Multiple Application Platform (MAP-200) Platform Overview

Multiple Application Platform (MAP-200) Platform Overview
Multiple Application Platform (MAP-200)
Platform Overview
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Flexible, Dynamic Solution for Comprehensive Optical
and Electro-Optical Testing
The JDSU Multiple Application Platform (MAP-200) is designed to help manage
the test and measurement needs of an industry that requires flexibility and
dynamic performance. Our goal is to offer researchers, designers, and
manufacturing engineers a platform that exceeds all others with its modularity,
reliability, and flexibility. The MAP-200 module breadth and performance are
consistent with the fiber optic technology leadership from JDSU.
Outstanding Support
JDSU is committed to providing you with the strongest possible application
support – a commitment that extends beyond the operation of our products to
understanding the specifics of the measurements being implemented. We believe
in learning from every customer interaction. Combining your measurement
experiences with ours and leveraging the flexibility and performance of our
products, enables us to deliver more powerful solutions.
We strive to optimize measurement performance, reduce cycle times, and
minimize ownership costs. Together, we can create solutions within your capital
budget that simplify your development, without compromising the performance
and reliability necessary to keep your program or factory on track.
Our next-generation products are born out of your needs. Throughout our
history, we have listened to our customers with eagerness to explore new ideas and
opportunities. These ideas may range from simple product enhancements to new
product concepts. We have confidence in our product breadth, yet we are equally
driven toward finding innovative ways to add value to your test and measurement
applications.
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Targeted Tools–The MAP-200 Solution Selection Guide
Multiple MAP-200 Mainframe Configurations
The MAP-200 mainframes are offered in three configurations for optimal adaptability within test sets: a three-slot configuration and a 19-inch rack, eight-slot
configuration with either front- or rear-facing orientation for optimal fiber routing. All three configurations are 3 RU high. The MAP-200 mainframes include all
hardward required for bench-top use, including rubber-accented feet located at
the corners for optimal stability and vibration isolation. Investment protection is
maximized for previous-generation MAP customers using a simple transition kit
that allows the insertion of previously field-deployed MAP modules in the MAP200 mainframe. The MAP-200 also provides additional cost savings by letting
users share the modules within a mainframe.
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The MAP-200 Solution Selection Guide
MAP EDFA
MAP Variable Optical Attenuator
Available in six configurations: preamplifier, booster, booster-high power,
mid-span access booster, in-line and
booster-DWDM. Features a low noise
figure, high output power, and high
gain. Currently the high power booster
model offers an output of 21 dBm.
A high resolution, wide wavelength
range attenuator. Available with 1 or 2
devices per module, single-mode or
multimode fiber, four standard connector types, and tap option or power control feature.
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MAP Polarization Controller
MAP Variable Backreflector
An efficient, precise polarization controller that can create any state of polarization. May also be used as part of a
polarization state analyzer.
Provides precise levels of return loss to
transmitters allowing measurements of
system sensitivity or system degradation
as a function of backreflection. Available
in single-mode or multimode and with
an optional coupler for monitoring.
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MAP Tunable Filter
Tunable bandpass filter offers continuous wavelength tuning from 1420 to
1630 nm. The standard model provides
300 mW maximum input power. The
high power option provides 1000 mW
maximum input power.
MAP Optical Power Meter
Features accuracy, high linearity, and
extremely low polarization dependent
loss (PDL). Incorporates a standard
analog output. Model with 10 mm
detector adapter may be used with up to
72 channel multimode ribbon fibers.
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MAP Broadband Source
MAP DFB Laser
Offers an amplified spontaneous emission (ASE) output that features flattened
high power density across the C-band or
C+L-band. The source provides high
spectral stability.
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May be used to create an ITU grid in
which optical frequency represented by a
DFB laser corresponds to the transmitter
in the optical network. Can be selected to
comply with the 50 GHz ITU grid in the
C- and L-band (1527 to 1610 nm) wavelength ranges.
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The MAP-200 Solution Selection Guide
MAP DFB Laser - Analog
Modulation
Offers 1 GHz of modulation bandwidth
from front panel connector. Designed to
meet the needs of CATV test. Low distortion ensures accurate CATV receiver
test.
MAP Fabry-Perot Laser
Produces a stable light source at desired
wavelengths. Offers optimal stability
and features such as built-in internal
and external modulation capabilities,
and variable power control.
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MAP LED Source
Provides a high-power light emitting
diode (LED)-based light source with
variable output power.
MAP Tunable Laser
An external cavity tunable diode laser
that offers exceptional speed, accuracy
and flexibility at a competitive price.
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MAP Large Channel Count
Switch
MAP Small Channel Count
Switch
A bidirectional switch, allows connections of a common port to up to 50
channels. Available in single- or dualswitch configurations. Exhibits low
insertion loss and high return loss.
A low-cost switch allowing for a number
of configurations. The switch is bidirectional, transparent to signal format, and
available in both single-mode and multimode versions.
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MAP RF Switch
MAP Utility
A 50-ohm coaxial switch for routing RF
and microwave signals at frequencies up
to 26.5 GHz.
Simplifies the mechanical integration of
passive optical components for test sets.
Highly configurable and contains passive optical devices such as splitters and
taps. Supports angle or flat polish connectors as well as single-mode and multimode fibers.
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The MAP-200 Solution Selection Guide
Application Reference Table
The MAP-200 system of products addresses standard testing requirements in
addition to evolving testing challenges. See the table below for a sampling of tests
and the appropriate measurement equipment.
10 Gb/s
NETWORK
TEST BED
BIT
ERROR
RATE
EXTINCTION EYE
RATIO
MASK
INSERTION
LOSS
INTRINSIC
JITTER
NOISE
FIGURE
OPTICAL OSNR POLARIZATION POLARIZATION RETURN
GAIN
DEPENDANT
DEPENDENT
LOSS
GAIN
LOSS
Broadband Source
Couplers and Splitters
DFB Laser
EDFA
Fabry-Perot Laser
Polarization Controller
Power Meter
RF Switch
Switches
Tunable Filter
Tunable Laser
Variable Backreflector
Variable Optical Attenuator
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COMMUNICATIONS TEST & MEASUREMENT SOLUTIONS
Multiple Application Platform
MAP-200
Key Features
• Available in three mainframe configurations
• GPIB- and LXI™-compliant (Ethernet)
• Optional 10.4-inch touch screen display module with
integrated keypad and scroll wheel
• DVI port for external display
• USB device ports for external keyboard and mouse
• Hot-swappable module (module can be inserted or
removed without powering down)
• Field replaceable controller/power supply module
MAP-230 (top) and MAP-280 (bottom)
mainframes
Applications
• Enables transceiver and transponder
testing
• Permits comprehensive passive
and active component, laser, and
amplifier testing
• Facilitates 10 G and 40 G system and
subsystem testing
Compliance
• Optical source modules, when
installed in the MAP Mainframe,
meet the requirements of standard
IEC 60825-1(2002) and comply with
CFR 1040.10 except deviations per
Laser Notice No. 50, July 2001
• CSA/UL/IEC 61010-1
• LXI Class C compliant
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• Compatible with current MAP modules
The JDSU Multiple Application Platform (MAP-200) is an optical test and
measurement platform optimized for cost-effective development and manufacturing of optical transmission network elements. Today’s rapidly changing
optical market requires investment in productivity-enhancing technologies and
tools, making the MAP-200 scalable test platform the right tool needed in even
the most stringent environments.
Based on the previous-generation Multiple Application Platform (MAP), the
MAP-200 builds on the differentiation of offering the broadest portfolio of
modules in the densest and most configurable platform. The MAP-200 is
optimized for test applications in lab and manufacturing environments ranging
from insertion loss testing to dispersion penalty testing (see Table 1).
Passives
Lasers and Amplifiers
Optical Transport
– Insertion Loss
– Polarization Dependent Loss
– Return Loss
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Gain Flatness
Output Power
Transient Response
Spectral Width
Side Mode Suppression Ratio
Wavelength
NF and OSNR
Table 1 List of MAP-200 applications by technology
Stress Receiver Compliance
Jitter Testing
Sensitivity
Dispersion Penalty
SMSR
Receiver Overload
Eye Mask/Extinction Ratio
OSNR Sensitivity
MAP-200
Multiple MAP-200 Mainframe Configurations
The MAP-200 mainframes are offered in three configurations for optimal adaptability within test sets: a three-slot configuration and a 19-inch rack, eight-slot
configuration with either front- or rear-facing orientation for optimal fiber routing. All three configurations are 3 RU high. The MAP-200 mainframes come standard with hardware required for bench-top use including rubber-accented feet
located at the corners for optimal stability and vibration isolation. Investment
protection is maximized by use of a simple transition kit, which allows insertion
of previously field-deployed MAP modules in the MAP-200 mainframe. Furthermore, the MAP-200 provides additional cost savings by letting users share the
modules within a mainframe.
High-Performance MAP-200 Modules
The MAP-200 portfolio of modules include 16 types of high-performance modules including signal conditioning and switching, sources and amplification, and
power meters.
MAP Power Meters provide high absolute power measurement accuracy over a
broad power and wavelength range. They support a broad combination of fiber
types and connectivity option optimized for datacom and telecom applications.
MAP Amplifiers meet the broadest optical signal amplification applications.
They are available at various saturated output power, gain flattened or nongain
flattened, C-band, L-band, and with low noise figure.
MAP Attenuators provide the highest performance optical power control solution. The attenuators offer the lowest insertion loss, highest input power capability, low polarization dependent loss (PDL), high dynamic range, and ultra-flat
attenuation over wavelength.
MAP Tunable Filters provide the lowest loss and narrowest bandwidth filter with
the highest input power capability in the industry.
MAP Switches are the most configurable optical signal routing solutions in their
class. MAP Switches are available in configurations including low channel count
matrix (2x2) and single input to multiple outputs ranging from 2 to 50. In the 1x2
and 2x2 format, the modules are available with up to eight switches per single slot
module.
MAP Sources are ideal sources for applications requiring a stable stimulus for
parametric measurements. The sources are available at key telecom wavelengths,
with broad or narrow spectral bandwidth, or with tunable spectrum.
Other functions available in the MAP-200 include a variable backreflector, polarization controller, RF switch, and utility modules.
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MAP-200
Elaborate Local Interface and Friendly Graphical User Interface
Figure 1 Keypad/display module
To view the graphical user interface (GUI) and for local control, the MAP-200
mainframes are compatible with standard universal serial bus (USB) keyboards,
USB mice, and digital video interface (DVI) monitors. For added convenience
and flexibility, JDSU offers an optional purpose-built keypad/display module
(MAP-200KD), shown in Figure 1, that provides full local control capabilities.
The MAP-200KD features a scroll wheel, seven soft keys, five navigation buttons,
plus seven pre-assigned buttons to navigate the GUI. Touch capability and userfriendly controls come standard for operation with the touch of a finger or with
the supplied stylus. Located at the back of the MAP-200KD module is an
industry-standard mounting hole compatible with commercially available display
mounts or the purpose-built MAP-200 Keypad Display 19-inch rack-mount kit
(MAP-200A09). Alternatively, the GUI can be accessed in a PC environment via a
virtual network connection (VNC) client.
When in use with the MAP-230 mainframe, shown in Figure 2b, the MAP-200KD
module can be mounted to the top face of it. Pop-out feet located on the
mainframe lets users position the combined unit in a front-facing manner to
ensure optimal viewing and interaction with the unit.
Figure 2a
Figure 2b
Figures 2a and 2b Suggested MAP-230 and MAP-200KD implementation. Figure 2a shows the MAP-200KD mounted on the MAP-230, an optimal
configuration for applications requiring high interactivity with the GUI. Figure 2b shows the MAP-200KD next to the MAP-280, a configuration that is
optimal for applications requiring high interactivity with the device under test (DUT) and the MAP-200 modules, as well as monitoring via the GUI.
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MAP-200
Extensive Input/Output Interfaces
The MAP-200 is a USB-, General Purpose Interface Bus- (GPIB-), and Ethernetenabled device that supports the latest test equipment interface standard, local
area network (LAN) extension interface for instrumentation (LXI). LXI is the
Ethernet-based successor to GPIB. The LXI standard defines devices using openstandard for system inter-device communication.
All mainframe configurations include:
– GPIB, Ethernet, and USB device ports for remote communication
– 4 USB host ports for installing peripheral devices, including USB drives,
a mouse, and a keyboard
– LXI-compliant Trigger Bus connections
– Ethernet reset button
– Laser interlock key in the front and remote interlock connector in the rear
– LXI-compliant light emitting diodes (LEDs) on the front panel
– DVI connector for external monitor
Standard Compliant Automation Drivers
MAP-200 is supplied with Interchangeable Virtual Instrument (IVI) drivers,
which are intuitive and optimized for ease of use with popular Application
Development Environments such as LabVIEW, Visual C++, Visual Basic, and
LabWindows™. These drivers provide full control of the modules and provide
drop-in instrument programming capabilities, allowing test programmers to
focus on test-level functions and sequences rather than the details required to
communicate with the specific modules in the MAP system. The IVI drivers come
with a built-in simulator that lets Automation Developers capture system configurations so they can perform most of their development off line, freeing hardware
for other purposes. These features make test automation development and
debugging fast and easy.
