Ruggedized Small Channel Count Switch Module

Ruggedized Small Channel Count Switch Module
Instrumentation Catalog
2005
Fiberoptic
Instrumentation
Our 20 years of industry leadership brings
you award-winning, standard-defining test
equipment. Whether you test multimode
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manufacturing and R&D.
Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Finding a Solution
Instrumentation Technical Support
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MAP
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MAP Selection Guide
Multiple Application Platform (MAP)
Amplifiers
MAP EDFA
Attenuators
MAP Precision Attenuator
Electro-optic Instruments
MAP Multi-Rate Electrical Clock
and Data Recovery
MAP 1550 nm Optical Transmitter
MAP 850 nm Optical Transmitter
MAP 1310 to 1550 nm Optical Receiver
MAP 850 to 1550 nm Optical Receiver
Emulators
MAP Polarization Controller
MAP Variable Backreflector
Filters
MAP Tunable Grating Filter
Meters
MAP Power Meter
Sources
MAP Broadband Source
MAP DFB Laser
MAP DFB Laser - Analog Modulation
MAP Fabry-Perot Laser
MAP LED Source
MAP Tunable Laser
Switches
MAP Large Channel Count Switch
MAP Small Channel Count Switch
MAP RF Switch
Utility (Passive Devices)
MAP Utility
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Erbium-Doped Fiber Amplifier
Programmable Attenuator
Manual Variable Attenuator
Stressed Eye Generator
PMD Emulator
Optical Delay
Broadband Source
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METERS
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Backreflection Meter
Multichannel Backreflection Meter
PDL Multimeter
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ENVIRONMENTAL TESTING
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Environmental Test Systems
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SWEPT WAVELENGTH SYSTEMS
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SWS2000
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ACCESSORIES AND SUPPORT OPTIONS
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Measurement Accessories
Instrument Accessories
Instrumentation Technical Support
Technical Training Course Overview
Product Discontinuance Cross-Reference
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REFERENCE
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Reference of Technical Terms
Test and Measurement Reference Guide
Chromatic Dispersion - Phase Delay Technique
Dispersion Penalty
Extinction Ratio
Eye Mask
Gain Flatness
Generalized Bit Error Rate Measurements
Insertion Loss - Fixed Wavelength
Insertion Loss - Swept Wavelength
Intrinsic Jitter
Linewidth
Noise Figure, Source Subtraction and Interpolation
Optical Gain
Optical Modulation Amplitude
Optical Signal to Noise Ratio
Optical Time Domain Reflectometer
Polarization Dependent Gain
Polarization Dependent Loss - Fixed Wavelength
Polarization Dependent Loss - Swept Wavelength
Polarization Extinction Ratio - Cross Polarizer Method
Polarization Mode Dispersion - Fixed Analyzer Method
Polarization Mode Dispersion - Jones Matrix Method
Return Loss
Transient Response
Wavelength
Switch Applications
Switch Application - 1xN Switches
Switch Application - Environmental Testing
Switch Application - Multiple Application Testing
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SWITCHES
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Switch Selection Guide
Benchtop/Rackmount Programmable Switch
2 x N Compact Switch Matrix Module
Programmable Matrix Switch and Reconfigurable Matrix Switch
Optical Switch Module OSM
Optical Switch Tray OST
Large Channel Count Switch Module
Small Channel Count Switch Module
Ruggedized Small Channel Count Switch Module
Flexible Small Channel Count Switch Module
Custom Switch Assembly
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Finding a Solution
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support - a commitment that goes beyond the
operation of our products. It extends to
understanding the specifics of the
measurements you are implementing.
We believe in learning from every customer
interaction. By combining your measurement
experiences with ours and leveraging the
flexibility and performance of our products,
we can deliver a more powerful solution.
Our goal is to find ways to optimize
measurement performance, reduce cycle times and minimize your cost of ownership. Working
together, we can create solutions that meet your capital budget and simplify your development,
without compromising the performance and the reliability you need to keep your program or
factory on track.
Our next generation products are driven by your needs. Throughout our history, we have worked
hard to listen to our customers and are eager to explore new ideas and opportunities. They may
range from simple product enhancements to new product concepts. We have confidence in our
product breadth, but are equally driven to continue to find new ways to add value to your test and
measurement applications.
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Instrumentation Technical Support
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Multiple Application Platform
JDS Uniphase's Multiple Application Platform (MAP) was 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 outshines all others with its modularity, reliability and
flexibility.
The optical cassette’s breadth and performance are consistent with
the fiberoptic technology leadership from JDS Uniphase, that for
over 20 years, has been committed to meeting your physical layer
testing challenges.
The MAP Console software is an out-of-the-box application that
provides an intuitive and user-friendly environment to ensure that
your test and measurement systems can be integrated quickly and
efficiently.
Included in This Section
MAP Selection Guide
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Multiple Application Platform (MAP)
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Amplifiers
MAP EDFA
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Attenuators
MAP Precision Attenuator
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Electro-optic Instruments
MAP Multi-Rate Electrical Clock
and Data Recovery
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MAP 1550 nm Optical Transmitter
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MAP 850 nm Optical Transmitter
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MAP 1310 to 1550 nm Optical Receiver
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MAP 850 to 1550 nm Optical Receiver
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Emulators
MAP Polarization Controller
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MAP Variable Backreflector
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Filters
MAP Tunable Grating Filter
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Meters
MAP Power Meter
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Sources
MAP Broadband Source
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MAP DFB Laser
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MAP DFB Laser - Analog Modulation
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MAP Fabry-Perot Laser
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MAP LED Source
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MAP Tunable Laser
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Switches
MAP Large Channel Count Switch
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MAP Small Channel Count Switch
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MAP RF Switch
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Utility (Passive Devices)
MAP Utility
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MAP Selection Guide
MAP Master
A flexible instrumentation platform ideal for optical or the electro-optical test and measurement
applications. A 19-inch rackmountable chassis featuring: 8-slot capacity, over 20 hot-swappable
instrument cassettes, color display, dynamic MAP firmware and console that automatically
identifies installed cassettes, reversibility for front/rear access, ActiveX console and drivers with
simulation mode, and expandable capacity to 64 cassettes (by adding up to seven 8-slot slave
chassis).
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MAP Benchtop
Bring the power of MAP to your lab bench!
An economical solution for test sets requiring 3 or fewer
instrumentation cassettes. Easily expandable by adding up to seven
8-slot chassis slave configuration supporting up to 59 cassettes.
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Application Reference Table
The MAP 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. Refer to the Test and Measurement Reference section for a comprehensive guide to
test and measurement applications.
10 Gb/s TRANSMITTER EXTINCTION
RATIO
NETWORK DISPERSION
TEST BED
PENALTY
EYE
MASK
BIT
ERROR
RATE
OSNR
INTRINSIC
JITTER
OPTICAL NOISE POLARIZATION
GAIN
FIGURE DEPENDANT
GAIN
INSERTION
LOSS
POLARIZATION
DEPENDENT
LOSS
RETURN
LOSS
10 Gb/s Receiver
10 Gb/s Transmitter
Clock and Data Recovery
DFB Laser
Fabry-Perot Laser
Tunable Laser
Broadband Source
Power Meter
Tunable Filter
Switches
Precision Attenuator
Attenuator with
Power Control
Variable Backreflector
EDFA
Polarization Controller
Couplers and Splitters
RF Switch
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MAP Selection Guide
MAP EDFA
MAP Precision Attenuator with Power
Control
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 cassette, single-mode or
multimode fiber, four standard
connector types, and tap option or
power control feature.
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MAP Multi-Rate Electrical Clock and
Data Recovery
MAP 1550 nm Optical Transmitter
An externally modulated 1550 nm
transmitter. The transmitter provides
complete control of the bias circuitry
and low chirp operation. It also includes
the required modulator driver.
A cost effective clock and data recovery
reference for electrical datastreams at 10
Gb/s rates. The internal clock reference
provides five selectable data rates
(SONET/SDH std, FEC, 10 Gigabit
Ethernet and Fibre Channel).
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MAP 850 nm Optical Transmitter
MAP 1310 to 1550 nm Optical Receiver
A directly modulated VCSEL-based
transmitter. The transmitter provides a
cost-effective optical source for 850 nm,
10 Gigabit Ethernet and Fibre Channel
applications.
A broadband APD-based receiver from
front panel connector. Provides both
analog and a digital (limited) output.
The limiter threshold can be set
automatically or manually.
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MAP 850 to 1550 nm Optical Receiver
MAP Polarization Controller
A PIN-based linear receiver which serves
as a cost effective optical reference at 10
Gb/s data rates. Ideally suited for 10
Gigabit Ethernet and Fibre Channel
applications. Analog and limited
differential outputs.
An efficient and precise polarization
controller that can create any state of
polarization. May also be used as part of
a polarization state analyzer.
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MAP Variable Backreflector
MAP Tunable Grating Filter
Provides precise levels of return loss
(RL)
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.
A tunable bandpass filter that offers
continuous wavelength tuning from
1420 to 1630 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.
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MAP Power Meter
MAP Broadband Source
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
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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MAP DFB Laser
MAP DFB Laser - Analog Modulation
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-band and L-band (1527 to 1610
nm) wavelength ranges.
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.
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MAP Fabry-Perot Laser
MAP LED Source
Designed to produce a stable light source
at desired wavelength. Offers optimal
stability and features such as built-in
internal and external modulation
capabilities, and variable power control.
A high-power Light Emitting Diode
(LED)-based light source with variable
output power.
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MAP Tunable Laser
MAP Large Channel Count Switch
An external cavity tunable diode laser
that offers exceptional speed, accuracy
and flexibility at a competitive price.
A bidirectional switch, allowing the
connection of a common port to any
number of channels up to 50. Available
in single or dual-switch configurations.
Exhibits low insertion loss and high
return loss.
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MAP Small Channel Count Switch
MAP RF Switch
A low-cost switch allowing for a number
of configurations. The switch is
bidirectional, transparent to signal
format, and available in both singlemode and multimode versions.
A 50 Ohm coaxial switch for routing RF
and microwave signals at frequencies up
to 26.5 GHz.
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MAP Utility
Simplifies the mechanical integration of
passive optical components for test sets.
Highly configurable, 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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COMMUNICATIONS INSTRUMENTATION
Multiple Application Platform
MAP Series
Key Features
• Hot-swappable cassettes (cassettes can be inserted or
removed without powering down)
• Master/slave configuration so that a single controller can
control up to eight chassis
• Dynamic MAP firmware and console that automatically
identifies installed cassettes
• PC-based MAP Console program with drivers,
ActiveX, Dynamic link libraries (DLL), LabVIEW
and simulation mode
MAP Master and Slave Chassis
• Color display
• RS-232 and GPIB interface
MAP Benchtop and Slave Chassis
Applications
• Periodic reconfiguration and/or
expansion capability
• High reliability/availability in a 24/7
manufacturing environment
Safety Information
Optical source cassettes, when installed in the
MAP chassis, meet the requirements of standard
IEC 60825-1(2002) and comply with 21 CFR
1040.10 except deviations per Laser Notice No.
50, July 2001.
The Multiple Application Platform (MAP) is a flexible instrumentation
platform used for optical or electro-optical test and measurement applications.
It is available in three formats: a 19-inch 8-slot Master (MAP+2M00), a 19-inch
8-slot Slave (MAP+2S00) and a 9.5-inch 3-slot Benchtop (MAP+2B00). They
feature a common hot-swappable backplane compatible with over 20 different
types of instrumentation cassettes.
The MAP Master and MAP Benchtop include a 9-key keypad, color display,
remote communication ports and connectors for inter-chassis connections.
They can be used as stand-alone system or as a master when used in a masterslave configuration with up to seven MAP Slaves.
Chassis Selection
CE Compliance plus UL3101-1 and CAN/CSAC22.2 No. 1010.1
MAP is used when instrumentation selection needs to be based on current
requirements without compromising future requirements. The MAP+2B00 and
MAP+2M00 provide the most cost-effective solutions for test sets requiring
three or fewer cassettes and four to eight cassettes respectively. In both cases,
future expansions are possible by populating the empty slots (if available),
adding a second independent MAP+2B00 or MAP+2M00 or adding a
MAP+2S00 as a slave. The three chassis formats provide an endless number of
configurations and numerous expansion paths.
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MAP Master (MAP+2M00) and Slave (MAP+2S00)
The MAP Master and MAP Slave are built on a fully modular architecture. The
main controller module, power supply module, keypad/display module and
remote interface module are all field replaceable, thus making maintenance fast
and simple. The keypad/display module and remote interface module of the
MAP Master and Slave are interchangeable for rear mounting. Handling and
rackmounting are made easy by using the practical handles located at the front
and back of each chassis. When used on a bench, the tilting feet hold the chassis
at an optimal angle for monitor visibility and keypad accessibility.
Key Features
• Front or back fiber connection
• 8-slot capacity
• All modules are field replaceable:
controller
power supply
keypad/display
remote interface
MAP Benchtop (MAP+2B00)
The MAP Benchtop brings the MAP products to your lab bench without
compromising performance. Its form factor and lower cost make it ideal for
small test-sets. When test needs growth, the application can be expanded with
MAP Benchtop in a master/slave configuration or transferred to an eight-slot
MAP Master. Software applications, developed for the MAP Benchtop, can be
transferred to a MAP Master without any modifications.
Key Features
• Compatible with the MAP Slave
• 3-slot capacity
Connectors Accessible at Front
Front
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Connectors Accessible at Rear
Front
Rear
Rear
MAP Master Reconfigur abilit y
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View of MAP Console Prog r am
Software
Intuitive MAP Console and Drivers
MAP is supplied with comprehensive PC-based instrument drivers and MAP
Console for added functionality. Drivers supplied include ActiveX, DLL, and
LabVIEW. These provide full control of the cassettes and are compatible with all
the standard Automation Development Environments (ADEs) including
LabVIEW, Visual BasicTM, and TestPointTM. These drivers 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 cassettes in the MAP system. During test
execution, the MAP Console can also be placed in a supervisory mode and used
to monitor and control the MAP platform to help support troubleshooting and
to minimize downtime. The MAP Console comes with a built-in simulator
allowing Automation Developers to capture system configurations who do most
of their development off-line, freeing real hardware for other purposes. These
features make test automation development and debugging fast and easy.
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Ty pical LabVIEW Implementation of the Ac tiveX Dr ivers
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Specifications
Parameter
Capacity
Power
Power consumption
Mounting
Rackmount kit
Display LCD color
Display dimensions (H x W)
Resolution
Remote interface
Slot expansion
External keyboard
Video output
Video input
VGA output
Safety interlock
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Humidity
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Weight
MAP Master
MAP Slave
MAP Benchtop
8 single-slot
3 single-slot
cassettes/chassis
cassettes/chassis
100 to 125 V AC/ 200 to 240 V AC,
100 to 125 V AC
50/60 Hz Field-replaceable
200 to 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz
200 V A
200 V A
200 V A
Rackmount Benchtop
Rackmount Benchtop
(front, center, or rear)
(front)
Included
Optional (MAP+2A10)
VGA
No display
VGA
7 x 5 cm
N/A
7 x 5 cm
640 x 234 pixels
N/A
640 x 234 pixels
RS-232, GPIB
N/A
RS-232, GPIB
Controls up to 7 slave chassis
N/A
Controls up to 7 slave chassis
N/A
USB Keyboard
N/A
VGA
N/A
BNC Connector (NTSC)
N/A
15-pin D-sub connector
Fail-safe hardware-controlled
0 to 50 °C
- 30 to 60 °C
< 80% RH, 0 to 40 °C non-condensing
44.91 x 13.24 x 52.37 cm
44.91 x 13.24 x 52.37 cm
22.5 x 14.8 x 43.0 cm
(3U high, standard
(3U high, standard
(3U high, standard
19-inch width)
19-inch width)
19-inch width)
14.3 kg
13.0 kg
8.6 kg
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MAP Master Chassis (MAP+2M00)
MAP Benchtop (MAP+2B00)
MAP+2A01
MAP 19-inch Chassis
MAP+2A04
MAP Safety Interlock Key
MAP+2A02
MAP Power Supply Module
MAP+2A06
MAP Cassette Blanking Plates (3)
MAP+2M01
MAP Master Main Control Module
MAP+2A09
MAP Software and Documentation CD
MAP+2M02
MAP Master Local Interface Module
10108925
MAP User's Manual
MAP+2M03
MAP Master Remote Interface Module
21057090
MAP Programming Guide
MAP+2A03
MAP Rackmount Kit
MAP+2A06
MAP Cassette Blanking Plates (8)
An optional 19-inch rackmount kit (part number MAP+2A10)
is available to mount one or two units in a 19-inch rack.
MAP+2A04
MAP Safety Interlock Key
MAP+2A09
MAP Software and Documentation CD
10108925
MAP User's Manual
21057090
MAP Programming Guide
MAP Slave Chassis (MAP+2S00)
MAP+2A01
MAP 19-inch Chassis
MAP+2A02
MAP Power Supply
MAP+2S01
MAP Slave Main Control Module
MAP+2S02
MAP Slave Local Interface Module
MAP+2S03
MAP Slave Remote Interface Module
MAP+2A03
MAP Rackmount Kit
MAP+2A06
MAP Cassette Blanking
Plates (8)
UL is a registered trademark of Underwriters Laboratories Inc.
MAP 8-inch Interconnect
Harness
ActiveX and Visual Basic are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.
MAP+2A07
MAP+2A09
MAP Software and
Documentation CD
LabVIEW is a registered trademark of National Instruments Corporation.
10108925
MAP User's Manual
TestPoint is a registered trademark of Keithley Instruments, Inc.
21057090
MAP Programming Guide
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An optional 36-inch Interconnect Harness
(part number MAP+2A08) is also available.
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MAP Erbium-Doped Fiber Amplifier
EDFA Series
Key Features
• High output power and gain
• Low noise figure
• Monitoring and alarms
For stand-alone
applications, the MAP EDFA
may be used as a benchtop
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
The Multiple Application Platform (MAP) Erbium-Doped Fiber Amplifier
(EDFA) Cassette combines the optical performance of the traditional
JDS Uniphase EDFA benchtop models, with the flexibility and modularity of
the MAP. Nine standard configurations are available to meet your needs. The
MAP EDFA has a saturated output power ranging from 14 dBm to 21 dBm,
features noise figures as low as 3.3 dB and has gain flatness better than 1.4 dB.
The MAP EDFA's are available for operation in the 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.
Safety Information
This optical source cassette, when installed in the
MAP chassis, complies to CE requirements plus
UL3101-1 and CAN/CSA-C22.2 No.1010.1, 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.
INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION
AVOID EXPOSURE TO BEAM
CLASS 3B LASER PRODUCT
(IEC 60825-1, 2002)
MAX. 500 mw, 700-1680 nm
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Specifications
Parameter
Amplifier type
Operating wavelength range
Input signal
Saturated output power
(minimum)1
Noise figure (maximum)2
Small signal gain (minimum)3
1546
Mid-span
access booster
DWDM
1540 to
1560 nm
Multichannel
(DWDM)
≥ 17 dBm
1550
Pre-amp
1528 to
1528 to
1528 to
1565 nm 1565 nm 1565 nm
Single
Single
Single
channel
channel
channel
≥ 14 dBm ≥ 17 dBm ≥ 20 dBm
≤ 5.5 dB
≤ 3.3 dB
≥ 23 dB
≥ 37 dB
(MS loss ≤ 10 dB)
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
Booster
Booster
high power
≤ 4.5 dB
≥ 30 dB
≤ 5.0 dB
≥ 32 dB
1554
In-line
1558
Booster
DWDM
1590
Pre-amp
1592
Booster
1594
In-line
1528 to
1528 to
1565 nm 1563 nm
Single Multichannel
channel (DWDM)
≥ 17 dBm ≥ 21 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
≤ 3.8 dB
≥ 35 dB
≤ 5.0 dB
≥ 24 dB
≤ 5.5 dB
≥ 22 dB
≤ 5.5 dB
≥ 28 dB
≤ 5.5 dB
≥ 25 dB
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
≤ 0.3 dB
≤ 0.2 dB
≤ 0.2 dB
≤ 0.2 dB
≤ 0.2 dB
≤ 25 dB
≤ 0.3 dB
≤ 0.3 dB
≤ 0.3 dB
≤ 0.6 ps
≤ 0.5 ps
≤ 0.4 ps
≤ 0.4 ps
≤ 0.5 ps
≤ 0.65 ps
≤ 0.6 ps
≤ 0.6 ps
≤ 0.6 ps
N/A/32 dB 45/32 dB
N/A
N/A
45/32 dB
N/A
32/32 dB
N/A
32/32 dB N/A/40 dB
≤ 1.4 dB
N/A
40/40 dB
N/A
40/40 dB
N/A
32/32 dB
≤ 1.6 dB
0 to 40 °C
- 30 to 60 °C
Maximum 95% RH non-condensing from 0 to 45 °C
4.06 x 13.24 x 39.5 cm
2.3 kg
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 = - 6 dBm for model 1546
at 1550 nm at Pin = - 4 dBm (mid-span) for models 1550, 1552, 1554, 1558
at 1590 nm at Pin = - 4 dBm (mid-span) for models 1590 , 1592, 1594
2. Noise figure measured:
at Pin = - 6 dBm (pre-amp) for model 1546
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 = - 6 dBm for model 1546
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
for Pin = - 6 dB for model 1546
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Sample: MAPO+1E15520FP20
MAPO+1E
0
Code
1546
1550
1552
1554
1558
1590
1592
1594
Description
Mid-span access
booster
C-Band Pre-amp
C-Band Booster
C-Band In-line
Booster DWDM
L-Band Pre-amp
L-Band Booster
L-Band In-line
Code
FP
FA
Code
0
2
Connector
Type
FC/PC
FC/APC
Characteristics
Unflattened
Flattened (1546 and
1558 only)
Code
0
Code
0
2
Characteristics
Standard
Output Power
Standard output power
Booster high output power,
20 dBm (available for 1552 only)
UL is a registered trademark of Underwriters Laboratories Inc.
