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DTB Markets: IT / Telecom / NEBS Market


Contact DTB to discuss the advantages we can provide for your enterprise.

Key NEBS Tests —
  • Airborne Contaminants
  • Altitude
  • Earthquake
  • EMC/EMI
  • Fire
  • Humidity
  • Lightning
  • Surge Power Fault
  • Temperature
  • Vibration

Network and Telecommunications, NEBS Testing Services

Dayton T. Brown, Inc. can assist your networking and telecommunications product development needs by either tailoring a unique test protocol for you or by testing your products to standardized regimens such as NEBS.

DTB can offer environmental, vibration and EMI/EMC testing to a host of international standards including commercial and military requirements.

We can also design an R&D test program for you to evaluate specific system critical aspects on Alpha level equipment prior to full spectrum validation testing. Tap into our network of engineers for an insightful test approach that is based on our experience, flexibility and insight of your developmental needs.

NEBS Testing Services

NEBS or “Network Equipment-Building System.” refers to a family tests that apply to telecommunications equipment located in a Central Office.

The two most common tests are GR-63-CORE, Network Equipment-Building System Requirements: Physical Protection, and GR-1089-CORE, Electromagnetic Compatibility and Electrical Safety — Generic Criteria for Network Telecommunications Equipment.

The Regional Bell Operating Companies (RBOCs) and prospective suppliers routinely test their developmental equipment at DTB to determine compatibility to these telecommunications network standards.

NEBS requires products to be evaluated in extreme environments and phenomena.

DTB offers engineering analysis to our customers for both physical and electrical protection characteristics of telecommunications products that will be under test. This consultation can occur before, during or after testing activities. Typical Engineering analysis consists of early-stage analysis of product designs and performance.