Data Sheet SFP Optical Transceivers for 2.7Gb/s 180km DWDM Applications IGP-28111J The Bookham IGP-28111J optical transceiver is a high performance, cost effective module for serial optical data communication applications up to 4.25Gb/s. The IGP-28111J is designed to accept DWDM SONET/SDH (with or without FEC) and Ethernet protocol traffic for 180km links. The product is designed for single mode fibre and operate at ITU wavelengths across the C- and L-band. The modules aid system hardware engineers in implementing low-cost DWDM solutions, which are protocol transparent. The “hot pluggable” feature built into every module reduces manufacturing and inventory costs allowing optical port upgrades at the customer premises. Built-in remote monitoring via digital diagnostics allows user access to static and dynamic data as well as module condition. The IGP-28111J uses the established Bookham Buried Heterostructure Directly Modulated Laser (BH DML) packaged in a compact cooled TOSA. The transmitter has full IEC608251:2001 and CDRH Class I laser safety certification. The Bookham IGP-28111J module has been extensively tested utilizing industry standard single mode fibres in order to ensure compatibility with SONET-grade enterprise, access and metro systems. Additionally, all Bookham products are UL, CAN/CSA, FCC, IEC, and CDRH compliant. Features: • 180km (3600ps/nm) transmission compliant to V-16.2 • DWDM SFP MSA compatible • +4dBm optical power output • 100GHz channel spacing • C- and L-Band coverage • Up to 4.25Gb/s data rate • High accuracy thermal wavelength management • Extended APD-based receiver sensitivity • Typically 880mW power consumption • Single +3.3V power supply • 0°C to +70°C operating case temperature range • Hot Pluggable • Duplex LC connector • Enhanced digital diagnostics • Low EMI Compliance: • CDRH & IEC Laser Safety • FCC Class B EMI • MIL-STD-883 ESD • IEC/EN60950 Product Safety • RoHS compliant Applications: • OC-48/STM-16/OTN-1 DWDM Metro/Access Networks • Ethernet IEEE 802.3ae • Fibre channel • Network Edge devices, µMSPP • Subscriber Loop label 1 Data Sheet Absolute Maximum Ratings Parameter Symbol Min Max Unit Storage Temperature TSTG -40 85 ºC Supply Voltage VCC -0.3 4.0 V 2.4 VPP Data AC Voltage Tx+, Tx- Data DC Voltage Tx+, Tx- Optical Input Received Power -0.5 PIN 3.47 V +5 dBm Max Unit 70 °C Operating Conditions Parameter Case temperature Symbol Min Typical TCASE 0 3.13 Supply Voltage VCC 3.30 3.47 V Supply Current  ICC 265 418 mA Module Power Dissipation P 0.88 1.45 W 100 mA IIN-RUSH In-rush Current  Notes:  Supply current is shared between VCCTX and VCCRX.  In-rush is defined as current level above steady state current requirements. Transmitter Operating Specifications – Optical All specifications relate to End of Life (EOL) values over temperature and supply voltage, unless otherwise stated. Parameter Data Rate Symbol BR Value Typical Max Units 0.125 2.667 4.25 Gb/s 1606 nm Refer to Table 6 & Table 7 for details Where λC is a defined ITU-T wavelength ITU-T Center Wavelength λC Center Wavelength (SOL) λSOL λC – 0.05 λC – 0.02 λC nm Wavelength Stability ∆λC λC – 0.1 λC λC +0.1 nm Optical Transmit Power PO +2 +4 dBm Optical Transmit Power (disabled) PTX_DISABLE -40 dBm 0.3 nm Spectral Width 1530 ∆λ20 SMSR 0.1 40 dB dB Extinction Ratio ER 8.2 Dispersion Tolerance DT -1200 -1200 -1200 Dispersion Penalty Notes Modulated at 2.488Gb/s 20dB down from peak using 10pm RBW Filtered eye 3600 1600 10000 ps/nm ps/nm ps/nm DP 2 dB Jitter Generation (SOL) TJRMS 10 mUI RMS Jitter Generation (SOL) TJP-P 