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    lab-installed equipment

    hello everybody,
    I came across the following sentences when I read an article last time:

    Telecom network test equipment has evolved into two distinct product sets:

    1. Lab-installed equipment used for load testing devices and configurations, and for conformance testing.
    2. Field equipment used by operations specialists as part of their diagnostic and repair missions.

    I'm confused by the adjective Lab-installed before equipment in the first classification - I'm not sure whether it means equipment that is installed with a lab, perhaps small in size but efficient in function, or it just indicates that the equipment is installed in a lab.

    Thanks.


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    Re: lab-installed equipment

    i see, thanks.

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