.
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