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Copper Fault-Finding Made Easy

  • 9 mars 2015

Chris Dunford

Product Line Manager, Access Business Unit

Chris Dunford is a Product Line Manager for EXFO’s T&M Physical BU. Chris has over 20 years experience in the telecom test and measurement field.  He has responsibility for handheld products focusing on physical layer FTTN and advanced triple play services testing. Mr. Dunford is a member of the Broadband Forum.

Finding the location of a fault on a copper pair doesn't have to be like finding a needle in a haystack. Faults come in all different shapes and sizes, some are even intermittent. Opens, shorts, bridge taps, and splices could be on any pair at any time, so every technician needs to understand where these faults are located; the detection of the fault alone is often half the battle. There are many methods for locating copper faults such as using TDR or RFL, and when coupled with new analytic methods, the fault-finding task becomes much easier and less time consuming.

This webinar will explore different fault-finding techniques, whether you are deploying voice, residential DSL, or hi-cap services. In addition, you will learn how to work smarter, not harder, when detecting  and locating faults. At the end of this webinar, the hope is that you will be more confident in your fault-finding prowess.