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Trying to identify an old datacomms test set

Trying to identify an old datacomms test set

This is a long shot I know but I'm trying to remember the name of a handheld datacoms test set that I used occasionally in the 80's/90's.
It was around 10'' wide, 3'' high and 7'' deep, turquoise colour. the hinged lid had an lcd display and the bottom section was the keyboard.It was a handy vdu and serial data analyser.
It was made in the US by a company with a name something like 'Atlantic Research'.
I just can't for the life of me remember.
Can anyone help?

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