All statements, technical information and recommendations related to the products herein are based upon information believed to be
reliable or accurate. However, the accuracy or completeness thereof is not guaranteed, and no responsibility is assumed for any
inaccuracies. The user assumes all risks and liability whatsoever in connection with the use of a product or its application. JDS Uniphase
reserves the right to change at any time without notice the design, specifications, function, fit or form of its products described herein,
including withdrawal at any time of a product offered for sale herein. JDS Uniphase makes no representations that the products
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MAP Precision Attenuator
Key Features
• Low insertion loss (IL) ≤ 1.5 dB
• Low polarization dependent loss (PDL) 0.05 dB
• Wide wavelength range
• High return loss (RL) ≥ 60 dB
For stand-alone applications,
the MAP Precision Attenuator
may be used as a benchtop
Applications
• Dense wavelength division multiplexing
(DWDM) channel equalization (up to
128 channel/controller address)
• Amplifier characterization
• Bit error rate (BER) testing
• Precise optical power control (± 0.01 dB)
• Loss simulation in DWDM fiber links
• Receiver and transmitter testing
The Multiple Application Platform (MAP) Precision Attenuator is a high
resolution, wide wavelength range attenuator used in applications such as
analog systems and high bit-rate digital systems. The attenuator is built on
proven industry leading technology for maximum reliability and performance.
Many configurations are available: single or dual device per single width
cassette, single-mode (SM) or multimode (MM) fiber, four standard connector
types, and tap option or in-line power monitor feature. The power control
option can function as an in-line power monitor.
Safety Information
This cassette, when installed in a MAP chassis,
complies to CE requirements plus UL3101-1
and CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 1010.1.
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Continued
Application: Controlling Output Power
One of the primary applications of an attenuator is to create a precise signal of
known output power. With the MAP Precision Attenuator, three options are
possible:
• A standard attenuator. To control output power, measurement of the input
power is required prior to testing. Output power is externally calculated
based on the set attenuation. Figure (a) shows a standard attenuator.
• A standard output tap. Calibration of the output power is achieved through
use of an external power meter and calibration of the tap path loss.
Adjustments for changes in input power require external adjustments of the
attenuator. Figure (b) shows the implementation of the standard output tap.
• An internal in-line power monitor. Output powers can be set directly with
internal calibration and monitoring compensating for input power and path
losses. In addition, the unit may be set into a closed-loop mode where
output power is dynamically controlled. Figure (c) shows the internal
in-line power monitor.
attenuator
attenuator
IN
IN
tap
OUT
OUT
MON
(a)
(b)
attenuator
IN
tap
power
meter
OUT
(c)
Figure 1: Optical configur ation of the attenuator cassette.
(a) w ithout options
(b) w ith tap option
(c) w ith in-line power monitor option
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Specifications
Parameter
Wavelength range
Insertion loss (IL)1, 2, 3 at minimum attenuation
Attenuation range
Attenuation repeatability3,5
Attenuation accuracy3,6
Attenuation slew rate (nominal)
Attenuation setting resolution
Maximum input power
Polarization dependent loss (PDL)3, 7
Return loss (RL) (APC and PC connector)4,8
Closed-loop output power range
(in-line power monitor option)
Relative power meter uncertainty3,5,9,10
Power setting repeatability5,9
Power setting resolution
Shutter isolation
Calibration period
Warm-up time
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Operating humidity
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Weight
Single-mode
Single-mode
Multimode
Multimode
fiber (SMF)
fiber (SMF)
fiber (MMF)
fiber (MMF)
without
with
without
with
Power Monitor Power Monitor
Power Monitor Power Monitor
1260 to 1650 nm
750 to 1350 nm
≤ 1.5 dB4
≤ 2.2 dB
≤ 2.2 dB4
≤ 3.2 dB
60 dB
45 dB
± 0.01 dB
0.01 dB
± 0.1 dB
± 0.1 dB
>10 dB/s typical
> 7 dB/s typical
0.001 dB
0.001 dB
23 dBm
23 dBm
≤ 0.05 dB4
≤ 0.15 dB4
N/A
> 60/45 dB
> 35/30 dB
N/A
- 49 to 11 dBm at
N/A
- 40 to 5 dBm at
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
> 100 dB
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 13.24 x 39.5 cm
1.1 kg (single)/1.3 kg (dual)
1.
At 1310 ± 15 and 1550 ± 15 nm for SM unit and at 850 ± 15 and 1310 ± 15 for MM unit.
2.
Including one mated pair of connectors.
3.
At 23 ± 5 °C.
4.
Not including tap coupler loss, if installed.
5.
Constant wavelength, constant temperature, constant state of polarization.
6.
Maximum specification at 1310 ± 15 and 1550 ± 15 nm for SM unit and at 850 ± 15 and 1310 ± 15 for MM unit.
7.
At 1310 ± 15 and 1550 ± 15 nm.
8.
At 1550 ± 15 nm for SMF and 1310 ± 15 for MMF.
9.
Over output power range.
Outside these wavelength ranges, the typical accuracy is the greater of ± 0.1 dB or ± 0.003 dB/dB.
10. Add 0.01 dB/dBm for output power below - 45 dBm at 1310 and 1550 nm and output power below - 40 dBm at 850 nm.
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Sample: MAPA+2319101FA
MAPA+23
Code
19
29
70
Fiber Type (µm)
50/125, 750 to 1350 nm
62.5/125, 750 to 1350 nm
9/125, 1200 to 1700 nm
Code
1
2
Code
FP
FA
SC
SU
Connector Type (all ports)
FC/PC
FC/APC
SC/PC
SC/APC
Cassette Type
Single attenuator
Dual attenuator
(identical)
Code
0
1
9
X
Built-in Options
None
50/50 coupler
10/90 coupler
In-line power monitor
Code
0
1
Port Type
Bulkheads
3 mm pigtails (2 m long)
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.
UL is a registered trademark of Underwriters Laboratories Inc.
SMF is a registered trademark of Corning Incorporated.
ST is a registered trademark of Lucent Technologies.
All statements, technical information and recommendations related to the products herein are based upon information believed to be
reliable or accurate. However, the accuracy or completeness thereof is not guaranteed, and no responsibility is assumed for any
inaccuracies. The user assumes all risks and liability whatsoever in connection with the use of a product or its application. JDS Uniphase
reserves the right to change at any time without notice the design, specifications, function, fit or form of its products described herein,
including withdrawal at any time of a product offered for sale herein. JDS Uniphase makes no representations that the products
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MAP Multi-Rate Electrical Clock and Data Recovery
Key Features
• Five key 10 Gb/s rates supported
• Single-ended or Differential Data Input
• Clock and data recovery
• Clock/4 output for scope triggering
For stand-alone
applications, the MAP Clock
and Data Recover y may be
used as a benchtop
Applications
• Receiver component testing
• Sampling oscilloscope trigger generation
• System testing
Safety Information
This cassette, when installed in a MAP
chassis, complies to CE requirements plus
UL3101-1 and CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 1010.1.
The Multiple Application Platform (MAP) Multi-Rate Electrical Clock and
Data Recovery Cassette provides a cost effective clock and data recovery
reference for electrical datastreams at 10 Gb/s rates.
The internal clock reference provides five selectable data rates: SONET/SDH
std, two forward error corrections (FECs), a 10-Gb Ethernet and a fiber
channel.
A low jitter Clock/4 output is ideally suited to provide a trigger signal for a
sampling scope. Combine this MAP cassette with the MAP Receiver Cassette to
form a complete optical clock recovery solution. Add a MAP Transmitter
Cassette to form a sensitive regenerator for laboratory applications.
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MAP MULTI-RATE ELECTRICAL CLOCK
AND DATA RECOVERY
Specifications
Parameter
Data rates, NRZ coding, balanced transition density
Data frequency tolerance
9.953, 10.664, 10.709 Gb/s rates
10.3125 and 10.51875 Gb/s rates
Data input
Data input impedance, single-ended
Data input-single ended amplitude AC coupled
Output impedance, single-ended for data,
clock, and clock/4 outputs
Data output amplitude: AC coupled, non-inverting
Clock output amplitude: AC coupled
Clock output intrinsic jitter (wideband):
source jitter excluded, PRBS 231-1
Clock output jitter transfer bandwidth2
Clock/4 output amplitude: AC coupled
Clock/4 output squelched
Clock/4 output intrinsic jitter:
typical, source jitter excluded, PRBS 231-1
Clock/4 output jitter transfer bandwidth2
Data and clock BER: data 10 mV p-p, NRZ, PRBS 231-1
Electrical connectors
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Dimensions ( W x H x D)
Weight
Minimum
Typical
Maximum
9.95328 Gb/s, 10.3125 Gb/s, 10.51875 Gb/s,
10.66423 Gb/s, 10.70923 Gb/s
± 40 ppm
± 120 ppm
Electrical, single-ended or differential1
50 Ohms
10 mV p-p
50 Ohms
1 V p-p
500 mV p-p
300 mV p-p
0.03 UI RMS
5 MHz
500 mV p-p
20 mV
0.02 UI RMS
80 kHz
10-12
SMA
0 to 50 °C
- 30 to 60 °C
4.06 x 13.24 x 39.5 cm
1.8 kg
1. Maximum differential input skew, 10 ps.
2. By design.
Ordering Information
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Please use the part number below to order the
MAP Multi-Rate Electrical Clock and Data
Recovery.
MAPC+110E0NSM
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All statements, technical information and recommendations related to the products herein are based upon information believed to be
reliable or accurate. However, the accuracy or completeness thereof is not guaranteed, and no responsibility is assumed for any
inaccuracies. The user assumes all risks and liability whatsoever in connection with the use of a product or its application. JDS Uniphase
reserves the right to change at any time without notice the design, specifications, function, fit or form of its products described herein,
including withdrawal at any time of a product offered for sale herein. JDS Uniphase makes no representations that the products
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MAP 1550 nm Optical Transmitter
Key Features
• Complete transmitter solution
• High output power
• Wide frequency range
• Polarization maintaining fiber (PMF) output
• Operational from 155 Mb/s to 12.5 Gb/s data rates
For stand-alone
applications, the MAP 1550
nm Optical Tr ansmitter may
be used as a benchtop
Applications
•
•
•
•
•
Receiver testing
Sensitivity characterization
Load generation
Bit error rate (BER) testing
System testing
Safety Information
This optical source cassette, when installed in
the MAP chassis, complies to CE requirements
plus UL3101-1 and CAN/CSA-C22.2 No.1010.1,
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) 1550 nm Optical Transmitter
Cassette is an externally modulated 1550 nm transmitter. The transmitter
provides complete control of the bias circuitry and low chirp operation. It also
includes the required modulator driver.
The transmitter can be used for applications such as testing of receivers and
transceivers. By combining the transmitter with other MAP cassettes
(including switches and attenuators), compact test facilities can be easily
assembled.)
The radio frequency (RF) input path includes an automatic gain controller
(AGC) amplifier, making the optical output waveform extinction ratio
independent of input drive level over its specified range.
INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION
AVOID EXPOSURE TO BEAM
CLASS 3B LASER PRODUCT
(IEC 60825-1, 2002)
MAX. 500 mw, 700-1680 nm
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MAP 1550 NM OPTICAL TRANSMITTER
Specifications
Parameter
Optical wavelength
Optical output power Pseudo-random binary sequence
(PRBS) 231-1, average modulated power
Optical power (laser off)
Extinction ratio
Eye mask margin
Minimum
1530 nm
- 0.4 dBm
9.5 dB
Typical
1550 nm
0.2 dBm
Maximum
1565 nm
1.4 dBm
- 50 dBm
11.0 dB
15 % using OC 192 mask at 9.95328 Gb/s with
4th order B.T. filter applied
2.1 ps RMS
5.0 ps RMS
2.0 dB
Wideband jitter at 10.71 Gb/s, PRBS 231-1, excluding source jitter
Optical path penalty at 10-12 bit error rate (BER), 800 ps/nm at 1550 nm
General
Data rate1
0.622 Gb/s
10.71 Gb/s
Optical connector
FC/PC, SC/PC
Optical fiber
10.5/125/400 µm, polarization maintaining
Electrical connector
SMA
Data input amplitude range2
0.5 V p-p
1.2 V p-p
Data input coupling
AC-coupled
Impedance
50 Ohms
Polarity
Non-inverting digital input high = Optical high
Return loss (RL)
75 to 5000 MHz
12 dB
5000 to 9000 MHz
9 dB
Operating temperature
0 to 50 °C
Storage temperature
- 30 to 60 °C
Dimensions (W x H x D)
4.06 x 13.24 x 39.5 cm
Weight
1.2 kg
1. Guaranteed performance.
2. Limiting pre-amplifier prior to modulation driver.
Ordering Information
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or JDS Uniphase directly at 1-800-498-JDSU (5378) in North America and +800-5378-JDSU worldwide or via e-mail at [email protected]
Please use the part number below to order the MAP
1550 nm Optical Transmitter.
MAPT+110O14FP
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All statements, technical information and recommendations related to the products herein are based upon information believed to be
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inaccuracies. The user assumes all risks and liability whatsoever in connection with the use of a product or its application. JDS Uniphase
reserves the right to change at any time without notice the design, specifications, function, fit or form of its products described herein,
including withdrawal at any time of a product offered for sale herein. JDS Uniphase makes no representations that the products
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MAP 850 nm Optical Transmitter
Key Features
• 9.95328, 10.3125 and 10.51875 Gb/s data rates
• Operational from 155 Mb/s to 10.51875 Gb/s data rates
• Adjustable extinction ratio
• 850 nm 10GBASE-SR/W supported
For stand-alone
applications, the MAP
850 nm Optical Tr ansmitter
may be used as a benchtop
Applications
• Research and development (R&D) testing for
10 Gb/s Ethernet and Fibre Channel
• Receiver components testing
• Dispersion penalty testing
• Sensitivity characterization
• Manufacturing test set
• System testing
Safety Information
The Multiple Application Platform (MAP) 850 nm Optical Transmitter
Cassette is a directly modulated Vertical Cavity Surface Emitting Laser
(VCSEL)-based transmitter. The transmitter provides a cost effective optical
source for 850 nm 10 Gb Ethernet and Fiber Channel applications.
The radio frequency (RF) input path includes an automatic gain controller
(AGC) amplifier, making the optical output waveform extinction ratio
independent of input drive level over its specified range.
All features are accessible from the MAP Local Interface Controller or remotely
for manufacturing test set applications.
This optical source cassette, when installed in the
MAP chassis, complies to CE requirements plus
UL3101-1 and CAN/CSA-C22.2 No.1010.1, 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.
INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION
AVOID EXPOSURE TO BEAM
CLASS 3B LASER PRODUCT
(IEC 60825-1, 2002)
MAX. 500 mw, 700-1680 nm
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MAP 850 NM OPTICAL TRANSMITTER
Specifications
Parameter
Optical performance
Optical wavelength
Optical output power
Optical power (laser OFF)
Extinction ratio at 10.3125 Gb/s Pseudo-random
binary sequence PRBS 231-1 bit stream
Eye mask margin
Jitter
General
Data rates1
Data patterns
Optical connector
Optical fiber
Data input amplitude range
Data input coupling
Polarity non-inverting
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Weight
Minimum
Typical
Maximum
840 nm
- 4.0 dBm
850 nm
860 nm
0.5 dBm
- 30 dBm
3 dB
15 % using IEEE Std. 802.3aeTM - 2002 Eye Mask definition,
PRBS 231- 1, 1000 samples
0.2 UI p-p
9.95328, 10.3125, 10.51875 Gb/s
PRBS 231-1, 27-1, AnAiAnAi, BnBiBnBi, (11110000)
FC/PC, SC/PC
Multimode (MM) 50 µm core
500 mV
1000 mV
AC coupled to 50 Ohms
Digital input high = Optical high
0 to 50 °C
- 30 to 60 °C
4.06 x 13.24 x 39.5 cm
1.8 kg
1. Specifications guaranteed at these data rates ± 100 ppm.
Ordering Information
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or JDS Uniphase directly at 1-800-498-JDSU (5378) in North America and +800-5378-JDSU worldwide or via e-mail at [email protected]
Please use the part number below to order the MAP
850 nm Optical Transmitter.
MAPT+110O31FP
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.
All statements, technical information and recommendations related to the products herein are based upon information believed to be
reliable or accurate. However, the accuracy or completeness thereof is not guaranteed, and no responsibility is assumed for any
inaccuracies. The user assumes all risks and liability whatsoever in connection with the use of a product or its application. JDS Uniphase
reserves the right to change at any time without notice the design, specifications, function, fit or form of its products described herein,
including withdrawal at any time of a product offered for sale herein. JDS Uniphase makes no representations that the products
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MAP 1310 to 1550 nm Optical Receiver
Key Features
• Broad wavelength range
• Wide frequency range
• Analog and digital output
• Adjustable limiter threshold level
• Operational from 155 Mb/s to 12.5 Gb/s data rates
• Optical power monitoring
For stand-alone applications,
the MAP 1310 to 1550 nm
Optical Receiver may
be used as a benchtop
Applications
• Transmitter testing
• Bit error rate (BER) testing
• System testing
Safety Information
This cassette, when installed in a MAP chassis,
complies to CE requirements plus UL3101-1 and
CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 1010.1.
The Multiple Application Platform (MAP) 1310 to 1550 nm Optical Receiver
Cassette is a broadband avalanche photodiode (APD)-based receiver. The
receiver provides both an analog output and a digital (limited) output. The
limiter threshold can be set automatically or manually. In addition, the unit
contains an optical power monitor.
The receiver can be used for applications such as testing of transmitters and
transceivers. By combining the receiver with other MAP cassettes (including
switches and attenuators), compact test facilities can be easily assembled.
The analog output is provided via an automatic gain controller (AGC).
Therefore, the output is limited but not squared. The analog output will be
linearly related to the input; however, the gain will change depending on the
amplitude. The digital outputs are limited.
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MAP 1310 TO 1550 NM OPTICAL RECEIVER
Specifications
Parameter
Optical performance
Optical wavelength - operational range
Input optical return loss (RL)
Overload at 10.709255 and 9.953280 Gb/s1
Sensitivity1
10.709255 Gb/s
9.953280 Gb/s
Optical power monitoring accuracy2
Absolute maximum optical input level
LOS factory preset threshold
Electrical performance
Output amplitude, analog3
Output amplitude, digital4
Output coupling
Impedance
General
Data rates5
Optical connector
Optical fiber
Output connector
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Weight
Minimum
Typical
Maximum
1290 nm
27.0 dB
- 7.0 dBm
1565 nm
- 6.0 dBm
- 1.0 dB
- 21.5 dBm
- 23.5 dBm
0.5 dB
- 28.5 dBm
- 29.5 dBm
0.15 V p-p
0.40 V p-p
0.20 V p-p
0.45 V p-p
AC-coupled
50 Ohms
- 16.5 dBm
- 18.5 dBm
+ 1.0 dB
+ 3 dBm
- 31.0 dBm
1.30 V p-p
155.52 Mb/s
10.71 Gb/s
FC/PC
9/125/900 µm single-mode (SM)
SMA female
0 to 50 °C
- 30 to 60 °C
4.06 x 13.24 x 39.5 cm
1.8 kg
1. For 1310, 1550 nm at a bit error rate (BER) of 10-12.
2. Over the power monitoring range, - 25 dBm to - 3 dBm, and over the operating temperature range.
3. Optical input power = - 13 dBm, wavelength = 1550 nm.
4. Positive and negative outputs are limited. Cable lengths are controlled, not matched and phase difference may vary by 50 ps.
5. Guaranteed performance.
Ordering Information
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or JDS Uniphase directly at 1-800-498-JDSU (5378) in North America and +800-5378-JDSU worldwide or via e-mail at [email protected]
Please use the part number below to order the MAP
1310 to 1550 Optical Receiver.
MAPR+110O53FP
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inaccuracies. The user assumes all risks and liability whatsoever in connection with the use of a product or its application. JDS Uniphase
reserves the right to change at any time without notice the design, specifications, function, fit or form of its products described herein,
including withdrawal at any time of a product offered for sale herein. JDS Uniphase makes no representations that the products
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MAP 850 to 1550 nm Optical Receiver
Key Features
• 760 to 1650 nm wavelength with multimode (MM) fiber
• Operational from 155 Mb/s to 10.51875 Gb/s data rates
• 0.5 V peak to peak (p-p) analog output
• Limited differential outputs
For stand-alone
applications, the MAP
Broadband Source may be
used as a benchtop
Applications
• Research and development (R&D) testing
for 10 Gb/s Ethernet and Fiber Channel
• Transmitter component testing
• Dispersion penalty testing
• Bit error rate (BER) testing
• Manufacturing test set
• System testing
Safety Information
This cassette, when installed in a MAP chassis,
complies to CE requirements plus UL3101-1 and
CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 1010.1.
The Multiple Application Platform (MAP) 850 to 1550 nm Optical Receiver
Cassette is a PIN-based linear receiver which serves as a cost effective optical
reference at 10 Gb/s data rates. The receiver is ideally suited for 10 Gb Ethernet
and Fiber Channel applications.
The receiver can be used for applications such as testing of transmitters and
transceivers. By combining the receiver with other MAP cassettes (including
switches and attenuators), compact test facilities can be easily assembled.
The analog output is provided via an automatic gain controller (AGC).
Therefore, the output is limited, but not squared. The analog output will be
linearly related to the input but the gain will change depending on the
amplitude. The digital outputs are limited.
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MAP 850 TO 1550 NM OPTICAL RECEIVER
Specifications
Parameter
Optical performance
Optical wavelength - operational range
Optical return loss (RL)
Overload
Sensitivity1
850 nm
1310 nm
1550 nm
Optical power monitoring accuracy2
Electrical performance
Wideband jitter - analog output3
Bandwidth, 3dB, linear output
Low frequency cut-off, 3 dB
Output voltage, analog
Output voltage, limited4
Output RL (100 kHz to 9 GHz)
Output coupling
Output logic sense, analog
General
Data rates
Data patterns
Minimum
Typical
Maximum
760 nm
12 dB
1650 nm
0 dBm
1.0 dBm
- 11.5 dBm
- 13 dBm
- 14.5 dBm
- 1 dB
1 dB
64 mUI
8 GHz
0.3 V p-p
9 GHz
100 kHz
0.5 V p-p
0.4 V p-p
10 dB
AC coupled to 50 Ohms
Non-inverted
0.55 V p-p
Specifications guaranteed at 9.95328, 10.3125, 10.51875 Gb/s only
Pseudo-random binary sequence (PRBS)
231-1, 27-1, AnAiAnAi, BnBiBnBi, 11110000
FC/PC
Multimode (MM) 62.5 µm core
SMA female
0 to 50 °C
- 30 to 60 °C
4.06 x 13.24 x 39.5 cm
1.8 kg
Optical connector
Optical fiber
Output connector
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Weight
1. PRBS 231-1 bit stream at 10.3125 Gb/s, ER = 3.0 dB, BER=10-12, T = 25 °C.
2. 850, 1310, 1550 nm wavelengths only from optical input - 18 to + 1 dBm, T=25°C.
4. Positive and negative outputs are limited. Cable lengths are controlled, not matched and
phase difference may vary by 50 ps.
