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IEEE 1588-2008 Wander Analyzer – PW 1014D

The PW 1014D equipped with internal Rubidium atomic reference is a portable PTP capable Wander Analyzer. The instrument is able to qualify the current quality level of network synchronization by displaying immediate measurement result and saving them for later evaluation. The dual measuring core makes the PW1014D capable for long last parallel on-the-field synchronization quality measurements on both TDM and packet-based network segments. The analyzer is fully compliant with IEEE 1588-2008 standard.

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For TDM, SyncE and IEEE 1588v2 PTP synchronization analyzer and IP tester, also see our handheld Ptest 1G/10G instrument.

Key features


  • Two full Wander Analyzers in one equipment
  • Two independent tests simultaneously
  • Time Interval Error (TIE) measurements on 2.048 MHz and 2.048 Mbit/s signals
  • Automatic signal format detection
  • 0.9 ns resolution, 10 ns…200 µs automatic screen range
  • Up to 100 sample/seconds sampling rate
  • Rubidium internal reference
  • Short and long last tests, up to 1 Million seconds
  • Rubidium internal reference with external reference facility
  • 4 hours battery powered operation with built in battery and automatic charger
  • Standalone WanderCalc software for RTIE, MTIE and TDEV calculations
  • IEEE 1588-2008 (PTP) slave option
  • Measurements, calculations and limit curves are according to ITU-T recommendations and EN 300 462-x standard
  • Measurement data storing in the NV memory of the instrument

SyncE Wander Testing


Measure the Synchronous Ethernet line’s timing quality with conventional Wander Analyzer using the PSECR-200 SyncE Clock Recovery unit.

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Key features


  • Recovers the 2.048 MHz clock from Fast Ethernet and Gigabit Ethernet stream
  • Two independent systems in one box
  • 100Base-TX copper interface for Fast Ethernet system
  • 1000Base-T copper and 1000Base-XX optical interface
  • Fully transparent between Slave and Master interfaces
  • Extract and display the synchronization status message
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