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Built-in electrical interfaces and a set of optical micromodules meet all your interconnection needs without duplicating hardware or adding to the weight of the device A light, intuitive, battery-powered generator & analyzer, ideal for the installation, acceptance, commissioning and maintenance of network elements and digital networks operating under ITU, ETSI, ANSI and Bellcore standards. Interfaces supported simultaneously: DSI .....................................................1544 kbit/s DS3.................................................44736 kbit/s STS-1, OC-1..................................51840 kbit/s STS-3c, OC-3............................. 155520 kbit/s E1.......................................................2048 kbit/s E2.......................................................8448 kbit/s E3....................................................34368 kbit/s E4................................................. 139264 kbit/s STM-0e, STM-0 optical.............51840 kbit/s STM-1e, STM-1 optical.......... 155520 kbit/s G.832e, G.832 optical...............34368 kbit/s Fully based on reprogrammable logic: the device will always be up-to-date

The most complete test & measurement portfolio

Datasheet DS.VASO.4.0.UK

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All you need for the design, installation and maintenance of digital circuits based on SDH/SONET/PDH or T-Carrier

Early 1999 is launched Victoria, the first handheld device in the world to operate up to STM-1. April 2000: Victoria grows in features and interfaces to the point where it can more than hold its own against any portable device. Operators, manufacturers and installers have welcomed the arrival of this efficient and intuitive tool for the way it has made their work easier and reduced operating time.

Internetworking tests
The fact that European and American standards exist side by side in Victoria makes it possible to operate in any environment. All SDH, SONET, PDH and T-Carrier topologies can be checked.

The features of a portable

Victorias features equal and even surpass those of other devices that are much bulkier and more difficult to handle: Auto-configuration Exploration of errors and alarms Line frequency measurement Detection of slips (bit and frame) BER measurements, counters and rates for all events RTD measurements Analysis and programming of quality objectives - G.821, M.2100, G.826 and M.2101.1 Synchronization measurements

Graphs showing events and pointer values Generation of AU and TU pointer events Programming and display of overhead bytes Ideal for fixed telephony, cable Insertion of events: all errors and alarms operators, leased lines, access Trail trace messages (J0, J1 and J2) networks, corporate networks, Transparency test on DCCs and other trunk networks, GSM and UMTS, bytes multimedia and manufacturers of Transmitter frequency deviation SDH and SONET equipment Internal clock stratum 3, recovered; external reference (clock or coded signal) Pre-programmed tests 2 Mbit/s and 1.5 Mbit/s frame structures with signaling analysis and tests in Nx64 and Nx56 Kbit/s

Total mobility
Weighting only 2 kg and battery-powered, Victoria is ideal for work in central office environments and also out in the field.

Simplicity, ergonomics and efficiency: Victorias touchscreens do away with the need for function keys and endless menus, and last 9 times longer than a conventional keyboard.

This technology allows all events to be displayed simultaneously on screen while still providing the user with all the advantages of working with tricolor LEDs. Errors, alarms, slips and pointer events are grouped in layers that are associated to 10 external LEDs, with the result that events can always be

Innovation and high technology: the keys to the smallest, most rugged and user-friendly SDH/SONET/PDH and T-Carrier test set
results files and configurations may include a text comment.
Line rates kbit/s 1544 2048 8448 34368 44736 51840 139264 155520 SDH Standards SONET PDH/T-Carrie X r G.832 AMI B8ZS Line codes HDB3 B3ZS CMI Optical NRZ X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X

Printout of events and performance

Victoria lets you print counters and performance reports, both by period and as a total, as well as printing events in real time with a time and date stamp. Carry out your measurements in the field and print out the results files once you get back to the office or upload them to a PC.

Outputs with frequency deviation up to 20000ppm step 0.01ppm

seen and their details shown on screen.

Optical micromodules
In order to deal with all the possible combinations when connecting to the optical interface, a range of optical micromodules that can measure optical power and be powered by the battery of the Victoria itself were developed. A variety of modules are available: multimode, single mode 1310 and 1550nm, short and long haul, with SC, FC and other connectors.