Automation Remote User 1
(Optional)
Automation Remote User 2
(Optional)
Automation Remote User 3
(Optional)
Equipment
Server
Network
LAN Connection
MAP-200 SERIES
MAP-200 SERIES
MAP-200 SERIES
MAP-280
MAP-280
Optical
Connection
Optical
Connection
MAP-200 SERIES
Automation Local User
(Optional)
Figure 3 MAP implementation within a shared resource environment
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MAP-200
Mainframe Specifications
Parameter
MAP-230
MAP-280
MAP-280R
Capacity
Controller
CPU
Operating System
Internal Storage
Interfaces
Remote interface
USB device compability
Display
Ports
USB host ports
USB device ports
LAN
GPIB
DVI video
LXI triggers
Automation
Driver type
Driver compatibility
Accessibility
Electrical and Safety
Power
3 modules
8 modules
8 modules
Power consumption
Local interlock
Remote interlock
Mechanical and Environment
Rack-mount kit
Dimensions (W x H x D)1
Weight
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Humidity
1. Dimensions include bench-top mounting hardware
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Power PC architecture
Linux
200 MB user flash storage
USB, GPIB, Ethernet 10/100/1000BaseT
Mouse, keyboard, memory stick
External MAP-200KD (optional) or standard DVI monitor
2 rear and 2 front
1 front
1 rear
1 rear
1 rear
25-pin Micro-D connectors
IVI-compliant
LabVIEW, LabWindows, Visual C++, Visual Basic
Multi-user sharing support
100 to 125V AC/200 to 240V AC, 50/60 Hz, Auto-switching
(field-replaceable as part of the power supply controller module)
200 VA
Key located in front
Terminals located in rear
Optional
29.2 x 14.9 x 42.0 cm
(11.5 x 5.9 x 16.6 in)
5.9 kg (13 lb)
Included
49.6 x 14.9 x 42.0 cm
(19.6 x 5.9 x 16.6 in)
6.8 kg (15 lb)
0 to 50°C
–30 to 60°C
<80% RH, 0 to 40°C non-condensing
Included
49.6 x 14.9 x 42.0 cm
(19.6 x 5.9 x 16.6 in)
6.8 kg (15 lb)
MAP-200
MAP-200KD Display Specifications
Parameter
Specification
Display dimensions (H x W)
Resolution
Power
Weight
10.4-inch color screen
800 x 600 resolution
Supplied from mainframe via MAP-200A01 Keypad/Display Cable Harness Kit
1.8 kg (4 lb)
Ordering Information
For more information on this or other products and their availability, please contact your local JDSU account manager or
JDSU directly at 1-800-498-JDSU (5378) in North America and +800-5378-JDSU worldwide or via e-mail at
customer.service@jdsu.com.
Product Code
Description
Mainframes (Required)
MAP-280
MAP-200 8-slot mainframe
MAP-280R
MAP-200 8-slot mainframe factory reversed configuration
MAP-230
MAP-200 3-slot mainframe
Power Cords (Required)
CORD-AU
Australian power cord
CORD-EU
European power cord
CORD-JP
Japan power cord
CORD-UK
United Kingdom power cord
CORD-US
United States power cord
Accessories (Optional)
MAP-200KD
MAP-200 stand-alone keypad/display module
MAP-200A01
MAP-200KD keypad/display cable harness kit
MAP-200A03
MAP-280 8-slot mainframe 19-inch rack-mount kit
MAP-200A05
MAP-200 adaptor kit for single width MAP modules (requires one kit per device)
MAP-200A05D
MAP-200 adaptor kit for double width MAP modules (requires one kit per device)
MAP-200A09
MAP-200KD keypad/display module rack-mount kit
MAP-200A10
MAP-200 3-slot mainframe 19-inch rack-mount kit
Replacement/Spare Parts (Optional)
MAP-200A02
MAP-200 controller for MAP-280 and MAP-230
MAP-200A02R
MAP-200 controller for MAP-280R
MAP-200A04
MAP-200 safety interlock key
MAP-200A06
MAP-200 blanking plates (kit of 3)
MAP-200A07
MAP-200 stylus
MAP-200A08
MAP-230 3-slot mainframe flip-up feet
MAP-200A11
MAP-200 detachable side panels for bench-top use
MAP-200A12
MAP-200 handles for detachable side panels
Visual Basic and LabWindows are a registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.
LabVIEW is a registered trademark of National Instruments Corporation.
UL is a registered trademark of Underwriters Laboratories Inc.
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COMMUNICATIONS TEST & MEASUREMENT SOLUTIONS
MAP Erbium-Doped Fiber Amplifier
(mEDFA-A1)
Key Features
• Pre-amp, booster and in-line configurations
• High output power and gain maximize operating range
• Low noise figure minimizes optical impairment
• Monitoring and alarms available
• Can be automated when used with MAP-200
LXI™-compliant interfaces and IVI drivers
Applications
• In-line, pre-amp and booster
amplifier emulation
• Dense wavelength division
multiplexing (DWDM) transmission
for multi-channel applications
• SONET/SDH systems for single
channel applications
• Optical signal-to-noise ratio
(OSNR) experiments
Safety Information
• The MAP EDFA, when installed in a
MAP chassis, complies to CE,
CSA/UL/IEC61010-1, LXI Class C
requirements, meets the requirements of Class 3B in standard
IEC 60825-1 (2002), and complies
with 21 CFR 1040.1 except
deviations per Laser Notice No. 50,
July 2001.
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The Multiple Application Platform (MAP) Erbium-Doped Fiber Amplifier
(mEDFA-A1) is optimized for the industry-leading MAP-200 platform from
JDSU. Based on the previous-generation MAP, the MAP-200 is the first photonic
layer lab and manufacturing platform that is LAN Extensions for Instrumention
(LXI)-compliant by conforming to the required physical attributes, Ethernet
connectivity, and interchangeable virtual instrument (IVI) drivers. The MAP-200
platform is optimized for density and maximum configurability to meet specific
application requirements in the smallest possible foot print. The MAP EDFA has
a saturated output power ranging from 14 dBm to 21 dBm, features noise figures
as low as 3.5 dB and has gain flatness better than 1.4 dB. All MAP EDFA models
are available for operation in C- or L-band.
The MAP EDFA models provide specialized variants and optical performance not
available in the Benchtop EDFA line. Additional EDFA models are available in the
Benchtop EDFA product line for applications requiring higher saturated power or
operation in the C+L-band.
MAP ERBIUM-DOPED FIBER AMPLIFIER
Specifications
Parameter
1550
Amplifier type
Pre-amp Booster
Operating wavelength range
1528 to
1565 nm
Single
channel
>14 dBm
< 3.5 dB
>37 dB
Input signal
Saturated output power
(minimum)1
Noise figure (maximum)2
Small signal gain
(minimum)3
Input/output monitors
Polarization dependent loss
(PDL) (maximum)
Polarization mode dispersion
(PMD) (maximum)
Input/output isolation (typical)
Spectral gain flatness
(maximum) (p-p)4
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Humidity
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Weight
1552
1552
1554
1558
1590
1592
1594
In-line
Booster
In-line
1528 to
1565 nm
Single
channel
>17 dBm
Booster
DWDM
1528 to
1563 nm
Multichannel
(DWDM)
>21 dBm
Pre-amp
1528 to
1565 nm
Single
channel
>17 dBm
Booster
high power
1528 to
1565 nm
Single
channel
>20 dBm
1565 to
1610 nm
Single
channel
>15 dBm
1565 to
1610 nm
Single
channel
>15 dBm
1565 to
1610 nm
Single
channel
>20 dBm
< 4.5 dB
>30 dB
< 5.0 dB
>32 dB
< 3.8 dB
>35 dB
< 5.5 dB
>25 dB
< 5.0 dB
>24 dB
< 5.5 dB
>22 dB
< 5.5 dB
>28 dB
No
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
< 0.2 dB
< 0.2 dB
< 0.2 dB
< 0.2 dB
<0. 25 dB
< 0.3 dB
< 0.3 dB
< 0.3 dB
< 0.5 ps
< 0.4 ps
< 0.4 ps
< 0.5 ps
< 0.65 ps
< 0.6 ps
< 0.6 ps
< 0.6 ps
45/32 dB
N/A
32/32 dB
N/A
32/32 dB
< 1.4 dB
N/A/40 dB
N/A
40/40 dB
N/A
40/40 dB
N/A
N/A/32 dB 45/32 dB
N/A
N/A
0 to 40°C
–30 to 60°C
Maximum 95% RH non-condensing from 0 to 45°C
4.06 x 13.26 x 37.03 cm (1.6 x 5.22 x 14.58 in)
1.3 kg (2.87 lb)
Note: All specifications guaranteed at 1550 nm and at 23°C
1. Saturated Output Power measured:
at 1550 nm at Pin = –4 dBm
at 1550 nm at Pin = –4 dBm (mid-span) for models 1550, 1552, 1554, 1558
at 1590 nm at Pin = 0 dBm (mid-span) for models 1590, 1592, 1594
2. Noise figure measured:
at Pin = –30 dBm for model 1550
at Pin = –4 dBm for models 1552, 1558, 1592
at Pin = –20 dBm for models 1554, 1590, 1594
3. Small signal gain measured:
at Pin = –30 dBm for model 1550
at Pin = –20 dBm for model 1552, 1554, 1590, 1592, 1594
at Pin = –4 dBm for model 1558
4. Flatness optimized:
for Pin = –4 dBm for model 1558
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MAP ERBIUM-DOPED FIBER AMPLIFIER
Ordering Information
For more information on this or other products and their availability, please contact your local JDSU account manager or
JDSU directly at 1-800-498-JDSU (5378) in North America and +800-5378-JDSU worldwide or via e-mail at
customer.service@jdsu.com.
Product Code
Description
Base Options (Required, select one)
MEDFA-A15500
14 dBm C-band, Single Channel, Pre-amp
MEDFA-A15520
17 dBm C-band, Single Channel, Booster
MEDFA-A15522
20 dBm C-band, Single Channel, Booster
MEDFA-A15540
17 dBm C-band, Single Channel, In-Line Booster
MEDFA-A15580
21 dBm C-band, DWDM, Booster
MEDFA-A15900
15 dBm C-band, Single Channel, Pre-amp
MEDFA-A15920
15 dBm C-band, Single Channel, Booster
MEDFA-A15940
20 dBm C-band, Single Channel, In-Line Booster
Connector Options (Required, select one)
MFP
FC/PC connector type
MFA
FC/APC connector type
UL is a registered trademark of Underwriters Laboratories Inc.
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COMMUNICATIONS TEST & MEASUREMENT SOLUTIONS
MAP Variable Optical Attenuator
(mVOA-A2)
Key Features
• Ultra low insertion loss (<1.0 dB) and outstanding
spectral uniformity
• Fastest transition speed in its class (up to 25 dB/s)
• Configurable by user at time of order (fiber type, density,
built-in options, high power option)
• Optional built-in power monitor provides comprehensive
closed-loop power control settings
• Optional higher power capability can withstand up to 2W
input power for single-mode fiber (500 mW for MMF)
• Can be automated when used with MAP-200
LXI™-compliant interfaces and IVI drivers
Applications
• Transmitter dispersion testing and
eye mask testing
• Receiver sensitivity testing
• EDFA noise figure and gain
flatness testing
• Power meter calibration
• Loss simulation
Safety Information
• The MAP Variable Optical
Attenuator, when installed in a
MAP chassis, complies to CE,
CSA/UL/IEC61010-1, plus LXI
Class C requirements.
The Multiple Application Platform (MAP) Variable Optical Attenuator
(mVOA-A2) is optimized for the industry-leading JDSU MAP-200 platform.
Based on the previous-generation MAP, the MAP-200 is the first photonic layer
lab and manufacturing platform that is LAN Extensions for Instrumentation
(LXI)-compliant by conforming to the required physical attributes, Ethernet
connectivity, and interchangeable virtual instrument (IVI) drivers. The MAP-200
platform is optimized for density and maximum configurability to meet specific
application requirements in the smallest possible footprint.
The mVOA-A2 is a stepper motor and filter-based attenuator that takes advantage
of the latest available technologies to provide the highest performance optical
power level control solution with the lowest optical impairments.
– Ultra low insertion loss to minimize loss budget utilization
– High accuracy and high repeatability to reduce measurement uncertainty
– Fast transition speed to reduce testing time
– Flat spectral response to reduce wavelength dependent uncertainty in
multi-wavelength applications (CWDM, DWDM)
– Low backreflection to reduce instabilities due to reflected light
– Optional built-in wavelength calibrated power meter reduces the uncertainty
by reducing external connections
– High input power capability for EDFA testing and multi-wavelength applications
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MAP VARIABLE OPTICAL ATTENUATOR
The MAP Variable Optical Attenuator is a hot-pluggable cassette designed for use within the MAP. The MAP is a general
purpose, high density test and measurement platform for lab or production environments. Accomodates the installation of
up to 16 independently controlled attenuators in a single MAP chassis.