70 mUI Peak-to-Peak Output Optical Eye 2 Min Modulated at 2.667Gb/s Modulated at 4.25Gb/s Modulated at 1.25Gb/s Compliant with Bellcore GR-253-CORE & ITU G.957 for SONET/SDH and with IEEE 802.3ae for Ethernet and Fibre Channel Data Sheet APD Receiver Operating Specifications – Optical All specifications relate to End of Life (EOL) values over temperature and supply voltage, unless otherwise stated. Parameter Symbol Min Value Typical Units Notes Max Receiver Sensitivity (OSNR = 30dB) Rx SENS_1 -28 -24 -34 dBm dBm dBm Note 1, 8 Note 2, 8 Note 3, 8 Receiver Sensitivity (OSNR = 21dB) Rx SENS_2 -24 dBm Note 4, 8 Receiver Sensitivity (OSNR = 25dB) Rx SENS_3 -22 dBm Note 5, 8 dBm dBm dBm Note 1 Note 5 Note 6 1610 nm Note 7 -27 dB -33 dBm -31 dBm 4 dB Maximum Input Power Rx OVERLOAD Input Operating Wavelength λRX Reflectance R 1260 RX Loss of Signal - Asserted PA Loss of Signal - Deasserted PD PA - PD Hysteresis -7 -9 -16 -40 0.5 Notes:      Average Average Average Average Average power power power power power at at at at at 1 1 1 1 1 x x x x x 10-12 BER and data rates of 125Mb/s to 2.667Gb/s. 10-12 BER and a data rate of 4.25Gb/s. 10-4 BER and a data rate of 2.667Gb/s. 10-12 BER and a data rate of 2.667Gb/s over 180km fibre. 10-12 BER and a data rate of 4.25Gb/s over 80km fibre.  Average power at 1 x 10-10 BER and a data rate of 155.55Mb/s  Between 1260nm and 1520nm minimum receiver sensitivity is reduced by 2dB (-26dBm minimum).  ONSR measurements are made using an optical spectrum analyser with a resolution bandwidth of 0.1nm and an optical passband filter with a 3dB bandwidth of 1nm. Transmitter Operating Specifications – Electrical Notes Value Typical Max BR 0.125 2.667 4.25 Gb/s Supply Voltage VCCTX 3.13 3.3 3.47 V PECL/CML Input VTXDIFF 500 1600 mV Differential pk-pk Note 1 Input Rise/Fall TR / TF 160 ps 20% - 80% Note 1 Data Rate Symbol TX_DISABLE (asserted) VDH 2 3.47 V Input voltage high TX_DISABLE (negated) VDL -0.3 0.8 V Input voltage low TX_FAULT (asserted) VFH 2 3.47 V Output voltage high TX_FAULT ( negated) VFL -0.3 0.8 V Output voltage low Notes:  Test conditions: 100Ω differential (from 100MHz to 2.5GHz); VTXDIFF = | (VTD+) – (VTD-) |. 3 Units Min Parameter Data Sheet APD Receiver Operating Specifications – Electrical Min Value Typical Max BR 0.125 2.667 4.25 Gb/s Supply Voltage VCC_TX 3.13 3.3 3.47 V Differential Output Swing VRXDIFF 370 2000 mV Differential pk-pk. Note 1 Rise/Fall Time TR / TF 140 ps 20% - 80% Note 1 Parameter Data Rate Symbol Units Notes Loss of Signal (Asserted) VOH 2 3.47 V Output Voltage High Loss of Signal (Negated) VOL -0.3 0.8 V Output Voltage Low Notes:  Test conditions: 100Ω differential (from 100MHz to 2.5GHz); VRXDIFF = | (VRD+) – (VRD-) | Low Speed Electrical Signal Timings The DWDM SFP MSA document specifies the full details of the low speed electrical interface in Section 3, including timings and both AC and DC requirements. Table 1: I/O Timing for Hardware Control and Status Functions. Parameter Min Max Unit Notes TX_DISABLE Assert Time t_off 20 ms Time from rising edge of TX_DISABLE to when the optical output falls below 10% of nominal TX_DISABLE Negate Time t_on 20 ms Time from falling edge of TX_DISABLE to when the modulated optical output rises above 90% of nominal Time to initialize, including reset of TX_FAULT t_init 300 ms From negation of TX_FAULT/INT using TX_DISABLE Optical power going to 90% of final value t_startup 90 s TX_FAULT/INT Assert Time t_fault 50 ms Time from fault to TX_FAULT/INT on. TX_DISABLE to Reset t_reset ms Time TX_DISABLE must be held