Unbalanced BNC or DIN 1.6/5.6 (75 Ohm) Rates: 1544 (B8ZS & AMI), 2048 (AMI & HDB3), 8448 (AMI & HDB3), 34368, 44736 (AMI & B8ZS), 51840, 139264, 155520 kbit/s. Interfaces: G.703, ANSI T1.102 and G.772 Gain: 0, 20, 26, 30 dB from 1544 to 51840 kbit/s; 0, 20, 26dB for 139264kbit/s and 0, 20 dB for 155520kbit/s Balanced Via external accessory Rate: 1544 (B8ZS & AMI) and 2048 (AMI & HDB3) kbit/s Interfaces: G.703, ANSI T1.102-1993 and G.772 Gain: 0, 20, 26, 30 dB from 1544 to 51840 kbit/s; 0, 20, 26dB for 139264kbit/s and 0, 20 dB for 155520kbit/s

Events and other parameters are stored using multi-event cards, letting you obtain several long-term measurements with a resolution of one second. Tracing combines time plots and histograms to provide a summary of network defects and anomalies. A search function lets you locate all types of errors and alarms, as well as isolating bursts and intermittent alarms. The names of the


E1, DS1 and DS3 tests
Interface and mapping. Framed/unframed. Insertion and detection of events.

STM-0/STS-1 test

Electrical and optical interfaces. First level in American hierarchies and becoming more widespread in medium capacity radio systems.

G.832 34 Mbit/s test

Electrical and optical interfaces. Transport of SDH signals by means of PDH interface.

M/N alarms

Generation in continuous, single and repetitive mode for checking alarm criteria.

G.783 sequence

With initialization and cool down pointer sequences. Programming of SS bits. Tributary offset.

APS measurement

Measures automatic protection switching time in SDH and SONET.

Graphical Remote control

Through mode

Internet-based remote control with graphical user interface, the RemoteGUI

Analysis and regeneration of incoming signal in all interfaces.

TCM Monitoring

Tandem Connection Monitoring at levels VC-3/4 and VC-12. Insertion and detection of events.

Victoria SDH/SONET/PDH is a device that can operate over any terrain, the only one ready to compete at the highest level
Errors Insertion and detection of B1, B2, MS-REI, HP-B3, HP-REI, LP-B3, BIP-2 (V5), LP-REI, EFAS, bit error Insertion mode: single, burst, repetitive burst and rate (1.1 x 10-3 to 0.9 x 10-9s) Detection of bit errors in E1, E2, F1, D1...D3, D4...D12, N1, N2 Detection with hierarchical inhibition Alarms Insertion and detection of LOS, OOF, LOF, RS-TIM, MS-AIS, MS-RDI, Pattern AIS, AU-AIS, AU-LOP, TU-AIS, HP-UNEQ, HP-RDI, HP-SLM, HP-TIM, LP-UNEQ, TU-LOP, LP-RDI, LP-TIM, LP-SLM, LOM, RFI, LSS Detection of loss of timing reference (LTI) Insertion mode: continuous, burst of M frames with alarm, repetitive M/N burst Pointer events Increment, decrement, manual value with or without NDF, invalid pointer in AU-4, AU-3, TU-3, TU-2, TU-12 and TU-11 G.783/O.172 pointer sequences. Initialization and cool down Programming of SS bits Tributary frequency offset

Optical Via external battery-powered micromodules for 34368, 51840, 155520 kbit/s

Clock sources Internal, stratum 3 Recovered External 1544/2048 kHz & coded G703 at 1544 kbit/s and 2048 kbit/s. BNC connector. Balanced connector with 0 and 20dB gain.