Insertion Loss vs Wavelength
1
0.9
0.8
0.7
0.6
Insertion Loss [dB] 0.5
0.4
0.3
0.2
0.1
0
1250
1350
1450
1550
1650
Wavelength [nm]
Figure 1: Example of insertion loss of the MAP Variable Optical Attenuator with single-mode fiber
Spectral Uniformity Relative to 0 dB Attenuation
0.1
0.08
0.06
0.04
0.02
Relative Attenuation (dB)
0
-0.02
-0.04
-0.06
10 dB
20 dB
30 dB
-0.08
-0.1
1250
1350
1450
Wavelength [nm]
Figure 2: Example of spectral uniformity relative to 0 dB attenuation
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1550
1650
MAP VARIABLE OPTICAL ATTENUATOR
Optical Specifications
Parameter
Insertion loss at minimum attenuation1, 2, 3
Maximum input power
(Standard power/High power option)13
Wavelength range
Attenuation range1
Attenuation flatness8, 9
Attenuation slew rate (nominal)
Attenuation setting resolution
Attenuation accuracy1, 3, 12, 14
Attenuation repeatability, 2σ 3, 11, 12, 14
Closed loop output power range
(In-line power monitor option)
Relative power meter uncertainty3, 5, 9
Power setting repeatability5, 9
Power setting resolution
Polarization dependent loss (from 0 to 25 dB)3, 6
Return loss7
Shutter isolation
Warm up time
Calibration period
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Operating humidty (relative, non-condensing)
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Weight
Single-mode
Multimode10
No power control
With power control
No power control With power control
< 1.0 dB4, 5
< 1.7 dB5
< 1.5 dB4
+23 dBm/+33 dBm
< 2.2 dB
+23 dBm/+27 dBm
1260 to 1650 nm
750 to 1350 nm
70 dB
65 dB
±0.04 dB from 0 to 30 dB
N/A
25 dB/s typical
20 dB/s typical
0.001 dB
0.001 dB
±0.1 dB
±0.1 dB
±0.01 dB
±0.01 dB
N/A
–49 to +11 dBm @
N/A
–40 to +5 dBm @
1310/1550 ±15 nm
850/1310 ±15 nm
N/A
±0.03 dB
N/A
±0.03 dB
N/A
±0.015 dB
N/A
±0.015 dB
N/A
0.001 dBm
N/A
0.001 dBm
<0.08 dB
<0.15 dB
N/A
N/A
>55/45 dB typical (PC/APC connector)
>30 dB typical (PC connector)
100 dB typical
30 minutes
2 years
0 to 50°C
–30 to 60°C
<90% @ 23°C, <20% @ 50°C
4.06 x 13.26 x 37.03 cm (1.6 x 5.22 x 14.58 in)
1.1 kg (2.43 lb) single/1.3 kg (2.87 lb) dual
1. At 1310 ±15 nm and 1550 ±15 nm for single-mode unit and at 850 ±15 nm and 1300 ±15 nm for multimode unit
2. Including one mated pair of connectors
3. At 23 ±5°C
4. Not including tap coupler loss, if installed. Add 0.7 dB for tap coupler option
5. Value shown is for 1550 nm. For 1300/1310 nm the value is typical
6. At 1550 nm ±15 mm only
7. At 1550 nm ±15 nm for SMF, 1300 nm ±15 nm for MMF
8. From 1480 nm to 1640 nm relative to 0 dB attenuation
9. For unpolarized light
10. Multimode specifications are valid for category 4 CPR
11. Constant wavelength, constant temperature, constant state of polarization
12. Measured using low coherence laser source
13. Damage at high optical power due to scratched or poorly cleaned connectors may result. For high power applications, incident light must be applied from “IN” port to
“OUT” port. JDSU assumes no responsibility for these user conditions
14. From 0 to 45 dB attenuation
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MAP VARIABLE OPTICAL ATTENUATOR
Ordering Information
For more information on this or other products and their availability, please contact your local JDSU account manager or
JDSU directly at 1-800-498-JDSU (5378) in North America and +800-5378-JDSU worldwide or via e-mail at
customer.service@jdsu.com.
The MAP Variable Optical Attenuators are defined by selecting the required options from the product configurator in the
table below. Select one option from each of the three categories (Base, Fiber Type, and Connector Type Options).
Product Code
Sample Configuration
Description
Base Options (Required, select one)
MVOA-A2SS0
Single Attenuator, standard power, no built-in options
MVOA-A2SS1
Single Attenuator, standard power, 10/90 splitter for external power monitor
MVOA-A2SSM
Single Attenuator, standard power, with integrated power monitor
MVOA-A2SH0
Single Attenuator, high power, no built-in options
MVOA-A2SH1
Single Attenuator, high power, 10/90 splitter
MVOA-A2SHM
Single Attenuator, high power, with integrated power monitor
MVOA-A2DS0
Dual Attenuator, standard power, no built-in options
MVOA-A2DS1
Dual Attenuator, standard power, 10/90 splitter
MVOA-A2DSM
Dual Attenuator, standard power, with integrated power monitor
MVOA-A2DH0
Dual Attenuator, high power, no built-in options
MVOA-A2DH1
Dual Attenuator, high power, 10/90 splitter
MVOA-A2DHM
Dual Attenuator, high power, with integrated power monitor
Fiber Type Options (Required, select one)
M100
9/125 fiber type
M101
50/125 fiber type
M102
62.5/125 fiber type
Connector Type Options (Required, select one)
MFP
FC/PC connector type
MFA
FC/APC connector type
MSC
SC/PC connector type
MSU
SC/APC connector type
MVOA-A2SS0 with options M100 and MFP
Attenuator
Attenuator
Attenuator
In
In
In
Out
Without Options
Tap
Power
Meter
Tap
Out
MON
Out
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The following configuration specifies a single
attenuator, standard power, no built-in
options, 9/125 fiber type, and FC/PC
connector type.
With Tap Option
With In-line Power Monitor Option
COMMUNICATIONS TEST & MEASUREMENT SOLUTIONS
MAP Polarization Controller
(mPCS-A1)
Key Features
• Complete polarization control
• Designed to meet IEEE Std. 802.3aeTM 10 GbE testing
requirements
• Designed to perform fast polarization dependent loss
(PDL) measurements (4-state Mueller method)
• Compact single width cassette
• Very high angular accuracy and absolute fast axis
alignment accuracy
• Can be automated when used with MAP-200
LXI™-compliant interfaces and IVI drivers
Applications
• Passive component PDL and
polarization mode dispersion
(PMD) measurements
• EDFA noise and polarization
dependent gain (PDG) measurements
• 10 GbE transceiver worst-case
relative intensity noise and
dispersion penalty measurements
• Optical signal-to-noise ratio
(OSNR) and extinction ratio (ER)
measurements
Safety Information
• The MAP Polarization Controller,
when installed in a MAP chassis,
complies to CE, CSA/UL/
IEC61010-1, plus LXI Class C
requirements.
The Multiple Application Platform (MAP) Polarization Controller (mPCS-A1) is
optimized for the industry-leading JDSU MAP-200 platform. Based on the
previous-generation Multiple Application Platform (MAP), the MAP-200 is the
first photonic layer lab and manufacturing platform that is LAN Extensions for
Instrumentation (LXI)-compliant by conforming to the required physical
attributes, Ethernet connectivity, and interchangeable virtual instrument (IVI)
drivers. The MAP-200 platform is optimized for density and maximum configurability to meet specific application requirements in the smallest possible footprint.
The mPCS-A1 provides an efficient and precise way of creating any state of
polarization. It can also be used as part of a polarization state analyzer. The
mPCS-A1 is comprised of three rotating elements: a high extinction ratio
polarizer, a quarter-wave plate and a half-wave plate. The controller configuration
can be offered with a single-mode (SM) or a polarization maintaining fiber
(PMF) input.
The polarization controllers can be combined with other instruments to complete
measurement test systems such as erbium-doped fiber amplifier (EDFA) or
passive component test sets.
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MAP POLARIZATION CONTROLLER
Specifications
Parameter
1310 nm
1550 nm
Wavelength range
Insertion loss (IL)1, 3
IL variation with wavelength1, 3
IL variation with rotation1, 3, 4
Return loss (RL)
Extinction ratio2
Fast axis alignment accuracy
Angular accuracy
Rotational resolution
Maximum rotational speed per element
Maximum optical input power
Calibration
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Humidity
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Weight
1260 to 1360 nm
<1.5 dB
±0.1 dB
±0.05 dB
>45 dB
1420 to 1630 nm
<1.5 dB
±0.1 dB
±0.05 dB
>45 dB
1.
2.
3.
4.
>40 dB
<± 0.5°
±0.1°
0.075°
900°/s
100 mW
2 years
10 to 40°C
–30 to 60°C
Maximum 95% RH from 10 to 40°C non-condensing
4.06 x 13.26 x 37.03 cm (1.6 x 5.22 x 14.58 in)
1.6 kg (3.5 lb)
From 1520 to 1630 nm for the 1550 nm version
Measured with a >45 dB polarized narrow spectral line source
At 23°C 5°C
IL variation using an incoherent (broadband) source with both waveplates rotating at differing rates
Ordering Information
For more information on this or other products and their availability, please contact your local JDSU account manager or
JDSU directly at 1-800-498-JDSU (5378) in North America and +800-5378-JDSU worldwide or via e-mail at
customer.service@jdsu.com.
Product Code
Description
Base Options (Required, select one)
MPCS-A1300
Polarization controller, 1260 to 1360 nm
MPCS-A1500
Polarization controller, 1420 to 1630 nm
Fiber Type Options (Required, select one)
M100
9/125 fiber type
M103
PMF fiber type
Connector Options (Required, select one)
MFP
FC/PC connector type
MFA
FC/APC connector type
MSC
SC/PC connector type
MSU
SC/APC connector type
UL is a registered trademark of Underwriters Laboratories Inc.
IEEE Std.802.3ae is a registered trademark of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
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COMMUNICATIONS TEST & MEASUREMENT SOLUTIONS
MAP Variable Backreflector
(mVBR-A1)
Key Features
• Operation at 850/1310 or 1310/1550 nm
• Single-mode or multimode fiber
• Can be automated when used with MAP-200
LXI™-compliant interfaces and IVI drivers
Applications
• Transmitter/receiver development
and testing
• Reflection testing for connectors
• Quality assurance acceptance testing
• Laser development and production
Safety Information
• The MAP Variable Backreflector,
when installed in a MAP chassis,
complies to CE, CSA/UL/
IEC61010-1, plus LXI Class C
requirements.
The Multiple Application Platform (MAP) Variable Backreflector (mVBR-A1) is
optimized for the industry-leading JDSU MAP-200 platform. Based on the
previous-genertion MAP, the MAP-200 is the first photonic layer lab and
manufacturing platform that is LAN Extensions for Instrumentation (LXI)compliant by conforming to the required physical attributes, Ethernet connectivity, and interchangeable virtual instrument (IVI) drivers. The MAP-200
platform is optimized by density and maximum configurability to meet specific
application requirements in the smallest possible footprint. The MAP Variable
Backreflector cassette provides precise levels of return loss (RL) to transmitters,
enabling system sensitivity measurement or system degradation as a function of backreflection measurement.
When used with a transmitter/receiver pair and characterization equipment, the
MAP backreflector can be used to establish the magnitude of reflections that
significantly degrade transmission system performance, and to characterize the
problems they cause.
The MAP backreflector uses the JDSU linear attenuator prism and high
reflectivity mirror to precisely control the level of RL. The cassette is available in
single-mode (SMF) or multimode (MMF) fibers and with an optional coupler for
monitoring.