high to reset TX_FAULT/INT Startup time 10 From power on to negation of TX FAULT/INT, indicating laser temperature has stabilised to within operating range. LOS Assert Time t_los_on 100 us Time from LOS state to RX LOS assert LOS NegateTime t_los_off 100 us Time from non-LOS state to RX LOS deassert f_serial_clock 100 kHz Serial ID Clock Rate 4 Symbol Data Sheet Systems Performance Capabilities The following section demonstrates the typical systems level performance capabilities of the IGF-28111J DWDM SFP Transceiver. The enhanced performance and flexibility of the module is highlighted through operation at various data rates and optical signal to noise ratio (OSNR) levels. Figure 1: Receiver Sensitivity for OC-48 Transmission over 0km to 300km (30dB OSNR). 5 Data Sheet Optical Signal to Noise Ratio (OSNR) Performance Figure 2: Receiver Sensitivity for OC-48 Transmission under OSNR levels of 30dB to 16dB. Figure 3: Receiver Power Penalty for OC-48 Transmission under OSNR levels of 30dB to 16dB. 6 Data Sheet Multi-rate Performance ( OC-3 & 1xFC ) Figure 4: Receiver Sensitivity for OC-3 Transmission over 0km to 300km (30dB OSNR). Figure 5: Receiver Sensitivity for 1.063Gb/s Transmission over 0km to 225km (30dB OSNR). 7 Data Sheet Multi-rate Performance, cont. ( 3.125Gb/s & 4.25Gb/s ) Figure 6: Receiver Sensitivity for 3.125Gb/s Transmission over 0km to 225km (30dB OSNR). Figure 7: Receiver Sensitivity for 4.25Gb/s FC Transmission over 0km to 150km (30dB OSNR). 8 Data Sheet Optical Transmitter Eye Diagrams Figure 8: Transmitter Eye Mask for 1G FC at 1.0625Gb/s. Figure 9: Transmitter Eye Mask for OC-48 at 2.488Gb/s Figure 10: Transmitter Eye Mask for 10GbE XAUI at 3.125Gb/s 9 Data Sheet Electrical Pin-out Details Figure 11: Diagram of Host Board Connector Block Pin Numbers and Names. Table 2: Pin Definitions and Connection Sequence during Hot Plugging. 10 Pin Number Name Function Plug Sequence 1 VEET Transmitter Ground 1 2 TX_FAULT/INT Transmitter Fault Indicator 3 3 TX_DISABLE Transmitter Disable 3 4 MOD-DEF(2) Module Definition 2 3 5 MOD-DEF(1) Module Definition 1 3 6 MOD-DEF(0) Module Definition 0 3 7 Tone in Not Implemented. See note. 3 8 LOS Loss of Signal 3 9 Tone out Not Implemented. See note. 1 10 VEER Receiver Ground 1 11 VEER Receiver Ground 1 12 RD- Inverted Received Data Out 3 13 RD+ Received Data Out 3 14 VEER Receiver Ground 1 15 VCCR Receiver Power 2 16 VCCT Transmitter Power 2 17 VEET Transmitter Ground 1 18 TD+ Transmit Data In 3 19 TD- Inverted Transmit Data In 3 20 VEET Transmitter Ground 1 Note: The DWDM MSA provisions for a supervisory tone via pin 7 and pin 9. However, the Bookham DWDM SFP does not currently support this option. Data Sheet Mechanical Outline Figure 12: Mechanical outline drawing of DWDM SFP Transceiver. 11 Data Sheet Diagnostics specifications A digital diagnostics interface is available on Bookham SFP transceivers as a 2-wire serial interface and provides user access to module identification data, customer specific data, link type, static and dynamic monitors and a check code mechanism for verifying accuracy in the data registers. These static and dynamic diagnostics allow users to remotely and accurately identify modules and their vendors, enquire about its compatibility with the system and also verify which enhanced diagnostics are supported. The user can also monitor module parameters to determine the module and link condition and provide hardware alerts upon an alarm or warning event. The Enhanced Digital Diagnostics provide real-time monitoring of receiver input