How to check whether port is open in Powershell

Question:

I do not have telnet command in my system.

However my system is installed with Windows 10, so there must be a way to check whether particular port is open or not in a remote system. That particular remote system is accessible I had checked with ping command.

So here is my simple question,- how to check whether particular port is open or not using powershell.

Command netstat could brief for local system service & port and particular protocol either UDP or TCP is up & runnning. As I do not have telnet I need this to be sorted out and tackled by powershell. Any advise and suggestion are welcome.

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