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MAP VARIABLE BACKREFLECTOR
Optical Configurations for the
Variable Backreflector Cassette
Attenuator
Attenuator
Input and
reflected output
Input and
reflected output
50%
tap
Reflector
Reflector
Tap output
(no reflection)
Without Coupler
With Coupler
Specifications
Parameter
Wavelength range
Maximum backreflection level
Minimum backreflection level (APC/PC)
Insertion loss (IL)(IN to OUT) 1, 2, 3
Relative backreflection setting accuracy 1, 3, 4
Backreflection setting resolution
Fiber type
Polarization dependent loss (PDL)1
Maximum optical input power
Calibration period
Warm-up time
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Humidity
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Weight
Single-mode
Single-mode
Multimode fiber
fiber (SMF)
fiber (SMF) with (MMF)
without Coupler 50/50 Coupler
without Coupler
1260 to 1650 nm
1260 to 1650 nm
750 to 1350 nm
750 to 1350 nm
>5.0 dB
< 60/< 45 dB
>9.5 dB
< 60/< 45 dB
>5.0 dB
–30/< 30 dB
>9.5 dB
–30/< 30 dB
N/A
±0.2
0.01
9/125 µm
<5.0 dB
±0.2
0.01
9/125 µm
N/A
<6.0 dB
±0.4
±0.4
0.01
0.01
50/125 or
50/125 or
62.5/125 µm
62.5/125 µm
<1.0 dB
<1.0 dB
N/A
N/A
200 mW
2 years
30 minutes
0 to 50°C
–30 to 60°C
<90% at 23°C, <20% at 50°C (relative non-condensing)
4.06 x 13.26 x 37.03 cm (1.6 x 5.22 x 14.58 in)
1.1 kg (2.43 lb) single backreflector/1.3 kg (2.87 lb) dual backreflector
1. At 1310 ±15 and 1550 ±15 nm for SM units and at 850 ±15 nm and 1310 ±15 nm for MM units
2. Including one mated pair of connectors
3. At 23 ±5°C
4. From maximum backreflection to –40 dB for SM units and from maximum backreflection to –25 dB for MM units
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Multimode fiber
(MMF) with
50/50 Coupler
MAP VARIABLE BACKREFLECTOR
Ordering Information
For more information on this or other products and their availability, please contact your local JDSU account manager or
JDSU directly at 1-800-498-JDSU (5378) in North America and +800-5378-JDSU worldwide or via e-mail at
customer.service@jdsu.com.
Product Code
Description
Base Options (Required, select one)
MVBR-A1S0
Single Backreflector, no built-in option
MVBR-A1S1
Single Backreflector with built-in 50/50 splitter
MVBR-A1D0
Dual Backreflector, no built-in option
MVBR-A1D1
Dual Backreflector with built-in 50/50 splitter
Fiber Type Options (Required, select one)
M100
9/125 fiber type
M101
50/125 fiber type
M102
62.5/125 fiber type
Connector Options (Required, select one)
MFP
FC/PC connector type
MFA
FC/APC connector type
MSC
SC/PC connector type
UL is a registered trademark of Underwriters Laboratories Inc.
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COMMUNICATIONS TEST & MEASUREMENT SOLUTIONS
MAP Tunable Filter
(mTBF-A1)
Key Features
• –3 dB bandwidth available at 0.11, 0.25, 0.55 nm
• Low polarization dependent loss (PDL) (<0.3 dB)
• Wide wavelength range (1420 to 1630 nm)
• Can be automated when used with MAP-200
LXI™-compliant interfaces and IVI drivers
Applications
• Spontaneous emission suppression
• Amplifier characterization
(Up to 1 W of input power)
• BER testing
• Tunable laser-based testing
Safety Information
• The MAP Tunable Filter, when
installed in a MAP chassis, complies
to CE, CSA/UL/IEC61010-1, plus
LXI Class C requirements.
The Multiple Application Platform (MAP) Tunable Filter (mTBF-A1) is
optimized for the industry-leading JDSU MAP-200 platform. Based on the
previous-generation MAP, the MAP-200 is the first photonic layer lab and
manufacturing platform that is LAN Extensions for Instrumentation (LXI)compliant by conforming to the rquired physical attributes. Ethernet
connectivity, and interchangeable virtual instrument (IVI) drivers. The MAP-200
platform is optimized for density and maximum configurability to meet specific
application requirements in the smallest possible footprint. The MAP Tunable
Filter is a tunable bandpass filter that offers continuous wavelength tuning from
1420 to 1630 nm. It is used for applications requiring low insertion loss (IL), high
rejection, narrow bandwidth and wavelength tuning resolution of 0.005 nm. The
standard model has a maximum input power of 300 mW and the high power
option provides a maximum input power of 1000 mW.
Two options are available:
– the peak search option, used to find the absolute maximum transmission
power within the filter's wavelength tuning range or a local maximum
transmission power within a user-defined wavelength range
– 10 percent tap option for power monitoring
MAP Tunable Filter is ideal for applications where the user needs to suppress
amplified spontaneous emissions (ASE) or isolate specific wavelengths. These
applications include amplifier characterization, bit error rate (BER) testing and
optical signal-to-noise ratio (OSNR) measurement.
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MAP TUNABLE FILTER
The filter makes use of a diffraction grating to separate the input light along several discrete paths.
A stepper-motor rotates the grating to transmit the desired wavelength along the output fiber.
Model "G" filter shape shows the low IL and sharpness of the filter.
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MAP TUNABLE FILTER
Specifications
Parameter
Model C
Model G
Model K
Wavelength range
Optical shape
–3 dB bandwidth1
3/20 dB ratio1
Insertion loss (IL)2
1520 to 1610 nm
1480 to 1630 nm
Input power3
Return loss (RL)4
Wavelength resolution
Polarization dependent loss (PDL)5, 1480 to 1630 nm
Tuning speed
Peak to average background noise
Accuracy
Peak search accuracy
Polarization mode dispersion (PMD)
Group delay variation within a –3 dB bandwidth
Recommended calibration period
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Weight
1420 to 1630 nm
Gaussian
0.11 nm ±15%
0.40 ±0.05
1420 to 1630 nm
Gaussian
0.25 nm ±15%
0.31 ±0.05
1420 to 1630 nm
Gaussian
0.55 nm ±15%
0.31 ±0.05
<6.0 dB
<8.0 dB
300 mW or 1 W
1. Measured at 1550 nm
2. Add 1.2 dB for tap or peak search option
3. At 23°C ±5°C
4. At selected wavelength
5. Input power is within the range of –20 dBm to +20 dBm. Excludes PDL effect
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<5.8 dB
<5.8 dB
<8.0 dB
<8.0 dB
300 mW or 1 W
300 mW
>45 dB
0.005 nm
<0.3 dB
>5 nm/s
>45 dB
±0.2 nm
<0.2 dB from output peak power
<0.3 ps
<5 ps
1 year
10 to –40°C
–10 to 60°C
8.1 x 13.26 x 37.03 cm (3.19 x 5.22 x 14.58 in)
2.3 kg (5.07 lb)
MAP TUNABLE FILTER
Ordering Information
For more information on this or other products and their availability, please contact your local JDSU account manager or
JDSU directly at 1-800-498-JDSU (5378) in North America and +800-5378-JDSU worldwide or via e-mail at
customer.service@jdsu.com.
Product Code
Description
Base Options (Required, select one)
MTBF-A1CS0
Tunable Filter, C Model, 0.11 nm –3 dB Bandwidth, Standard Power (300 mW)
MTBF-A1GS0
Tunable Filter, G Model, 0.25 nm –3 dB Bandwidth, Standard Power (300 mW)
MTBF-A1KS0
Tunable Filter, K Model, 0.55 nm –3 dB Bandwidth, Standard Power (300 mW)
MTBF-A1CH0
Tunable Filter, C Model, 0.11 nm –3 dB Bandwidth, High Power (1 W)
MTBF-A1GH0
Tunable Filter, G Model, 0.25 nm –3 dB Bandwidth, High Power (1 W)
MTBF-A1KH0
Tunable Filter, K Model, 0.55 nm –3 dB Bandwidth, High Power (1 W)
Built-in Options (Optional, select one)
M10SPLITTER
10% Output Tap option
MPOWMON
Power Monitor option
Connector Options (Required, select one)
MFP
FC/PC connector type
MFA
FC/APC connector type
MSC
SC/PC connector type
MSU
SC/APC connector type
If the configurations available do not meet
your performance requirements, please
contact our global sales and customer
service team to discuss the potential for
specialized solutions.
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COMMUNICATIONS TEST & MEASUREMENT SOLUTIONS
MAP Optical Power Meter
(mOPM-A1)
Key Features
• Low PDL (<0.01 dB)
• Wide wavelength range (800 to 1650 nm)
• High power option (2 W)
• Bare fiber measurements capability
• Can be automated when used with MAP-200
LXI™-compliant interfaces and IVI drivers
3 mm InGaAs
Power Meter with
Dual Detector
Configuration
The Multiple Application Platform (MAP) Optical Power Meter (mOPM-A1) is
optimized for the industry-leading JDSU MAP-200 platform. Based on the
previous-generation MAP, The MAP-200 is the first photonic layer lab and
manufacturing platform that is LAN Extensions for Instrumentation (LXI)compliant by conforming to the required physical attributes, Ethernet
connectivity, and interchangeable virtual instrument (IVI) drivers. The MAP-200
platform is optimized for density and maximum configurability to meet specific
application requirements in the smallest possible footprint. JDSU offers two types
of MAP Optical Power Meters: with a 3 mm Indium-Gallium-Arsenide (InGaAs)
detector and a 10 mm Germanium (Ge) detector.
3 mm InGaAs MAP Power Meter
Applications
• Dense wavelength division
multiplexing (DWDM) channel
measurements (Up to 128
channels/controller addresses)
• Amplifier characterization (Up to 2 W
of input power)
• Bit error rate (BER) testing
• Precise optical power control (±0.01 dB)
• Receiver and transmitter testing
The MAP InGaAs Optical Power Meter is optimized for applications using
single-mode (SM) or multimode (MM) fiber to measure power levels from -80 to
10 dBm over the wavelength range of 800 to 1650 nm. It features high accuracy,
high linearity and extremely low polarization dependant loss (PDL). The MAP
InGaAs Optical Power Meter Cassette with 3 mm InGaAs detector is available in
single or dual configuration and comes with an analog electrical output for
external monitoring. The averaging time can be set as low as 100 microns (µs) for
high-speed applications.
For ultimate flexibility, the detector heads were designed with JDSU AC100
interchangeable detector adapters that are available for six connector types as well
as a fiber holder that permits bare fiber measurements (please refer to the
Optional Accessories section). The MAP InGaAs Optical Power Meter is supplied
with an FC detector adapter as a standard accessory and an optional integrating
sphere may be fastened to the front panel for increased power measurement to
33 dBm (2 W) with decreased PDL to 0.005 dB.
Safety Information
10 mm Ge MAP Power Meter
• The MAP Optical Power Meter,
when installed in a MAP chassis,
complies to CE, CSA/UL/IEC61010-1,
plus LXI Class C requirements.
The MAP Ge Optical Power Meter can be used in applications using standard SM
or MM fiber as well as SM or MM ribbon cable with fiber counts as high as 72 (see
Specifications for further details). The MAP Ge Optical Power Meter can accurately measure power levels from -50 to 3 dBm over the wavelength range of 800
to 1650 nm.
The detector heads are compatible with the JDSU AC400 series interchangeable
detector adapters (please refer to the Optional Accessories section). The MAP
Ge Optical Power Meter is supplied with an FC detector adapter as a standard
accessory.
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MAP OPTICAL POWER METER
Specifications
Parameter
3 mm InGaAs MAP Power Meter
Sensor element
Wavelength range
Power range
Fiber type
Maximum core diameter for single fiber
Maximum core diameter for ribbon cable1
Uncertainty at reference condition
3 mm InGaAs
800 to 1650 nm
–80 to 10 dBm
Total uncertainty4,5
Relative uncertainty
Polarization6
Spectral ripple7
Linearity (at T = 23 ±5 °C)
Return loss (RL)9
Noise10 (peak to peak)
Averaging time
Analog output
Recalibration period
Warm-up time
Operating temperature
Humidity
Dimensions (W x H x D)
10 mm Ge MAP Power Meter
10 mm Ge
800 to 1650 nm
–50 to 3 dBm
SMF and MMF with N/A ≤ 0.27
62.5 µm (N/A ≤ 0.27)
N/A
62.5 µm (N/A ≤ 0.27)
±2.5% (1200 ≤ λ ≤ 1550 nm)2
±4%3
±4.0% (800 ≤ λ <1200 nm)2
N/A
N/A
±3.5% (1550 ≤ λ ≤ 1600 nm)2
±4.0% (1600 ≤ λ ≤ 1630 nm)2
N/A
±4.5% ±5 pW (800 ≤ λ ≤ 1630 nm)
±5.5% ±100 pW
±0.01 dB
±0.005 dB
1520 ≤ λ ≤ 1570 nm
–65 to 10 dBm
<± 0.02 dB
>55 dB
<5 pW
100 µs to 5 s
0 to 2 volts
Weight
<0.01 dB
<0.01 dB
±0.025 dB8
>50 dB
<±100 pW
100 µs to 5 s
N/A
1 year
20 minutes
5 to 40°C
non-condensing
4.06 x 13.26 x 37.03 cm (1.6 x 5.22 x 14.58 in)
8.10 x 13.26 x 37.03 cm (3.19 x 5.22 x 14.58 in)
1.2 kg (2.65 lb)
1. Six rows of 12 fibers with a 0.250 mm vertical and horizontal pitch
2. Reference condition: Fiber type: SMF-28, Ambient temperature: 23 ±3°C, Spectral width of source: <1 nm, Optical power on detector: 100 µW (–10 dBm)
3. Reference condition: CW laser with P = –10 dBm; Wavelength 1550 nm; FWHM <10 nm; SM fiber with single channel FC connector adapter; Ambient temperature 25 ±3°C
4. Operating conditions: N/A of fiber ≤0.27 Temperature, humidity and power ranges: as specified. For FC/APC connector N/A = 0.27 add 1%
5. For wavelengths >1600 nm and temperatures >35°C add 1.0%
6. Polarization: Polarization states at fixed wavelength (1550 ±30 nm) and constant power; Straight connector; T = 23 ±5°C
7. Ripple: 1545 ≤ λ ≤1565 nm; Fixed state of polarization; Constant power; Straight connector; T = 23 ±5°C
8. For 3 dBm >P >-30 dBm
9. RL: At 1310 nm and 1550 nm; 8° angled connector; T = 23 ±5°C
10. Noise: Averaging time 1 s; Observation time 300 s; Wavelength 1550 nm; T = 23 ±5°C
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Integrating Sphere Specifications
Parameter
AC330
Attenuation at reference1
Spectral range
Wavelength flatness2
RL3
Relative uncertainty4
Residual polarization dependent loss (PDL)5
Maximum power6
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
–30.7 ±0.8 dB
800 to 1650 nm
<±1.5 dB
>65 dB (typical)
<±0.05 dB
<0.005 dB
+33 dBm (2 W)
10 to 40°C, RH 15% to 70%
–30 to 60°C, RH 15% to 95% non-condensing
1. Measured with wavelength of 1550 nm at 23 ±5°C and RH = 50% with straight connector
2. From 850 nm to 1650 nm, refer to the wavelength of 1310 nm
3. Measured at 1310 nm and 1550 nm with SM fiber and FC/APC connector
4. At reference condition, with 8 degree angled connector, due to the polarization and interference
5. Measured at 1550 nm
6. Continuous Wave (CW) laser
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MAP OPTICAL POWER METER
Ordering Information
For more information on this or other products and their availability, please contact your local JDSU account manager or
JDSU directly at 1-800-498-JDSU (5378) in North America and +800-5378-JDSU worldwide or via e-mail at
customer.service@jdsu.com.