3. For optical inputs of 0 to - 7 dBm, ER = 3.0 dB, T = - 25.
Ordering Information
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or JDS Uniphase directly at 1-800-498-JDSU (5378) in North America and +800-5378-JDSU worldwide or via e-mail at [email protected]
Please use the part number below to order the MAP
850 to 1550 nm Optical Receiver.
MAPR+110O62FP
UL is a registered trademark of Underwriters Laboratories Inc.
All statements, technical information and recommendations related to the products herein are based upon information believed to be
reliable or accurate. However, the accuracy or completeness thereof is not guaranteed, and no responsibility is assumed for any
inaccuracies. The user assumes all risks and liability whatsoever in connection with the use of a product or its application. JDS Uniphase
reserves the right to change at any time without notice the design, specifications, function, fit or form of its products described herein,
including withdrawal at any time of a product offered for sale herein. JDS Uniphase makes no representations that the products
herein are free from any intellectual property claims of others. Please contact JDS Uniphase for more information. JDS Uniphase and
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MAP Polarization Controller
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
For stand-alone
applications, the MAP
Polar ization Cont rol ler may
be used as a benchtop
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
This cassette, when installed in a MAP
chassis, complies to CE requirements plus
UL3101-1 and CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 1010.1.
The Multiple Application Platform (MAP) Polarization Controller Cassette
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 single width MAP Polarization Controller Cassette is comprised of three
rotating elements: a high extinction ratio polarizer, a quarter-wave plate and a
half-wave plate. Each element can be controlled locally from the MAP local
interface or remotely through the RS-232 or GPIB. 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
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
1310 nm
1260 to 1360 nm
< 1.5 dB
± 0.1 dB
± 0.05 dB
> 45 dB
1550 nm
1420 to 1630 nm
< 1.5 dB
± 0.1 dB
± 0.05 dB
> 45 dB
> 40 dB
< ± 0.5 °
± 0.1 °
0.075 °
900 °/s
200 mW
2 years
10 to 40 °C
- 30 to 60 °C
Maximum 95% RH from 10 to 40 °C non-condensing
4.06 x 13.24 x 39.5 cm
1.6 kg
1. From 1520 to 1630 nm for the 1550 nm version.
2. Measured with a > 45 dB polarized narrow spectral line source.
3. At 23 °C ± 5 °C.
4. IL variation using an incoherent (broadband) source with both waveplates rotating at differing rates.
Ordering Information
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Sample: MAPP+101S5FA
MAPP+10
Code
Model
Code
Connector Type
1S
1P
Controller SMF input
Controller PMF input
(FC connectors,
1550 nm only)
FP
FA
SC
SU
FC/PC
FC/APC
SC/PC
SC/APC
Code
Wavelength (nm)
3
5
1260 to 1360
1420 to 1630
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All statements, technical information and recommendations related to the products herein are based upon information believed to be
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inaccuracies. The user assumes all risks and liability whatsoever in connection with the use of a product or its application. JDS Uniphase
reserves the right to change at any time without notice the design, specifications, function, fit or form of its products described herein,
including withdrawal at any time of a product offered for sale herein. JDS Uniphase makes no representations that the products
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MAP Variable Backreflector
Key Features
• 0.01 dB resolution
• Operation at 850/1310 or 1310/1550 nm
• SM or MM fiber
For stand-alone
applications, the MAP
Var iable Backreflector may
be used as a benchtop
Applications
• Transmitter/receiver development and
testing
• Reflection testing for connectors
• Quality assurance acceptance testing
• Laser development and production
Safety Information
This cassette, when installed in a MAP
chassis, complies to CE requirements plus
UL3101-1 and CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 1010.1.
The Multiple Application Platform (MAP) Variable Backreflector Cassette
provides precise levels of return loss (RL) to transmitters, which allows
measurements of system sensitivity or system degradation as a function of
backreflection.
When used with a transmitter/receiver pair and characterization equipment,
the backreflector can be used to establish the magnitude of reflections that
significantly degrade transmission system performance, and to characterize the
problems they cause.
The backreflector uses JDS Uniphase's linear attenuator prism and high
reflectivity mirror to precisely control the level of RL. The cassette is available
in single-mode (SM) or multimode (MM) fibers and with an optional coupler
for monitoring.
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MAP VARIABLE BACKREFLECTOR
Continued
attenuator
input and
reflected output
reflector
(a)
attenuator
input and
reflected output
50%
tap
reflector
tap output
(b)
Figure 1: Optical configur ations for the var iable
backreflector cassette.
a) w ithout coupler,
b) w ith coupler
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MAP VARIABLE BACKREFLECTOR
Specifications
Parameter
Single-mode fiber (SMF)
Without
With 50/50
Coupler
Coupler
1260 to 1650 nm
> - 5.0 dB
> - 9.5 dB
< - 60/< - 45 dB
N/A
< 5.0 dB
± 0.2
0.01
9/125 µm
< 1.0 dB
Multimode fiber (MMF)
Without
With 50/50
Coupler
Coupler
750 to 1350 nm
> - 5.0 dB
> - 9.5 dB
- 30/< - 30 dB
N/A
< 6.0 dB
± 0.4
0.01
50/125 or 62.5/125 µm
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)
single width cassette (4.06 x 13.24 x 39.5 cm)
1.1 kg (single) / 1.3 kg (dual)
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
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.
Ordering Information
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Sample: MAPV+2B70100FA
MAPV+2B
Code
19
29
70
0
Fiber Type (µm)
50/125
62.5/125
9/125
Code
1
2
Cassette Type
single
dual
Code
0
Code
0
1
Port Type
bulkheads
Built-in Option
none
coupler
Code
FP
FA
SC
SU
Connector Type
FC/PC
FC/APC
SC/PC
SC/APC
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inaccuracies. The user assumes all risks and liability whatsoever in connection with the use of a product or its application. JDS Uniphase
reserves the right to change at any time without notice the design, specifications, function, fit or form of its products described herein,
including withdrawal at any time of a product offered for sale herein. JDS Uniphase makes no representations that the products
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MAP Tunable Grating Filter
Key Features
• Narrow bandwidth
• Low polarization dependent loss (PDL) (< 0.3 dB)
• Wide wavelength range (1420 to 1630 nm)
• High power input (1 W)
For stand-alone applications,
the MAP Tunable Gr ating
Filter may be used as a
benchtop
Applications
• Spontaneous emission suppression
• Amplifier characterization
(Up to 1 W of input power)
• BER testing
• Tunable laser based testing
Safety Information
This cassette, when installed in a MAP chassis,
complies to CE requirements plus UL3101-1
and CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 1010.1.
The Multiple Application Platform (MAP) Tunable Grating Filter Cassette 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.
Three 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% tap option for power monitoring
• 50% tap option for power monitoring.
MAP Tunable Grating Filter Cassette 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.
The MAP Tunable Grating Filter Cassette is the next generation replacement of
the Benchtop Tunable Grating Filter (TB9 series).
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MAP TUNABLE GRATING FILTER
Continued
Grating
Input
DWDM
Output
The filter makes use of a diffr action g r ating to separ ate the
input lig ht along se ver al discrete paths. A stepper-motor
rotates the g r ating to t r ansmit the desired wavelength along
the output fiber.
Res: 0.003 nm (0.25 nm -3 dB Bandwidth)
0
Insertion loss (dB)
-5
-10
-15
-20
-25
-30
-35
1540
1545
1550
1555
1560
Wavelength (nm)
1565
1570
Model "G" filter shape shows the low IL and shar pness of the
filter.
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MAP TUNABLE GRATING FILTER
Specifications
Parameter
Wavelength range
Optical shape
- 3 dB bandwidth1
3/20 dB ratio1
Insertion loss (IL)2
(1520 to 1630 nm)
(1450 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
Model C
1420 to 1630 nm
Gaussian
0.11 nm ± 15%
0.40 ± 0.05
Model G
1420 to 1630 nm
Gaussian
0.25 nm ± 15%
0.31 ± 0.05
Model K
1420 to 1630 nm
Gaussian
0.55 nm ± 15%
0.31 ± 0.05
< 6.0 dB
< 8.0 dB
< 4.5 dB
< 6.0 dB
< 4.5 dB
< 6.0 dB
300 mW
300 mW or 1 W
> 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
8.12 x 13.24 x 39.5 cm
2.3 kg
1. Measured at 1550 nm.
2. Not including tap coupler loss if installed.
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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Sample: MAPF+1GGP51FP
MAPF +1G
Code
C
G
K
1
Bandwidth
Model C (0.11 nm)
Model G (0.25 nm)
Model K (0.55 nm)
Code
0
P
Code
1
Port Type
Bulkheads
Code
FP
FA
SC
SU
Connector Types
FC/PC
FC/APC
SC/PC
SC/APC
Input Power
300 mW
1 W (Models C and G only)
Code
0
1
9
X
Option
None
50/50 coupler
10/90 coupler
Peak search
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.
All statements, technical information and recommendations related to the products herein are based upon information believed to be
reliable or accurate. However, the accuracy or completeness thereof is not guaranteed, and no responsibility is assumed for any
inaccuracies. The user assumes all risks and liability whatsoever in connection with the use of a product or its application. JDS Uniphase
reserves the right to change at any time without notice the design, specifications, function, fit or form of its products described herein,
including withdrawal at any time of a product offered for sale herein. JDS Uniphase makes no representations that the products
herein are free from any intellectual property claims of others. Please contact JDS Uniphase for more information. JDS Uniphase and
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MAP Power Meter
Key Features
• Low PDL (< 0.01 dB)
• Wide wavelength range (800 to 1650 nm)
• High power option (2 W)
• Dual detector option
• Bare fiber measurements capability
3 mm InGaAs
Power Meter
w ith Dual
Detector
Configur ation
For stand-alone applications,
the MAP Power Meter may be
used as a benchtop
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
Safety Information
This cassette, when installed in a MAP chassis,
complies to CE requirements plus UL3101-1
and CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 1010.1.
JDS Uniphase offers two types of Multiple Application Platform (MAP) Power
Meter Cassettes. The first is a power meter with a 3 mm InGaAs detector and
the second is a power meter with 10 mm Ge detector.
3 mm InGaAs MAP Power Meter
The 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 a high accuracy, high linearity
and extremely low polarization dependent loss (PDL). The MAP 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 µs for high-speed applications.
For ultimate flexibility, the detector heads were designed with the JDS Uniphase
AC100 interchangeable detector adapters. Detector adapters 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 cassette is supplied with
an FC detector adapter as a standard accessory. An optional integrating sphere
may be fastened to the front panel allowing for increased power measurement
capability to 33 dBm (2 W) with decreased PDL to 0.005 dB.
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10 mm Ge MAP Power Meter
This versatile 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 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 JDS Uniphase AC400 series
interchangeable detector adapters (please refer to the Optional Accessories
section). The cassette is supplied with an FC detector adapter as a standard
accessory.
Dual Detec tor Power Meter w ith an
Integ r ating Sphere on Detec tor 2
10 mm Ge Power Meter
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Specifications
Parameter
Sensor element
Wavelength range
Power range
Fiber type
Maximum core diameter for single fiber
Maximum core diameter for ribbon cable1
Uncertainty at reference condition
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)
Weight
3 mm InGaAs MAP Power Meter
10 mm Ge MAP Power Meter
3 mm InGaAs
10 mm Ge
800 to 1650 nm
800 to 1650 nm
- 80 to 10 dBm
- 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
± 3.5 % (1550 ≤ λ ≤ 1600 nm)2
± 4.0 % (1600 ≤ λ ≤ 1630 nm)2
± 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
1 year
20 minutes
< 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 13.24 x 39.5 cm
8.12 x 13.24 x 39.5 cm
1.2 kg
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: NA 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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Specifications
Integrating Sphere Specifications
Parameter (Part Number AC330)
Attenuation at reference1
Spectral range
Wavelength flatness2
RL3
Relative uncertainty4
Residual polarization dependent loss (PDL)5
Maximum power6
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Specification
- 30.7 ± 0.8 dB
800 to 1650 nm
< ± 1.5 dB
Typical > 65 dB
< ± 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
4. At reference condition, with 8 degree angled connector, due to the polarization and
connector.
interference.
2. From 850 nm to 1650 nm, refer to the wavelength of 1310 nm.
5. Measured at 1550 nm.
3. Measured at 1310 nm and 1550 nm with SM fiber and FC/APC connector.
6. Continuous Wave (CW) laser.
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Optional Accessories
3 mm InGaAs MAP Power Meter
Sample: MAPM+2PS12
MAPM +2P
Code
S
Detector Type
Performance
standard
S
Code
1
2
Detector1
Type
3 mm InGaAs
10 mm Ge
1. Not applicable if a 10 mm detector has been ordered for detector
2. A Dual 10 mm Ge detector cannot be ordered.
Code
0
1
2
Detector2 Type
None
3 mm InGaAs
10 mm Ge1
Part Numbers Description
Part Numbers Description
AC100
Detector cap
AC121
AC101
FC detector adapter
AC102
ST detector adapter
AC103
SC detector adapter
AC112
MT ribbon cable adapter
10 mm Ge MAP Power Meter
AC114
MU detector adapter
Part Numbers Description
AC115
E2000 detector adapter
AC400
Detector cap
AC120
Magnetic fiber holder
AC401
FC/PC adapter
(requires AC121)
AC402
MPO/MTP adapter
Single bare fiber plug
(requires AC120)
AC330
+33 dBm integrating sphere
UL is a registered trademark of Underwriters Laboratories Inc.
All statements, technical information and recommendations related to the products herein are based upon information believed to be
reliable or accurate. However, the accuracy or completeness thereof is not guaranteed, and no responsibility is assumed for any
inaccuracies. The user assumes all risks and liability whatsoever in connection with the use of a product or its application. JDS Uniphase
reserves the right to change at any time without notice the design, specifications, function, fit or form of its products described herein,
including withdrawal at any time of a product offered for sale herein. JDS Uniphase makes no representations that the products
herein are free from any intellectual property claims of others. Please contact JDS Uniphase for more information. JDS Uniphase and
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MAP Broadband Source
Key Features
• Flattened output power spectrum
• High output power density
• High spectral stability
• Control and monitoring features
For stand-alone applications,
the MAP Broadband Source
may be used as a benchtop
Applications
•
•
•
•
Optical component spectral tests
Systems compliance tests
Optical measurement systems
Sensor and imaging experiments
Safety Information
This optical source cassette, when installed in
the MAP chassis, complies to CE requirements
plus UL3101-1 and CAN/CSA-C22.2 No.1010.1,
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) Broadband Source (BBS) Cassette
combines the optical performance of the JDS Uniphase BBS benchtop
instruments with the flexibility and modularity of the MAP.
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 of 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.
INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION
AVOID EXPOSURE TO BEAM
CLASS 3B LASER PRODUCT
(IEC 60825-1, 2002)
MAX. 500 mw, 700-1680 nm
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Continued
Spect r al Densit y Plot
MAPB+1E1550 C-band 50 mW
Spectral Density (dBm, 1 nm)
0
-3
-6
-9
-12
-15
-18
1515
1535
1555
1575
Wavelength (nm)
1595
1615
Spect r al Densit y Plot
MAPB+1E1560 C+L-band 20 mW
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Specifications
Parameter
1550
50 mW Output Power
1527 to 1568 nm
50 mW
1.6 dB
1550
1560
100 mW Output Power
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 13.24 x 39.5 cm
2.3 kg
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
1. Measured at 1550 nm at 23 °C after one hour warm up.
2. Flatness range 1529 to 1565 nm for 1550 model and 1526 to 1603 nm for 1560 model.
Ordering Information
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JDS Uniphase directly at 1-800-498-JDSU (5378) in North America and +800-5378-JDSU worldwide or via e-mail at [email protected]
Sample: MAPB+1E1550FP0
MAPB +1E
Code
1550
1560
Band
C-band, 1527 to 1568 nm
C+L-band, 1525 to 1610 nm
Code
FP
FA
Connector
Type
FC/PC
FC/APC
Code
0
1
Output power
50 mW output power for
C-band, 20 mW for C+L-band
100 mW output power
(C-band only)
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If the configurations available do
not meet your performance
requirements, please contact our
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All statements, technical information and recommendations related to the products herein are based upon information believed to be
reliable or accurate. However, the accuracy or completeness thereof is not guaranteed, and no responsibility is assumed for any
inaccuracies. The user assumes all risks and liability whatsoever in connection with the use of a product or its application. JDS Uniphase
reserves the right to change at any time without notice the design, specifications, function, fit or form of its products described herein,
including withdrawal at any time of a product offered for sale herein. JDS Uniphase makes no representations that the products
herein are free from any intellectual property claims of others. Please contact JDS Uniphase for more information. JDS Uniphase and
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MAP DFB Laser
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
• 50 GHz wavelength spacing
• Single-mode fiber (SMF) and polarization maintaining
fiber (PMF) output available
For stand-alone applications,
the MAP DFB Laser may be
used as a benchtop
Applications
• DWDM transmission testing
• Optical amplifier testing
• Fiber characterization
Safety Information
This optical source cassette, when installed in
the MAP chassis, complies to CE requirements
plus UL3101-1 and CAN/CSA-C22.2 No.1010.1,
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 (DFB) Laser
Cassette 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 standard MAP DFB Laser can be
selected to comply with the 50 GHz ITU grid in the C- and L-band (1527 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.
INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION
AVOID EXPOSURE TO BEAM
CLASS 3B LASER PRODUCT
(IEC 60825-1, 2002)
MAX. 500 mw, 700-1680 nm
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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 modulation
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 13.24 x 39.5 cm
0.5 kg
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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Channel Code Grid
Code
Frequency (THz)
Wavelength (nm)
18620
18625
18630
18635
18640
18645
18650
18655
18660
18665
18670
18675
18680
18685
18690
18695
18700
18705
18710
18715
18720
18725
18730
18735
18740
18745
18750
18755
18760
18765
18770
18775
18780
18785
18790
18795
18800
18805
18810
18815
18820
18825
18830
18835
18840
18845
18850
18855
18860
18865
18870
18875
18880
18885
18890
18895
18900
18905
18910
18915
18920
18925
18930
18935
18940
186.20
186.25
186.30
186.35
186.40
186.45
186.50
186.55
186.60
186.65
186.70
186.75
186.80
186.85
186.90
186.95
187.00
187.05
187.10
187.15
187.20
187.25
187.30
187.35
187.40
187.45
187.50
187.55
187.60
187.65
187.70
187.75
187.80
187.85
187.90
187.95
188.00
188.05
188.10
188.15
188.20
188.25
188.30
188.35
188.40
188.45
188.50
188.55
188.60
188.65
188.70
188.75
188.80
188.85
188.90
188.95
189.00
189.05
189.10
189.15
189.20
189.25
189.30
189.35
189.40
1610.06
1609.62
1609.19
1608.76
1608.33
1607.90
1607.47
1607.04
1606.61
1606.17
1605.74
1605.31
1604.89
1604.46
1604.03
1603.60
1603.17
1602.74
1602.31
1601.88
1601.46
1601.03
1600.60
1600.17
1599.75
1599.32
1598.89
1598.47
1598.04
1597.62
1597.19
1596.76
1596.34
1595.91
1595.49
1595.07
1594.64
1594.22
1593.79
1593.37
1592.95
1592.52
1592.10
1591.68
1591.26
1590.83
1590.41
1589.99
1589.57
1589.15
1588.73
1588.30
1587.88
1587.46
1587.04
1586.62
1586.20
1585.78
1585.37
1584.95
1584.53
1584.11
1583.69
1583.27
1582.85
18945
18950
18955
18960
18965
18970
18975
18980
18985
18990
18995
19000
19005
19010
19015
19020
19025
19030
19035
19040
19045
19050
19055
19060
19065
19070
19075
19080
19085
19090
19095
19100
19105
19110
19115
19120
19125
19130
19135
19140
19145
19150
19155
19160
19165
19170
19175
19180
19185
19190
19195
19200
19205
19210
19215
19220
19225
19230
19235
19240
19245
19250
19255
19260
19265
19270
189.45
189.50
189.55
189.60
189.65
189.70
189.75
189.80
189.85
189.90
189.95
190.00
190.05
190.10
190.15
190.20
190.25
190.30
190.35
190.40
190.45
190.50
190.55
190.60
190.65
190.70
190.75
190.80
190.85
190.90
190.95
191.00
191.05
191.10
191.15
191.20
191.25
191.30
191.35
191.40
191.45
191.50
191.55
191.60
191.65
191.70
191.75
191.80
191.85
191.90
191.95
192.00
192.05
192.10
192.15
192.20
192.25
192.30
192.35
192.40
192.45
192.50
192.55
192.60
192.65
192.70
1582.44
1582.02
1581.60
1581.18
1580.77
1580.35
1579.93
1579.52
1579.10
1578.69
1578.27
1577.86
1577.44
1577.03
1576.61
1576.20
1575.78
1575.37
1574.95
1574.54
1574.13
1573.71
1573.30
1572.89
1572.48
1572.06
1571.65
1571.24
1570.83
1570.42
1570.01
1569.59
1569.18
1568.77
1568.36
1567.95
1567.54
1567.13
1566.72
1566.31
1565.91
1565.50
1565.09
1564.68
1564.27
1563.86
1563.46
1563.05
1562.64
1562.23
1561.83
1561.42
1561.01
1560.61
1560.20
1559.80
1559.39
1558.98
1558.58
1558.17
1557.77
1557.36
1556.96
1556.56
1556.15
1555.75
19275
19280
19285
19290
19295
19300
19305
19310
19315
19320
19325
19330
19335
19340
19345
19350
19355
19360
19365
19370
19375
19380
19385
19390
19395
19400
19405
19410
19415
19420
19425
19430
19435
19440
19445
19450
19455
19460
19465
19470
19475
19480
19485
19490
19495
19500
19505
19510
19515
19520
19525
19530
19535
19540
19545
19550
19555
19560
19565
19570
19575
19580
19585
19590
19595
19600
192.75
192.80
192.85
192.90
192.95
193.00
193.05
193.10
193.15
193.20
193.25
193.30
193.35
193.40
193.45
193.50
193.55
193.60
193.65
193.70
193.75
193.80
193.85
193.90
193.95
194.00
194.05
194.10
194.15
194.20
194.25
194.30
194.35
194.40
194.45
194.50
194.55
194.60
194.65
194.70
194.75
194.80
194.85
194.90
194.95
195.00
195.05
195.10
195.15
195.20
195.25
195.30
195.35
195.40
195.45
195.50
195.55
195.60
195.65
195.70
195.75
195.80
195.85
195.90
195.95
196.00
1555.34
1554.94
1554.54
1554.13
1553.73
1553.33
1552.93
1552.52
1552.12
1551.72
1551.32
1550.92
1550.52
1550.12
1549.72
1549.32
1548.92
1548.52
1548.12
1547.72
1547.32
1546.92
1546.52
1546.12
1545.72
1545.32
1544.92
1544.53
1544.13
1543.73
1543.33
1542.94
1542.54
1542.14
1541.75
1541.35
1540.95
1540.56
1540.16
1539.77
1539.37
1538.98
1538.58
1538.19
1537.79
1537.40
1537.00
1536.61
1536.22
1535.82
1535.43
1535.04
1534.64
1534.25
1533.86
1533.47
1533.07
1532.68
1532.29
1531.90
1531.51
1531.12
1530.73
1530.33
1529.94
1529.55
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MAP Single DFB Laser Cassette
Sample: MAPL+2U119630190FP
MAPL +2U1
Code
XXXXX
Channel Code
See channel
code grid
Code
0
4
Tap Option
None
1/99 coupler
Code
Code
1
2
Output Power
10 mW
20 mW
Code
7
9
Fiber Type, With Options
SMF28, no option
PMF, no option
FP
FA
Connector Type
Bulkheads
FC/PC
FC/APC
MAP Dual DFB Laser Cassette
Sample : MAPL+2U2196301962027FP
MAPL+2U2
Code
XXXXX
Channel Code
See channel
code grid
Code
XXXXX
Channel Code
See channel
code grid
Code
7
9
5
4
Code
1
2
Output
Power
10 mW
20 mW
Code
FP
FA
Connector Type
Bulkheads
FC/PC
FC/APC
Fiber Type, Option
SMF28, no option
PMF, no option
SMF28, monitor port 1 % option
PMF, monitor port 1 % option
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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.
