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Testing Quality and Return Loss with the Coax Clarifier

"In a perfect water race the RL value will be high number which indicates most of the water hit its target. In a perfect cable installation, the RL number will be high as well, indicating most of the signal reached its destination."

MAKE Magazine Review: Snap Shot™

Snap Shot™ featured in the February/March issue of MAKE Magazine. Take a look...

MAKE Magazine Snap Shot Article

The Coax Craftsmen

Coaxial cable installation requires great skill. Cable type, run length, quality of crimped on connectors, splitter quality, even choosing the cable path can all affect signal quality. RF is a fickle thing to work with where engineering and art collide.

Coax Cable Tester - Coax Clarifier

Video: Arc Chaser

We've just uploaded a new video walkthrough of the Arc Chaser. Take a look:


Cable Prowler review by Bradford Whipple

Bradford Whipple is an installer of technology products (A/V, Home Automation, IP cameras, and Home Networks) in New Hampshire. He is an independent contractor who found T3 Innovation online, looking for an accurate cable tester that would help him on his cabling installation and maintenance jobs.

Cable Prowler featured on AZ Testers

Thanks to AZ Testers | All About Testers for the nice writeup about the new Cable Prowler network cable tester! View the article...

AZ Testers and the Cable Prowler


Tricorder for Networks: Cable Prowler

This happens often. An information worker notifies the help desk that their computer is offline. The technician embarks on a series of troubleshooting steps: verify the fault, eliminate user error, try turning the computer off and on again. On most occasions those steps solve the problem. But once in a while, the network really is down. No ping reply from the IP address. No link light on the network interface card. Really, a broken connection. And now it's necssary to find the fault and fix it, or bypass it.

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