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Bit Error Rate Testing

Bit Error Rate Testers (BERT) are used to determine the compatibility of a connection between devices with gigabit interfaces by uncovering the rate of error during the transmission. A bit error can occur due to distortion, noise, failed bit synchronization, and other irregularities. The purpose of bit error rate testing is to find the elements of a data stream that have been obstructed by bit error while being transferred over a transmission channel.

Bit Error Rate Testers check for overall system performance by measuring the transmitter, receiver, and the medium between the two components. Common applications that require bit error rate testing include ethernet connections, fiber optic links, and a variety of digital and radio communication systems.

Avalon Test Equipment carries a variety of Bit Error Rate Testers from top manufacturers to meet your testing requirements. Rent from Avalon and Test With Confidence®.

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