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All statements, technical information and recommendations related to the products herein are based upon information believed to be
reliable or accurate. However, the accuracy or completeness thereof is not guaranteed, and no responsibility is assumed for any
inaccuracies. The user assumes all risks and liability whatsoever in connection with the use of a product or its application. JDS Uniphase
reserves the right to change at any time without notice the design, specifications, function, fit or form of its products described herein,
including withdrawal at any time of a product offered for sale herein. JDS Uniphase makes no representations that the products
herein are free from any intellectual property claims of others. Please contact JDS Uniphase for more information. JDS Uniphase and
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MAP DFB Laser - Analog Modulation
Key Features
• 10 mW output power
• 1 GHz of modulation bandwidth
• Very low second and third order distortion
For stand-alone applications,
the MAP DFB Laser - may be
used as a benchtop
Applications
• CATV reference transmitter
• Multitone receiver test
Safety Information
This optical source cassette, when installed in
the MAP chassis, complies to CE requirements
plus UL3101-1 and CAN/CSA-C22.2 No.1010.1,
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.
Multiple Application Platform (MAP) DFB Laser Cassette with Analog
Modulation 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.
INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION
AVOID EXPOSURE TO BEAM
CLASS 3B LASER PRODUCT
(IEC 60825-1, 2002)
MAX. 500 mw, 700-1680 nm
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MAP DFB LASER - ANALOG MODULATION
Specifications
Parameter
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
Specification
+ 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 13.24 x 39.5 cm
0.5 kg
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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Sample: MAPL+1A119340FA
MAPL+1A 1
Code
1
Number of Channels
Single channel
1 9 3 4 0
Code
19340
Channel Code
1550.12 nm wavelength
Code
FP
FA
Connector Type
FC/PC
FC/APC
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.
UL is a registered trademark of Underwriters Laboratories Inc.
All statements, technical information and recommendations related to the products herein are based upon information believed to be
reliable or accurate. However, the accuracy or completeness thereof is not guaranteed, and no responsibility is assumed for any
inaccuracies. The user assumes all risks and liability whatsoever in connection with the use of a product or its application. JDS Uniphase
reserves the right to change at any time without notice the design, specifications, function, fit or form of its products described herein,
including withdrawal at any time of a product offered for sale herein. JDS Uniphase makes no representations that the products
herein are free from any intellectual property claims of others. Please contact JDS Uniphase for more information. JDS Uniphase and
the JDS Uniphase logo are trademarks of JDS Uniphase Corporation. Other trademarks are the property of their respective holders.
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MAP Fabry-Perot Laser
Key Features
• Dual independent sources available in a single cassette
• Control and monitoring features
• Single-mode (SM)/Multimode (MM) output
• Internal/external modulation
For stand-alone
applications, the MAP
Fabr y-Perot Laser
may be used as a benchtop
Applications
•
•
•
•
Insertion loss (IL)
Return loss (RL)
Polarization dependent loss (PDL) tests
Dense wavelength division multiplexing
(DWDM) test
The Multiple Application Platform (MAP) Fabry-Perot Laser Cassette consists
of a Fabry-Perot laser diode combined with a high performance laser driver
circuitry for optimal wavelength and power stability. It features internal and
external modulation capabilities and variable power control. Cassettes can be
configured with two independent sources for maximum instrumentation
density.
Safety Information
This optical source cassette, when installed in
the MAP chassis, complies to CE
requirements plus UL3101-1 and CAN/CSAC22.2 No.1010.1, 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.
INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION
AVOID EXPOSURE TO BEAM
CLASS 3B LASER PRODUCT
(IEC 60825-1, 2002)
MAX. 500 mw, 700-1680 nm
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MAP FABRY-PEROT LASER
Specifications
Single-mode (SM)
Parameter
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
Multimode (MM)
Parameter
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
980 nm
980 ± 20
nm
< 5 nm
0 dBm
FlexcorTM
1310 nm
1310 ± 20
nm
< 5 nm
- 3 dBm
SMF-28
850 nm
850 ± 20 nm
< 8 nm
- 3 dBm
1480 nm
1550 nm
1480 ± 20
1550 ± 20
nm
nm
< 5 nm
< 6 nm
- 3 dBm
- 3 dBm
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 13.24 x 39.5 cm
0.5 kg
1310 nm
1310 ± 20 nm
< 8 nm
- 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 13.24 x 39.5 cm
0.5 kg
1625 nm
1625 ± 20
nm
< 7 nm
- 3 dBm
SMF-28
1650 nm
1650 ± 20
nm
< 7 nm
- 3 dBm
SMF-28
1550 nm
1550 ± 20 nm
< 8 nm
- 6 dBm
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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Sample: MAPL+1F072FA
MAPL+1F
0
Code
Output Power
0
Standard
Code
Wavelength (nm)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
850
980
1310
1480
1550
1625
1310/1550
1650
850/1310
1550/1625
1550/1650
1480/1550
Code
Connector Type
FP
FA
FC/PC
FC/APC
Code
Fiber Type (µm)
1
2
7
8
50/125
62.5/125
9/125
Flexcor 1060
UL is a registered trademark of Underwriters Laboratories Inc.
Flexcor is a registered trademark of Corning Inc.
All statements, technical information and recommendations related to the products herein are based upon information believed to be
reliable or accurate. However, the accuracy or completeness thereof is not guaranteed, and no responsibility is assumed for any
inaccuracies. The user assumes all risks and liability whatsoever in connection with the use of a product or its application. JDS Uniphase
reserves the right to change at any time without notice the design, specifications, function, fit or form of its products described herein,
including withdrawal at any time of a product offered for sale herein. JDS Uniphase makes no representations that the products
herein are free from any intellectual property claims of others. Please contact JDS Uniphase for more information. JDS Uniphase and
the JDS Uniphase logo are trademarks of JDS Uniphase Corporation. Other trademarks are the property of their respective holders.
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MAP Light Emitting Diode Source
Key Features
• Dual independent sources available in a single cassette
• Control and monitoring features
• Single-mode (SM)/Multimode (MM) output
• Internal/external modulation circuitry
For stand-alone
applications, the MAP LED
Source may be used as a
benchtop
Applications
• Optical component spectral tests
• Systems compliance tests
• Sensors and imaging
Safety Information
This optical source cassette, when installed in
the MAP chassis, complies to CE
requirements plus UL3101-1 and CAN/CSAC22.2 No.1010.1, 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 (LED) Source
Cassette 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.
INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION
AVOID EXPOSURE TO BEAM
CLASS 3B LASER PRODUCT
(IEC 60825-1, 2002)
MAX. 500 mw, 700-1680 nm
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MAP LIGHT EMITTING DIODE SOURCE
Specifications
Single-mode (SM) Parameter
Peak wavelength
3 dB width
Spectral ripple (RB=0.1nm)
Total power1,2
Modulation
Stability (15 minutes)1,2,3
Connector type
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Weight
1310 nm
1310 ± 20 nm
> 40 nm
0.35 dB
0 dBm
Multimode (MM) Parameter
Peak wavelength
Total power1,2
Modulation
Stability (15 minutes)1,2,3
Connector type
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Weight
850 nm
850 ± 20 nm
-3 dBm
1550 nm
1550 ± 20 nm
> 40 nm
0.35 dB
0 dBm
0.2 to 20 kHz
± 0.01 dB
FC/PC, FC/APC
10 to 40 °C
- 30 to 60 °C
4.06 x 13.24 x 39.5 cm
0.5 kg
1310 nm
1310 ± 20 nm
- 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 13.24 x 39.5 cm
0.5 kg
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
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or JDS Uniphase directly at 1-800-498-JDSU (5378) in North America and +800-5378-JDSU worldwide or via e-mail at [email protected]
Sample : MAPB+1L057FP
MAPB+1L
Code
0
0
Code
FP
FA
Output Power
Standard
Code
1
3
5
7
9
Wavelength (nm)
850
1310
1550
1310/1550
850/1310
Code
1
2
7
Fiber Type ( µm)
50/125
62.5/125
9/125
Connector Type
FC/PC
FC/APC
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.
UL is a registered trademark of Underwriters Laboratories Inc.
All statements, technical information and recommendations related to the products herein are based upon information believed to be
reliable or accurate. However, the accuracy or completeness thereof is not guaranteed, and no responsibility is assumed for any
inaccuracies. The user assumes all risks and liability whatsoever in connection with the use of a product or its application. JDS Uniphase
reserves the right to change at any time without notice the design, specifications, function, fit or form of its products described herein,
including withdrawal at any time of a product offered for sale herein. JDS Uniphase makes no representations that the products
herein are free from any intellectual property claims of others. Please contact JDS Uniphase for more information. JDS Uniphase and
the JDS Uniphase logo are trademarks of JDS Uniphase Corporation. Other trademarks are the property of their respective holders.
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MAP Tunable Laser
Key Features
• > 110 nm of tunable range over C+L-band
• > 6 dBm output power
• Coherence control
• Polarization maintaining fiber (PMF) output
• High speed tuning
For stand-alone applications,
the MAP Tunable Laser may be
used as a benchtop
Applications
• Dense wavelength division multiplexing
(DWDM) transmission testing
• Optical amplifier testing
• Fiber characterization
• Transmitter and receiver testing
Safety Information
This optical source cassette, when installed in the
MAP chassis, complies to CE requirements plus
UL3101-1 and CAN/CSA-C22.2 No.1010.1, 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 Cassette is an 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 cassettes, it may be seamlessly integrated with the extensive
family of MAP cassettes, which enables complete custom solutions to be rapidly
assembled and expanded as needed.
INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION
AVOID EXPOSURE TO BEAM
CLASS 3B LASER PRODUCT
(IEC 60825-1, 2002)
MAX. 500 mw, 700-1680 nm
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MAP TUNABLE LASER
Specifications
Parameter
Wavelength
Range
Accuracy1,2,3
Stability1,2
Repeatability1,2
Resolution1,2
Tuning speed
Power
Maximum power
110 nm
50 nm
peak
Stability1,2
Repeatability
Resolution
Flatness while scanning
Spectral properties
Line width, coherence control off
Line width, coherence control on
Side mode suppression ratio (SMSR)
Amplified spontaneous emission (ASE) ratio
Optical isolation5
Relative intensity noise (RIN)
Fiber/connector type
Fiber extinction ratio
Recommended calibration period
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Weight
Specification
1520 to 1630 nm, C+L-band
± 15 pm enhanced accuracy mode4, ± 60 pm regular mode
± 5 pm (1 hour), ± 6 pm (24 hours)
± 5 pm (1 hour) enhanced accuracy mode4
1 pm
1 to 100 nm/s
0.8 dBm ( > 2.0 dBm typical)
3.0 dBm ( > 5.0 dBm typical)
6.0 dBm (typical)
0.05 dBm (1 hour)
± 0.1 dB (1 hour)
0.001 dB
± 0.5 dB over 110 nm, ± 0.05 dB over 1 nm
< 150 kHz
> 120 and < 300 MHz
45 dB
> 50 dB (Peak to max background), > 23 dB (Peak to integrated background)
60 dB
- 140 dB/Hz
Polarization maintaining fiber (PMF)/APC connector
> 20 dB
1 year
10 to 40 °C
- 20 to 60 °C
8.12 x 13.24 x 39.5 cm
4.5 kg
1. Measured at 25°C ±1 °C.
4. Fixed power of 0 dBm.
2. After 1 hour warm-up.
5. Measured at 1560 nm.
3. After calibration.
Ordering Information
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Please use the part number below to order the
MAP Tunable Laser.
MAPL+1T1FA
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All statements, technical information and recommendations related to the products herein are based upon information believed to be
reliable or accurate. However, the accuracy or completeness thereof is not guaranteed, and no responsibility is assumed for any
inaccuracies. The user assumes all risks and liability whatsoever in connection with the use of a product or its application. JDS Uniphase
reserves the right to change at any time without notice the design, specifications, function, fit or form of its products described herein,
including withdrawal at any time of a product offered for sale herein. JDS Uniphase makes no representations that the products
herein are free from any intellectual property claims of others. Please contact JDS Uniphase for more information. JDS Uniphase and
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MAP Large Channel Count Switch
Key Features
• Low IL < 0.7 dB
• Low polarization dependent loss (PDL) 0.04 dB
• Wide wavelength range
• High RL > 57 dB
For stand-alone applications,
the MAP Large Channel Count
Sw itch may be used as
a benchtop
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
Cassette is bidirectional and allows the connection of a common port to any
number of channels up to 50. The cassette is available in single or dual-switch
configurations.
The MAP switch cassette is based on JDS Uniphase expanded beam
and alignment technologies and exhibits low insertion loss (IL) and high return
loss (RL).
This cassette, when installed in a MAP chassis,
complies to CE requirements plus UL3101-1
and CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 1010.1.
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MAP LARGE CHANNEL COUNT SWITCH
Specifications
Parameter1
Wavelength range
Insertion loss (IL)
N < 25 (non-latching), N ≤ 22 (latching)
N > 25 (non-latching), N > 22 (latching)
Polarization dependent loss (PDL)1
N ≤ 25 (non-latching), N ≤ 22 (latching)
N > 25 (non-latching), N > 22 (latching)
Return loss (RL)2
N ≤ 25 (non-latching), N ≤ 22 (latching)
N > 25 (non-latching), N > 22 (latching)
IL Stability
N ≤ 25 (non-latching), N ≤ 22 (latching)
N > 25 (non-latching), N > 22 (latching)
Repeatability sequential switching
N ≤ 25 (non-latching), N ≤ 22 (latching)
N > 25 (non-latching), N > 22 (latching)
Repeatability random switching
N ≤ 25 (non-latching), N ≤ 22 (latching)
N > 25 (non-latching), N > 22 (latching)
Crosstalk
N ≤ 25 (non-latching), N ≤ 22 (latching)
N > 25 (non-latching), N > 22 (latching)
Switching time (first channel/each additional channel)
Maximum input power (optical)
Lifetime
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Weight
Typical (Maximum)
Single-mode fiber
SMF 9/125
1270 to 1670 nm
Typical (Maximum)
Multimode fiber
MMF 50/125 and 62.5/125
850 to 1350 nm, 750 to 940 nm
0.5 (0.7) dB
0.8 (1.2) dB
0.4 (0.6) dB
0.7 (1.0) dB
0.02 (0.04) dB
0.04 (0.08) dB
N/A
N/A
62 (57) dB
55 (45) dB
25 (20) dB
20 (20) dB
± 0.02 (± 0.025) dB
±0.03 (± 0.04) dB
± 0.005 (± 0.01) dB
± 0.01 (± 0.03) dB
± 0.01 (± 0.05) dB
± 0.03 (± 0.08) dB
- 80 dB
- 80 dB
N/A
N/A
25/15 ms
300 mW
> 100 million cycles
- 5 to 55 °C
- 30 to 60 °C
4.06 x 13.24 x 39.5 cm
1.3 kg 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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Sample: MAPS+1K17104L1FP
MAPS+1K
Code
17
18
27
28
70
Fiber Type (µm)
50/125, 750 to 940 nm
50/125, 850 to 1310 nm
62.5/125, 750 to 940 nm
62.5/125, 850 to 1310 nm
9/125, 1270 to 1670 nm
Code
1CCL1
1CCN1
1CCL3
1CCN3
204L1
204N1
2CCL3
2CCN3
Code
FP
FA
SC
SU
LC
Connector Type
FC/PC
FC/APC
SC/PC
SC/APC
LC/PC
Switch Configuration
Single switch, 1 x CC1, latching, bulkheads
Single switch, 1 x CC1, non-latching, bulkheads
Single switch, 1 x CC2, latching, pigtail 2 m long
Single switch, 1 x CC3, non-latching, pigtail 2 m long
Two switches, 1 x 4, latching, bulkheads
Two switches, 1 x 4, non-latching, bulkheads
Two switches, 1 x CC4, latching, pigtail 2 m long
Two switches, 1 x CC5, non-latching, pigtail 2 m long
1. Number of output channels (01 to 08)
2. Number of output channels (01 to 42)
3. Number of output channels (01 to 50)
4. Number of output channels (01 to 22)
5. Number of output channels (01 to 25)
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.
UL is a registered trademark of Underwriters Laboratories Inc.
SMF-28 is a registered trademark of Corning Inc.
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inaccuracies. The user assumes all risks and liability whatsoever in connection with the use of a product or its application. JDS Uniphase
reserves the right to change at any time without notice the design, specifications, function, fit or form of its products described herein,
including withdrawal at any time of a product offered for sale herein. JDS Uniphase makes no representations that the products
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MAP Small Channel Count Switch
Key Features
• Low insertion loss (IL) < 0.7 dB
• Low polarization dependent loss (PDL) 0.08 dB
• High return loss (RL) > 55 dB
• Up to 8 switches per cassette
• Available in latching or non-latching modes
For stand-alone applications,
the MAP Small Channel
Count Sw itch may be used as
a benchtop
Applications
• Dense wavelength division multiplexing
(DWDM) channel testing
• Amplifier characterization
• Bit error rate (BER) testing
• Signal routing
Safety Information
This cassette, when installed in a MAP chassis,
complies to CE requirements plus UL3101-1
and CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 1010.1.
The Multiple Application Platform (MAP) Small Channel Count Switch is a
single switch cassette that is able to accommodate a number of switches with
varying channel counts and latching modes.
The switch redirects input light by an optical prism or mirror into a selected
output channel. The switch is bidirectional, transparent to signal format,
available in both single-mode (SM) and multimode (MM) versions, as well as
latching or non-latching modes.
Special density and functionality cassettes can be made available on a custom
order basis.
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Continued
Selecting a Switch
To identify the appropriate switch selection, use the table below. Begin by choosing
the appropriate switch configuration. Further narrow the choice by selecting a fiber
type and a latching configuration. The number and letter, for example 8 (A),
indicates the maximum switch density per cassette1 and the applicable
specification/ordering table respectively. The "code" column indicates the
appropriate code in the Ordering Structure.
Configuration
Code
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
1
2
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
A
B
C
D
T
X
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
2
4
6
8
2
2
crossover
D-config. 2
D-config. 2
2
D-config.
crossover
Latching
SM
8 (A)
8 (A)
-
Non-latching
SM
MM
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
4
2
(C)
(C)
(C)
(C)
(C)
(C)
(C)
(C)
(C)
(C)
(C)
1. Maximum switch density is achievable using pigtail exits. For bulkhead exit, maximum
number of any type of switch is 3, up to a maximum of 10 bulkheads (common+outputs).
2. D-configuration refers to a synchronized parallel input channel alignment.
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2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
4
2
(C)
(C)
(C)
(C)
(C)
(C)
(C)
(C)
(C)
(C)
(C)
MAP SMALL CHANNEL COUNT SWITCH
Specifications
Common Specifications Parameter
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Humidity
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Weight
Specification
0 to 50 °C
- 30 to 60 °C
90 % relative, non-condensing
4.06 x 13.24 x 39.5 cm
1.1 kg maximum (varies with configuration)
Option A
Parameter
Insertion loss (IL)1
1x2
2x2
Return loss (RL)2
Polarization dependent loss (PDL)2
Repeatability
Crosstalk
Optical input power
Switching speed
Specification
0.8 dB
1.0 dB
55 dB
0.1 dB
± 0.05 dB
- 60 dB
300 mW
8 ms
Option C
Parameter
IL2
1 x 2, 2 x 2
1 x 3, 1 x 4, 2 x 4 "D"
1 x 5, 1 x 6, 1 x 7, 1 x 8, 2 x 6 "D", 2 x 8 "D"
RL (excludes connectors)
selected port SM
selected port MM
PDL (SM only)
1 x 2, 1 x 3, 1 x 4, 2 x 2, 2 x 4 "D"
1 x 5, 1 x 6, 1 x 7, 1 x 8, 2 x 6 "D", 2 x 8 "D"
IL stability3
1 hour
24 hours
Repeatability4
1 x 2, 1 x 3, 1 x 4, 2 x 2, 2 x 4 "D"
1 x 5, 1 x 6, 1 x 7, 1 x 8, 2 x 6 "D", 2 x 8 "D"
Crosstalk/isolation
Selected port to other ports
non-selected to other non-selected (bi-directional)
Optical input power
Lifetime
Switching time
2. At 23 °C ± 3 °C at specified test wavelengths (850/1310 MM or 1310/1550 SM) and
Multimode (MM)
Specification
<0.7 dB
< 0.9 dB
< 1.05 dB
<0.7 dB
< 0.8 dB
< 0.95 dB
> 55 dB
> 30 dB
< 0.08 dB
< 0.10 dB
± 0.02 dB
± 0.05 dB
< 0.01 dB (p-p)
< 0.02 dB (p-p)
(± 0.005 dB)
(± 0.01 dB)
< - 60 dB
< - 50 dB
< - 50 dB
< - 40 dB
300 mW maximum
> 10 million cycles
< 20 ms
1. Unless otherwise specified, all specifications at start of life at 23 °C ± 3 °C and 45 % RH
± 5 %. (not applicable to SQ cassette).
