HP OMNIBER 718 HP 37718A manual

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    HP 37718A OmniBER 718 User’ s Guide DSn/SONET Operation[...]

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    Hewlett-Packard Limited Telecommunications Networks Test Division South Queensferry West Lothian, Sc[...]

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    User’ s Guide DSn/SONET Operation HP 37718A OmniBER 718[...]

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    iv This book tells you ho w to select the features that you want to use for your test. The selection[...]

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    Contents v 1 Setting the Interfaces Setting DSn T ransmit Interface 2 Setting SONET T ransmit Interf[...]

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    vi Contents Inserting an External DSn Payload/T est Signal 43 Dropping an External Payload/T est Sig[...]

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    Contents vii Measuring Jitter T ransfer 92 4 Storing, Logging and Printing Sa ving Graphics Results [...]

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    viii Contents Labeling a Disk 132 Managing Files and Directories on Disk 133 Sa ving Graphics Result[...]

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    Contents ix 7 STS-1 SPE Backgr ound Patter ns 8 ETSI/ANSI T erminology ETSI/ANSI Con version and Equ[...]

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    x Contents[...]

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    1 1 Setting the Interfaces This chapter tells you how to set the instrument interfaces to match the [...]

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    2 Setting the Interfaces Setting DSn T ransmit Interface Description DSn transmit interface settings[...]

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    3 Setting the Interf aces Setting DSn T ransmit Interface 3 If DS1 or DS3 is chosen, choose the requ[...]

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    4 Setting the Interf aces Setting SONET T ransmit Interface Setting SONET T ransmit Interface Descri[...]

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    5 Setting the Interf aces Setting SONET T ransmit Interface 4 Choose FOREGROUND , BACKGROUND MAPPING[...]

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    6 Setting the Interf aces Setting SONET T ransmit Interface If you have chosen 2 Mb/s , DS1 or DS3 u[...]

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    7 Setting the Interf aces Setting Jitter T ransmit Interface Setting Jitter T ransmit Interface Desc[...]

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    8 Setting the Interf aces Setting Jitter T ransmit Interface 5 Choose the modulation source. If addi[...]

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    9 Setting the Interf aces Setting W ander T ransmit Interface Setting W ander T ransmit Interface De[...]

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    10 Setting the Interf aces Setting W ander T ransmit Interface 6 Choose the W ANDER MASK setting req[...]

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    11 Setting the Interf aces Setting SONET THRU Mode Setting SONET THRU Mode Description THRU mode is [...]

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    12 Setting the Interf aces Setting SONET THRU Mode 2 Make the P A YLOAD OVERWRITE choice required. I[...]

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    13 Setting the Interf aces Using Smart T est Using Smart T est Description The Smart T est function [...]

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    14 Setting the Interf aces Using Smart T est 4 In SONET mode the incoming signal will be identified[...]

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    15 Setting the Interf aces Setting DSn Receive Interface Setting DSn Receive Interface Description D[...]

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    16 Setting the Interf aces Setting DSn Receive Interface 5 Choose the P A YLOAD TYPE. If is required[...]

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    17 Setting the Interf aces Setting SONET Receive Interface Setting SONET Receive Interface Descripti[...]

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    18 Setting the Interf aces Setting Jitter Receive Interface Setting Jitter Receive Interface Descrip[...]

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    19 Setting the Interf aces Setting Extended Jitter Receive Interface Setting Extended Jitter Receive[...]

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    20 Setting the Interf aces Setting W ander Receive Interface Setting W ander Receive Interface Descr[...]

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    2 2 Selecting T est F eatures[...]

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    22 Selecting T est F eatures Using T ransmit Overhead Setup Description Y ou can set an overhead byt[...]

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    23 Selecting T est Features Using T ransmit Overhead Setup If (Transport Overhead) is chosen, c hoos[...]

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    24 Selecting T est Features Using Receive Overhead Monitor Using Receive Overhead Monitor Descriptio[...]

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    25 Selecting T est Features Using Receive Overhead Monitor If BYTE NAMES is chosen, the labels for t[...]

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    26 Selecting T est Features Setting Overhead T race Messages Setting Overhead T race Messages Descri[...]

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    27 Selecting T est Features Generating Overhead Sequences Generating Overhead Sequences Description [...]

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    28 Selecting T est Features Generating Overhead Sequences 6 Start the sequence by choosing . NO TE W[...]