power, transmitter power, internal module temperature, laser bias current and supply voltage parameters. The 2-wire serial interface is defined by the GBIC (GigaBit Interface Converter) specification and the SFP MSA (Multi-Source Agreement) document dated September 14th, 2000. It is also compliant with the proposed DWDM SFP MSA Document. This interface allows read-only access to two separate memory locations starting at 1010000X (A0h) and 101000X (A2h). Table 3 and Table 4 contain address descriptions and register mapping information for both memory locations. 12 The memory location starting at A0h (data address 0 ~ 128) contains the Serial ID fields. This is a static data memory location for details such as vendor information, module identification, user specific data and a check code for verifying accuracy in the data registers. The memory location starting at A2h (data address 0 ~ 255) contains Enhanced Diagnostics fields. The Enhanced Diagnostics are based on the SFF-8472 specification developed in the SFF (Small Form Factor) standards organization with an added TX_FAULT interrupt feature that provides a hardware alert upon reaching an alarm or warning condition on any, or all, of the diagnostics monitors. Enhanced Diagnostics provide a real-time indication of system and module condition, alerting the user to apparent or pending link or module problems. This is implemented through the use of alarm and warning registers that are updated approximately every 60 milliseconds. Data from these registers are internally calibrated over the specified operating ranges as described in this data sheet. Alarm and warning thresholds are factory preset values and are interpreted as real 16 bit data. The optional TX_FAULT interrupt feature, if activated, pulls the TX_FAULT pin (pin 2) high upon reaching an alarm or warning condition on the diagnostics monitors mentioned above. The masking feature allows any of the warning and alarm flags to be dynamically masked by the user. Data Sheet Table 3: DWDM SFP MSA Serial Identification Data Fields (Location A0h). Data Address Field Size (dec) (Bytes) 13 Bookham Module Data (hex) Name of Field Description of Field 0 1 0Bh Identifier Type of serial transceiver 1 1 27h Ext. Identifier Extended identifier of type of serial transceiver 2 1 07h Connector Code for connector type 3-10 8 00h,0Ch,44h,00h, 80h,10h,01h,00h Transceiver Code for electronic compatibility or optical compatibility 11 1 03h Encoding Code for serial encoding algorithm 12 1 19h BR, Nominal Nominal bit rate, units of 100 MBits/sec 13-14 2 B4h Length (9µm) – km Link length supported for 9/125µm fiber, units in km 15 1 46h Max Temp Maximum operating case temperature in °C 16 1 00h Min Temp Minimum operating case temperature in °C 17 1 5Fh Max Supply Current Maximum supply current in units of 4mA 18 1 - Reserved - 19 1 41h Channel spacing and tuning Channel spacing compatibility and number of ITU channels supported 20-35 16 42h,4Fh,4Fh, 4Bh,48h,41h,4Dh Vendor Name SFP transceiver vendor name (ASCII) 36 1 Module dependent Optional Features Optional DWDM features (not currently supported by Bookham) 37-39 3 00h 09h A6h Vendor OUI SFP transceiver vendor IEEE company ID 40-55 16 Module dependent Vendor PN Part number provided by SFP transceiver vendor (ASCII) 56-59 4 03h Vendor Rev Revision level for part number provided by vendor (ASCII) 60-61 2 Module dependent Wavelength Laser wavelength (in nm) 62 1 Module dependent Wavelength Laser wavelength (fractional part in units of 10pm) 63 1 Module dependent CC_BASE Check code for