06.26.2007 01:01 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
JDSU showcases HST-3000 handheld DSL test instrument

At NXTComm 2007 last week in Chicago, JDSU highlighted its HST-3000 handheld DSL test instrument with a full set of functions, including testing across all available frequencies — ADSL2, ADSL2+, VDSL and VDSL2.

By providing a 30MHz (VDSL2) copper test option for the test needs of field technicians who install and maintain VDSL access networks, the HST-3000 enables the deployment of higher bit-rate triple play services, including IPTV and HDTV.

In addition to its complete set of DSL test features, the HST-3000 is licensed to support Nortel's UniStim VoIP protocol, providing users the ability to troubleshoot and test the features and capabilities of Nortel's IP desktop telephones. It also provides licensed test support for vendor-specific versions of IPTV, such as MSTV.

For more information, visit: www.jdsu.com.

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