The SSTDR product comparison chart compares the Snap Shot, Power Prowler, and Arc Chaser. Product Features Snap Shot SS200 Power Prowler PLR600 Arc Chaser AC120 SSTDR technology ✔ ✔ ✔ Tests energized cables up to 60V ✔ ✔ ✔ Tests energized cables up to 600V ✔ ✔ Detect Length to "hard" Opens & Shorts ✔ ✔ ✔ Event Detection (monitors for intermittent faults >3 Sec.) ✔ ✔ Live (Intermittent Fault Detection)...

To gain an understanding of delay SKEW and why it is so important, it is first necessary to understand the concept of propagation delay. Measured in nanoseconds per meter of cable, propagation delay is an expression of the amount of time a signal is delayed...

Dual tone multi-frequency (DTMF) is a technique that has been used since 1963 to dial telephone numbers, and to send commands to switching systems. Prior to DTMF, telephone systems used a rotary dial, which was considerably less efficient, and as a result, soon after replacing...

As Internet connection speeds have increased, so has the need to ensure that equipment is suited to these higher data speeds. This especially applies to Ethernet cable because this is where most problems occur; as speed increases, the more susceptible the signal becomes to noise...

Despite the growing demand for data and VOIP telephones, the analog telephone is still pretty much ubiquitous, especially in the residential market. These phones use a pair of simple copper wires that are usually bundled into a multi-cored cable and the service is known as...