Base ID Fields (addresses 0 – 62) 64-65 2 1Ah Options Indicates which optional transceiver signals are implemented 66 1 46h BR, max Upper bit rate margin, units in % 67 1 5Eh BR, min Lower bit rate margin, units in % 68-83 16 Module dependent Vendor SN Serial number provided by vendor (ASCII) 84-91 8 Module dependent Date Code Vendor’s manufacturing date code 92 1 68h Diagnostics Monitoring Type Indicates the type of diagnostics implemented in the transceiver 93 1 F0h Enhanced Options Indicates which optional enhanced features are implemented 94 1 01h SFF-8472 Compliance Indicates which revision of SFF-8472 the transceiver complies with 95 1 Module dependent CC_EXT Check code for the Extended ID Fields (addresses 64-94) 96-127 32 - Vendor Specific Vendor Specific EEPROM (Vendor specific data; read only) 128-255 128 - Reserved Reserved for future use Data Sheet Table 4: Enhanced Digital Diagnostics Data Fields (Location A2h). Data Address (dec) Field Size (Bytes) Name of Field Description of Field A/D Table for Alarm and Warning Thresholds 00-55 56 High/Low Alarm and Warning Levels Specifies factory preset alarm and warning thresholds defined in Table 5. Calibration Constants for External Calibration Option 56-94 39 95 1 Unused in DWDM devices. All Bytes Set to 0. Checksum Low order 8 bits of the sum of bytes 0-94 A/D Values Real-time A/D binary values of the following enhanced diagnostics: module temperature, supply voltage, laser bias current, transmit optical power, receive optical power, laser temperature and TEC current. These values are Internally calibrated absolute measurements. All diagnostic parameters implemented in these address locations have a corresponding high and low, alarm and warning thresholds assigned in address locations 00-55. A/D Values and Status Bits 96-109 8 Optional Status/Control Bits 110 1 Soft Control Signals 111 1 Reserved “Soft” control signals monitored over the 2-wire access port. Continuously updated real-time status of the following control signals: TX_FAULT, TX_DISABLE, Rate Select, and LOS. Last bit (LSB) indicates transceiver readiness to transmit data. Reserved Reserved Optional Alarm and Warning Flag Bits 112-117 5 Alarm & Warning Flags 118-119 2 Warning Mask Real time, single point bits indicating module parameters that are approaching or outside normal operating limits. Parameters monitored are: module temperature, supply voltage, laser bias current, transmit optical power, receive optical power, laser temperature and TEC current. The flags are internally calibrated thresholds with limits corresponding to levels detailed in addresses 00-39 above. Masking bits corresponding to Warning bits of bytes 116 and 117 respectively Vendor Specific Memory Addresses 120-126 8 Vendor Specific Vendor specific data Table Select Byte (2-wire Address A2h) 127 1 Table Select The byte value defines the Table location for subsequent reads and writes to bytes locations 128-255 User EEPROM 128-247 120 User EEPROM User writable EEPROM 248-255 8 Vendor Specific Vendor specific control functions Table 5: Alarm and Warning Thresholds. 