SDH/SONET occupying C4, C3 & C12 SDH/SONET with PDH/T-Carrier mapping inC4, C3, C12 and C11, framed and unframed Unframed PDH/T-Carrier Framed PDH/T-Carrier SDH/SONET mux/demux 34 Mbit/s with G.832 frame structure (VC-12) Through mode for all the interfaces

Structure According to ANSI.105-1995 Programmable scrambler and background

optical micromodules

Structure According to O.181 and G.707 Programmable scrambler and background Mapping 140 Mbit/s in C4, 45 and 34 Mbit/s in C3, 2 Mbit/s (asynchronous or byte synchronous) in C12 through AU-4 and AU-3 and 1.5 Mbit/s C11 through AU-4 and AU-3. Programmable bytes Editing/display in hex or by descriptor RSOH: J0, C1 MSOH: K1, K2, S1, HO-POH: J1, C2, G1, H4, K3 LO-POH (VC-3): J1, C2, G1, H4, K3 LO-POH (VC-12): V5, J2, K4 Trail trace 16 byte message in J0, J1 and J2 according to G.831

Mapping 140 Mbit/s in STS-3c SPE, 45 or 34 Mbit/s in STS-1 SPE, 2 Mbit/s in VT-2 SPE via STS-1 and STS-3c and 1.5 Mbit/s in VT-1.5 SPE via STS-1 and STS-3c Programmable bytes Display of all bytes and editing in hex or by descriptor of: SOH: A1, A2, J0, C1 LOH: K1, K2 HO-STS-POH: J1, C2, G1, H4 LO-STS-POH: J1, C2, G1, H4 VT-POH: J2, V5, Z4, Z7 Trail trace J0, J1, J2 16 byte message in J0, J1 and J2 according to G.831

Optical micromodules are the most intelligent way to meet ALL your optical connection needs - without having to duplicate hardware

Errors Insertion and detection of EFAS, B1, B2, REI-V, REI-L, HP-B3, REI-P, BIP-2, LP-B3, bit error Insertion mode: single, burst, repetitive burst and rate (1.1 x 10-3 to 0.9 x 10-9s) Detection of bit errors in E1, E2, F1, D1...D3, D4...D12, N1, and N2

Internet, ADSL, 45 Mbit/s, wireless access, GSM, UMTS, internetworking, manufacturers... no point in the network is beyond the reach of Victoria SDH/SONET/PDH

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Detection with hierarchical inhibition Alarms Insertion and detection of LOS, OOF, LOF, LOP-P, RDI-L, AIS-P, AIS-V, Pattern AIS, UNEQ-P, RDI-P, UNEQ-V, LOP-V, LOM, TIM-S, RDI-V, RFI-V, PLM-P, TIM-P, TIM-V, PLM-V, AIS-L, LSS Insertion mode: continuous, burst of M frames with alarm, repetitive M/N burst Detection of LTI Pointer events Increment, decrement, manual value with or without NDF, invalid pointer in STS-3c, STS-1, VT-2 and VT-1.5 G.783/O.172 pointer sequences. Initialization and cool down Programming of SS bits Tributary frequency offset

45 Mbit/s
Structure Framed M13 and C-bit according to G.752, G.704, and unframed Errors Insertion and detection of BPV, M-bit, F-bit, P-PAR, C-PAR, FEBE, EBIT (bit error)

Victoria brings you all the features of a portable in an efficient, handheld, battery-powered device weighing in at just 2kg

Alarms Insertion and detection of LOS, line AIS, OOF, F-AIS, IDLE, RAI (yellow alarm), P-AIS detection

Structure 140, 34, 8 and 2 Mbit/s according to G.751, G.742, G.704 with or without CRC, framed and unframed. PCM30/31 frame structure with/without CRC for 2Mbit/s signals. Test signal in 64 or Nx64kbit/s. CAS signalling: setup and display of the CAS multiframe and spare bits of frame 0. Errors Insertion and detection of REBE, FAS error, CRC error, Bit error and Code error

1.5 Mbit/s
Structure Framed, SF and ESF frame structures according to ANSI T1-400-1995, SLC-96 frame structure according to Bellcore TR-TSY-00008 and unframed Errors Insertion and detection of BPV, EFAS, ECRC and bit errors Alarms Insertion and detection of line AIS, LOS, LOF, RAI, LSS and pattern AIS Signaling Generation and analysis of signaling with Robbed Bit. Generation and analysis of data link in frames ESF and SLC-96

Victorias reprogrammable hardware is your guarantee that this is a device that will never go out-of-date

Alarms Insertion and detection of LOS, line AIS, LOF, RAI, CRC-LOM, LSS, pattern AIS, MAIS, CAS-LOM, MRAI

The global village is a sophisticated, interconnected world, a world in which many cultures and technologies live together side by side - like SDH and SONET