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    29 Selecting T est Features Using Receive Overhead Capture Using Receive Overhead Capture Descriptio[...]

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    30 Selecting T est Features Using Receive Overhead Capture - captures activity after the first occu[...]

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    31 Selecting T est Features Adding Frequency Offset to SONET Signal Adding F requency Offset to SONE[...]

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    32 Selecting T est Features Adding Frequency Offset to SONET Signal Tributary Offset ± 100 ppm 1 Ch[...]

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    33 Selecting T est Features Adding Frequency Offset to the DSn Signal Adding F requency Offset to th[...]

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    34 Selecting T est Features Setting up Signaling Bits Setting up Signaling Bits Description When tra[...]

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    35 Selecting T est Features Setting up Signaling Bits SONET Operation 1 Choose on the display 2 Choo[...]

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    36 Selecting T est Features Setting up Signaling Bits 2 Choose SIGNAL or , and P A YLOAD TYPE on the[...]

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    37 Selecting T est Features Setting T ransmit Structured Pa yload/T est Signal Setting T ransmit Str[...]

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    38 Selecting T est Features Setting T ransmit Structured Pa yload/T est Signal 5 Choose the B/G P AT[...]

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    39 Selecting T est Features Setting Receive Structured P ayload/T est Signal Setting Receive Structu[...]

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    40 Selecting T est Features Setting T ransmi tNx6 4 kb/s/N x 56 kb/s Structured P ayload/T est Signa[...]

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    41 Selecting T est Features Setting T ransmi tNx6 4 kb/s/N x 56 kb/s Structured P ayload/T est Signa[...]

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    42 Selecting T est Features Setting Receive N x 64 kb/s/N x 56 kb/s Structured P ayload/T est Signal[...]

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    43 Selecting T est Features Inserting an External DSn Pa yload/T est Signal Inserting an External DS[...]

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    44 Selecting T est Features Inserting an External DSn Pa yload/T est Signal Insert 2 Mb/s or DS1 (Un[...]

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    45 Selecting T est Features Inserting an External DSn Pa yload/T est Signal Structured SONET P ayloa[...]

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    46 Selecting T est Features Dropping an External P ayload/T est Signal Dropping an External P ayload[...]

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    47 Selecting T est Features Dropping an External P ayload/T est Signal Drop 2 Mb/s /DS1 (Unstructure[...]

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    48 Selecting T est Features Dropping an External P ayload/T est Signal Structured SONET P ayload 2 S[...]

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    49 Selecting T est Features Adding Err ors & Alarms at the SONET Interface Adding Errors & A[...]

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    50 Selecting T est Features Adding Err ors & Alarms to the DSn Interface/DSn P a yload Adding Er[...]

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    51 Selecting T est Features Using FEA C Codes Using FEAC Codes Description The third C-Bit in subfra[...]

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    52 Selecting T est Features Using FEA C Codes 3 Choose the FEAC CODE TYPE. 4 Choose the MESSAGE from[...]

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    53 Selecting T est Features Setting DSn Spare Bits Setting DSn Spare Bits Description Certain Spare [...]

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    54 Selecting T est Features Adding P ointer Adjustments Adding P ointer Adjustments Description The [...]

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    55 Selecting T est Features Adding P ointer Adjustments OFFSET - Y ou can frequency offset the line [...]

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    56 Selecting T est Features Adding P ointer Adjustments Note: SINGLE (A1), BURST (A2) and PHASE TRAN[...]

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    57 Selecting T est Features Adding P ointer Adjustments NO TE The following conditions apply for poi[...]

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    58 Selecting T est Features Adding P ointer Adjustments T1.105 A3 PHASE TRANSIENT GR-253 5031 Phase [...]

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    59 Selecting T est Features Adding P ointer Adjustments NO TE F or SPE pointers the sequence interva[...]

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    60 Selecting T est Features Adding P ointer Adjustments T able 1 P ointer Sequences A v ailable with[...]

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    61 Selecting T est Features Using P ointer Graph T est Function Using P ointer Graph T est Function [...]

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    62 Selecting T est Features Using P ointer Graph T est Function If , during a long term measurement [...]

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    63 Selecting T est Features Stressing Optical Clock Reco very Circuits Stressing Optical Clock Recov[...]

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    64 Selecting T est Features Generating A utomatic Protection Switc h Messages Generating Automatic P[...]

