Absolute Analysis is a privately owned small business which manufactures high-speed serial data communications test solutions. Our hardware/firmware device development tools are backed by superior customer support that includes one-on-one engineering tech issue resolution.
Government and supporting subcontracting customers such as LMCO, BAE, Northrop, use our unique protocol analysis tools in the development of new communication technologies that involve serial connectivity. Our communications test solutions stand above the competition due to our specific capability to see EVERY bit and byte of communication.
In addition, our traffic generation and impairment test functionality enable developers to define where serial data traffic is lost, incorrect, or does not conform to the set rules of a standard of communication. Without this degree of bit-level data capture provided by our test solutions, companies simply cannot isolate key communication issues involved in product development that will, in turn, assure standards conformity.
We offer a unique, single-platform architecture called Investigator™ that manages multiple protocols, enabling developers to conduct concurrent time-correlated capture.
Investigator™ Physical Layer Interface Support Includes:
• Custom Interfaces
• Gigabit Ethernet
• Serial FPDP
• Fibre Channel
• Any 8B/10B Encoded Protocol
Investigator™ Protocol Support Includes:
• Custom Protocols
• Many more...
Absolute Analysis high-speed serial data communications test solutions include:
• Protocol Analyzer
• Traffic Generator
• Bit Error Rate Tester
• Impairment Tester
• Error Injector
• Application & Utility Software
Our experience, knowledge, innovative protocol test products, and our absolute passion for intelligence are what differentiate us. In addition, we feature an industry-leading, comprehensive, full-service and support program that allows 100% accessibility to our talented sales, engineering and training team.
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Last update by Cheryl Renton, Tue 26 May 2009