OneAdvisor 800 Platform

Some key features of Optical Measurements: Verifying clean contact surfaces, OTDR measurements, DWDM OTDR, Optical Spectrum Analysis (OSA), Dispersion testing.

VIAVI OneAdvisor 800 is designed to simplify the growing needs to test communication networks for service providers, data centers, field technicians, and contractors when deploying, managing, and maintaining wired and wireless networks. The modular design of OneAdvisor 800 allows network technicians to easily switch between a variety of test scenarios, including transmission protocols, fiber, or RF signals in the air.

For technicians deploying 5G or maintaining 4G networks, OneAdvisor 800 enables testing of fiber, RF, and CPRI/Ethernet with a single instrument, replacing multiple independent tools (OTDR, CAA, Fiber Scope, RF Spectrum Analyzer, transmission testers), significantly reducing the overall cost. Similarly, data center technicians with OneAdvisor 800 can perform an OTDR measurement between facilities and then test the quality of 400G transmission with the same instrument at different locations. The instrument’s user interface can guide technicians through a pre-configured standardized test process when needed, ensuring that all technicians complete the job in the same manner and according to the same specifications. With OneAdvisor 800, users get built-in guidance, automatic test configurations, pass/fail results, and a single report every time, at every location.

OneAdvisor 800: One solution. One process. One report.

Key benefits of OneAdvisor 800:

  • Enhanced tool efficiency.
  • Replaces multiple independent tools (Transmission tester, OTDR, CAA, RF Spectrum Analyzer, etc.).
  • Wide range of applications. Transport (10 to 400G), Fiber (optical spectrum analysis, bidirectional fiber certification), and wireless (Macro-cell, Small-cell, C-RAN, and/or DAS).
  • Scalable. As a team’s testing responsibilities grow, the OneAdvisor platform with modular test components can also grow.

Benefits of OneAdvisor 800 Test Process Automation:

  • Greater accuracy. Complete test plans precisely according to the service provider’s specifications with reliable measurements.
  • Reproducible. Test processes and workflows can be defined centrally and ”pushed” out to the instruments, eliminating variation in manual procedures and driving consistent, repeatable results, regardless of technician skill or experience level.
  • Lower training costs. Training focus shifts to the test process itself, which is quicker and easier to learn, rather than on technical information, which is generally time-consuming and overwhelming for new technicians.
  • Time savings. Job Manager eliminates the need to remember which tests to perform and how to perform them.