Telecom Lead America: MT2, a provider of broadband
testing and monitoring solutions has launched new versions of its GPON analyzer
NIVA-GPON and OLT emulator eOLT-GPON.
The NIVA-GPON analyzer features continuous real-time
analysis support for GPON’s full data-rate (2.5Gbits/s downstream,
1.2Gbits/s upstream), and ethernet payload replication up to 1Gbits/s.
The eOLT-GPON features improved automation functionalities and
offers remote GUI control through CLI.
Both analyzer and emulator also feature a new
Optical power indicator for both continuous (downstream) and burst (upstream)
modes, and an improved GUI.
The company said that these tools with their associated
OISG (FSAN) approved test sequences are used by LAN, the official ONU
certification laboratory for the BBF.247 program, and now by several important
companies involved in the GPON domain.
The BBF.247 MT2 tools (Analyzer + OLT emulator) generate
and analyze PLOAM, OMCI, GEM and Ethernet messages in accordance with BBF.247
tests. The verdict is provided automatically according to the test-cases
criteria. MT2 tools also present a feature, both complete and user-friendly, to
create new tests at the physical (GTC level), PLOAM, OMCI or Ethernet layers.
Complete automation, for any set of test-cases (BBF.247
or user made) is natively included, thus saving time in performing and
verifying ONU conformance tests.
MT2 is an active BroadBand Forum (BBF) member and is
involved in the BBF.247 program. The new versions are immediately available and
will be included in upgrades for the tools already in service.