Single-Mode (SM)
Specification
3. Drift of any channel at ± 3 °C deviation of ambient temperature without changing
channels (excludes repeatability).
4. Repeatability as per Telcordia GR-1073-CORE (100 cycles, max-min/peak-to-peak).
optical input power of - 25 to 0 dBm, excluding connectors. (not applicable to SQ
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Ordering Information
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Ordering Structure for Option A
Sample: MAPS+2W73823FPL
MAPS+2W
Code
73
7 3
L
Fiber Type (µm)
9/125, 1310/1550 nm
Code
5
6
7
8
Code
1
3
Number of Independent Switches
Five switch per cassette
Six switches per cassette
Seven switches per cassette
Eight switches per cassette
Code
2
A
Type of Switches
1x2
2x2
Port Type
Bulkheads
Pigtails
(2 m long)
Code
NC
FP
FA
SC
SU
LC
Code
L
Latching
Latching
Connector Type (all ports)
No connector (pigtail)
FC/PC
FC/APC
SC/PC
SC/APC
LC/PC
Ordering Structure for Option C
Sample: MAPS+2W16241FP
MAPS+2W
Code
15
16
25
26
73
Code
1
2
3
4
Fiber Type (µm)
50/125, 850 nm
50/125, 850/1310 nm
62.5/125, 850 nm
62.5/125, 850/1310 nm
9/125, 1310/1550 nm
Code
3
4
5
6
7
8
B
C
D
T
X
Number of Independent Switches
One switch per cassette
Two switches per cassette
Three switches per cassette
Four switches per cassette
Type of
Switches
1x3
1x4
1x5
1x6
1x7
1x8
2 x 4 D-type
2 x 6 D-type
2 x 8 D-type
1x2
2x2
Code
1
3
Port Type
Bulkheads
Pigtails
(2 m long)
Code
NC
FP
FA
SC
SU
LC
Connector Type
(all ports)
No connector
(pigtail)
FC/PC
FC/APC
SC/PC
SC/APC
LC/PC
Code
Blank
Latching
Non-latching
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Telcordia is a registered trademark of Telcordia Technologies, Inc.
All statements, technical information and recommendations related to the products herein are based upon information believed to be
reliable or accurate. However, the accuracy or completeness thereof is not guaranteed, and no responsibility is assumed for any
inaccuracies. The user assumes all risks and liability whatsoever in connection with the use of a product or its application. JDS Uniphase
reserves the right to change at any time without notice the design, specifications, function, fit or form of its products described herein,
including withdrawal at any time of a product offered for sale herein. JDS Uniphase makes no representations that the products
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MAP RF Switch
Key Features
• Single or independent dual
• 1 x 2 and bypass versions
• Mechanically latching
• Built-in 50 Ohm terminations
For stand-alone applications,
the MAP RF Sw itch may be
used as a benchtop
Applications
• Data source selection
• Routing to main analyzer
Configurations
• Single 1 x 2, dual independent 1 x 2
• Single bypass, dual independent bypass
Safety Information
This cassette, when installed in a MAP chassis,
complies to CE requirements plus UL3101-1
and CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 1010.1.
The Multiple Application Platform (MAP) RF switch cassette is a 50 Ohm coaxial
switch for routing RF and microwave signals at frequencies up to 26.5 GHz.
Comprising of single and dual 1 x 2 and bypass-type switches, these cassettes are
an ideal solution for routing 10 Gb 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 1 x 2 configurations units feature dual builtin 50 Ohm 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
Ohm termination on one of the 'insert' loop ports which is activated when
switch is in the bypass [straight through] state.
1310 nm Tx
pattern generator
RF switch
(1x2)
1550 nm Tx
MAP RF Sw itch Application
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Specifications
Parameter
Frequency range
Insertion loss (IL)
IL repeatability
Isolation
SWR through line
SWR into load
Connectors
Specification
DC to 26.5 GHz
0.25 dB: DC-2 GHz
0.50 dB: 2 to 18 GHz
1.25 dB: 18 to 26.5 GHz
0.03 dB: DC-18 GHz
0.50 dB: 18 to 26.5 GHz
90 dB: DC-18GHz
50 dB: 18 to 26.5GHz
< 1.15: DC-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
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Ordering Information
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Sample: MAPS+1R112
MAPS+1R
Code
1
2
Number of
Switches
1 switch
2 independent
switches
Code
12
2B
MX
Type of Switch
1 x 2 switch
Bypass
1 x 2 and bypass
UL is a registered trademark of Underwriters Laboratories Inc.
All statements, technical information and recommendations related to the products herein are based upon information believed to be
reliable or accurate. However, the accuracy or completeness thereof is not guaranteed, and no responsibility is assumed for any
inaccuracies. The user assumes all risks and liability whatsoever in connection with the use of a product or its application. JDS Uniphase
reserves the right to change at any time without notice the design, specifications, function, fit or form of its products described herein,
including withdrawal at any time of a product offered for sale herein. JDS Uniphase makes no representations that the products
herein are free from any intellectual property claims of others. Please contact JDS Uniphase for more information. JDS Uniphase and
the JDS Uniphase logo are trademarks of JDS Uniphase Corporation. Other trademarks are the property of their respective holders.
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MAP Utility
Key Features
• Many tap ratios available
• Up to 3 couplers per cassette
• SM and MM
For stand-alone applications,
the MAP Utilit y may be used
as a benchtop
Applications
• Bit error rate (BER) test
• Passive component test
• Optical amplifier test
Safety Information
This cassette, when installed in a MAP chassis,
complies to CE requirements plus UL3101-1
and CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 1010.1.
The Multiple Application Platform (MAP) Utility Cassette is designed to
simplify the mechanical integration of passive optical components for test sets.
It is a highly configurable cassette that contains passive optical devices such as
1 x 4 splitters, 1 x 8 splitters and taps. It supports angle or flat polish connectors
and single-mode (SM) and multimode (MM) fibers.
A blank cassette is available for mechanical mounting of components such as
isolators, circulators or fixed attenuators. The cassettes are supplied with
mounting hardware and up to ten bulkhead adapters for ease of integration.
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Specifications
Parameter
Single-mode (SM) splitters/couplers (fused)
Fiber type
Wavelength
Insertion loss (IL)
SM taps/couplers (fused)
Fiber type
Wavelength
IL
Multimode (MM) taps/couplers (micro-optic)
Fiber type
Wavelength
IL
General
Optical power handling
Number of slots
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Weight
Specification
1 x 4 type
1 x 8 type
9/125 µm
1310/1550 nm
8.0 dB
11.5 dB
1/99
10/90
30/70
50/50
coupling ratio
coupling ratio
coupling ratio
coupling ratio
9/125 µm
1310/1550 nm
< 24.0/1.2 dB
< 11.8/<1.2 dB
< 6.5/< 2.4 dB
< 4.1 dB
10/90
50/50
coupling ratio
coupling ratio
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 13.24 x 39.5 cm
< 1.0 kg
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MAP Utility Cassette with Built-in Splitter/Coupler
Sample: MAPU +1SFP12103700
MAPU+1S
Code
FP
FA
SC
SU
0
Connector Type
FC/PC
FC/APC
SC/PC
SC/APC
1 X 2 tap/coupler
1 2
Code
01
10
30
50
Tap Ratio
1/99 (9/125 only)
10/90
30/70 (9/125 only)
50/50
Code
1
2
3
Number
of Devices
1
2
3
Code
10
20
70
Fiber Type (µm)
50/125 at 850/1310 nm (micro-optic)
62.5/125 at 850/1310 nm (micro-optic)
9/125 at 1310/1550 nm (fused)
1 X 4 tap/coupler
1 4 0 0
7 0
Code
1
2
Blank MAP Utility Cassette
Sample: MAPU +10FP04000000
MAPU+10
Code
FP
FA
SC
SU
Connector Type
FC/PC
FC/APC
SC/PC
SC/APC
Number
of Devices
1
2
1 X 8 splitter/coupler
1 8 0 0 1 7 0
0 0 0 0 0 0
Code
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
Number of
Bulkhead
Connectors
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
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Standard Accessories included
with a blank MAP Utility
Cassette: splice holders, fiber
holders, coupler mounts.
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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All statements, technical information and recommendations related to the products herein are based upon information believed to be
reliable or accurate. However, the accuracy or completeness thereof is not guaranteed, and no responsibility is assumed for any
inaccuracies. The user assumes all risks and liability whatsoever in connection with the use of a product or its application. JDS Uniphase
reserves the right to change at any time without notice the design, specifications, function, fit or form of its products described herein,
including withdrawal at any time of a product offered for sale herein. JDS Uniphase makes no representations that the products
herein are free from any intellectual property claims of others. Please contact JDS Uniphase for more information. JDS Uniphase and
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Switches
JDS Uniphase is a pioneer in fiberoptic switches and
offers a diverse and innovative switch product line. The
line includes 1 x N fiberoptic switch modules,
benchtop and rackmount programmable switches, and
M x N matrix switches that provide up to 32 x 32
channels of connectivity. The full product line is
available in both multimode and single-mode, with
specialty fiber variants developed on request. For
special optical switching needs and specific test
requirements, customized solutions are available in our
SA Series Custom Switch Assembly.
enables increased throughput and parallel processing
through simultaneous testing of multiple parameters of
one or more devices without repeated physical
reconnections. This substantially increases test
equipment utilization and reduces test time, thereby
reducing the cost of ownership of test equipment.
Switch operation is based on JDS Uniphase's proven
expanded beam lens technology combined with one of
several alignment technologies. These switches are
unique in their operational stability, excellent
repeatability, low insertion loss, and high
The performance, configuration, and flexibility of JDS reliability, which make them ideal for component and
Uniphase switches make them suitable for a wide range system testing.
of applications including fiberoptic component testing, At JDS Uniphase, we offer turnkey solutions for all
remote fiber system testing in telecommunication your fiberoptic switch requirements.
networks,
transmitter/receiver
measurements,
reconfiguration and restoration in broadband fiber
telecommunication networks, and research and
development. In a typical application, an optical switch
Included in This Section
Switch Selection Guide
81
Benchtop/Rackmount Programmable Switch
84
2 x N Compact Switch Matrix Module
93
Programmable Matrix Switch and
Reconfigurable Matrix Switch
96
Optical Switch Module OSM
101
Optical Switch Tray OST
103
Large Channel Count Switch Module
105
Small Channel Count Switch Module
110
Ruggedized Small Channel Count Switch Module
114
Flexible Small Channel Count Switch Module
118
Custom Switch Assembly
124
Switch Selection Guide
Bench-top / Rackmount Switches - SB, SC and SCG series
The SB, SC and SCG series of programmable opto-mechanical switches are designed to connect
multiple fiber optic input channels to any of N output channels. In the SB series of switches, the
number of input channels can go up to 2 and number of output channels up to 48. For the SC series,
up to 4 input channels can be accommodated, with up to 90 outputs on a 3U SC and up to 180
outputs on a 6U SC. The SCG series of switches allows up to 45 input channels to be switches
simultaneously (single command, no inter-channel lag-time) maintaining very low insertion loss
and PDL. The unique design of the SCG switches allows replacement of multiple switching elements
in a test and measurement set up with a single switching element while maintaining low losses.
All the switches in these series are available in there different configurations (D, E and F), making them
the most flexible switch platform with superior performance in the market. The performance,
configuration and customization flexibility, and portable enclosure of these switches are suitable for a
wide range of applications, including fiber optic component and system testing, remote fiber sensing
and monitoring, R&D measurements applications, and other specialty applications in
telecommunications, military, and fiber sensing. These series of switches are well known in the market
for their very high levels of repeatability and very low optical losses, making them ideal for repeatable
precision device testing. Single-mode and multimode versions of the switches are available.
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2 X N Compact Matrix Switch Module - SMM series
The SMM series switch is a compact 2 x N matrix switches module utilizing newly-developed actuator
mechanics. The unique design of this switch allows for a very small 2 x N matrix with up to 28 output
ports with either full-matrix or semi-matrix connection capability. Each SMM module is capable of
housing two independent 2 x 28 optical matrix units, which can be custom-integrated with additional
switching to build up larger 2 x N assemblies (N up to 120 channels) in a compact footprint. The SMM
series of switches is the first compact matrix to offer very short and low-loss optical signal paths,
absolute position encoders, and latching actuators capable of supporting both single-mode and
multimode optics. The SMM modules are ideal for a wide range of sensing and monitoring
applications, as well as matrix modules to be integrated into a custom portable test instrument.
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Programmable Matrix Switch and Reconfigurable Matrix Switch - SG and SGRM series
The SG and SGRM series of switches are flexible rackmountable cross-connect switches, based on
the proven opto-mechanical switching technology of JDS Uniphase. True non-blocking optical
matrix arrangement in these switches allows for unprecedented signal routing, with large channel
counts (32 x 32 or 16 x 48) while maintaining very low losses during both power-on and power-off
states (latching optics). Their extensive cross-connection capability makes them suitable for a broad
range of applications, ranging from general-purpose testing in labs to automated multi-port optical
device testing and characterization. The SG series provides a traditional M-input to N-output nonblocking connection capability, whereas the SGRM series of re-configurable matrix switches allows
for virtually unlimited any-to-any port connection. Additionally, the SGRM can be user-configured
to function as a traditional cross-connect matrix, minimizing test equipment duplication and
expenditure. Al the switches in these series are available in Single-mode and multimode. Optional
redundant/dual-line power supplies for special applications are also available.
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Switch Selection Guide
Ultra low loss Matrix Switch - Polatis Switch series
JDSU Uniphase is the worldwide distributor of the new ultra low loss matrix switch from Polatis
Ltd. Polatis switch series is a range of fully non-blocking optical switch units based ion patented
Micro-Actuation and Sensing System (MASS) technology. The switches ate available in both
asymmetric and symmetric formats ranging from 4 to 32 in steps of 4. This series of switches are
also available in reconfigurable, single-mode and multi-mode (up to 16 x 16 at present) versions.
The ultra-low insertion loss, low PDL, fast switching speed, excellent repeatability, protocol and bit
rate independent, dither free alignment and high security, makes this switch ideal for applications
ranging from test and measurement, RF over fiber switching, automated patch panel, video
distribution, captive office automation, high power laser source switching, etc. This series of
switches is available in both 1U/2U tray and module formats.
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Large Channel Count Switch Module - SKB series
The SKB 1 x N controllable switch module controls up to four independent 1 x N optical switches,
with configurations of up to 100 channels. Small and rugged, the switch is designed to be used in
embedded applications. It is available in single-mode and multimode versions and has several
features that reduce installation and support efforts. The switch offers low insertion loss, optional
latching actuators, and is independent of data format and direction. The individual modules can
be set up in configurations ranging from Quad 1 x 24 to Single 1 x 100, making them well-suited
for RFTS installations, remote sensing and monitoring, medical research labs, and as OEM-type
switches specified by system integrators. SKB series of switches have a lifetime of 120 million cycles.
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Small Channel Count Switch Module - SW series
The SW series in a very compact and easy-to-interface optical switch family that currently provides
four types of single-actuator switches: 1 x 1, 1 x 2, 2 x 2 crossover, and 2 x 2 bypass. These compact
switches - available in both single-mode and multimode fiber variants - are ideally suited as
additional routing switches in support of larger testing and monitoring installations. Their small
size and fast switching times make them an ideally simple and transparent solution for beamblocking of transmitters/lasers, switching in and out passive elements such as attenuator pads or
bandpass filters, or in setting up automated bidirectional testing (where only one source and one
power meter are available, but device tests need to be done in two opposite directions).
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Rugged Small Channel Count Switch module- SR series
The SR series switches uses a simple yet very rugged actuating mechanism that is able to withstand
use in a wide temperature range, and is, therefore, suited to seldom-accessed installations that may
expose the unit to exceedingly cold temperatures. The single-actuator units are available in several
optical configurations (1 x 1, 1 x 2, 2 x 2, dual 1 x 2, and dual 2 x 2) and in both single-mode and
multimode fibers. They are very well suited to optical signal routing, fiber network configuration
and restoration, as well as OEM-style installations as part of a portable test jig.
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Flexible Small Channel Count Switch module - SQ series
The SQ switch is ideal for applications requiring high optical performance in latching or nonlatching applications. The full feature set and large number of optical configurations available in a
common package and interface make it ideal for a wide spectrum of applications, ranging from
OEM-style installations in portable and modular test sets, to remote sensing and monitoring
installations. The units are available with up to 8 channels, with several variants available with dual
inputs, all contained in one foot print. The SQ series of switches are the only units in the market
having TTL and parallel compatible drive modes with no change in specifications. The SQ is also
unique in that it is capable of being operated in either latching or non-latching modes, either being
user-selectable with no DIP switches or reprogramming of the unit.
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Custom Switch Assembly - SA Series
The SA series of switch assemblies typically contain a combination of relay, precision stepper motor
optical switches, splitters and attenuators. Direct-drive lines can be pre-configured to operate in
groups, providing individual switch control. The SA unit is designed to connect fiber optic input
channels to any of N output channels, in a wide variety of configurations. A unique, easy-to-use
local and remote user interface provides simple control of the technology.
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Benchtop/Rackmount Programmable Switches
SB/SC/SCG Series
Key Features
SB and SC series
• SB series can accommodate up to 48
channels and offer up to two input channels
• SC series can accommodate up to 180
channels and offer up to four input channels
• Low IL, 0.4 dB typical
• Excellent repeatability, 0.003 dB typical
• High return loss (RL) > 65 dB typical
• GPIB and RS-232 remote control
SCG series
• Offer up to 45 input channels and 90 output channels
• Mass input reconfiguration possible
• Low IL, 0.5 dB typical for D configuration
• High RL, > 65 dB typical
• Excellent repeatability, 0.005 dB typical
• Replaces multiple switch elements with one switch
instrument
Applications
• Fiberoptic component testing and
measurement
• System testing
• Research and development (R&D)
• Mass reconfiguration of large numbers
of inputs/outputs with SCG series
(D configuration)
• Connection of multiple wavelength sources
to any one of a number of devices with
SCG series (F configuration)
• Network monitoring
Safety Information
Complies to CE requirements plus UL3101-1
and CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 1010.1
The JDS Uniphase SB, SC, and SCG series of Benchtop/Rackmount Programmable
Switches can be controlled using the front panel keys and a numeric pad or via
GPIB and serial RS-232 interface. The SCG series ganged input switches allow a
single switch instrument to replace multiple switch elements while maintaining
low loss. In this series of switches, the inputs are ganged together in a particular
sequence and are thus able to offer three different modes of operation.
The SB and SC series switches are available in four basic configurations:
• C configuration - is a single common input model
• D configuration - provides simultaneous connection of a bank of input
fibers to output fibers
• E configuration - allows any input to be connected to any output while
other inputs/outputs are aligned to subsequent/adjacent channels. The
switch is non-blocking in this mode and other inputs/outputs are aligned
• F configuration - enables one of the inputs to be aligned with an output in a
blocking sense, with a result in reduction of available output channels and a
low-loss M x N blocking switch.
Operation of these switches is based upon JDS Uniphase's proven expanded
beam lens technology, which utilizes a precision stepper-motor to align optical
channels. The use of collimating lenses minimizes insertion loss (IL) and
improves repeatability and performance. Internal temperature control of the
switching mechanism ensures excellent operational stability.
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Continued
Both single-mode (SM) and multimode (MM) versions of the SB, SC, and SCG
series switches are available. The series features the high level of performance
required for multi-unit testing in R&D and in manufacturing environments.
The compact, portable SB switch and the standard rackmount enclosure SC
and SCG switches are highly suited for applications in telecommunications,
manufacturing, and test environments.
JDS Uniphase's SB and SC switches are known in the fiberoptic industry for
their low IL and excellent repeatability. In addition to the many standard
options available, we also customize switches in this series to meet your specific
application needs.
1-1
1-2
1-3
R
R
R
1
2
3
4
.
.
C
1A
1B
2A
2B
3A
3B
4A
4B
.
.
.
.
.
.
N/2A
N/2B
A
B
N
.
.
1-M/N
2-1
2-2
2-3
1
.
.
2-M/N
M-1
M-2
M-3
.
.
.
M-M/N
2
3
4
5
.
.
M
SB/SC
C Configur ation (SB and SC)
The 1xN configur ation allows a sing le common input
to be sw itched to any of the outputs.
SCG
D Configur ation (SB/SC/SCG)
The MxN configur ation al lows for mass reconfigur ation
of optical paths. It prov ides simultaneous connec tions of
a bank of inputs to outputs.
R
R
R
R
A
B
C
D
R
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
N
E Configur ation (SB/SC/SCG)
The MxN configur ation alig ns any input w ith
any output, w hile other inputs are alig ned to
adjacent outputs.
R
R
R
A
B
.
.
1
2
M
N
F Configur ation (SB/SC/SCG)
The MxN configur ation allows any one of a bank
of inputs to connec t w ith any output w ith no
other connections occur r ing .
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Specifications - SB Model
Parameter1
Insertion loss (IL)
Single-mode (SM)
Multimode (MM)
Return loss (RL)2
SM standard/analog
MM4 standard/analog
Polarization dependent loss (PDL) SM
IL stability5
Repeatability6
sequential switching
random switching
Crosstalk (maximum) SM
Maximum input power (optical)
Lifetime
Switching time one channel
each additional channel
Power supply
Power consumption
Control
Drivers for external switch modules
Operation temperature
Storage temperature
Humidity
Dimensions (W x H x D)
with rackmount kit (optional)7
Weight
Single Common
C Configuration
Typical Maximum
Multiple Common
D Configuration
Typical Maximum
Multiple Common
E and F Configurations
Typical Maximum
0.4 dB
0.4 dB
0.7 dB
0.7 dB
0.4 dB
0.4 dB
0.7 dB
0.7 dB
0.5 dB
0.5 dB
1.0 dB
1.0 dB
≥ 65 dB
25/35 dB
0.02 dB
± 0.03 dB
60/65 dB
20/30 dB
0.05 dB
± 0.05 dB
≥ 65 dB
25/35 dB3
0.02 dB
± 0.03 dB
60/65 dB3
20/30 dB3
0.05 dB
± 0.05 dB
65 dB
> 25 dB
0.03 dB
± 0.03 dB
60 dB
20 dB
0.07 dB
± 0.05 dB
± 0.003 dB ± 0.005 dB
± 0.01 dB ± 0.025 dB
± 0.005 dB ± 0.01 dB
± 0.005 dB ± 0.01 dB
± 0.02 dB ± 0.04 dB
± 0.02 dB ± 0.04 dB
- 80 dB
300 mW
> 80 million cycles
300 ms
12 ms
100 to 240 V, 50 to 60 Hz
100 V A maximum
local and remote via GPIB and serial RS-232 interfaces
four open collector drivers with maximum 100 mA sink current
0 to 55 °C
- 40 to 70 °C
maximum 95 % RH from 0 to 55 °C non-condensing
21.2 x 8.9 x 35.5 cm
48.3 x 8.9 x 35.5 cm
3.75 kg
1. Excluding connectors. All optical measurements taken after temperature has been stabilized for one hour, at ambient (room) conditions.