Product Code
Description
Configuration Options (Required, select one)
All mOPM-A1 are supplied with one detector cap and one FC detector adaptor per detector
MOPM-A1100
3 mm InGaAs detector on Channel 1
MOPM-A1110
3 mm InGaAs detector on Channel 1 and 2
MOPM-A1200
10 mm Ge detector on Channel 1
MOPM-A1120
3 mm InGaAs detector on Channel 1 and 10 mm Ge detector on Channel 2
Optional Accessories
3 mm InGaAs MAP Power Meter
AC100
Detector cap
AC101
FC detector adapter
AC102
ST detector adapter
AC103
SC detector adapter
AC112
MT ribbon cable adapter
AC114
MU detector adapter
AC115
E2000 dector adapter
AC120
Magnetic fiber holder (requires AC121)
AC121
Single bare fiber plug (requires AC120)
AC330
+33 dBm integrating sphere
10 mm InGaAs MAP Power Meter
AC400
Detector cap
AC401
FC/PC adapter
AC402
MPO/MTP adapter
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COMMUNICATIONS TEST & MEASUREMENT SOLUTIONS
MAP Broadband Source
(mBBS-A1)
Key Features
• Flattened output power spectrum
• High output power density
• High spectral stability
• Control and monitoring features
• Can be automated when used with MAP-200
LXI™-compliant interfaces and IVI drivers
Applications
• Optical component spectral tests
• Systems compliance tests
• Optical measurement systems
• Sensor and imaging experiments
Safety Information
• The MAP Broadband Source, when
installed in a MAP chassis, complies
to CE, CSA/UL/IEC61010-1, LXI
Class C requirements, meets the
requirements of Class 3B in
standard IEC 60825-1 (2002), and
complies with 21 CFR 1040.1 except
deviations per Laser Notice No. 50,
July 2001.
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The Multiple Application Platform (MAP) Broadband Source (mBBS-A1) is
optimized for the industry-leading JDSU MAP-200 platform. Based on the
previous-generation Multiple Application Platform (MAP), the MAP-200 is the
first photonic layer lab and manufacturing platform that is LAN Extensions for
Instrumentation (LXI)-compliant by conforming to the required physical
attributes, Ethernet connectivity, and interchangeable virtual instrument (IVI)
drivers. The MAP-200 platform is optimized for density and maximum configurability to meet specific application requirements in the smallest possible footprint.
Utilizing the latest advances in erbium technology, the MAP BBS offers an
amplified spontaneous emission (ASE) output that features flattened high power
density across the C-band or C+L-band. The source provides high spectral stability.
The addition the BBS Cassette can be used for many applications including OSNR
(optical signal-to-noise ratio) experiments, calibration of test equipment, and
noise source for active or passive component testing.
The MAP BBS models provide specialized variants and optical performance not
available in the Benchtop BBS. Additional BBS models are available in the
Benchtop BBS product line for applications requiring higher output power.
MAP BROADBAND SOURCE
Spectral Density Plot
C-band 50 mW
Spectral Density Plot
C+L-band 20 mW
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MAP BROADBAND SOURCE
Specifications
Parameter
C-Band
50 mW Output Power
Operating wavelength range
Total optical power (minimum)1
Spectral gain flatness (maximum)2
Total output power stability
Output isolation (minimum)
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Humidity
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Weight
1527 to 1568 nm
50 mW
1.6 dB
C-Band
100 mW Output Power
C+L-Band
20 mW Output Power
1525 to 1568 nm
1525 to 1610 nm
100 mW
20 mW
1.6 dB
2.5 dB
0.02 dB
45 dB
0 to 50°C
–30 to 60°C
Maximum 95% RH non-condensing from 0 to 45°C
4.06 x 13.26 x 37.03 cm (1.6 x 5.22 x 14.58 in)
2.3 kg (5.07 lb)
1. Measured at 1550 nm at 23°C after one hour warm up
2. Flatness range 1529 to 1565 nm for C-Band model and 1526 to 1603 nm for C+L-Band model
Ordering Information
For more information on this or other products and their availability, please contact your local JDSU account manager or
JDSU directly at 1-800-498-JDSU (5378) in North America and +800-5378-JDSU worldwide or via e-mail at
customer.service@jdsu.com.
Product Code
Description
Base Options (Required, select one)
MBBS-A1C050
C-Band Broadband Source, 50 mW output power
MBBS-A1C100
C-Band Broadband Source, 100 mW output power
MBBS-A1CL20
C+L-Band Broadband Source, 20 mW output power
Connector Options (Required, select one)
MFP
FC/PC connector type
MFA
FC/APC connector type
If the configurations available do not meet
your performance requirements, please
contact our global sales and customer
service team to discuss the potential for
specialized solutions.
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MAP DFB Laser
(mDFB-A1)
Key Features
• One or two DFB laser(s) per cassette
• 1.5 nm of wavelength tuning range
• 10 or 20 mW output power
• 200 Hz to 400 kHz modulation
• 100 GHz wavelength spacing
• Single-mode fiber (SMF) and polarization maintaining
fiber (PMF) output available
• Can be automated when used with MAP-200
LXI™-compliant interfaces and IVI drivers
Applications
• DWDM transmission testing
• Optical amplifier testing
• Fiber characterization
Safety Information
• The MAP DFB, when installed in a
MAP chassis, complies to CE,
CSA/UL/IEC61010-1, LXI Class C
requirements, meets the requirements of Class 3B in standard
IEC 60825-1(2002), and complies
with 21 CFR 1040.1 except
deviations per Laser Notice No. 50,
July 2001.
The Multiple Application (MAP) Distributed Feedback Source (mDFB-A1) is
optimized for the industry-leading JDSU MAP-200 platform. Based on the
previous-generation Multiple Application Platform (MAP), the MAP-200 is the
first photonic layer lab and manufacturing platform that is LAN Extensions for
Instrumentation (LXI)-compliant by conforming to the required physical
attributes, Ethernet connectivity, and interchangeable virtual instrument (IVI)
drivers. The MAP-200 platform is optimized for density and maximum configurability to meet specific application requirements in the smallest possible footprint.
The mDFB-A1 is an excellent source for dense wavelength division multiplexing
(DWDM) system testing. A combination of DFB lasers may be used to create an
ITU grid in which optical frequency represented by a DFB laser corresponds to
the transmitter in the optical network. The mDFB-A1 can be selected to comply
with the 100 GHz ITU grid in the C- and L-band (1529 to 1610 nm). The lasers
typically show a side-mode suppression ratio of 40 dB and can be modulated
internally from 0.2 to 400 kHz in square, sinusoidal and triangular waves.
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MAP DFB LASER
Specifications
Parameter
Wavelength
Range
Accuracy
Stability 15 minutes1, 2, 3
Stability 24 hours1, 2, 3
Tuning range
Resolution
Power
Laser output4
Laser power uncertainty3
Stability 15 minutes1, 2, 3
Stability 24 hours1, 2, 3
Resolution5
Attenuation range
Internal modulation1
Range6
Depth
Duty cycle
Function
Spectral properties
Width coherence control off
Width coherence control on
Side mode suppression ratio (SMSR)
Optical signal-to-noise ratio (OSNR)
(peak to maximum background)
Optical isolation
Relative intensity noise (RIN)
Recommended calibration period
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Weight
Specification
ITU grid C+L-band (see Channel Code Grid)
±0.03 nm
±0.005 nm
±0.01 nm
≥1.5 nm
0.01 nm
10 or 20 mW
±5%
±0.005 dB
±0.03 dB
0.01 dB
10 dB
0.2 to 400 kHz
0 to 100%
15 to 85%
Square, Sinusoidal and Triangular
<30 MHz
≥500 MHz
>40 dB
30 dB
30 dB
–140 dB/Hz
1 year
10 to 40°C
–30 to 60°C
4.06 x 13.26 x 37.03 cm (1.6 x 5.22.x 14.58 in)
0.5 kg (1.1 lb)
1. At full power
2. After 1 hour warm-up
3. Constant temperature within 25 ±3°C
4. Not including options
5. For maximum power to (maximum power –8 dB)
6. Nominal duty cycle is accurate from 0.2 to 100 kHz. Analog modulation bandwidth is 400 kHz
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MAP DFB LASER
Ordering Information
For more information on this or other products and their availability, please contact your local JDSU account manager or
JDSU directly at 1-800-498-JDSU (5378) in North America and +800-5378-JDSU worldwide or via e-mail at
customer.service@jdsu.com.