Generation and analysis of N1 and N2 Detection can be disabled Events generated: TC-IEC, TC-OEI, TC-REI, TC-AIS, TC-LTC, TC-UNEQ, TC-ODI, TC-RDI, TC-TIM Detection, display, performance calculation and storage of events: TC-IEC, TC-OEI, TC-REI, TC-AIS, TC-LTC, TC-UNEQ, TC-ODI, TC-RDI, TC-TIM B3 or BIP-2 compensation Analysis and generation of APId (Access Point Identifier)

Transport of 14 TU-12s in a frame at 34Mbit/s according to G.832 Generation, detection, display, performance calculation and storage of events: EM, REI, OOF, LOF, RDI, TIM, UNEQ, PLM

Payload contents
The following patterns can be generated: PRBS11, PRBS15, PRBS20, PRBS23: normal or inverted Word: user defined, all zeros, all ones, 1010, 1000 and 1100

Detected and counted with PRBS test signal

Measurements can last up to 999 days, with automatic start/stop. They are saved with name/date/time, the configuration of the instrument at the time of measurement and, if desired, a text comment from the user

Events are shown graphically in time plots and histograms that have advanced filter, search, identification and quantification functions, and a zoom from 1s to 1 hour

Performance measurements in line with ITU-T G.821, M.2100, M.2101.1 and G.826. Counter, rate, unavailability and indication of compliance with programmed objectives

Round Trip Delay
In all interfaces; range from 1s to 10s

Identification of the parameters of the incoming signal: bit rate, line code, optimal gain, frame structure, mapping

Search the incoming signal for all kinds of errors, alarms and events

Victoria has specifically been developed for environments in a state of continuous evolution, where it replaces uncomfortable and hard-to-handle portable devices
Transparency test
Generation and analysis of PRBS pattern in DCC channels or E1, E2, F1, N1 and N2 bytes Bit error counter, rate and errored seconds Seconds with alarm counter for LSS

Measurement of disruption time for any STM-N/OC-N Tributaries: PDH, T-Carrier, SDH, SONET Range: 1ms to 10s Resolution: 1ms

Measurement of optical power

Range: +2 to -34 dB. Resolution: 1dB (+2 to -35 dBm) and 2dB (-35 to -40 dBm)

Frequency measurement
In bit/s with deviation in ppm, and ITU-T/ANSI in-range or out-of-range indication

Remote control
Remote control with advanced GUI Via RS-232C interface and SCPI commands

When generative grammar and a touchscreen come together in a User Interface, working with the device feels natural and efficient

Printout of results
Totals and periods, events (trace, in real time or results files). Header with configuration and results

Transfer to PC
Via RS-232 port

The dimensions of the instrument are 257x147x59mm (70mm for STM-4/OC-12 instrument), and it weighs just 2 kg. It can be powered from the mains or run on rechargeable batteries. The GUI is implemented on a 12x9cm color touchscreen

10 tricolor external LEDs with onscreen labeling showing up to 80 simultaneous events

RF/EMI, ESD and electrical safety

Radiated EMI: EN50081-1 Immunity to EMI: EN 50082-1 ESD: IEC801-2 (4kV contact) Electrical safety: EN61010-1

Environmental conditions
Operates at 0 to 40 C Storage: -40 to +70 C Humidity: 5 to 90%, without condensation.

3056C Victoria SDH/SONET/PDH Color: Handheld Analyser/Generator, batteries, 2, 8, 34, 140 and 155 Mbit/s interfaces. Optional advanced features, 45M, 1.5M, G.832 34M, STM-0 and optical

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STS-1/STM-0 Electrical Test STS-1/STM-0 Optical Test DS-3 Test G.832 34 Mbit/s Electrical Test G.832 34 Mbit/s Optical Test DS-1 Test Victoria 3055 to 3056 upgrade Advanced options (TCM, M/N alarms, G.783 sequences, tributary offset) Remote Control Option 3056 Portable, battery-powered printer High impedance attenuating probe Optical interfaces at 1310 and 1550nm, short and long haul, measurement of optical power and wide range of connectors Attenuators for f line simulation at all rates

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