14 Address Value Description Address Value Description 00-01 02-03 04-05 06-07 08-09 10-11 12-13 14-15 16-17 18-19 20-21 22-23 24-25 26-27 85 ºC -10 ºC 80 ºC -5 ºC 3.63 V 2.97 V 3.47 V 3.14 V 70 mA 10 mA 55 mA 15 mA 3162µW 1259µW Temp High Alarm Temp Low Alarm Temp High Warning Temp Low Warning VCC High Alarm VCC Low Alarm VCC High Warning VCC Low Warning Bias High Alarm Bias Low Alarm Bias High Warning Bias Low Warning Tx Power High Alarm Tx Power Low Alarm 28-29 30-31 32-33 34-35 36-37 38-39 40-41 42-43 44-45 46-47 48-49 50-51 52-53 54-55 2512µW 1585µW 200µW 0.794µW 126µW 1.585µW 60 ºC 30 ºC 55 ºC 35 ºC 600 mA -600 mA 400 mA -400 mA Tx Power High Warning Tx Power Low Warning Rx Power High Alarm Rx Power Low Alarm Rx Power High Warning Rx Power Low Warning Laser Temp High Alarm Laser Temp Low Alarm Laser Temp High Warning Laser Temp Low Warning TEC Current High Alarm TEC Current Low Alarm TEC Current High Warning TEC Current Low Warning Data Sheet Regulatory Compliance Bookham IGP-28111J SFP transceiver is designed to be Class I Laser safety compliant and is certified per the following standards: Agency Standard Certificate / Comments FDA/CDRH CDRH 21J CFR1040.10 Pass. Accession no. 0522631-00 IEC/EN60825-1:2001 US-TUVR-3209 CAN/CSA-60825-1-03 CU7206220601 UL60950-1:2001 CU7206220601 CAN/CSA-C22.2 No.60950-1-03 CU7206220601 IEC/EN60950-1:2001 US-TUVR-3209 Title 47, Part 15, 1-12.5 GHz, Class B Pass Feature Laser Safety Product Safety EMC TUV TUV FCC RoHS Compliance Bookham is fully committed to environment protection and sustainable development and has set in place a comprehensive program for removing polluting and hazardous substances from all of its products. The relevant evidence of RoHS compliance is held as part of our controlled documentation for each of our compliant products. RoHS compliance parts are available to order, please refer to the ordering information section for further details. Package and Handling Instructions Process Plug It is important to note that single mode optics, as with all optical devices are susceptible to contamination from air borne particles, human body oils, and mating connector particles. Care should be taken to protect all exposed optical interfaces with process plugs and dust covers. All Bookham IGP-2000 SFP products are supplied with a process plug. This plug protects the transceiver’s optics during standard handling and manufacturing processes. It is recommended that the process plug remain in the transceiver whenever an optical fibre connector is not inserted. ESD Discharge (ESD) Normal ESD precautions are required during the handling of this module. This transceiver is shipped in ESD protective packaging and it should not be removed from its packaging or otherwise handled unless in an ESD protected environment utilizing standard grounded benches, floor mats, and wrist straps. Eye Safety The Bookham IGP-2000 Series SFP products are Class I laser products per IEC/EN60950-1:2001 and 60825-1:2001, and are certified per CDRH, 21 CFR 1040, Laser Safety Requirements. It is an eye safe device when operated within the limits of this specification. Operating this product in a manner inconsistent with intended usage and specification may result in hazardous radiation exposure. Tampering with this laser based product may warrant, under law, re-certification of the modified product as required by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (21 CFR 1040). Related Documents 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 15 DWDM SFP MSA (MultiSource Agreement), Revision 1.0, 19th September 2005. SFP MSA (MultiSource Agreement), 14th September 2000. Digital Diagnostics Monitoring Interface for Optical Transceivers. SFF Document Number SFF-8472, Rev 9.5. Telcordia GR-253-CORE. ITU G.957. IEEE 802.3ae, 2000 Edition. Data Sheet Ordering information The specific product order codes for each ITU-T 100GHz channel available are defined below in Table 6 for C-Band and Table 7 for L-Band. Table 6: IGP-28111J Product Order Codes for C-Band Wavelengths. 