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The iOLM provides accurate insertion loss (IL), optical return loss (ORL) and fiber length measurements, all at the touch of a single button.
Receiver sensitivity takes into account power penalties caused by use of a transmitter with worst-case values of extinction ratio, jitter, pulse rise times, optical return loss, receiver connector degradations, and measurement tolerances.
Fiber physical layer analysis: OTDR to 42 dB dynamic range, advanced optical power meter and laser source, optical return loss measurement, visible fault locator.
Before you turn up the network to a higher speed, check optical return loss and related parameters.
The new ORL-55 SMART Optical Return Loss Meter is a high-performance, easy-to-use instrument for the field as well as for lab and production.
In addition, the OTDRs can be combined with all required connection check options available for the T-BERD/MTS-6000 and T-BERD/MTS-8000: connector inspection (VIP), end-to-end connectivity and trace faults in patch panel cabling (VFL), patch cord testing (LTS), power measurements (LTS), and Optical Return Loss (ORL).
Using an innovative automatic bi-directional analysis function, the MTS/T-BERD 6000 can save up to 50 percent test time for OTDR, insertion loss (IL), and optical return loss (ORL) measurements.
It is the only single-box solution that provides multi-channel insertion loss (IL), optical return loss (ORL) and polarization-dependent loss (PDL) measurements over all the bands.