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    65 Selecting T est Features Inserting & Dropping Data Communications Channel Inserting & Dro[...]

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    66 Selecting T est Features Inserting & Dropping Data Communications Channel[...]

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    3 3 Making Measur ements[...]

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    68 Making Measurements Using Overhead BER T est Function Using Overhead BER T est Function Descripti[...]

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    69 Making Measurements T est Timing T est T iming Description There are two aspects to test timing: [...]

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    70 Making Measurements Making SONET Analysis Measurements Making SONET Analysis Measurements Descrip[...]

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    71 Making Measurements Making DSn Analysis Measurements Making DSn Analysis Measurements Description[...]

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    72 Making Measurements Measuring Frequency Measuring F requency Description The signal frequency and[...]

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    73 Making Measurements Measuring Optical P ower Measuring Optical P ower Description Optical power m[...]

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    74 Making Measurements Measuring Round T rip Delay Measuring Round T rip Delay Description: The time[...]

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    75 Making Measurements Measuring Round T rip Delay 4 Choose ACTION to start the measurement. If meas[...]

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    76 Making Measurements Monitoring Signaling Bits Monitoring Signaling Bits Description The HP 37718A[...]

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    77 Making Measurements Measuring Service Disruption Time Measuring Service Disruption T ime Descript[...]

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    78 Making Measurements Measuring Service Disruption Time NO TE At DS1 and DS3 Service Disruption res[...]

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    79 Making Measurements Measuring Service Disruption Time 4 Press to start the measurement. 5 Invoke [...]

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    80 Making Measurements P erforming a SONET T rib utary Scan P erforming a SONET Tributary Scan Descr[...]

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    81 Making Measurements P erforming a SONET T rib utary Scan 4 The Tributary Scan results can be view[...]

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    82 Making Measurements P erforming an SONET Alarm Scan P erforming an SONET Alarm Scan Description S[...]

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    83 Making Measurements P erforming a DSn Alarm Scan P erforming a DSn Alarm Scan Description DSn Ala[...]

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    84 Making Measurements Measuring Jitter Measuring Jitter Description: Jitter and error measurements [...]

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    85 Making Measurements Measuring Jitter 3 If performing a Jitter T olerance measurement, See “Meas[...]

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    86 Making Measurements Measuring Extended Jitter Measuring Extended Jitter Description: Extended jit[...]

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    87 Making Measurements Measuring W ander Measuring W ander Description: Accurate W ander measurement[...]

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    88 Making Measurements Measuring W ander 4 If measuring wander at a SONET rate set up the SONET rece[...]

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    89 Making Measurements Measuring Jitter T olerance Measuring Jitter Tolerance Description: The jitte[...]

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    90 Making Measurements Measuring Jitter T olerance 2 If you are performing jitter tolerance on the S[...]

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    91 Making Measurements Measuring Jitter T olerance HOW TO: View the Results 1 Choose the results FOR[...]

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    92 Making Measurements Measuring Jitter T ransfer Measuring Jitter T ransfer Description: Y ou can p[...]

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    93 Making Measurements Measuring Jitter T ransfer HOW TO: P erform Jitter Transfer Calibration NO TE[...]

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    94 Making Measurements Measuring Jitter T ransfer 4 Choose JITTER on the display . 5 Choose the NUMB[...]

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    95 Making Measurements Measuring Jitter T ransfer HOW TO: Start the Jitter Transfer Measurement NO T[...]

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    96 Making Measurements Measuring Jitter T ransfer HOW TO: View the Results 1 Choose the results FORM[...]

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    4 4 Storing, Logging and Printing[...]

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    98 Storing, Logging and Pr inting Saving Graphics Results to Instrument Store Saving Graphics Result[...]

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    99 Storing, Logging and Pr inting Recalling Stored Graph Results Recalling Stored Graph Results Desc[...]

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    100 Storing, Logging and Pr inting Recalling Stored Graph Results The top row of the display compris[...]

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    101 Storing, Logging and Pr inting Viewing the Bar Graph Displa y V iewing the Bar Graph Display Des[...]

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    102 Storing, Logging and Pr inting Viewing the Bar Graph Displa y Zoom The width, in minutes , of ea[...]

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    103 Storing, Logging and Pr inting Viewing the Graphics Err or and Alarm Summaries V iewing the Grap[...]