16 Product Code Frequency (THz) Wavelength (nm) Product Code Frequency (THz) Wavelength (nm) IGP-28111J-60 IGP-28111J-59 IGP-28111J-58 IGP-28111J-57 IGP-28111J-56 IGP-28111J-55 IGP-28111J-54 IGP-28111J-53 IGP-28111J-52 IGP-28111J-51 IGP-28111J-50 IGP-28111J-49 IGP-28111J-48 IGP-28111J-47 IGP-28111J-46 IGP-28111J-45 IGP-28111J-44 IGP-28111J-43 IGP-28111J-42 IGP-28111J-41 IGP-28111J-40 IGP-28111J-39 IGP-28111J-38 196.00 195.90 195.80 195.70 195.60 195.50 195.40 195.30 195.20 195.10 195.00 194.90 194.80 194.70 194.60 194.50 194.40 194.30 194.20 194.10 194.00 193.90 193.80 1529.55 1530.33 1531.12 1531.90 1532.68 1533.47 1534.25 1535.04 1535.82 1536.61 1537.40 1538.19 1538.98 1539.77 1540.56 1541.35 1542.14 1542.94 1543.73 1544.53 1545.32 1546.12 1546.92 IGP-28111J-37 IGP-28111J-36 IGP-28111J-35 IGP-28111J-34 IGP-28111J-33 IGP-28111J-32 IGP-28111J-31 IGP-28111J-30 IGP-28111J-29 IGP-28111J-28 IGP-28111J-27 IGP-28111J-26 IGP-28111J-25 IGP-28111J-24 IGP-28111J-23 IGP-28111J-22 IGP-28111J-21 IGP-28111J-20 IGP-28111J-19 IGP-28111J-18 IGP-28111J-17 IGP-28111J-16 193.70 193.60 193.50 193.40 193.30 193.20 193.10 193.00 192.90 192.80 192.70 192.60 192.50 192.40 192.30 192.20 192.10 192.00 191.90 191.80 191.70 191.60 1547.72 1548.51 1549.32 1550.12 1550.92 1551.72 1552.52 1553.33 1554.13 1554.94 1555.75 1556.55 1557.36 1558.17 1558.98 1559.79 1560.61 1561.42 1562.23 1563.05 1563.86 1564.68 Data Sheet Table 7: IGP-28111J Product Order Codes for L-Band Wavelengths. Product Code Frequency (THz) Wavelength (nm) Product Code Frequency (THz) Wavelength (nm) IGP-28111J-09 IGP-28111J-08 IGP-28111J-07 IGP-28111J-06 IGP-28111J-05 IGP-28111J-04 IGP-28111J-03 IGP-28111J-02 IGP-28111J-01 IGP-28111J-00 IGP-28111J-99 IGP-28111J-98 IGP-28111J-97 IGP-28111J-96 IGP-28111J-95 IGP-28111J-94 IGP-28111J-93 IGP-28111J-92 IGP-28111J-91 IGP-28111J-90 IGP-28111J-89 IGP-28111J-88 190.90 190.80 190.70 190.60 190.50 190.40 190.30 190.20 190.10 190.00 189.90 189.80 189.70 189.60 189.50 189.40 189.30 189.20 189.10 189.00 188.90 188.80 1570.42 1571.24 1572.06 1572.89 1573.71 1574.54 1575.37 1576.20 1577.03 1577.86 1578.69 1579.52 1580.35 1581.18 1582.02 1582.85 1583.69 1584.53 1585.37 1586.20 1587.04 1587.88 IGP-28111J-87 IGP-28111J-86 IGP-28111J-85 IGP-28111J-84 IGP-28111J-83 IGP-28111J-82 IGP-28111J-81 IGP-28111J-80 IGP-28111J-79 IGP-28111J-78 IGP-28111J-77 IGP-28111J-76 IGP-28111J-75 IGP-28111J-74 IGP-28111J-73 IGP-28111J-72 IGP-28111J-71 IGP-28111J-70 IGP-28111J-69 IGP-28111J-68 IGP-28111J-67 IGP-28111J-66 188.70 188.60 188.50 188.40 188.30 188.20 188.10 188.00 187.90 187.80 187.70 187.60 187.50 187.40 187.30 187.20 187.10 187.00 186.90 186.80 186.70 186.60 1588.73 1589.57 1590.41 1591.26 1592.10 1592.95 1593.79 1594.64 1595.49 1596.34 1597.19 1598.04 1598.89 1599.75 1600.60 1601.46 1602.31 1603.17 1604.03 1604.89 1605.74 1606.61 Contact Information North America Bookham Worldwide Headquarters Europe Paignton Office Asia Shenzhen Office 2584 Junction Ave. San Jose CA 95134 USA Brixham Road Paignton Devon TQ4 7BE United Kingdom 2 Phoenix Road Futian Free Trade Zone Shenzhen 518038 China • Tel: +1 408 919 1500 • Tel: +44 (0) 1803 66 2000 • Fax: +1 408 919 6083 • Fax: +44 (0) 1803 66 2801 • Fax: +86 755 33305805 +86 755 33305807 • Tel: +86 755 33305888 Important Notice Performance figures, data and any illustrative material provided in this data sheet are typical and must be specifically confirmed in writing by Bookham before they become applicable to any particular order or contract. 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