Remote Spectrum Trial 2018-04-12T13:23:51+00:00

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Thank you for your interest in evaluating Remote Spectrum, ZCorum’s Remote Downstream Analysis tool for DOCSIS networks. The trial version is fully functional and offers every feature of the product for you to test-drive. You will first need to install a server component that will collect the spectrum from compatible cable modems on your CMTS. This is an easy installation on a Windows PC or laptop (Windows 7 or better).  There is also a server component for a machine running Linux if you prefer that operating system. Linux installations also require that Tomcat 7 be installed. Once the server component is installed we will provide you with a license key for the server and client applications.

You will have 30 days in which to explore all of the features of the tool. Use the trial period to find out how it can improve your network and keep your subscribers satisfied.

We’re confident that you will quickly see that Remote Spectrum is a powerful tool that can significantly improve your network quality and operational efficiency. Once you’ve completed your trial, you will be able to purchase a license without the need to reinstall or go through the setup process again. To get started, contact us using the form provided or by phone at 678-507-5000 ext. 5562.


  • Increase network performance with real-time visibility into all downstream channels without the need for expensive and heavy spectrum equipment. You can ditch your meter!
  • Compare spectrum for two modems simultaneously.
  • Equip your technicians in the field with Remote Spectrum running on their smartphones or tablets.
  • Avoid future outages and create subscriber loyalty.


When you sign up for an Remote Spectrum trial you will receive instructions and examples on how to proceed.

The steps to trial are as follows:

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