2. RL specification based on 1 m pigtail length.
3. Analog version available on one and two input SB model switches (C and D configurations).
4. Values shown for 62.5 µm diameter maximum fiber core.
5. Drift of any channel relative to reference channel at ± 3 °C deviation of ambient temperature over a seven-day period.
6. Measured between two consecutive readings over 100 cycles.
7. ED000899-A-00 standard rackmount kit, ED000899-A-01 Japan rackmount kit. Requires two kits to mount two units side-by-side.
Please specify part number when ordering (if needed).
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Specifications - SC and SCG Models
Parameter1
Single Common
Multiple Common
C Configuration (SC model only) D Configuration
Typical Maximum
Typical Maximum
Multiple Common
E and F Configurations
Typical Maximum
IL
SM
SC with 3 and 4 inputs and SCG models
MM
SC with 3 and 4 inputs and SCG models
0.4 dB
0.7 dB
0.4 dB
0.7 dB
≥ 65 dB
60/65 dB
20/30 dB
0.05 dB
± 0.05 dB
0.4 dB
0.5 dB
0.4 dB
0.5 dB
0.7 dB
1.0 dB
0.7 dB
1.0 dB
0.5 dB
0.7 dB
0.5 dB
0.7 dB
1.0 dB
1.5 dB
1.0 dB
1.5 dB
60/65 dB3
20/30 dB3
0.05 dB
± 0.05 dB
≥ 65 dB
> 25 dB
0.03 dB
± 0.03 dB
60 dB
20 dB
0.07 dB
± 0.05 dB
± 0.005 dB ± 0.01 dB
± 0.005 dB
± 0.02 dB ± 0.04 dB
± 0.02 dB
- 80 dB
300 mW
> 80 million cycles (> 10 million cycles on SCG)
± 0.01 dB
± 0.04 dB
RL2
SM standard/analog
MM4 standard/analog
PDL SM
IL stability5
Repeatability
sequential switching
random switching
Crosstalk (maximum) SM
Maximum input power (optical)
Lifetime
Switching time
one channel (SCG model)
each additional channel (SCG model)
Power supply
Power consumption
Control
Drivers for external switch modules
Operation temperature
Storage temperature
Humidity
Dimensions (W x H x D) single (double height6)
Weight single (double height6)
25/35 dB
0.02 dB
± 0.03 dB
≥ 65 dB
25/35 dB
0.02 dB
± 0.03 dB
3
± 0.003 dB ± 0.005 dB
± 0.01 dB ± 0.025 dB
300 ms (420 ms)
12 ms (20 ms)
100 to 240 V, 50 to 60 Hz
100 V A maximum
local and remote via GPIB and serial RS-232 interfaces
four open collector drivers with maximum 100 mA sink current
0 to 55 °C
- 40 to 70 °C
maximum 95 % RH from 0 to 55 °C non-condensing
48 x 13 x 37 cm (48 x 26.6 x 37 cm) excluding handles
9 kg (14 kg)
1. Excluding connectors. All optical measurements taken after temperature has been stabilized for one hour, at ambient (room) conditions.
2. RL specification based on 1 m pigtail length.
3. Analog version available on one and two input SC model switches (C and D configurations).
4. Values shown for 62.5 µm diameter maximum fiber core.
5. Drift of any channel relative to reference channel at ± 3 °C deviation of ambient temperature over a seven-day period.
6. Applies to SC model only.
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The following table lists the current configurations that are supported for the SC
switch. For information regarding other configurations, contact your JDS
Uniphase representative.
84
85
...
...
...
...
6U CHASSIS
180
180
180
180
120
11
...
80
84
13
84
85
84
85
44
45
26
27
20
21
...
...
84
87
N/A
...
...
84
86
N/A
20
21
...
...
84
85
45
45
...
...
3U CHASSIS
N/A
4xN
...
...
45
N/A
F
3xN
2xN
2
...
44
44
45
4xN
...
N/A
E
3xN
...
N/A
2xN
2
...
44
46
4xN
...
48
49
D
3xN
...
2U BENCHTOP
...
2xN
4
...
C
1x N
2
...
SB/SC Switch Configuration
120
120
80
52
40
The following table lists configurations on the SCG switch. For information
regarding other configurations, contact your JDS Uniphase representative.
SCG Switch Configuration
...
...
...
...
...
...
E Configuration
F Configuration
D Configuration
6 x N 10 x N 16 x N 20 x N 26 x N 34 x N 45 x N Up to 45x45, or 6x84 6 x N 8 x N 11 x N 13 x N
6
10
16
20
26
34
45
6
6
6
6
Contact JDSU for
52
68
90 testing requirements
7
90
90
80
80
78
14
10
Configuration Restrictions
D: Up to 45 x 90 such that 'number of outputs' [N] is divisible by 'number of inputs' [M]
E: Up to 45 inputs [M] and up to 84 outputs [N], such that M + N is not more than 90
F: Up to 13 inputs [M] and up to 14 outputs [N], such that M x (N + 1) is not more than 93
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Dimensions (SB Model)
3.23
(82)
8.35
(212)
12.74
(324)
13.78
(350)
1.75
(44)
19.00
(483)
18.32
(465)
3.50
(89)
1.75
(44)
3.47
(88)
1.97
(50)
3.47
(88)
.28 (7.1)
4PLS
.40 (10)
TYP
18.90
(480)
18.27
(464)
.44 (11)
TYP
.28 (7.1)
4PLS
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Sample: SB2E10141+27XF000FP
SB
+ 2
Code
1
4
Code
1C
2D
2E
2F
Input Port Type1
Bulkheads on front
Pigtails on back
Number of Input Channels
1 input channel, C config.
2 input channels, D config.
2 input channels, E config.
2 input channels, F config.
Code
1
4
Code
001
. .
020
.
024
.
048
Output Port Type1
Bulkheads on front
Pigtails on back
Code
X
A
B
Number of Output Channels
1 output channel
20 output channels
.
24 output channels
.
48 output channels
1. Bulkheads and pigtails cannot be mixed in the same panel unless custom ordered.
2. For reverse direction, use bidirectional.
C
Code
7
1
2
4
Return Loss
Standard
Analog
Bidirectional,
standard RL2
Bidirectional
analog RL2
Code
FP
FA
SC
SU
NC
Fiber Type (µm)
9/125
50/125
62.5/125
100/140
Code
F
Q
B
Code
001
003
009
000
Connector Type
FC/PC (bulkhead maximum 24)
FC/APC (bulkhead maximum 24)
SC/PC (bulkhead maximum 24)
SC/APC (bulkhead maximum 24)
No connector
Cable Length (3mm diameter)
1m
3m
9m
Not applicable (bulkheads only)
Wavelength Range (nm)
1270 to 1670
850 to 1350 (MM only)
750 to 940 (MM only)
Bulkhead Limits
Bulkhead Type
FC/PC
FC/APC
SC/PC
SC/APC
Max Count
(Including Commons)
24
24
24
24
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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Sample: SC2D30043+22XB009FP
SC
+ 2
Code
1
2
3
4
Input Port Type1
Bulkheads on front
Bulkheads on back
Pigtails on front
Pigtails on back
Code
1
2
3
4
Output Port Type1
Bulkheads on front
Bulkheads on back
Pigtails on front
Pigtails on back
Code
X
A
B
C
Code
1C
2D
2E
2F
3D
3E
3F
4D
4E
4F
Number of Input Channels
1 input channel, C config.
2 input channels, D config.
2 input channels, E config.
2 input channels, F config.
3 input channels, D config.
3 input channels, E config.
3 input channels, F config.
4 input channels, D config.
4 input channels, E config.
4 input channels, F config.
Code
001
. .
084
. .
180
Return Loss
Standard
Analog
Bidirectional,
standard RL2
Bidirectional
analog RL2
Number of Output Channels2
1 output channel
84 output channels
180 output channels
1. Bulkheads and pigtails cannot be mixed in the same panel unless custom ordered.
Code
7
1
2
4
Fiber Type (µm)
9/125
50/125
62.5/125
100/140
Code
F
Q
B
Code
FP
FA
SC
SU
NC
Code
001
003
009
000
Connector Type
FC/PC (bulkheads maximum 60/120)
FC/APC (bulkheads maximum 60/120)
SC/PC (bulkheads maximum 60/120)
SC/APC (bulkheads maximum 60/120)
No connector
Cable Length (3mm diameter)
1m
3m
9m
Not applicable (bulkheads only)
Wavelength Range (nm)
1270 to1670
850 to 1350 (MM only)
750 to 940 (MM only)
2. Single height: 84 output channel maximum. Double height: 180 output channel
maximum.
3. For reverse direction, use bidirectional.
Bulkhead Limits
Bulkhead Type
FC/PC
FC/APC
SC/PC
SC/APC
Max Count (Including Commons)
3U
6U
60
120
60
120
60
120
60
120
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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For more information on this or other products and their availability, please contact your local JDS Uniphase account manager or
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Sample: SCG06D20241+27XF000FP
SCG
+ 2
Code
D
E
F
Code
05
.
08
.
16
.
45
Configuration
D configuration
E configuration
F configuration
Number of Output
Channels2
5 input channels
.
8 input channels
.
16 input channels
.
45 input channels
Code
1
2
4
Code
005
.
048
.
072
.
090
Code
7
1
2
4
Number of Output
Channels2
5 output channels
.
48 output channels
.
72 output channels
.
90 output channels
Code
1
2
4
Code
X
B
Output Port Type
Bulkheads on front2
Bulkheads on back2
Pigtails on back
Fiber Type (µm)
9/125
50/125
62.5/125
100/140
Code
001
003
009
000
Return Loss
Standard
Bidirectional,
standard RL3
1
Code
F
Q
B
Wavelength Range (nm)
1270 to 1670
850 to 1350 (MM only)
750 to 940 (MM only)
Cable Length
(3mm diameter)
1m
3m
9m
Not applicable
(bulkheads only)
Code
FP
FA
SC
SU
NC
Connector Type
FC/PC (maximum 60)
FC/APC (maximum 60)
SC/PC (maximum 60)
SC/APC (maximum 60)
No connector
Input Port Type1
Bulkheads on front2
Bulkheads on back2
Pigtails on back
1. The inputs and outputs must exit on opposite sides. (For example, if
inputs exit from the front, then the outputs must exit from the rear.)
2. For exact layout of bulkheads and labeling, contact JDS Uniphase.
3. For reverse direction, use bidirectional.
Bulkhead Limits
Bulkhead Type
FC/PC
FC/APC
SC/PC
SC/APC
Max Count (Including Commons)
60
60
60
60
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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2 x N Compact Switch Matrix Module
SMM Series
Key Features
• High optical performance
• High repeatability
• Latching
• Absolute position feedback
• Off position (optional)
• Status feedback
• Compact size
• Semi-blocking for lower insertion loss IL and
cross-connect limitations
Special Options • Fully non-blocking for unlimited
cross-connection functionality
(signal may be interrupted on both
inputs while switching)
Applications
• OEM Applications
• Incorporation into customized switch
assemblies
• Network monitoring and testing
• Sensor switching
• Source/detection selection
• Research and development (R&D)
Configurations
• 2 x 4, 2 x 8, 2 x 12, 2 x 16, 2 x 20, 2 x 24
• Dual configuration (2 of 2 X N’s in one
module)
• Single-mode (SM) or Multimode (MM) fiber
• 900 µm buffered fiber
• Semi-blocking (standard) or non-blocking
(special option)
The SMM series fiberoptic matrix switch is ideal for applications requiring an
optically passive switch (transparent to signal format) providing high optical
performance and bidirectional signal capability in a small form factor. The
switch is latching with absolute position feedback.
The full feature set makes it ideal for a wide spectrum of applications.
The switch connects to two common channels to any of the N (up to 24) output
channels in a non-blocking manner. Both single-mode (SM) and multimode
(MM) versions are available by special order.
The operation of the switch is based on proven JDS Uniphase expanded beam
lens technology utilizing precision stepper motors to align optical channels. The
use of collimating lenses minimizes insertion loss (IL). The design is optimized
for high return loss (RL).
The switch is microprocessor controlled via an addressable serial interface
(RS-485), and is designed for mounting on a printed circuit board or within a
module.
Safety Information
• Complies with GR-1073
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Specifications
Parameter
Insertion loss (IL)
1,2
Return loss (RL)
Polarization dependent loss (PDL)
IL stability (24 hours)
Change in IL during power on/off cycle
Crosstalk (maximum)
Maximum input power (optical)
Switching time (first channel/each additional channel)
Lifetime
Interface
Operating voltage
Power consumption
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Humidity
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Weight
3
4
Specification
< 1.0 dB max semi-blocking
< 1.5 dB max fully non-blocking (contact factory for option)
> 55 dB
< 0.1 dB
< ± 0.06 dB
< ± 0.1 dB
- 70 dB
300 mW continuous
25/15 ms
> 10 million switching cycles
serial interface (RS-485)
12 ± 0.6 V DC
10W maximum
- 35 °C to 75 °C
- 40 °C to 85 °C
maximum 95 % RH from - 35 °C to 75 °C, non-condensing
127.0 x 50.8 x 203.2 mm/5 x 2 x 8 inches
1.3 kg
1. All specifications referenced without connectors.
2. All optical measurements taken after temperature has been stabilized for one hour.
3. Return loss specification based on 1 m pigtail length.
4. Drift of any channel relative to reference channel at ± 3 °C deviation of ambient temperature over 24-hour period.
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Ordering Information
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JDS Uniphase directly at 1-800-498-JDSU (5378) in North America and +800-5378-JDSU worldwide or via e-mail at [email protected]
Sample: SMM12C024S+1A7F2FSU
SMM
Code
1
2
2
Number of
Independent
Switches
1 switch
2 switches
S
Code
S
Code
003
...
024
Optional Testing
Standard (forward) 2 X N
Bidirectional
Number of Output Channels
(Per Independent Switch)
3 output channels
...
24 output channels
1 A 7 F
Features
Semi-blocking
Code
A
Code
C
B
+
Code
Voltage and
Data Interface
12 V with DB9 connector
Code
7
Code
F
1
2
3
F
Pigtail
Type
1m
2m
3m
Fiber Type
9/125
Code
F
Code
FP
FA
SC
SU
LC
NC
Connector Type
FC /PC
FC/APC
SC/PC
SC/APC
LC/PC
no connector
Pigtail Type
0.9 mm tight buffer fiber
Wavelength Range (nm)
1270 to 1670
All statements, technical information and recommendations related to the products herein are based upon information believed to be
reliable or accurate. However, the accuracy or completeness thereof is not guaranteed, and no responsibility is assumed for any
inaccuracies. The user assumes all risks and liability whatsoever in connection with the use of a product or its application. JDS Uniphase
reserves the right to change at any time without notice the design, specifications, function, fit or form of its products described herein,
including withdrawal at any time of a product offered for sale herein. JDS Uniphase makes no representations that the products
herein are free from any intellectual property claims of others. Please contact JDS Uniphase for more information. JDS Uniphase and
the JDS Uniphase logo are trademarks of JDS Uniphase Corporation. Other trademarks are the property of their respective holders.
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Programmable Matrix Switch
and Reconfigurable Matrix Switch
SG and SGRM Series
Key Features
of SG Series
• Up to 64 total inputs and outputs (32 x 32, 28 x 36, etc.)
• Latching optical connections
• Low IL over operating range
• Broad wavelength operation
• High reliability
• RS-232 and GPIB remote control
• Local keypad control on 3U chassis
Applications of SG series
Programmable Matrix Switch - SG Series
• Reconfiguration and restoration of broadband
fiber networks
• Data communication and multimedia
networks
• Research and development (R&D)
The JDS Uniphase Programmable Matrix Switch is a non-blocking, compact,
rackmountable instrument providing reliable switching operations. The design
allows the user to connect any input to any output without breaking other
existing connections. Standard asymmetrical (4 x 8, 8 x 12, up to 28 x 36) and
symmetrical (8 x 8, 16 x 16, up to 32 x 32) configurations are offered for a broad
range of applications in standard single-mode (SM) and multimode (MM)
fibers.
Safety Information
Complies to CE requirements plus UL3101-1
and CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 1010.1
M x N M at r i x
1
1
2
2
M
N
SG Sw itch Configur ation
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The operation of the matrix switch is based on the proven expanded beam
technology, utilizing precision stepper-motors to align optical channels. This
feature results in excellent repeatability and stability. The use of collimating
lenses minimizes insertion loss (IL) and enhances performance of the switches.
Optical signal stability over time is assured through the latching feature.
Connections within the matrix switch change no more than 1 dB if there is a
power interruption. At power up, the switch does not reconfigure until
commanded to do so.
For reliability, two power supply options are available. A highly reliable
integrated module is standard. As an option, a dual redundant, hot-swappable
power supply is available as a separate rackmounted addition. Other options
include an installation kit with rack slide set and rack extenders for a 24 inch
(60.96 cm) rack.
Control of the device can be implemented remotely via a GPIB or an RS-232
interface. A LabVIEW driver is provided in order to control and monitor
connection "status and switch" operations.
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PROGRAMMABLE MATRIX SWITCH
AND RECONFIGURABLE MATRIX SWITCH
Key Features
of SGRM
Series
• Up to 48 ports with broad wavelength operation
• Protocol-independent all-optical signal path
• True non-blocking any-port-to-any-port connectivity
• Instrumentation-grade optics
• Latching operation
• Remote GPIB/RS-232 control
• Local keypad control on 3U chassis
Applications of SGRM series
Reconfigurable Matrix Switch - SGRM Series
• Transceiver testing racks
• Reconfiguration of fiber networks
• Research and development (R&D) labs
The SGRM series optical matrix switch is ideal for applications in which a
traditional M x N port split is either unknown or may change as the system
changes. In traditional switches, the number of input ports and number of
output ports are known and fixed, and the resulting connectivity is of an "input
port" to "output port" nature. In the SGRM series switch, the only variable is the
total number of ports, which can then be dynamically allocated as input ports
or output ports or as combination input/output ports (such as a transceiver).
This architecture allows for a 16-port switch to function as any of a number of
matrices, ranging from a 2 x 14 matrix up to an 8 x 8 matrix with no hardware
or electrical changes.
Safety Information
Complies to CE requirements plus UL3101-1
and CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 1010.1
Configurations
• Up to 16 ports in 3U chassis, functions
as 2 x 14 to 8 x 8
• Up to 32 ports in 7U chassis, functions
as 2 x 30 to 16 x 16
• Up to 48 ports in 14U chassis, functions
as 2 x 46 to 24 x 24
The SGRM reconfigurable matrix switch is built using instrumentation-grade
stepper-motors for high optical performance and long-term stability. Units are
rackmountable with latching optics, direct front-panel keypad control (on 3U
only), as well as remote GPIB/RS-232 interface ports. The SGRM is available in
sizes up to 48 channels in standard 3U, 7U and 14U chassis.
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AND RECONFIGURABLE MATRIX SWITCH
Continued
Sample SGRM Configuration
Any single port (1-8) can connect to any other port directly. For example, used
as a 2 x 6 matrix, ports 1 and 2 can be thought of as 'inputs', with ports 3 to 8
as 'outputs'. However, a connection from port 1 to port 2 (both 'inputs' in the
example) is still possible at all times. Thus, using an N-port SGRM switch does
not require any type of reprogramming or rearrangement to switch from use as
a 2 x M or A x B. The transition is seamless.
1
8
2
7
3
4
6
5
8-Por t Mat r ix Configur ation
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AND RECONFIGURABLE MATRIX SWITCH
Specifications
Parameter1
Insertion loss (IL)2
Single-mode (SM)
Multimode (MM)
Return loss (RL)3
SM
MM
Polarization dependent loss (PDL) SM
IL stability
IL change on power off
Repeatability4
Crosstalk (maximum) SM
Input power (optical)
Lifetime
Switching time single-channel increments
average connection
Input power consumption
Operating power
Control
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Humidity
Dimensions (W x H x D)
3U (19-inch rackmount)
7U (19-inch rackmount)
14U (19-inch rackmount)
Weight
Typical
Maximum
1.0 dB
1.0 dB
1.8 dB
1.8 dB
60 dB
25 dB
0.03 dB
± 0.1 dB
0.5 dB
± 0.04 dB
55 dB
20 dB
0.07 dB
± 0.2 dB
1.0 dB
± 0.05 dB
- 80 dB
300 mW continuous
>10 million cycles
120 ms
225 ms
500 V A maximum
100 to 240 V AC, 50 to 60 Hz
remote via GPIB and RS-232 interfaces
0 to 50 °C
- 40 to 70 °C
maximum 95 % RH from 0 to 50 °C non-condensing
48 x 13 x 38 cm
48 x 31 x 61 cm
48 x 62 x 61 cm
15 kg (3U), 45 kg (7U), 75 kg (14U)
1. All optical measurements taken after temperature has been stabilized for one hour, at ambient (room) conditions.
2. All specifications referenced without connectors.
3. RL specifications based on 1 m pigtail length.
4. Measured between two consecutive readings over 100 cycles.
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Sample: SG07142+27F000SC
SG
Code
02
.
16
.
48
RM
+ 2
Number of Ports
2 channels
.
16 channels
.
48 channels
Reconfigurable
Code
7
1
2
4
Fiber Type (µm)
9/125
50/125
62.5/125
100/140
Code
Code
02
.
16
.
48
Number of Ports
2 channels
.
16 channels
.
48 channels
Code
1
2
3
4
F
Q
B
Code
001
003
005
009
000
Wavelength
Range (nm)
1270 to 1670
850 to 1350 (MM only)
750 to 940 (MM only)
Cable Length
(3mm diameter)
1m
3m
5m
9m
Not applicable
(bulkheads only)
Code
FP
FA
SC
SU
NC
Connector Type
FC/PC
FC/APC
SC/PC
SC/APC
No connector
In/Output Port Type1
Bulkheads on front
(3U chassis only)
Bulkheads on back
Pigtails on front (3U chassis only)
Pigtails on back (3 mm cable)
1. 3 U height up to 8 x 8 ports.
7 U height up to 16 x 16 ports.
14 U height up to 32 x 32 ports.
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.
UL is a registered trademark of Underwriters Laboratories Inc.
