CeBIT 2010: Impress Your Telco With The New ARGUS 145 Plus DSL Tester

Posted: Feb 17 2010, 9:06am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 7:33pm CDT, in News | CeBIT


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German intec unveils a new compact all-round tester with the ARGUS 145 Plus. The new handheld tester supports VDSL2, ADSL, SHDSL, Ethernet, ISDN BRI and POTS plus Copper Tests and ISDN PRI/E1.

The ARGUS 145 plus will be the highlight at intec's CeBIT 2010 booth.
VDSL2, ADSL2+, SHDSL 2, 4, 6 and 8 wires, Ethernet, POTS, as well as ISDN BRI S/T/U and, as of recently, also ISDN PRI and E1 can be tested with this hand-held device - as usual without module change.

In addition to the interface compatibility the functional range was also expanded: so-called copper tests (Cu tests) now provide a real-time spectrum analysis to qualify the copper pair. Therefore a high-impedance mode allows a passive connection to the subscriber line.

In addition to the ARGUS 145 plus, intec will be presenting further current models of the ARGUS series at the CeBIT 2010.
For example the testers ARGUS 142 and ARGUS 141 which were introduced last autumn. The multifunctional ARGUS 142 tests VDSL2, ADSL2+, Ethernet, ISDN BRI S/T/U and POTS, as well as the physical condition of the local loop.

CeBIT 2010, the world's largest computer show, is opening on March 2nd in Hannover, Germany. Read the latest CeBIT 2010 News.

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