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CM3000, CM3800 test platforms get firmware update

08 Feb 2013

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Telecom and wireless test solutions provider Sunrise Telecom has recently announced a major firmware upgrade for its CM3000 and CM3800 DOCSIS 3.0 cable-modem network and spectrum analysers, enabling cable providers to identify and resolve impairments before they affect customer experience.

Firmware version 2.23 allows technicians to analyse and troubleshoot difficult electrical interference and short-duration impulse noise problems in the RF and fibre-distribution network.

New features include a fast spectrum display with a 0.3-µs sample rate and 100-ms sweep rate to capture even the shortest burst of ingress, impulse noise, or electrical interference in the upstream path. In addition, equaliser stress, frequency response, and group delay measurements have been added to the cable modem and digital video analyser functions.

The firmware upgrade is available for both new and field-deployed CM3000 and CM3800 test instruments.

Datasheet for the CM3000 can be found here.

Datasheet for the CM3800 can be found here.

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