Anritsu Updates CMA 3000

Anritsu launches E3 interface and Gigabit Ethernet test options for CMA 3000 Field Tester

June 22, 2006

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RICHARDSON, Texas -- Anritsu A/S, a subsidiary of Anritsu Corporation, a global provider of operational support solutions for advanced and converged networks, introduces the E3 Interface and Gigabit Ethernet Test options for its CMA 3000 all-in-one field tester for fixed and mobile networks.

In addition to the full-featured 2 Mbps transmission testing provided by the standard CMA 3000 instrument, the new E3 option provides powerful testing capabilities for field technicians installing and troubleshooting communication lines in the fixed access network. When equipped with the E3 test option, the battery-powered, easy-to-use and portable Anritsu CMA 3000 is a comprehensive solution for testing E3 access network lines together with the full-featured testing of 2 Mbps lines provided by the CMA 3000 basic instrument.

Once the 10/100/1000 Ethernet option is installed, users have a dual-port Ethernet 10/100/1000 test module equipped with electrical and optional optical interface ports. With this configuration, operators and equipment manufacturers can now quickly test and measure LAN communication lines up to 1 Gbps. Other options support testing of SDH and V-series interface connections, making the CMA 3000 a very versatile access network test solution.

“There are many transmission technologies used in the access networks. To be as efficient as possible, field technicians installing and maintaining today’s networks need easy-to-use test instruments supporting the technologies relevant to them. The CMA 3000, with its compact, scalable platform, is designed for these demands” said Ole Soerensen, product manager, Anritsu A/S. “Functionality can be added through an unrivaled upgrade path as needs and network technologies evolve, which allows network operators to minimize capital investment.”

Anritsu Corp.

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