Product Code
Description
Base Options (Required, select one)
MDFB-A1110
DFB single channel laser source, 10 mW
MDFB-A1210
DFB dual channel laser source, 10 mW
MDFB-A1120
DFB single channel laser source, 20 mW
MDFB-A1220
DFB dual channel laser source, 20 mW
Laser Wavelength Options (Required, select one or two)
MITUL62
186.2 THz, 1610.06 nm wavelength
MITUL63
186.3 THz, 1609.19 nm wavelength
MITUL64
186.4 THz, 1608.33 nm wavelength
MITUL65
186.5 THz, 1607.47 nm wavelength
MITUL66
186.6 THz, 1606.60 nm wavelength
MITUL67
186.7 THz, 1605.74 nm wavelength
MITUL68
186.8 THz, 1604.88 nm wavelength
MITUL69
186.9 THz, 1604.03 nm wavelength
MITUL70
187 THz, 1603.17 nm wavelength
MITUL71
187.1 THz, 1602.31 nm wavelength
MITUL72
187.2 THz, 1601.46 nm wavelength
MITUL73
187.3 THz, 1600.60 nm wavelength
MITUL74
187.4 THz, 1599.75 nm wavelength
MITUL75
187.5 THz, 1598.89 nm wavelength
MITUL76
187.6 THz, 1598.04 nm wavelength
MITUL77
187.7 THz, 1597.19 nm wavelength
MITUL78
187.8 THz, 1596.34 nm wavelength
MITUL79
187.9 THz, 1595.49 nm wavelength
MITUL80
188 THz, 1594.64 nm wavelength
MITUL81
188.1 THz, 1593.79 nm wavelength
MITUL82
188.2 THz, 1592.95 nm wavelength
MITUL83
188.3 THz, 1592.10 nm wavelength
MITUL84
188.4 THz, 1591.26 nm wavelength
MITUL85
188.5 THz, 1590.41 nm wavelength
MITUL86
188.6 THz, 1589.57 nm wavelength
MITUL87
188.7 THz, 1588.73 nm wavelength
MITUL88
188.8 THz, 1587.88 nm wavelength
MITUL89
188.9 THz, 1587.04 nm wavelength
MITUL90
189 THz, 1586.20 nm wavelength
MITUL91
189.1 THz, 1585.36 nm wavelength
MITUL92
189.2 THz, 1584.53 nm wavelength
MITUL93
189.3 THz, 1583.69 nm wavelength
MITUL94
189.4 THz, 1582.85 nm wavelength
MITUL95
189.5 THz, 1582.02 nm wavelength
MITUL96
189.6 THz, 1581.18 nm wavelength
MITUL97
189.7 THz, 1580.35 nm wavelength
MITUL98
189.8 THz, 1579.52 nm wavelength
MITUL99
189.9 THz, 1578.69 nm wavelength
Product Code
Description
MITUC00
MITUC01
MITUC02
MITUC03
MITUC04
MITUC05
MITUC06
MITUC07
MITUC08
MITUC09
MITUC10
MITUC11
MITUC12
MITUC13
MITUC14
MITUC15
MITUC16
MITUC17
MITUC18
MITUC19
MITUC20
MITUC21
MITUC22
MITUC23
MITUC24
MITUC25
MITUC26
MITUC27
MITUC28
MITUC29
MITUC30
MITUC31
MITUC32
MITUC33
MITUC34
MITUC35
MITUC36
MITUC37
MITUC38
MITUC39
MITUC40
MITUC41
MITUC42
MITUC43
MITUC44
190 THz, 1577.86 nm wavelength
190.1 THz, 1577.03 nm wavelength
190.2 THz, 1576.20 nm wavelength
190.3 THz, 1575.37 nm wavelength
190.4 THz, 1574.54 nm wavelength
190.5 THz, 1573.71 nm wavelength
190.6 THz, 1572.89 nm wavelength
190.7 THz, 1572.06 nm wavelength
190.8 THz, 1571.24 nm wavelength
190.9 THz, 1570.42 nm wavelength
191 THz, 1569.59 nm wavelength
191.1 THz, 1568.77 nm wavelength
191.2 THz, 1567.95 nm wavelength
191.3 THz, 1567.13 nm wavelength
191.4 THz, 1566.31 nm wavelength
191.5 THz, 1565.50 nm wavelength
191.6 THz, 1564.68 nm wavelength
191.7 THz, 1563.86 nm wavelength
191.8 THz, 1563.05 nm wavelength
191.9 THz, 1562.23 nm wavelength
192 THz, 1561.42 nm wavelength
192.1 THz, 1560.61 nm wavelength
192.2 THz, 1559.79 nm wavelength
192.3 THz, 1558.98 nm wavelength
192.4 THz, 1558.17 nm wavelength
192.5 THz, 1557.36 nm wavelength
192.6 THz, 1556.55 nm wavelength
192.7 THz, 1555.75 nm wavelength
192.8 THz, 1554.94 nm wavelength
192.9 THz, 1554.13 nm wavelength
193 THz, 1553.33 nm wavelength
193.1 THz, 1552.52 nm wavelength
193.2 THz, 1551.72 nm wavelength
193.3 THz, 1550.92 nm wavelength
193.4 THz, 1550.12 nm wavelength
193.5 THz, 1549.32 nm wavelength
193.6 THz, 1548.51 nm wavelength
193.7 THz, 1547.72 nm wavelength
193.8 THz, 1546.92 nm wavelength
193.9 THz, 1546.12 nm wavelength
194 THz, 1545.32 nm wavelength
194.1 THz, 1544.53 nm wavelength
194.2 THz, 1543.73 nm wavelength
194.3 THz, 1542.94 nm wavelength
194.4 THz, 1542.14 nm wavelength
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MAP DFB LASER
Ordering Information
Product Code
Description
MITUC45
194.5 THz, 1541.35 nm wavelength
MITUC46
194.6 THz, 1540.56 nm wavelength
MITUC47
194.7 THz, 1539.77 nm wavelength
MITUC48
194.8 THz, 1538.98 nm wavelength
MITUC49
194.9 THz, 1538.19 nm wavelength
MITUC50
195 THz, 1537.40 nm wavelength
MITUC51
195.1 THz, 1536.61 nm wavelength
MITUC52
195.2 THz, 1535.82 nm wavelength
MITUC53
195.3 THz, 1535.04 nm wavelength
MITUC54
195.4 THz, 1534.25 nm wavelength
MITUC55
195.5 THz, 1533.47 nm wavelength
MITUC56
195.6 THz, 1532.68 nm wavelength
MITUC57
195.7 THz, 1531.90 nm wavelength
MITUC58
195.8 THz, 1531.12 nm wavelength
MITUC59
195.9 THz, 1530.33 nm wavelength
MITUC60
196 THz, 1529.55 nm wavelength
Fiber Type Options (Required, select one)
M100
9/125 fiber type
M103
PMF fiber type
Connector Options (Required, select one)
MFP
FC/PC connector type
MFA
FC/APC connector type
If the configurations available do not meet
your performance requirements, please
contact our global sales and customer
service team to discuss the potential for
specialized solutions.
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MAP DFB Laser – Analog Modulation
(mDFA-A1)
Key Features
• 10 mW output power
• 1 GHz of modulation bandwidth
• Very low second- and third-order distortion
• Can be automated when used with MAP-200
LXI™-compliant interfaces and IVI drivers
Applications
• CATV reference transmittter
• Multitone receiver test
Safety Information
• The MAP DFB Source with Analog
Modulation, when installed in a
MAP chassis, complies to CE,
CSA/UL/IEC61010-1, LXI Class C
requirements, meets the
requirements of Class 3B in
standard IEC 60825-1 (2002), and
complies with 21 CFR 1040.1 except
deviations per Laser Notice No. 50,
July 2001.
The Multiple Application Platform (MAP) Distributed Feedback Source with
Analog Modulation (mDFA-A1) is optimized for the industry-leading JDSU
MAP-200 platform. Based on the previous-generation MAP, the MAP-200 is the
first photonic layer lab and manufacturing platform that is LAN Extensions for
Instrumentation (LXI)-compliant by conforming to the required physical attributes, Ethernet connectivity, and interchangeable virtual instrument (IVI) drivers.
The MAP-200 platorm is optimized for density and maximum configurability to
meet specific application requirements in the smallest possible footprint.
The mDFA-A1 features 1 GHz of modulation bandwidth and low distortion for
accurate CATV receiver testing. The cassette features a built-in laser-bias driver
and thermo-electric cooler controller for optimal wavelength and power stability.
The radio frequency (RF) modulation is applied through an SMA connector
(50 Ohm impedance) on the front panel of the cassette. The RF path is an unamplified connection directly to the laser through an integrated bias-T.
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MAP DFB LASER – ANALOG MODULATION
Specifications
Parameter
Specification
Maximum radio frequency (RF) input power
Wavelength
Wavelength accuracy
Laser peak output power
Laser power uncertainty 1, 2, 3
Stability 24 hours1, 2, 3
Side mode suppression ratio (SMSR)
Optical isolation
Optical return loss (RL)
Relative intensity noise (RIN)
Recommended calibration period
Spectral linewidth
Bandwidth
Second order distortion4
Third order distortion4
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Dimensions (W x H x D )
Weight
+13 dBm
1550.1 nm
±0.1 nm
10 dBm
±5%
±0.1 dB
>30 dB
>30 dB
>40 dB
<–157 dB/Hz
1 year
<3.0 MHz
1 GHz
<–34 dBc
<–44 dBc
10 to 40°C
–30 to 60°C
4.06 x 13.26 x 37.03 cm (1.6 x 5.22 x 14.58 in)
0.5 kg (1.1 lb)
1. At full power
2. After one hour warm-up
3. Constant temperature within 25 ±3°C
4. IF = Iop, 35% OMI, F1 = 595.25 MHz, F2 = 553.25 MHz
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MAP DFB LASER – ANALOG MODULATION
Ordering Information
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JDSU directly at 1-800-498-JDSU (5378) in North America and +800-5378-JDSU worldwide or via e-mail at
customer.service@jdsu.com.
Product Code
Description
Base Options (Required)
MDFA-A1000
Modulated DFB laser source
Laser Wavelength Options (Required)
MITUC34
193.4 THz, 1550.12 nm wavelength
Connector Options (Required, select one)
MFP
FC/PC connector type
MFA
FC/APC connector type
If the configurations available do not meet
your performance requirements, please
contact our global sales and customer
service team to discuss the potential for
specialized solutions.
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MAP Fabry-Perot Laser
(mFPL-A1)
Key Features
• Dual independent sources available in a single cassette
• Single-mode (SM)/Multimode (MM) output
• Internal modulation
• Can be automated when used with MAP-200
LXI™-compliant interfaces and IVI drivers
Applications
• Insertion loss (IL)
• Return loss (RL)
• Polarization dependent loss (PDL) tests
• Dense wavelength division
multiplexing (DWDM) test
Safety Information
• The MAP Fabry-Perot Laser Source,
when installed in a MAP chassis,
complies to CE, CSA/UL/
IEC61010-1, LXI Class C requirements, meets the requirements of
Class 3B in standard IEC 60825-1
(2002), and complies with 21 CFR
1040.1 except deviations per Laser
Notice No. 50, July 2001.
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The Multiple Application Platform (MAP) Fabry-Perot Laser Source (mFPL-A1)
is optimized for the industry-leading JDSU MAP-200 platform. Based on the
previous-generation Multiple Application Platform (MAP), the MAP-200 is the
first photonic layer lab and manufacturing platform that is LAN Extensions for
Instrumentation (LXI)-compliant by conforming to the required physical
attributes, Ethernet connectivity, and interchangeable virtual instrument (IVI)
drivers. The MAP-200 platform is optimized for density and maximum configurability to meet specific application requirements in the smallest possible footprint.
The mFPL-A1 consists of a Fabry-Perot laser diode combined with a high performance laser driver circuitry for optimal wavelength and power stability. It
features internal modulation capabilities and variable power control. Cassettes
can be configured with two independent sources for maximum instrumentation
density.
MAP FABRY-PEROT LASER
Single-mode (SM) Specifications
Parameter
980 nm
1310 nm
Peak wavelength
Spectral width (FWHM)
Total power1, 2
Fiber type
Modulation3
Stability (15 minutes)1, 2, 4
Connector type
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Weight
980 ±20 nm
<5 nm
0 dBm
FlexcorTM
1310 ±20 nm
<5 nm
–3 dBm
SMF-28
1480 nm
1550 nm
1625 nm
1480 ±20 nm 1550 ±20 nm 1625 ±20 nm
<5 nm
<6 nm
<7 nm
–3 dBm
–3 dBm
–3 dBm
SMF-28
SMF-28
SMF-28
0.2 to 20 kHz
±0.005 dB
FC/PC, FC/APC
10 to 40°C
–30 to 60°C
4.06 x 13.26 x 37.03 cm (1.6 x 5.22 x 14.58 in)
0.5 kg (1.1 lb)
1650 nm
1650 ±20 nm
<7 nm
–3 dBm
SMF-28
1. After 30 minute warm-up
2. Measured at constant temperature of 23 ±5°C
3. Modulation duty cycle is adjustable from 15% to 85%. Modulation depth is fixed at 100%
4. Measured at full power
Multimode (MM) Specifications
Parameter
850 nm
1310 nm
Peak wavelength
Spectral width (FWHM)
Total power1, 2
Modulation3
Stability (15 minutes)1, 2, 4
Connector type
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Weight
850 ±20 nm
<8 nm
–3 dBm
1550 nm
1310 ±20 nm
1550 ±20 nm
<8 nm
<8 nm
–6 dBm
–6 dBm
0.2 to 20 kHz
±0.01 dB
FC/PC, FC/APC
10 to 40°C
–30 to 60°C
4.06 x 13.26 x 37.03 cm (1.6 x 5.22 x 14.58 in)
0.5 kg (1.1 lb)
1. After 30 minute warm-up
2. Measured at constant temperature of 23 ±5°C
3. Modulation duty cycle is adjustable from 15% to 85%. Modulation depth is fixed at 100%
4. Measured at full power
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MAP FABRY-PEROT LASER
Ordering Information
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JDSU directly at 1-800-498-JDSU (5378) in North America and +800-5378-JDSU worldwide or via e-mail at
customer.service@jdsu.com.
Product Code
Description
Base Options (Required, select one)
MFPL-A1100
Fabry-Perot mono-wavelength laser source
MFPL-A1200
Fabry-Perot bi-wavelength laser source
Laser Wavelength Options (Required, select one or two)
MWL1650A
1650 nm wavelength
MWL1625A
1625 nm wavelength
MWL1550A
1550 nm wavelength
MWL1480A
1480 nm wavelength
MWL1310A
1310 nm wavelength
MWL0980A
980 nm wavelength
MWL0850A
850 nm wavelength
Fiber Type Options (Required, select one)
M100
9/125 fiber type
M101
50/125 fiber type (850, 1310 and 1550 nm only)
M102
62.5/125 fiber type (850, 1310 and 1550 nm only)
M104
Flexcore fiber (980 nm only)
Connector Options (Required, select one)
MFP
FC/PC connector type
MFA
FC/APC connector type
UL is a registered trademark of Underwriters Laboratories Inc.
Flexcor is a registered trademark of Corning Inc.
