A New Test Set that Simplifies Triple Play Testing

Finally, a Test Set that Actually Simplifies Triple Play Testing

ParaScope mPA VDSL2 Triple Play

The New ParaScope mPA  with its IPTV auto-scan feature to its comprehensive copper testing, is the ideal tool for provisioning dependable IPTV and VoIP services running over VDSL2 and ADSL1/2/2+ circuits. Between now and September 30th, evaluate a ParaScope mPA and receive a 20%-off coupon certificate towards a purchase. That is a *savings of almost $1,500! Simply go *HERE* and Request your Free Evaluation Unit with 20%-off Coupon

Powerful features include:

  • Large 7” bright touch-screen LCD and rugged enclosure
  • Unmatched ease of use with Pass/Fail results. Use at customer premises, remote location or the central office and reduce truck rolls
  • Copper qualification to identify physical layer faults and qualify the local loop for handling triple play services. Suite of tools includes integrated digital multi-meter (DMM), RFL meter, Longitudinal balance meter, TDR etc
  • Complete service verification to determine the upstream and downstream rates, emulate the modem or STB, PING the ADSL or Ethernet and much more
  • Triple Play Analysis including IPTV and VoIP QoS measurements, streaming video, phone emulation and more over ADSL1/2/2+, VDSL2  and 10/100 links
  • CO Emulation for a wide variety of ADSL1/2/2+ and VDSL DSLAMs

Download the Frederick Engineering ParaScope mPA VDSL2 Triple Play Data Sheet HERE

Informative White Paper on Simplifying IPTV testing  – Parascope mPA simplifies IPTV Testing – Download the Free White Paper PDF HERE

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