All statements, technical information and recommendations related to the products herein are based upon information believed to be
reliable or accurate. However, the accuracy or completeness thereof is not guaranteed, and no responsibility is assumed for any
inaccuracies. The user assumes all risks and liability whatsoever in connection with the use of a product or its application. JDS Uniphase
reserves the right to change at any time without notice the design, specifications, function, fit or form of its products described herein,
including withdrawal at any time of a product offered for sale herein. JDS Uniphase makes no representations that the products
herein are free from any intellectual property claims of others. Please contact JDS Uniphase for more information. JDS Uniphase and
the JDS Uniphase logo are trademarks of JDS Uniphase Corporation. Other trademarks are the property of their respective holders.
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Optical Switch Module
OSM
Optical Switch Module OSM
The Polatis OSM family is a range of fully non-blocking
optical switch modules designed for OEM integration.
Excellent repeatability and optical performance are
achieved for both single mode and multimode fibre
variants using Polatis direct beam steering technology.
Switches are available in both symmetric (NxN) and
asymmetric (NxM) formats, with (N and M) fibre
counts ranging from 4 through to 32 in increments
of 4 for single mode products. Multimode switches
are currently available with fibre counts up to 16x16.
Polatis also offer Reconfigurable switch modules,
allowing the user to create any matrix shape within the
total fibre count. Reconfigurable switch dimensions
currently range from 8 through to 32 fibers.
The modules are supplied in a compact package
incorporating all required drive and control electronics.
Technology Platform
The Polatis photonic switches are based on
patented Micro-Actuation and Sensing System
(MASS) technology.
All Polatis switches provide ultra-low loss connections
through a direct beam steering architecture that points
input and output fibers at each other.
KEY FEATURES
APPLICATIONS
• Ultra-low insertion loss
• Low Polarisation Dependent Loss
• Fast switching speed
• Excellent repeatability
• High power handling
• Operates with dark or lit fibre
• Fully non-blocking
• Bi-directional operation
• Protocol and bit rate independent
• Easy to integrate
• 5V, 12V operation
•High Speed Parallel or RS232 interface
• Simple control protocol
• Multimode fibre options
• Reconfigurable switch variants
• OEM system integration
• Hybrid OO/OEO switches
• ROADM
• Optical bypass
• Fibre switching
• Protection switching
• Instrumentation grade switching
•Test and measurement
• RF over fibre
• Secure networks
•Automated optical component test
• High power laser source switching
• Reconfigurable patch panels
High performance optical switch solutions
PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATIONS
Single Mode Fibre
C1
D1
04
08
12
16
20
24
28
32
04
C
C
C
C
D
D
D
D
08
C
C
C
C
D
D
D
D
12
C
C
C
C
D
D
D
D
Insertion Loss @ 1550nm
<1.0dB4
Repeatability3
<0.1dB
16
C
C
C
C
D
D
D
D
W avelength Dependent Loss
(1260-1675nm)
<0.3dB
20
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
24
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
Polarisation Dependent Loss
<0.05dB
28
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
32
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
CC*
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
Return Loss
<1.3dB 2,4
Fibre
Count
<0.1dB
>55dB
Crosstalk
<-70dB
Switching Time2
<15ms
<-60dB
*CC = Reconfigurable
C 1,6
Multimode Fibre
Fibre Type
50/125µm
62.5/125µm
Insertion Loss @ 1310nm
<1.7dB
<2.0dB
Insertion Loss @ 850nm
<2.2dB
<2.5dB
Repeatability
<0.1dB
Packaging Information
Fibre Count
Total
4-32
36-64
Environmental
Module
Dimensions (mm)
Normal
280
189
57
Extended
Normal
Extended
260
310
285
169
230
300
38
120
110
Return Loss
>40dB
Crosstalk
<-50dB
Ordering Information
Switching Time2
<15ms
The product numbering scheme is as follows:
O S M
Environmental
Maximum Optical Power5
+27dBm
Switch Lifetime
108 Cycles
4-32 Input
Operating Temperature
(Normal Environment)
+5 to +45ºC
<85% RH non-condensing
Ports
Operating Temperature
(Extended Environment)
-10 to +60ºC
<90% RH non-condensing
Storage Temperature
(Normal Environment)
-40 to +70ºC
<40% RH non-condensing
F = FC
C = SC
Storage Temperature
(Extended Environment)
-40 to +70ºC
<95% RH non-condensing
Polish
Qualification
(Normal Environment)
Designed to meet
EN60950
Qualification
(Extended Environment)
Designed to meet
Telcordia GR1073,
EN60950
Ports
8-32 Reconfigurable
4-32 Output
CC = Reconfigurable
Connector
L = LC
T = ST
1
All parameters are measured excluding connectors at 1550nm and 20ºC with an
unpolarised source after thermal equalisation unless stated
90% less than specified value and no value more than 10% greater than specified
3
Measured as per Telcordia GR-1073 CORE section 4.2.11
4
Measured using 3 patch-cord method as defined in TIA/EIA-526-14A
5
Switch will operate on dark fibre
6
Multimode switches available up to fibre counts of 16x16
2
U = UPC
P = PC
A = APC
Fibre
1 = Single mode 9/125µm
8 = Multimode 50/125µm graded index 0.20NA
9 = Multimode 62.5/125µm graded index 0.28NA
Interface
R = RS232
P = Parallel & RS232
Protocol
S = SCPI
C = Command Line Interface
Voltage
D = DC
Environmental
N = Normal
E = Extended
PROD-403-01-0
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availability, please contact your local JDSU Uniphase
account manager or JDS Uniphase directly at
1-800-498-JDSU (5378) in North
America
and
+800-5378-JDSU worldwide or via e-mail at
[email protected]
Customisation
S = Standard
V = Non-Standard Variant
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provided for informational purposes only and is subject to change without notice.
Polatis Ltd assumes no liability for actions taken based on information contained herein.
Power
Dissipation
15W
30W
D
Optical Switch Tray
OST
Optical Switch Tray OST
The Polatis OST family is a range of fully non-blocking
optical switch units designed for 19” ANSI and ETSI
rack equipment practice. Excellent repeatability and
optical performance are achieved for both single
mode and multimode fibre variants using Polatis
direct beam steering technology.
Technology Platform
Switches are available in both symmetric (NxN) and
asymmetric (NxM) formats, with (N and M) fibre counts
ranging from 4 through to 32 in increments of 4 for
single mode products. Multimode switches are
currently available with fibre counts up to 16x16.
Polatis also offer Reconfigurable switch trays,
allowing the user to create any matrix shape within the
total fibre count. Reconfigurable switch dimensions
currently range from 8 through to 32 fibers.
The Polatis photonic switches are based on
patented Micro-Actuation and Sensing System
(MASS) technology.
All Polatis switches provide ultra-low loss
connections through a direct beam steering
architecture that points input and output fibers
at each other.
Integrated variable attenuation and optical power
monitoring options are also available.
KEY FEATURES
APPLICATIONS
• Ultra-low insertion loss
• Low Polarisation Dependent Loss
• Fast switching speed
• Excellent repeatability
• High power handling
• Operates with dark or lit fibre
• Fully non-blocking
• Bi-directional operation
• Protocol and bit rate independent
• Easy to integrate
• Ethernet, RS232 or GPIB interface
• Simple control protocol
• Plug and Play operation
• Multimode fibre options
• Reconfigurable switch variants
• Optical network reconfiguration
• Hybrid OO/OEO switches
• Optical bypass
• Fibre switching
• Protection switching
• Instrumentation grade switching
•Test and measurement
• RF over fibre
• Secure networks
•Automated optical component test
• High power laser source switching
• Reconfigurable patch panels
• Video distribution
High performance optical switch solutions
PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATIONS
G1
Single Mode Fibre
H1
04
08
12
16
20
24
28
32
04
G
G
G
G
H
H
H
H
08
G
G
G
G
H
H
H
H
12
G
G
G
G
H
H
H
H
Insertion Loss @ 1550nm
<1.0dB4
Repeatability3
<0.1dB
16
G
G
G
G
H
H
H
H
<0.3dB
20
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
24
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
28
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
32
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
CC*
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
W avelength Dependent Loss
(1260-1675nm)
Polarisation Dependent Loss
<0.05dB
Return Loss
>55dB
Crosstalk
<-70dB
Switching Time2
<15ms
<1.3dB 2,4
Fibre
Count
<0.1dB
<-60dB
*CC = Reconfigurable
G 1,6
Multimode Fibre
Fibre Type
50/125µm
62.5/125µm
Insertion Loss @ 1310nm
<1.7dB
<2.0dB
Insertion Loss @ 850nm
<2.2dB
<2.5dB
Repeatability
<0.1dB
Return Loss
>40dB
Crosstalk
<-50dB
Switching Time2
<15ms
Packaging Information
Fibre Count
Total
4-32
Tray Dimensions
Extended
Environment,
LC Connectors,
Ethernet & RS232
19” rack mount,
1U high
FC, SC or
ST Connectors
GPIB, Ethernet &
RS232
Normal
Environment
Environmental
36-64
5
19” rack mount,
2U high
19” rack mount,
3U high
+27dBm
Switch Lifetime
108 Cycles
Operating Temperature
(Normal Environment)
+10 to +40ºC
<85% RH non-condensing
Operating Temperature
(Extended Environment)
-5 to +55ºC
<90% RH non-condensing
Ports
4-32 Input
8-32 Reconfigurable
Storage Temperature
(Normal Environment)
-40 to +70ºC
<40% RH non-condensing
Ports
4-32 Output
CC = Reconfigurable
Storage Temperature
(Extended Environment)
-40 to +70ºC
<95% RH non-condensing
Qualification
(Normal Environment)
Designed to meet
EN60950
Qualification
(Extended Environment)
Designed to meet
Telcordia GR63 & GR1073,
EN60950
Connector
L = LC
F = FC
C = SC
T = ST
Polish
U = UPC
P = PC
A = APC
Fibre
1 = Single mode 9/125µm
8 = Multimode 50/125µm graded index 0.20NA
9 = Multimode 62.5/125µm graded index 0.28NA
All parameters are measured excluding connectors at 1550nm and 20ºC with an
unpolarised source after thermal equalisation unless stated
90% less than specified value and no value more than 10% greater than specified
3
Measured as per Telcordia GR-1073 CORE section 4.2.11
4
Measured using 3 patch-cord method as defined in TIA/EIA-526-14A
5
Switch will operate on dark fibre
6
Multimode options available up to fibre counts of 16x16
2
FOR MORE INFORMATION
For more information on this or other products and their
availability, please contact your local JDSU Uniphase
account manager or JDS Uniphase directly at
1-800-498-JDSU (5378) in North
America
and
+800-5378-JDSU
worldwide
or
via
e-mail
at
[email protected]
Ordering Information
The product numbering scheme is as follows:
O S T
Interface
E = Ethernet & RS232
G = GPIB, Ethernet & RS232
Protocol
S = SCPI
Voltage
B = Battery (48V)
A = America (110V)
U = UK (240V)
E = Europe (220V)
Environmental
N = Normal
E = Extended
Customisation
S = Standard
V = Non-Standard Variant
Copyright © 2005 Polatis Ltd. All rights reserved. All information in this document is
provided for informational purposes only and is subject to change without notice.
Polatis Ltd assumes no liability for actions taken based on information contained herein.
Power
Dissipation
25W
Maximum Optical Power
1
PROD-404-01-0
Options
S
50W
COMMUNICATIONS INSTRUMENTATION
Large Channel Count Switch Module
SKB Series
Key Features
• Lifetime greater than 120 million cycles
• Up to 100 channels
• Up to 4 switches in a module
• Internal switches can be factory configured to create
various configurations, such as blocking MxN
• Latching version available
• Queriable switch position and configuration
• Status and alarm registers
• Highly customer-configurable to assist in swapping
spares or changing channel order
• Operating temperature of - 35 to 75 °C for steppermotor-based switches
• Typical IL 0.5 dB
• RL better than 55 dB
• Compact package designed to accommodate standard
and custom solutions
• Printed circuit board or enclosure-mountable
Applications
•
•
•
•
Remote fiber test systems (RFTS)
Fiber network restoration
Fiberoptic component test and measurement
Integrated module solution designed for
integration into new products
• OEM applications
• Sensing applications
Safety Information
• Complies with GR-1073
The JDS Uniphase SKB series controllable optical switch is designed to connect
a single optical channel to any of N channels. It is the enhanced version of our
legacy SK/SP series switch modules and is the only stepper-motor based switch
module available in this market with a lifetime greater than 120 million cycles.
Each module can accommodate multiple 1 x N switches that can be internally
interconnected to provide various types of configurations, such as blocking
M x N, where M represents inputs and N represents outputs, or each module
can operate as independent switches.
The switch module is available in two package sizes:
• Package size 1 can accommodate up to two switches with total channel
count up to 50.
• Package size 2 can accommodate up to four switches with a total channel
count up to 100.
The operation of the switch is based on proven JDS Uniphase's expanded beam
lens technology utilizing a precision stepper-motor to align optical channels.
The use of collimating lenses minimizes insertion loss (IL). The design is
optimized for high return loss (RL).
The switch is microprocessor controlled via a parallel interface or addressable
serial interface (RS-485). It is designed for mounting on a printed circuit board
or within a module for OEM applications.
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Custom configurations and integration of passive components, with the switches
in one of the two package sizes, are also available for this series of switches.
Configurations
The switch module is offered in a standard chassis with standard software that
can control numerous configurations, as shown:
1xN
A single switch with 1 x N configuration for N up to 100
MULTIPLE 1 x N
Up to four 1 x N switches with a total channel count of up to 100 (for example,
four 1 x 25 optical switches or two 1 x 50 switches)
MULTIPLE M x N
Up to two M x N blocking switches for a total M + N channel count of 100
CUSTOM
1 x N switches plus passive devices, such as couplers
1xN
MULTIPLE 1xN
MULTIPLE MxN
CUSTOM
SKB Series Switch Configurations
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Dimensions
1.105
.898
.000
.742
1.105
.000
.730
1.065
6.760
5.562
5.877
3.643
Ground Attachment
M3x0.5, Max 5 mm
Thread Depth
4 Places
.000
5.510
4.312
4.627
.000
2.393
.411
.000
5.763
5.460
Indicator
4.763
4.547
4.553
Ground Attachment
M3x0.5, Max 5 mm
Thread Depth
4 Places
Size 2
Fiber
Size 2
Cable
.807
.394
.000
6.002
6.048
6.730
2.211
1.560
.000
4.752
4.798
5.480
.961
.000
.310
.000
3.363
3.060
2.280
2.063
Size 1
Fiber
2.153
Size 1
Cable
.803
.390
.000
.000
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Specifications
Parameter1, 2
Insertion loss (IL)
Single-mode (SM)
Multimode (MM)
Return loss(RL)3
SM
MM
Polarization dependent loss (PDL) SM
IL stability4
Change in IL during power on-off cycle (latching version)
Repeatability4,5
sequential switching
random switching
Crosstalk (maximum) SM
Maximum input power (optical)
Lifetime
Switching time (first channel/each additional channel)
speed 1 (standard)
speed 2
Interface
Operating voltage
Power consumption
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Humidity
Dimensions (W x H x D)
fiber version - package 1
cable version - package 1
fiber version - package 2
cable version - package 2
Weight (configuration dependent)
Typical (Maximum)
N ≤ 25 Non-Latching
N ≤ 22 Latching
Typical (Maximum)
26 ≤ N ≤ 100 Non-Latching
23 ≤ N ≤ 85 Latching
0.5 (0.7) dB
0.4 (0.6) dB
0.8 (1.2) dB
0.7 (1.0) dB
62 (57) dB
25 (20) dB
0.02 (0.04) dB
± 0.02 (± 0.025) dB
± 0.2 (± 0.5) dB
55 (45) dB
20 (20) dB
0.04 (0.08) dB
± 0.03 (± 0.04) dB
± 0.4 (±1.0) dB
± 0.005 (± 0.01) dB
± 0.01 (± 0.05) dB
± 0.01 (± 0.03) dB
± 0.03 (± 0.08) dB
- 80 dB
300 mW continuous
> 120 million cycles
25/15 ms
20/15 ms
parallel and serial interface (RS-485)
5 ± 0.25 V DC
7 W maximum (package 1)/10 W maximum (package 2)
- 35 to 75 °C
- 40 to 85 °C
maximum 95 % RH from - 35 to 75 °C non-condensing
78.2 x 27.8 x 140.0 mm/3.08 x 1.095 x 5.51 inch
78.2 x 27.8 x 171.7 mm/3.08 x 1.095 x 6.76 inch
138.4 x 27.8 x 140.0 mm/5.45 x 1.095 x 5.51 inch
138.4 x 27.8 x 171.7 mm/5.45 x 1.095 x 6.76 inch
0.6 kg maximum for package 1
1 kg maximum for package 2
1. All specifications referenced without connectors.
2. All optical measurements taken after temperature has been stabilized for one hour.
3. RL specifications based on 1 m pigtail length.
4. All specifications are at speed 1 setting. Repeatability can be affected by increasing speed.
5. Measured between two consecutive readings over 100 cycles.
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Sample: SKB11C024L + 2B7F1FFP
SKB
Code
C
B
Code
1
2
3
4
+ 2
1
Optional Testing
standard (forward)
1xN
Bidirectional
Code
L
N
001
.
085
.
100
Code
F
C
Code
A
B
Number of
Independent Switches
switch
switches
switches
switches
Code
Features
Latching
Non-latching
Voltage and Data Interface
5 V with DB9 and DB25 connector
5 V with disk drive connector
Code
7
2
4
Number of Output Channels
(per Independent Switch)
1 output channel
.
85 output channels
(maximum for latching features)
.
100 output channels
Pigtail Type
0.9 mm tight
buffer fiber
3.0 mm jacketed
cable
Code
FP
FA
SC
SU
NC
Fiber Type (µm)
9/125
62.5/125
50/125
Code
1
2
3
Code
F
Q
B
Connector Type
FC/PC
FC/APC
SC/PC
SC/APC
No connector
Pigtail Length
1m
2m
3m
Wavelength Range (nm)
1270 to 1670
850 to 1350 (MM only)
750 to 940 (MM only)
Switch Output Limits
Number of
Independent
Switches
1
2
3
4
Maximum Outputs per Switch
Latching
85
43
22
22
Non-Latching
100
50
25
25
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.
All statements, technical information and recommendations related to the products herein are based upon information believed to be
reliable or accurate. However, the accuracy or completeness thereof is not guaranteed, and no responsibility is assumed for any
inaccuracies. The user assumes all risks and liability whatsoever in connection with the use of a product or its application. JDS Uniphase
reserves the right to change at any time without notice the design, specifications, function, fit or form of its products described herein,
including withdrawal at any time of a product offered for sale herein. JDS Uniphase makes no representations that the products
herein are free from any intellectual property claims of others. Please contact JDS Uniphase for more information. JDS Uniphase and
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Small Channel Count Switch Module
SW Series
Key Features
• 1 x 1, 1 x 2 and 2 by-pass modes
• Compact size
• Low IL
• High return loss (RL)
• Direct or TTL control of switching
• High repeatability over a broad range
of environmental conditions
• Available in SM and MM
Applications
• Incorporation into customized switch
assemblies required for test and measurement
applications
• Network monitoring and testing
• Sensor switching
• Source/detection selection
• R&D
Safety Information
Complies to CE requirements plus UL3101-1
and CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 1010.1
The JDS Uniphase Small Channel Count Switch Module (SW) series is used for
incorporating customized test assemblies and specialized applications operating
multiple source measurement instruments, such as optical spectrum analyzers,
wavelength meters, and power meters. This high performance switch is suitable
for system trial applications where monitoring, testing and routing are required.
Other applications include sensing, calibration, reference, research and
development (R&D).
In operation, the switch connects the optical channels by redirecting the optical
signal into a selected output fiber. This action is achieved using optical prisms
driven by a high-precision non-latching mechanism and activated by electrical
control signal. Switching can be done by applying either a direct electrical or
TTL control. The SW series of switch is available in both single-mode (SM) and
multimode (MM).
The use of collimating optics minimizes the insertion loss (IL) and improves the
repeatability and stability of the optical parameters. The switch is optically
passive and, therefore, is transparent to signalling formats. Configurations can
be optimized for bi-directional performance as a factory option.
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Dimensions
SW1x1
SW1x2
SW2BP
SW Ser ies Sw itch Configur ations
.523 (13.3)
.200 (5.1)
.31 (8)
.530 (13.5)
.125 (3.2)
1.575 (40.0)
1.339 (34.0)
.40 (1.0)
Mounting hole
0.120 (3.0) thru
use #4-40, cap screw
(m2.5 cap screw) 2PLCS
.26 (7.0)
1.339 (34.0)
.680 (17.3)
1.575 (40.0)
Package A
Mounting hole
0.120 (3.0) thru
use #4-40, cap screw
(M2.5 cap screw) 2PLCS
.210 (5.3)
.530
(13.5)
.900
(22.9)
.200 (5.1)
.31 (8.0)
1.339 (34.0)
1.575 (40.0)
.40 (10.0)
.118 (3.0)
2.514 (63.9)
.24 (6.0)
.118 (3.0)
.680 (17.3)
2.750 (69.9)
Package B
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Specifications
Parameter1
Insertion loss (IL)2, 3
Single-mode (SM)
Multimode (MM) SW1 x 1, 1 x 2, 2 x B
Return loss3 (RL)
SM (Low)
SM (Ultra-low)
MM
Polarization dependent loss (PDL)3
IL stability2, 3, 4, 5
Repeatability5, 6
Crosstalk (maximum) SM
Optical input power SM
Lifetime
Switching speed
Duty cycle
Control interface
Operating voltage
Direct control
TTL control
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Humidity
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Weight
Typical (Maximum)
0.5 (0.8) dB
0.4 (0.7) dB
50 (45) dB
60 (55) dB
25 (20) dB
0.12 dB at 1310 nm/0.07 dB at 1550 nm maximum
± 0.03 (± 0.05) dB
± 0.005 dB maximum
- 70 (- 60) dB
300 mW maximum
At least 10 million cycles
10 (15) ms
5 Hz
Direct control or transistor logic (TTL control)
5 ± 5 % V DC at 45 mA
5 ± 5 % V DC at 70 mA
- 5 to 65 °C
- 40 to 80 °C
95 % maximum, non-condensing
40 x 17 x 40 mm (fiber) or 70 x 17 x 40 mm (cable) - package A or B
45 and 80 g (packages A and B respectively)
1. Customized specifications are available.
2. At room temperature and optimized at 850, 1310 or 1550 nm.
3. Excluding connectors.
4. Drift of any channel relative to the straight-through path at ± 3 °C deviation of ambient temperature over a seven-day period.
