For debug and test purposes, the board has a 16-bit test port and 8 user LED indicators.
What does TP stand for?
TP stands for Test Port
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- Test Pad
- Test Participant
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- Test Pilot
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The new RF6549 from RF Micro Devices Inc of Greensboro, NC, Designed for 868MHz and 902-928MHz automatic meter reading (AMR) solutions, which has USA features separate ports for Rx and Tx paths, and two ports on the output for connecting a diversity solution or a test port.
The packer comes with two chemical ports, one test port, one sensor diaphragm and 50 feet of semi-rigid hose assembly.
Additionally, while most competitive probes are still limited to a single Ethernet test port per probe, Spirent's innovation is enabling network operation centers (NOCs) to overcome inefficiencies, upgrade limitations and cost restrictions often associated with utilizing multiple test ports and probes.
Immediate calibration with FieldFox's CalReady makes the unit calibration ready at the cable and antenna test port immediately following power-up or preset.
Each test port can concurrently display real-time video media quality metrics (e.
Isocore conducted a multiprotocol scenario where four routing protocols -- OSPFv2, OSPFv3, BGP, and BGP4+ -- were enabled on a single test port.
Each of the module's 16 test ports supports wire-speed Layer 2-3 traffic generation and analysis, high performance routing/bridging protocol emulation, and the industry's highest performing Layer 4-7 application traffic generation and subscriber emulation.