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COMMUNICATIONS TEST & MEASUREMENT SOLUTIONS
MAP Light Emitting Diode Source
(mLED-A1)
Key Features
• Dual independent sources available in a single cassette
• Single-mode (SM)/Multimode (MM) output
• Internal modulation circuitry
• Can be automated when used with MAP-200
LXI™-compliant interfaces and IVI drivers
Applications
• Optical component spectral tests
• Systems compliance tests
• Sensors and imaging
Safety Information
• The MAP LED Source, when
installed in a MAP chassis, complies
to CE, CSA/UL/IEC61010-1,
LXI Class C requirements, meets
the requirements of Class 3B in
standard IEC 60825-1(2002), and
complies with 21 CFR 1040.1 except
deviations per Laser Notice No. 50,
July 2001.
The Multiple Application Platform (MAP) Light Emitting Diode Source
(mLED-A1) is optimized for the industry-leading JDSU MAP-200 platform.
Based on the previous-generation Multiple Application Platform (MAP), the
MAP-200 is the first photonic layer lab and manufacturing platform that is LAN
Extensions for Instrumentation (LXI)-compliant by conforming to the required
physical attributes, Ethernet connectivity, and interchangeable virtual instrument
(IVI) drivers. The MAP-200 platform is optimized for density and maximum
configurability to meet specific application requirements in the smallest possible
footprint.
The mLED-A1 is a high-power LED based light source with variable output
power. High output power and excellent wavelength stability, combined with built
in modulation circuitry, make this light source suitable for wavelength division
multiplexing (WDM) component manufacturing and testing. Other applications
of this device include sensing, spectroscopy, and amplified spontaneous emissions
(ASEs) loading for optical signal-to-noise ratio (OSNR) measurements.
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MAP LIGHT EMITTING DIODE SOURCE
Specifications
Parameter
Single-mode
(SM)
1310 nm
Single-mode
(SM)
1550 nm
Peak wavelength
3 dB width
Spectral ripple (RB = 0.1 nm)
Total power1, 2
Modulation
Stability (15 minutes)1, 2, 3
Connector type
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Weight
1310 ±20 nm
>40 nm
0.35 dB
0 dBm
1550 ±20 nm
>40 nm
0.35 dB
0 dBm
Multimode
(MM)
850 nm
Multimode
(MM)
1310 nm
850 ±20 nm
1310 ±20 nm
—
—
—
—
–3 dBm
–3 dBm
0.2 to 20 kHz
±0.01 dB
FC/PC, FC/APC
10 to 40°C
–30 to 60°C
4.06 x 13.26 x 37.03 cm (1.6 x 5.22 x 14.58 in)
0.5 kg (1.1 lb)
Multimode
(MM)
1550 nm
1550 ±20 nm
—
—
–3 dBm
1. After 30 minute warm-up
2. Measured at constant temperature of 23 ±5°C
3. Measured at full power
Ordering Information
For more information on this or other products and their availability, please contact your local JDSU account manager or
JDSU directly at 1-800-498-JDSU (5378) in North America and +800-5378-JDSU worldwide or via e-mail at
customer.service@jdsu.com.
Product Code
Description
Base Options (Required, select one)
MLED-A1100
LED mono-wavelength laser source
MLED-A1200
LED bi-wavelength laser source
Laser Wavelength Options (Required, select one or two)
MWL1550A
1550 nm wavelength
MWL1310A
1310 nm wavelength
MWL0850A
850 nm wavelength
Fiber Type Options (Required, select one)
M100
9/125 fiber type (1310 and 1550 nm only)
M101
50/125 fiber type
M102
62.5/125 fiber type
Connector Options (Required, select one)
MFP
FC/PC connector type
MFA
FC/APC connector type
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If the configurations available do not meet
your performance requirements, please
contact our global sales and customer
service team to discuss the potential for
specialized solutions.
COMMUNICATIONS TEST & MEASUREMENT SOLUTIONS
MAP Tunable Laser
(mTLS-A1)
Key Features
• Low ASE
• >110 nm of tunable range over C+L-band
• +8 dBm peak output power
• Polarization maintaining fiber (PMF) output
• Tuning speed up to 100 nm/s
• Mode-hop-free
Laser Spectrum of mTLS-A1 compared to standard TLS
Applications
• Dense wavelength division multiplexer (DWDM) transmission
testing
• Optical amplifier testing
• Fiber characterization
• Transmitter and receiver testing
Safety Information
• The MAP Tunable Laser Source,
when installed in a MAP chassis,
complies to CE, CSA/UL/
IEC61010-1, LXI Class C
requirements, meets the
requirements of Class 3B in
standard IEC 60825-1 (2002), and
complies with 21 CFR 1040.1
except deviations per Laser Notice
No. 50, July 2001.
The Multiple Application Platform (MAP) Tunable Laser Source (mTLS-A1) is
optimized for the industry-leading JDSU MAP-200 platform. Based on the
previous-generation MAP, the MAP-200 is the first photonic layer lab and
manufacturing platform that is LAN Extensions for Instrumentation (LXIC)compliant by conforming to the required physical attributes, Ethernet
connectivity, and interchangeable virtual instrument (IVI) drivers. The MAP-200
platform is optimized for density and maximum ability for configuration to meet
specific application requirements in the smallest possible footprint.
The MAP Tunable Laser Source is a low amplified spontaneous emission (ASE)
external cavity tunable diode laser that offers exceptional speed, accuracy, and
flexibility at a competitive price, making it the ideal source for advanced fiberoptic systems and component testing.
The wide wavelength range enables testing over the entire C+L-band range with
a single source, while its high speed, mode-hop-free sweeping not only reduces
testing time but permits process testing and alignment of components during
manufacturing.
As with all MAP products, the MAP Tunable Laser Source may be seamlessly
integrated with the extensive family of MAP products which enables complete
custom solutions to be rapidly assembled and expanded as needed.
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MAP TUNABLE LASER SOURCE
Specifications
Parameter
Wavelength
Range
Accuracy1,2,3
Stability1,2
Repeatability1,2
Resolution1,2
Tuning speed
Power
Maximum power
Over wavelength range
Peak
Stability1,2
Resolution
Flatness while scanning4
Flatness while stepping
Spectral properties
Line width, coherence control off
Side mode supperession ratio (SMSR)
Signal-to-ASE ratio
Relative intensity noise (RIN)
Fiber/connector type
Fiber extinction ratio
Recommended calibration period
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Weight
1.
2.
3.
4.
Specification
1519 to 1630 nm, C+L-band
±15 pm enhanced accuracy mode4, ±60 pm regular mode
±3 pm (typical) (1 hr), ±10 pm (24 hrs)
±3 pm (typical) enhanced accuracy mode4
1 pm
1 to 100 nm/s
+5.0 dBm (>6.0 dBm typical)
+8.0 dBm
0.01 dB (1 hr)
0.001 dB
0.6 dB over wavelength range
±0.05 dB
<150 kHz
45 dB
See spectral plot (Figure 1)
–140 dB/Hz
PMF/APC connector
>20 dB
1 yr
15 to 35°C
–20 to 50°C
8.1 x 13.26 x 37.03 cm (3.19 x 5.22 x 14.58 in)
3.8 kg (8.38 lb)
Measured at 25°C ±1°C
After 1 hour warm-up
Valid for one month after calibration or user wavelength offset setting within ±4°C
Fixed power of 3 dBm
Ordering Information
Product Code
Description
Base Options (Required)
MTLS-A1000
Tunable Laser Source
Connector Options (Required)
MFA
FC/APC connector type
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COMMUNICATIONS TEST & MEASUREMENT SOLUTIONS
MAP Large Channel Count Switch
(mLCS-A1)
Key Features
• Insertion loss (IL) <0.7 dB and return loss (RL) >57 dB
• Low polarization dependent loss (PDL) 0.04 dB
• Up to 1x50 switch configurations in a single width cassette
Applications
• Dense wavelength division multiplexing
(DWDM) channel testing
• Amplifier characterization
• Bit error rate (BER) testing
• Signal routing
Safety Information
The Multiple Application Platform (MAP) Large Channel Count Switch
(mLCS-A1) is optimized for the industry-leading JDSU MAP-200 platform.
Based on the previous-generation MAP, the MAP-200 is the first photonic layer
lab and manufacturing platform that is LAN Extensions for Instrumentation
(LXI™)-compliant by conforming to the required physical attributes, Ethernet
connectivity, and interchangeable virtual instrument (IVI) drivers. The MAP-200
platform is optimized for density and maximum configurability to meet specific
application requirements in the smallest possible footprint.
The MAP Large Channel Count Switch is based on JDSU expanded beam and
alignment technologies and exhibits low insertion loss (IL) and high return loss
(RL). It is available in single-switch configurations from 1x4 up to 1x50 and dual
independent switch configurations from 1x4 up to 1x25. An important element of
an optical test bed, optical switches increase throughput by enabling time-saving
automation, reduce uncertainty from repeated connector mating, and maximize
expensive testers.
• The MAP Large Channel Count
Switch, when installed in a MAP
chassis, complies to CE,
CSA/UL/IEC61010-1, plus LXI
Class C requirements.
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MAP LARGE CHANNEL COUNT SWITCH
Specifications
Parameter
Single-mode Fiber
(SMF) 9/125
Typical/Maximum
Multimode Fiber
(MMF) 50/125 and 62.5/125
Typical/Maximum
Wavelength range
Insertion loss (IL)1
(N = number of output channels)
N ≤ 25
N >25
Polarization dependent loss (PDL)1
N ≤ 25
N >25
Return loss (RL)1, 2
N ≤ 25
N >25
IL Stability
N ≤ 25
N >25
Repeatability sequential switching
N ≤ 25
N >25
Repeatability random switching
N ≤ 25
N >25
Crosstalk
N ≤ 25
N >25
Switching time (first channel / each additional channel)
Maximum input power (optical)
Lifetime
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Weight
1270 to 1670 nm
850 to 1350 nm, 750 to 940 nm
0.5 dB/0.7 dB
0.8 dB/1.2 dB
0.4 dB/0.6 dB
0.7 dB/1.0 dB
0.02 dB/0.04 dB
0.04 dB/0.08 dB
N/A
N/A
62 dB/57 dB
55 dB/45 dB
25 dB/20 dB
20 dB/20 dB
±0.02 dB/±0.025 dB
±0.03 dB/±0.04 dB
±0.005 dB/±0.01 dB
±0.01 dB/±0.03 dB
±0.01 dB/±0.05 dB
±0.03 dB/±0.08 dB
–80 dB/N/A
–80 dB/N/A
25 ms/15 ms
300 mW
>100 million cycles
–5 to 55°C
–30 to 60°C
4.06 x 13.26 x 37.03 cm (1.6 x 5.22 x 14.58 in)
1.3 kg (2.87 lb) maximum (varies with configuration)
1. Excluding connectors. All optical measurements taken after temperature has been stabilized for one hour
2. RL is based on 1 m pigtail (equivalent to bulkhead version)
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MAP LARGE CHANNEL COUNT SWITCH
Ordering Information
For more information on this or other products and their availability, please contact your local JDSU account manager or
JDSU directly at 1-800-498-JDSU (5378) in North America and +800-5378-JDSU worldwide or via e-mail at
customer.service@jdsu.com.
Product Code
Description
Base Options (Required, select one)
MLCS-A1104B
Single 1x4 switch, bulkheads
MLCS-A1106B
Single 1x6 switch, bulkheads
MLCS-A1108B
Single 1x8 switch, bulkheads
MLCS-A1112P
Single 1x12 switch, pigtails
MLCS-A1116P
Single 1x16 switch, pigtails
MLCS-A1124P
Single 1x24 switch, pigtails
MLCS-A1132P
Single 1x32 switch, pigtails
MLCS-A1142P
Single 1x42 switch, pigtails
MLCS-A1150P
Single 1x50 switch, pigtails
MLCS-A1204B
Dual independent 1x4 switch, bulkheads
MLCS-A1208P
Dual independent 1x8 switch, pigtails
MLCS-A1212P
Dual independent 1x12 switch, pigtails
MLCS-A1216P
Dual independent 1x16 switch, pigtails
MLCS-A1225P
Dual independent 1x25 switch, pigtails
Fiber Type Options (Required, select one)
M100
9/125 fiber type
M101
50/125 fiber type
M102
62.5/125 fiber type
Connector Options (Required, select one)
MFP
FC/PC connector type
MFA
FC/APC connector type (for M100 fiber type option only)
MSC
SC/PC connector type
MSU
SC/APC connector type (for M100 fiber type option only)
If the configurations available do not meet
your performance requirements, please
contact our global sales and customer
service team to discuss the potential for
specialized solutions.
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COMMUNICATIONS TEST & MEASUREMENT SOLUTIONS
MAP Small Channel Count Switch
(mSCS-A1)
Key Features
• Insertion loss (IL) <0.8 dB and return loss (RL) >55 dB
• Low polarization dependent loss (PDL) 0.08 dB
• Up to 8 switches per cassette
• Can be automated when used with MAP-200
LXI™-compliant interfaces and IVI drivers
Applications
• Dense wavelength division multiplexing
(DWDM) channel testing
• Amplifier characterization
• Bit error rate (BER) testing
• Signal routing
Safety Information
• The MAP Small Channel Count
Switch, installed in a MAP chassis,
complies to CE, CSA/UL/
IEC61010-1, plus LXI Class C
requirements.