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    104 Storing, Logging and Pr inting Viewing the Graphics Err or and Alarm Summaries Start The start t[...]

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    105 Storing, Logging and Pr inting Logging Graph Displa ys Logging Graph Displays Description The ba[...]

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    106 Storing, Logging and Pr inting Logging Graph Displa ys 4 Choose to confirm or abort the print. [...]

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    107 Storing, Logging and Pr inting Logging Results Logging Results Description T est P eriod Logging[...]

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    108 Storing, Logging and Pr inting Logging Results • Optional Internal printer fitted into the in[...]

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    109 Storing, Logging and Pr inting Logging Results printer paper). 7 Choose the logging DEVICE. If R[...]

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    110 Storing, Logging and Pr inting Logging on Demand Logging on Demand Description When is pressed t[...]

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    111 Storing, Logging and Pr inting Logging on Demand If P ARALLEL is chosen, see "Logging Resul[...]

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    112 Storing, Logging and Pr inting Logging Jitter T olerance Results Logging Jitter T olerance Resul[...]

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    113 Storing, Logging and Pr inting Logging Jitter T olerance Results 7 Choose 80 character column wi[...]

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    114 Storing, Logging and Pr inting Logging Jitter T ransfer Results Logging Jitter T ransfer Results[...]

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    115 Storing, Logging and Pr inting Logging Jitter T ransfer Results width ( ) according to the capab[...]

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    116 Storing, Logging and Pr inting Logging Results to P arallel (Centr onics) Printer Logging Result[...]

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    117 Storing, Logging and Pr inting Logging Results to HP-IB Printer Logging Results to HP-IB Printer[...]

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    118 Storing, Logging and Pr inting Logging Results to Internal Printer Logging Results to Internal P[...]

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    119 Storing, Logging and Pr inting Logging Results to RS-232-C Printer Logging Results to RS-232-C P[...]

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    120 Storing, Logging and Pr inting Printing Results from Disk Printing Results from Disk Description[...]

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    121 Storing, Logging and Pr inting Connecting an HP 850C DeskJet Printer to a P arallel P ort Connec[...]

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    122 Storing, Logging and Pr inting Changing Internal Printer P aper Changing Internal Printer P aper[...]

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    123 Storing, Logging and Pr inting Changing Internal Printer P aper 4 Put the paper roll on the spin[...]

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    124 Storing, Logging and Pr inting Changing Internal Printer P aper 6 If the printer paper is incorr[...]

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    125 Storing, Logging and Pr inting Cleaning Internal Printer Print Head Cleaning Internal Printer Pr[...]

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    126 Storing, Logging and Pr inting Cleaning Internal Printer Print Head[...]

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    5 5 Using Instrument and Disk Storage[...]

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    128 Using Instrument and Disk Storage Storing Configurations in Instrument Store Storing Configura[...]

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    129 Using Instrument and Disk Storage Titling Configuration in Instrument Store T itling Configura[...]

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    130 Using Instrument and Disk Storage Recalling Configurations from Instrument Store Recalling Con?[...]

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    131 Using Instrument and Disk Storage Formatting a Disk F ormatting a Disk Description Only 1.44M, M[...]

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    132 Using Instrument and Disk Storage Labeling a Disk Labeling a Disk Description Y ou can label you[...]

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    133 Using Instrument and Disk Storage Managing Files and Directories on Disk Managing F iles and Dir[...]

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    134 Using Instrument and Disk Storage Managing Files and Directories on Disk Accessing Directories a[...]

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    135 Using Instrument and Disk Storage Managing Files and Directories on Disk NO TE T itle Bar - File[...]

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    136 Using Instrument and Disk Storage Managing Files and Directories on Disk Renaming a File on Disk[...]

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    137 Using Instrument and Disk Storage Managing Files and Directories on Disk Deleting a File on Disk[...]

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    138 Using Instrument and Disk Storage Managing Files and Directories on Disk Deleting a Directory on[...]

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    139 Using Instrument and Disk Storage Managing Files and Directories on Disk Adding Descriptors to D[...]

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    140 Using Instrument and Disk Storage Saving Graphics Results to Disk Saving Graphics Results to Dis[...]

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    141 Using Instrument and Disk Storage Saving Graphics Results to Disk 2 Choose the directory in whic[...]

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    142 Using Instrument and Disk Storage Saving Data Log ging to Disk Saving Data Logging to Disk Descr[...]

