Automated Bit Error Rate Testing (1984)

By Charles C. W. Wong, Oak Communications Inc.

An automated bit error rate (BER) test system has been developed for an environment that requires repetitive testing. This system acquires data by the IEEE 488 interface, performs all BER and CNR calculations, and plots and stores the results for further processing and references. An important usage of such an automated system is to monitor the receiver's performance over a prolonged period of time to record its response to the varying transmission characteristics of the channel.

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