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The Multiple Application Platform (MAP) Small Channel Count Switch
(mSCS-A1) is optimized for the industry-leading JDSU MAP-200 platform. Based
on the previous-generation MAP, the MAP-200 is the first photonic layer lab and
manufacturing platform that is LAN Extensions for Instrumentation (LXI)compliant by conforming to the required physical attributes, Ethernet
connectivity, and interchangeable virtual instrument (IVI) drivers. The MAP-200
platform is optimized for density and maximum configurability to meet specific
application requirements in the smallest possible footprint.
The mSCS-A1 is based on optical prism and mirror technology that directs
incident light into selected output channels. It is available in 1x2 and 2x2 configurations and supports multiple devices per MAP cassette, single-mode or
multimode fiber, and four connector types. An important element of an optical
test bed, optical switches increase throughput by enabling time-saving
automation, reducing uncertainty from repeated connector mating, and
maximizing expensive testers.
MAP SMALL CHANNEL COUNT SWITCH
Common Specifications
Parameter
Wavelength
Insertion loss (IL)1
1x2
2x2
Return loss (RL)1
Polarization dependent loss (PDL)1
Repeatability
Crosstalk
Optical input power
Switching speed
Latching
Lifetime
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Humidity
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Weight
Specifications
Single-Mode (SM)
Multimode (MM)
1310 and 1550 nm
850 and 1310 nm
≤ 0.8 dB
≤ 1.0 dB
≤ 0.8 dB
≤ 1.1 dB
>55 dB
>20 dB
N/A
±0.02 dB
<–35 dB
300 mW
≤ 0.1 dB
±0.05 dB
<–60 dB
300 mW
10 ms
Yes
No
>10 million cycles
0 to 50°C
–30 to 60°C
90% relative, non-condensing
4.06 x 13.26 x 37.03 cm (1.6 x 5.22 x 14.58 in)
1.1 kg (2.43 lb) maximum (varies with configuration)
1. Unless otherwise specified, all specifications at start of life at 23°C ±3°C, 45% RH ±5% and optical input power of –25 to 0 dBm, excluding connectors
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MAP SMALL CHANNEL COUNT SWITCH
Ordering Information
For more information on this or other products and their availability, please contact your local JDSU account manager or
JDSU directly at 1-800-498-JDSU (5378) in North America and +800-5378-JDSU worldwide or via e-mail at
customer.service@jdsu.com.
Product Code
Description
Base Options (Required, select one)
MSCS-A1112B
MAP SCS Cassette, one 1x2 switch, bulkheads
MSCS-A1212B
MAP SCS Cassette, two 1x2 switch, bulkheads
MSCS-A1412P
MAP SCS Cassette, four 1x2 switch, pigtails (for M100 fiber type option only)
MSCS-A1612P
MAP SCS Cassette, six 1x2 switch, pigtails (for M100 fiber type option only)
MSCS-A1812P
MAP SCS Cassette, eight 1x2 switch, pigtails (for M100 fiber type option only)
MSCS-A1122B
MAP SCS Cassette, one 2x2 switch, bulkheads
MSCS-A1222B
MAP SCS Cassette, two 2x2 switch, bulkheads
MSCS-A1422P
MAP SCS Cassette, four 2x2 switch, pigtails (for M100 fiber type option only)
MSCS-A1622P
MAP SCS Cassette, six 2x2 switch, pigtails (for M100 fiber type option only)
MSCS-A1822P
MAP SCS Cassette, eight 2x2 switch, pigtails (for M100 fiber type option only)
Fiber Type Options (Required, select one)
M100
9/125 fiber type
M101
50/125 fiber type
M102
62.5/125 fiber type
Connector Options (Required, select one)
MFP
FC/PC connector type
MFA
FC/APC connector type (for M100 fiber type option only)
MSC
SC/PC connector type
MSU
SC/APC connector type (for M100 fiber type option only)
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COMMUNICATIONS TEST & MEASUREMENT SOLUTIONS
MAP RF Switch
(mRFS-A1)
Key Features
• Single or independent dual configurations
• 1 x 2 and bypass versions
• Mechanically latching
• Built-in 50-Ω terminations
Applications
• Data source selection
• Routing to main analyzer
Safety Information
• The MAP RF Switch, when installed
in a MAP chassis, complies to CE,
CSA/UL/IEC61010-1, plus LXI
Class C requirements.
The Multiple Application Platform (MAP) RF Switch (mRFS-A1) is optimized for
the industry-leading JDSU MAP-200 platform. Based on the previous-generation
MAP, the MAP-200 is the first photonic layer lab and manufacturing platform
that is local area network (LAN) Extensions for Instrumentation (LXI™)compliant by conforming to the required physical attributes, Ethernet
connectivity, and interchangeable virtual instrument (IVI) drivers. The MAP-200
platform is optimized for density and maximum configurability to meet specific
application requirements in the smallest possible footprint. The mRFS-A1 is a
50-Ω coaxial switch for routing RF and microwave signals at frequencies up to
26.5 GHz. Composed of single and dual 1x2 and bypass-type switches, these
cassettes are an ideal solution for routing 10 Gb/s signals between power meters,
receivers, and spectrum analyzers. The switches are based on mechanical latching
actuators with a million-cycle lifetime.
The single and independent dual 1x2 configurations units feature dual built-in
50-Ω terminators for each of the unused ports, allowing efficient use as an A- or
B-source selector.
The single and independent dual bypass switches feature a single built-in 50-Ω
termination on one of the 'insert' loop ports, which is activated when switch is in
the bypass (straight through) state.
MAP RF Switch Application
1310 nm Tx
Pattern Generator
RF Switch
(1 x 2)
1550 nm Tx
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MAP RF SWITCH
Specifications
Parameter
Specification
Frequency range
Insertion loss (IL)
DC to 26.5 GHz
0.25 dB: DC to 2 GHz
0.50 dB: 2 to 18 GHz
1.25 dB: 18 to 26.5 GHz
0.03 dB: DC to 18 GHz
0.50 dB: 18 to 26.5 GHz
90 dB: DC to 18 GHz
50 dB: 18 to 26.5 GHz
<1.15: DC to 2 GHz
<1.25: 2 to 12.4 GHz
<1.40: 12.4 to 18 GHz
<1.80: 18 to 26.5 GHz
<1.15: DC to 2 GHz
<1.25: 2 to 12.4 GHz
<1.30: 12.4 to 18 GHz
<1.80: 18 to 26.5 GHz
3.5 mm female
IL repeatability
Isolation
SWR through line
SWR into load
Connectors
Ordering Information
Product Code
Description
Base Options (Required, select one)
MRFS-A1112
MAP RF switch cassette, single 1x2 switch
MRFS-A112B
MAP RF switch cassette, single bypass switch
MRFS-A1212
MAP RF switch cassette, dual 1x2 switch
MRFS-A1112
MAP RF switch cassette, dual bypass switch
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COMMUNICATIONS TEST & MEASUREMENT SOLUTIONS
MAP Utility
(mUTL-A1)
Key Features
• Coupling and splitting functionality in a robust package
• Supports single-mode and multimode fibers
• User-defined configurability
Applications
• Bit error rate (BER) test
• Passive component test
• Optical amplifier test
Safety Information
• The MAP Utility, when installed in a
MAP chassis, complies to CE,
CSA/UL/IEC61010-1, plus LXI
Class C requirements.
The Multiple Application Platform (MAP) Utility (mUTL-A1) is optimized for
the industry-leading JDSU MAP-200 platform. Based on the previous-generation
MAP, the MAP-200 is the first photonic layer lab and manufacturing platform
that is LAN Extensions for Instrumentation (LXI™)-compliant by conforming to
the required physical attributes, Ethernet connectivity, and interchangeable
virtual instrument (IVI) drivers. The MAP-200 platform is optimized for density
and maximum configurability to meet specific application requirements in the
smallest possible footprint. The MAP Utility is designed to simplify the
mechanical integration of passive optical components for test sets. It supports
angle or flat polish connectors as well as single-mode (SM) and multimode (MM)
fibers.
A blank MAP Utility cassette is available for mechanical mounting of
components such as isolators, circulators or fixed attenuators. The cassettes are
supplied with mounting hardware and ten bulkhead adapters for ease-ofintegration.
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MAP UTILITY
Single-Mode (SM) Specifications
Parameter
Fiber type
Wavelength
Insertion loss (IL)
Optical power handling
Number of slots
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Weight
SM
1x2, 1/99
Coupler (Fused)
<24.0/1.2 dB
SM
1x2, 10/90
Coupler (Fused)
SM
1x2, 30/70
Coupler (Fused)
9/125 µm
1310/1550 nm
<11.8/<1.2 dB
<6.5/<2.4 dB
300 mW
1
4.06 x 13.26 x 37.03 cm (1.6 x 5.22 x 14.58 in)
1.0 kg (2.2 lb)
SM
1x2, 50/50
Coupler (Fused)
<4.1 dB
Multimode (MM) Specifications
Parameter
MM 10/90 Coupler
(Micro-optic)
Fiber type
Wavelength
IL
Optical power handling
Number of slots
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Weight
50/125 µm or 62.5/125 µm
850/1310 nm
<11.8/<1.2 dB
<4.1 dB
300 mW
1
4.06 x 13.26 x 37.03 cm (1.6 x 5.22 x 14.58 in)
<1.0 kg (2.2 lb)
60
MM 50/50 Coupler
(Micro-optic)
MAP UTILITY
Ordering Information
For more information on this or other products and their availability, please contact your local JDSU account manager or
JDSU directly at 1-800-498-JDSU (5378) in North America and +800-5378-JDSU worldwide or via e-mail at
customer.service@jdsu.com.
Product Code
Description
Base Options (Required)
MUTL-A1000
MAP Utility, Blank
Splitter Options (Optional, select one, two, or three)
MUTL-A101SB
MAP Utility, 1% Coupler, Bulkheads
MUTL-A110SB
MAP Utility, 10% Coupler, Bulkheads
MUTL-A130SB
MAP Utility, 30% Coupler, Bulkheads
MUTL-A150SB
MAP Utility, 50% Coupler, Bulkheads
Fiber Type Options (Required if splitter option selected, select one)
M100
9/125 fiber type
M101
50/125 fiber type (for 10%, 50% coupler only)
M102
62.5/125 fiber type (for 10%, 50% coupler only)
Connector Options (Required)
MFP
FC/PC connector type
MFA
FC/APC connector type (for M100 fiber type option only)
MSC
SC/PC connector type
MSU
SC/APC connector type (for M100 fiber type option only)
If the configurations available do not meet
your performance requirements, please
contact our global sales and customer
service team to discuss the potential for
specialized solutions.
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COMMUNICATIONS TEST & MEASUREMENT
Fiber Optic – Production and Lab Test Support
About Technical Support
JDSU provides dedicated post-sales support with a team that is ready to help you
answer any questions or concerns about Instrumentation products.
Standard Technical Support
NORTH AMERICA
Toll Free: 800 406-9559
Toll Free Fax: 800 898-8537
Tel: 613 843-3000 Ext. 4999
Fax: 613 843-3333
E-mail: support@jdsu.com
OUTSIDE NORTH AMERICA
Toll Free: +800 4069-5599
Toll Free Fax: +800 7777-5378
China Toll Free: +10 800 140 5599
TOLL FREE ACCESS CODES BY COUNTRY
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Hong Kong
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002 Fax
Israel
014
Japan
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0061 INC,
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Malaysia
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New Zealand
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Singapore
001
South Korea
001 KoreaTelecom,
002 Dacom
Sweden
009 Telia, 007 Tele2
Taiwan
00
*For all other countries, dial the access
code for North America.
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(Included with every instrumentation product purchase) Our technical support
specialists are available live, via our global toll-free 800 number or via e-mail
(8:00 AM to 5:00 PM ET, Monday through Friday). If you experience a problem
with the operation of a JDSU product, our Technical Support Specialist is trained
to work with you, to carry out technical troubleshooting to resolve or confirm the
reported problem. If a problem is confirmed, the Technical Support Specialist will
take appropriate action to address your needs.
All service (repair, calibration, and upgrade) for our products is provided via the
JDSU Technical Support Team.
Replacement user manuals and JDSU software updates are also included in our
standard support package.
24-7 Emergency Technical Support
JDSU 24-7 Emergency Technical Support via our global toll-free 800 number is
also included in our standard level of support. If you require emergency technical
support, a Technical Support Specialist will be paged, and will return your call
promptly.
For further information, including Extended Support Options and Technical
Training, please contact JDSU.
Contact Support
Regular support hours of operation are 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM ET, Monday through
Friday, excluding holidays.
Emergency Technical Support is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week if your
equipment is not functioning and you have an urgent requirement for assistance.
Dial one of the telephone numbers and follow the voice prompts to page a
specialist.
COMMUNICATIONS TEST & MEASUREMENT
Notes
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August 2008
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