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    143 Using Instrument and Disk Storage Saving Configurations to Disk Saving Configurations to Disk [...]

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    144 Using Instrument and Disk Storage Recalling Configuration from Disk Recalling Configuration fr[...]

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    145 Using Instrument and Disk Storage Recalling Graphics Results from Disk Recalling Graphics Result[...]

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    146 Using Instrument and Disk Storage Copying Configuration fr om Instrument Store to Disk Copying [...]

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    147 Using Instrument and Disk Storage Copying Configuration fr om Instrument Store to Disk 3 T o co[...]

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    148 Using Instrument and Disk Storage Copying Configuration fr om Disk to Instrument Store Copying [...]

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    149 Using Instrument and Disk Storage Copying Configuration fr om Disk to Instrument Store 4 T o co[...]

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    150 Using Instrument and Disk Storage Copying Graphics Results fr om Instrument Store to Disk Copyin[...]

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    151 Using Instrument and Disk Storage Copying Graphics Results fr om Instrument Store to Disk 4 If y[...]

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    152 Using Instrument and Disk Storage Copying Graphics Results fr om Instrument Store to Disk[...]

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    6 6 Selecting and Using "Other" F eatures[...]

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    154 Selecting and Using "Other" F eatures Coupling T ransmit and Receive Settings Coupling[...]

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    155 Selecting and Using "Other" F eatures Setting Time & Date Setting T ime & Date[...]

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    156 Selecting and Using "Other" F eatures Enabling K eyboar d Lock Enabling Keyboard Lock [...]

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    157 Selecting and Using "Other" F eatures Enabling Beep on Received Err or Enabling Beep o[...]

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    158 Selecting and Using "Other" F eatures Suspending T est on Signal Loss Suspending T est[...]

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    159 Selecting and Using "Other" F eatures Setting Error Threshold Indication Setting Error[...]

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    160 Selecting and Using "Other" F eatures Setting Screen Brightness and Color Setting Scre[...]

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    161 Selecting and Using "Other" F eatures Dumping Display to Disk Dumping Display to Disk [...]

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    162 Selecting and Using "Other" F eatures Dumping Display to Disk 4 Choose the directory i[...]

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    163 Selecting and Using "Other" F eatures Running Self T est Running Self T est Descriptio[...]

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    164 Selecting and Using "Other" F eatures Running Self T est NO TE If any or all of these [...]

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    165 Selecting and Using "Other" F eatures Running Self T est 4 Press to activate the Self [...]

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    166 Selecting and Using "Other" F eatures Running Self T est[...]

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    A ppendix A 7 STS-1 SPE Backgr ound Patter ns The follo wing tables list the background patterns av [...]

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    168 STS-1 SPE Backg round P atter ns T able 2 STS-1 SPE Backgr ound Patterns Foreground Backgr ound [...]

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    A ppendix B 8 ETSI/ANSI T erminology A table of ETSI terms with their ANSI equivalents .[...]

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    170 ETSI/ANSI T er minology ETSI/ANSI Con version and Equiv alent T erms ETSI/ANSI Con version and E[...]

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    171 ETSI/ANSI T er minology ETSI/ANSI Con version and Equiv alent T erms MS-RDI Line FERF / RDI-L Mu[...]

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    172 ETSI/ANSI T er minology ETSI/ANSI Con version and Equiv alent T erms NOTE: VC is an ETSI abbrevi[...]

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    Index 173 A Alarm scan DSn, 83 SONET, 82 Alarms & errors DSn add, 50 DSn payload add, 50 SONET a[...]

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    174 Index G G.821 analysis measurement, 71 G.826 analysis measurement, 71 Graphics copy results from[...]

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    Index 175 Overhead sequence repeat run, 27 single run, 27 P Paper change internal printer, 122 Paral[...]

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    176 Index APS messages, 64 DCC insert, 65 errors & alarms DSn, 50 errors & alarms SONET, 49 [...]

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    Hewlett-Packard Sales and Service Offices If you need technical assistance with a Hewlett-P ackard t[...]

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    Hewlett-Packard Sales and Service Offices (cont’d) Finland: T el: (90) 88 721 France: T el: (0)1 6[...]

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    About This Edition This is the 2nd edition of the DSn/SONET Users Guide. It documents the product as[...]

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    Printed in U.K. 12/98 37718-90022 In This Book This book tells you ho w to select and use the v ario[...]