DP-1000 DOCSIS Protocol Analyzer

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DP-1000 DOCSIS 3.0 and 3.1 Protocol Analyzer

DP-1000
DOCSIS Protocol Analyzer


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DOCSIS 3.1 READY

Real-time capture, filter and complete analysis of all DOCSIS MAC-layer data through FPGA-based signal processing

Provides a cost-effective solution for both DOCSIS 3.0 and 3.1

Developed in conjunction with major industry players

 

Ensure Smooth 24-7 Operation for Your MAC Layer

Averna’s DOCSIS Protocol Analyzers are the industry standard for functional DOCSIS and EuroDOCSIS network analysis, providing exceptional visibility into the MAC layer. Multiple system operators (MSOs), chipset manufacturers, product developers and certification bodies use them to quickly find and correct trouble spots.

Best Tool on the Market for DOCSIS 3.0 & 3.1 Protocol Analysis

Optimized for real-time signal processing with FPGA technology, the DP-1000 analyzes up to 32x8 single or bonded US/DS channels (DOCSIS 3.0) and 2x1 OFDM US/DS channels (DOCSIS 3.1), with numerous channel-filtering, demodulation, triggering, display, and upgrade features.

As a passive sniffer between CMTS and CPE devices, the DP-1000 silently captures and filters DOCSIS MAC-layer data in real-time to verify RF parameters, validate MAC-level communication, troubleshoot interoperability issues, and improve network performance.

DP-1000 Highlights

  • Supports both DOCSIS 3.0 and 3.1 protocols through FPGA-based signal processing
  • Input DS frequency range of 5 MHz–1.8 GHz (5–200 MHz US), and resolution of 1 MHz
  • Up to 7 acquisition cards of 200-MHz bandwidth each (5 DS, 1 US and 1 additional US or DS)
  • Contained in a single, 19-inch (48 cm), 4U rack for minimal footprint (60 lbs/27 kg)
  • FPGA-based architecture is highly flexible, configurable, upgradable and extendable
  • Many channel-filtering and display features like placement, burst, constellation, and spectrum

Handles Multiple DOCSIS 3.1 Challenges

  • Network bandwidth and channel expansion
  • Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM)
  • New modulation schemes of up to 4096 QAM
  • Mixed-mode operation (support of DOCSIS 3.0 and 3.1 devices)