5. Please contact JDS Uniphase for details on testing methods.
6. Measured between two consecutive readings over 100 cycles.
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Sample: SW101+2075UFPE1.5
SW
Code
1
2
+ 2
Number
of Input
Channels
1
2
Code
01
02
BP
Code
0
2
.
Control Type
Direct
TTL
Code
7
1
2
4
Number
of Output
Channels
1
2
Bypass
Code
D
3
5
8
Q
Code
FP
FA
SC
SU
NC
Fiber Type (µm)
9/125
50/125
62.5/125
100/140
Wavelength Range (nm)
1310/1550
1310
1550
850 (MM only)
850/1310 (MM only)
Code
L
U
M
B
Connector Type
FC/PC
FC/APC
SC/PC
SC/APC
No connector
Return Loss
45 dB (SM only)
55 dB (SM only, high RL)
20 dB (MM only)
Bidirectional 55 dB
(SM) 20 dB (MM)
Code
0.3
…
1.5
…
9.9
Code
L
E
Pigtail Length
minimum length
…
1.5 meters (standard
pigtail length)
…
9.9 meters
Pigtail Type
3.0 mm jacketed cable
900 µm tight buffer fiber
Mechanical Package (based on switch type):
Switch Type
900 µm fiber
3 mm cable
1x1
A
B
1x2
A
B
2BP
A
B
Where A = 40 x 17 x 40 mm (W x H x D)
and B = 70 x 17 x 40 mm (W x H x D)
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.
UL is a registered trademark of Underwriters Laboratories Inc.
All statements, technical information and recommendations related to the products herein are based upon information believed to be
reliable or accurate. However, the accuracy or completeness thereof is not guaranteed, and no responsibility is assumed for any
inaccuracies. The user assumes all risks and liability whatsoever in connection with the use of a product or its application. JDS Uniphase
reserves the right to change at any time without notice the design, specifications, function, fit or form of its products described herein,
including withdrawal at any time of a product offered for sale herein. JDS Uniphase makes no representations that the products
herein are free from any intellectual property claims of others. Please contact JDS Uniphase for more information. JDS Uniphase and
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Ruggedized Small Channel Count Switch Module
SR Series
Key Features
• Typical IL 0.6 dB
• Return loss (RL) greater than 55 dB
• Several configurations available
• Reliable, small modules suitable for rugged
environments where vibration and shock
performance are critical
• Simple control
Applications
• Optical signal routing, fiber network
configuration, and restoration
• Sensor switching, source/detection selection,
reference, and multisource measurements in
instrumentation products
• Fiberoptic component testing
• Research and development (R&D)
The SR series switches are manufactured for harsher environments, and are
specified for a wide operating temperature range of -25 °C to +65 °C.
Both single-mode (SM) and multimode (MM) versions of the SR Series switch
connect optical channels by redirecting optical signals into a selected output
fiber. This is achieved using a mirror driven by a highly precise mechanism that
is activated via an electrical control signal.
Using collimating lenses minimizes the insertion loss (IL) and improves the
repeatability and stability of the switch parameters. The SR Series is optically
passive and is, therefore, transparent to signalling formats and bandwidth. All
configurations are optimized for bidirectional performance.
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Solid lines represent the unpowered (0 V DC) state of the switch.
SR Ser ies Sw itch Configur ations
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Specifications
Parameter
Insertion loss (IL)
Single-mode1 (SM) 1 x 1, 1 x 2, 2 x 4
SM 2 x 2 and 4 x 4
Multimode1 (MM) 1 x 1, 1 x 2, 2 x 4
MM 2 x 2 and 4 x 4
Return loss (RL)
SM2
SM2 (high RL)
MM
Polarization dependent loss (PDL)2
SM
IL stability3
Repeatability4
Crosstalk
SM
MM
Optical input power
Switching time
Control signal duration
Cycle rate
Power
Control
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Humidity (non-condensing)
Dimensions (W x H x D)
SR2 x 4, Dual 2 x 2
SR2 x 4, Dual 2 x 2
Weight
Typical
Maximum
0.6 dB
0.9 dB
0.5 dB
0.8 dB
0.9 dB
1.2 dB
0.8 dB
1.1 dB
50 dB
60 dB
25 dB
45 dB
55 dB
20 dB
0.06 dB
± 0.03 dB
± 0.01 dB
0.1 dB
± 0.05 dB
± 0.02 dB
- 60 dB
- 50 dB
- 45 dB
- 35 dB
N/A
300 mW
7 ms
10 ms
25 ms
N/A
N/A
10 Hz
5 ± 5 % V DC/50 mA (75 mA for TTL option)
Direct or TTL
N/A
- 25 to 65 °C
N/A
- 40 to 80 °C
N/A
95 %
SR1 x 1, 1 x 2, 2 x 2 70 x 17 x 40 mm (fiber or cable version)
70 x 17 x 44 mm (fiber version)
101 x 17 x 44 mm (cable version)
90 g (110 g for SR2 x 4, Dual 2 x 2)
1. Excluding connectors. Include 0.2 dB (typical IL) for each connector.
2. Excluding connectors.
3. Drift of any channel relative to one assigned reference channel at ± 3 °C deviation of ambient temperature over seven day period.
4. Measured between two consecutive readings over 100 cycles.
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Sample: SR44+2228MNCE
SR
+ 2
Code
Number
of Input
Channels
1
2
4
1
2
4
Code
1
2
4
Number
of Output
Channels
1
2
4
Code
0
2
.
Control Type
Direct
TTL
Code
1
2
4
7
Code
FP
FA
SC
SU
NC
Fiber Type (µm)
50/125
62.5/125
100/140
9/125
Code
D
3
5
8
Connector Type
FC/PC
FC/APC (SM only)
SC/PC
SC/APC (SM only)
No connector
Code
L
E
Wavelength Range (nm)
1310/1550
1310
1550
850 (MM only)
Code
L
U
M
Code
0.3
…
1.5
…
9.9
Pigtail Length
minimum length
…
1.5 meters (standard
pigtail length)
…
9.9 meters
Pigtail Type
3.0 mm jacketed cable
900 µm tight buffer fiber
Return Loss
45 dB (SM only)
55 dB (SM only, high RL)
20 dB (MM only)
All statements, technical information and recommendations related to the products herein are based upon information believed to be
reliable or accurate. However, the accuracy or completeness thereof is not guaranteed, and no responsibility is assumed for any
inaccuracies. The user assumes all risks and liability whatsoever in connection with the use of a product or its application. JDS Uniphase
reserves the right to change at any time without notice the design, specifications, function, fit or form of its products described herein,
including withdrawal at any time of a product offered for sale herein. JDS Uniphase makes no representations that the products
herein are free from any intellectual property claims of others. Please contact JDS Uniphase for more information. JDS Uniphase and
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Flexible Small Channel Count Switch Module
SQ Series
Key Features
• High optical performance
• High repeatability
• Latching or non-latching
• Field configurable default non-latch channel
• Wide choice of configurations
• Off position (optional)
• Status feedback
• Common package size for all configurations
Applications
• Incorporation into customized switch
assemblies for test and measurement
applications
• Network monitoring and testing
• Sensor switching
• Source/detection selection
• Research and development (R&D)
Safety Information
• Complies with GR-1073
The JDS Uniphase SQ series optical switch is a highly flexible module with high
optical performance in latching or non-latching applications. The full feature
set and large number of optical configurations available in a common package
and interface make it ideal for a wide spectrum of applications.
The switch connects one or two channels to one of several (up to eight)
channels. Both single-mode (SM) and multimode (MM) versions are available.
This switch is also available in multi-pack configurations, for example 2 x 4,
2 x 6, 2 x 8 D configuration (Duplex 1 x 2, 1 x 3, 1 x 4).
While in operation, the switch connects optical channels by using prisms to
redirect the signal from an input port into a selected output port. Using
collimating optics minimizes the insertion loss (IL) and improves the
repeatability and stability of the optical parameters. The switches are optically
passive, and therefore, are transparent to signaling formats.
Configurations can be manufactured for bi-directional performance as a
factory option.
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SQ Series Configurations
The common package may be ordered in optical configurations as follows:
• 1 x 3 up to 1 x 8
• 2 x 4, 2 x 6, 2 x 8 D configuration (Duplex 1 x 2, 1 x 3, 1 x 4)
• Dual 1 x 2
• SM or MM fiber
• 900 mm buffered fiber or 3 mm cable
All units are customer-configurable as:
• Latching
• Non-latching
• Default channel for non-latch operation
Electrical interfaces available include:
• 2 x 12 male header on the side
• 2 x 12 male (recessed) on the bottom (for PCB mounting)
R
R
1A
1B
2A
2B
3A
3B
4A
4B
A
B
D Configuration
(SQ switch shown with OFF position option)
The 2 x N configuration allows for mass reconfiguration of optical paths.
It provides simultaneous connections of 2 inputs to a number of outputs.
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Dimensions
25.4 (1.001)
4.3 (.168)
69.8 (2.750)
24
2
6.0 (.235)
57.9 (2.280)
17.0 (.670)
12.8 (.502)
22.1 (.868)
6.0 (.235)
6.4 (.250) TYP
SIDE MOUNT
VERSION SHOWN
23
1
23.8
[.937 ]
9.0 (.355)
57.9 (2.280)
25.4 (1.001)
2
24
1
23
3.5 (.137) TYP
28.0 (1.101)
69.8 (2.750)
BOTTOM MOUNT
VERSION SHOWN
3.5 (.136)
11.0 (.435)
Mounting hole
0 4.0 (.159) thru
c 7.1 (.280), 5.4 (.214)
4 PLS
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Specifications
Parameter
Wavelength range
Single-mode (SM) or Multimode (MM)
MM only
Fiber type
SM
MM
Fiber jacket size
Configuration
Optical connectors
Length
Test orientation
Specification
1270 to 1670 nm
850 to 1350 nm
9/125 µm
50/125 µm, 62.5/125 µm
900 µm fiber, 3.0 mm cable
1 x 3 to 1 x 8
Dual 1 x 2 (2 independent 1 x 2's)
Duplex 1 x 2 (2 x 4 "D")
Duplex 1 x 3 (2 x 6 "D")
Duplex 1 x 4 (2 x 8 "D")
FC/PC, FC/APC, SC/PC, SC/APC, LC/PC, no connector
0.3 to 9.9 m (± 5 cm for lengths under 1 m, ± 5% for lengths 1 m or greater)
Standard
Bi-directional
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Specifications
Parameter1
Insertion loss (IL)2 (includes one FC/PC connection)
1 x 3, 1 x 4, Dual 1 x 2, 2 x 4 "D"
1 x 5, 1 x 6, 1 x 7, 1 x 8, 2 x 6 "D", 2 x 8 "D"
Return loss (RL) (excludes connectors)
selected port SM
selected port MM
Polarization dependent loss (PDL)(SM only)
1 x 3, 1 x 4, Dual 1 x 2, 2 x 4 "D"
1 x 5, 1 x 6, 1 x 7, 1 x 8, 2 x 6 "D", 2 x 8 "D"
IL stability3
1 hour
24 hours
Repeatability4,5
1 x 3, 1 x 4, Dual 1 x 2, 2 x 4 "D"
1 x 5, 1 x 6, 1 x 7, 1 x 8, 2 x 6 "D", 2 x 8 "D"
Crosstalk/isolation
selected port to other ports
bi-directional - non-selected to other non-selected
Optical input power
Lifetime
Switching time
Control interface
Operating voltage (DC)2,6
Qualification testing
Single-mode (SM)
Multimode (MM)
< 1.1 dB
< 1.25 dB
< 1.0 dB
< 1.15 dB
> 55 dB
> 30 dB
< 0.08 dB
< 0.10 dB
± 0.02 dB
± 0.05 dB
< 0.01 dB (p-p)
< 0.02 dB (p-p)
(± 0.005 dB)
(± 0.01 dB)
< - 60 dB
< - 50 dB
< - 50 dB
< - 40 dB
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Humidity (relative, non-condensing)
Operating
Storage
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Weight
300 mW max
> 10 million cycles
< 20 ms
Configurable TTL
5.0 V DC ± 10 % at 100 mA (300 mA max during switching)
GR1073 for Central Office
182 g (1 x 8, 1.5 meters of 900 µm fiber, FC/PC connectors)
0 to 60 °C
- 40 to 85 °C
< 90 % at 23 °C
< 20 % at 60 °C
< 90 % at 60 °C
< 40 % at 85 °C
70 x 17 x 70 mm
119 g (1 x 8, 1.5 meters of 900 µm fiber, no connectors)
1 Unless otherwise specified, all specifications at start of life at 23 °C ± 3 °C and 45 % RH ± 5 %.
2 At 23 °C ± 3 °C at specified test wavelengths (850/1310 MM or 1310/1550 SM) and optical input power of - 25 to 0 dBm.
3 Drift of any channel at ± 3 °C deviation of ambient temperature without changing channels (excludes repeatability).
4 Repeatability as per Telcordia GR-1073-CORE (100 cycles, max-min/peak-to-peak).
5. Measured between two consecutive readings over 100 cycles.
6. At 23°C. Over full temperature range: 5.0 V ± 5%.
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Sample: SQ141N+137FFPL1.0
SQ
+ 1
Code
1
3
Code
13
14
15
16
17
18
D4
D6
D8
22
Test
Configuration
Forward
Bidirectional
Optical Configurations
1x3
1x4
1x5
1x6
1x7
1x8
Duplex 1 x 2 (2 x 4 D config.)
Duplex 1 x 3 (2 x 6 D config.)
Duplex 1 x 4 (2 x 8 D config.)
Dual 1 x 2 (2 of 1 x 2)
Code
Y
N
Code
3
4
.
Control Interface
2 x 12 side header
2 x 12 bottom header
Code
F
Q
Option
Off position
Standard channel config.
Code
7
1
2
Code
0.3
…
1.5
…
9.9
Wavelength
(nm)
1270 to 1670
850 to 1350
(MM only)
Code
L
E
Fiber Type (µm)
9/125
50/125
62.5/125
Code
FP
FA
SC
SU
NC
Pigtail Length
minimum length
…
1.5 meters (std)
…
9.9 meters
Pigtail Type
3.0 mm jacketed cable
900 µm tight buffer fiber
Connector Type
FC/PC
FC/APC
SC/PC
SC/APC
No connector
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.
All statements, technical information and recommendations related to the products herein are based upon information believed to be
reliable or accurate. However, the accuracy or completeness thereof is not guaranteed, and no responsibility is assumed for any
inaccuracies. The user assumes all risks and liability whatsoever in connection with the use of a product or its application. JDS Uniphase
reserves the right to change at any time without notice the design, specifications, function, fit or form of its products described herein,
including withdrawal at any time of a product offered for sale herein. JDS Uniphase makes no representations that the products
herein are free from any intellectual property claims of others. Please contact JDS Uniphase for more information. JDS Uniphase and
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Custom Switch Assembly
SA Series
Key Features
• Flexible arrangement
• GPIB and RS-232 remote control
• Local control via keypad and display
Applications
Safety Information
JDS Uniphase can meet your specific test application needs with the flexible
Custom Switch Assembly Platform. We combine 1 x N programmable switches,
modular relay-based 1 x 2, 2 x 2, 1 x 3, and other switches, splitters, couplers,
attenuators, laser sources, isolators, and circulators in one package with custom
front and rear panels. For example, we can combine custom-labeled inputs and
outputs with the optical schematic corresponding to input/output labels. The
compact switch assembly's optical units are controlled by the front panel keys
and GPIB or RS-232 interfaces. LabVIEW drivers are available.
Complies to CE requirements plus UL3101-1
and CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 1010.1
The Switch Assembly can be packaged in either a 3U or a 6U high rackmount
unit, depending on the number of optical elements required.
• Fiber test systems in telecommunications,
data communications, CATV
• Fiberoptic component testing
• Transmitter/receiver measurements
• Research and development (R&D)
Specifications
JDS Uniphase customizes each switch
assembly to meet your specifications.
Custom Switch Assemblies are also available in our Multiple Application
Platform (MAP) platform as MAP-SA modules. The MAP-SA solution
provides the capability of integrating various MAP-compatible switches (like
the SW and SKB) along with attenuators, tunable filters, passive components
such as tap couplers, and all other MAP-based cassettes. The MAP-SA modules
can be made in any size, from single-width to a full 8-wide cassette, allowing all
components to be pre-configured at the factory for easy installation at the
customer site.
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Continued
INPUTS
MUX
1xN
30/70
VOA
OUTPUTS
2xB
50/50
FBG
VOA
Sample Custom Sw itch Configur ation
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UL is a registered trademark of Underwriters Laboratories Inc.
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inaccuracies. The user assumes all risks and liability whatsoever in connection with the use of a product or its application. JDS Uniphase
reserves the right to change at any time without notice the design, specifications, function, fit or form of its products described herein,
including withdrawal at any time of a product offered for sale herein. JDS Uniphase makes no representations that the products
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Benchtop Instruments
Amplifiers - Erbium-doped fiber amplifiers (EDFAs)
have been developed as a key technology for increasing
the bandwidth of optical systems. EDFAs provide a
convenient way to overcome component loss,
especially in multichannel dense wavelength division
multiplexing (DWDM) long haul systems.
travels and thereby the delay time of transmitted light
in an optical fiber. They can also be used to vary the
modulation phase of reflections for the testing of
reflection effects on transmitters.
Electro-optic Instruments - The Stressed Eye
Generator provides a low cost feature rich source
supporting both Receiver Conformance Testing (RCT)
and Transmitter and Dispersion Penalty Testing
(DPT). When combined with an electrical PG with the
special jitter input, a fully compliant 802.3ae Stressed
Eye is achieved.
Attenuators - In 1983, JDS Uniphase invented the
Manually Variable Attenuator in response to the need
for highly accurate calibration. JDS Uniphase
attenuators have continued to evolve with our
industry-leading HA Series and now our modular
MAP-based programmable versions.
Sources - Optical broadband sources have the
Emulators - Polarization Mode Dispersion (PMD) advantage of offering a wide measurement range as
Emulators produce accurately controlled amounts of well as a constant power and spectrum output. The
PMD for fiberoptic systems testing, such as assessing Benchtop Broadband Source features excellent output
PMD effects on systems and calibrating PMD- stability for both power and spectrum, making it an
measuring equipment. Optical Delays accurately ideal source for passive component testing.
control the length of the path that the input signal
Included in This Section
Erbium-Doped Fiber Amplifier
129
Programmable Attenuator
132
Manual Variable Attenuator
136
Stressed Eye Generator
139
PMD Emulator
143
Optical Delay
145
Broadband Source
147
In addition to the modular MAP products, JDS Uniphase also offers
individually-packaged benchtop instruments. These are stand-alone products
with features and specifications that complement those available in MAP
instrument cassettes.
The following table lists the instruments available in the various classes, along
with some pertinent features. Detailed specifications and ordering
information can be found on the product pages.
INSTRUMENT
SPECIAL FEATURES
Erbium-Doped Fiber Amplifier
High output power and additional
wavelength ranges
Programmable Attenuator
Special wavelength ranges, higher
attenuation available
Manual Variable Attenuator
Compact instrument for field testing
or lab applications
Stressed Eye Generator
Stressed-eye conformance test
solution
PMD Emulator
Highly accurate PMD emulation
Optical Delay
Highly accurate optical delay
production
Broadband Source
Additional wavelength ranges and
higher output power levels supported
COMMUNICATIONS INSTRUMENTATION
Benchtop Erbium-Doped Fiber Amplifier
EDFA Series
Key Features
• Choice of wavelengths C- or L- bands
• High output power and gain
• Mid-span access
• Compact benchtop design with rackmount kit
• Single channel and multichannel dense wavelength
division multiplexing (DWDM) capabilities
• RS-232 remote control
Applications
• Pre-amp booster, in-line amplifier
emulation
• Dense wavelength division multiplexing
(DWDM) transmission, for multichannel
applications
• SONET/SDH systems, for single channel
applications
Safety Information
Complies to CE requirements plus UL3101-1
and CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 1010.1
Meets the requirements of Class 3B in
standard IEC 60825-1(2002) and complies
with 21CFR1040.10 except deviations per
Laser Notice No. 50, July 2001.
The Benchtop Erbium-Doped Fiber Amplifier (EDFA) amplifies optical signals
across the EDFA window (1528 to 1610 nm). Through optimization of
amplifier gain, noise figure, and saturated output power, the EDFA will expand
your test capabilities in systems, components or sub-assembly manufacturing
as well as research and development (R&D) environments.
The amplifier incorporates a unique design to produce maximum signal gain
and saturated output power in the 1550 and 1590 nm test bands while
minimizing noise figure. It features a user-friendly front panel housing an LCD
displaying input/output power, current control and an optical interface.
The amplifier is offered in C-band, L-band and C+L-band versions and preamplifier, booster, or in-line amplifier configurations.
The Benchtop models provide specialized variants and optical performance not
available in the Multiple Application Platform (MAP) line. Additional EDFA
models are available in the MAP EDFA product line.
INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION
AVOID EXPOSURE TO BEAM
CLASS 3B LASER PRODUCT
(IEC 60825-1, 2002)
MAX. 500 mw, 700-1680 nm
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Specifications
MODEL
Test band
Amplifier type
Operating wavelength range
Input signal
Saturated output power 1
Noise figure 2
Small signal gain 3
Spectral gain flatness 4
Polarization dependent loss (PDL)
Polarization mode dispersion (PMD)
Input/output isolation
Input/output monitors
Input voltage
Power consumption
Packaging
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Humidity
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Weight
OAB1552
C-band
Booster
high power
1528 to
1565 nm
Single
≥ 24 dBm
≤ 5.0 dB
≥ 36 dB
≤ 0.2 dB
≤ 0.4 ps
≥ 45/32 dB
OAB1592
L-band
Booster
high power
OAB1596 OAB1598 OAB1562
OAB1564
L-band
L-band
C+L-band
C+L-band
Mid-span
Booster
Booster
In-line
access
DWDM
DWDM
1565 to
1570 to
1570 to
1530 to1560 nm
1610 nm
1603 nm
1603 nm
1570 to1600 nm
channel
Multichannel DWDM
Single Channel
≥ 22 dBm
≥ 20 dBm
≥ 20 dBm
≥ 19 dBm
≥ 14 dBm
≤ 5.5 dB
≤ 5.8 dB
≤ 5.5 dB
≤ 6.5 dB
≤ 6.5 dB
≥ 29 dB
≥ 22 dB
≥ 20 dB
≥ 22 dB
≥ 20 dB
(MS loss ≤ 7 dB)
N/A
≤ 0.3 dB
≤ 0.3 dB
≤ 0.9 dB
≤ 0.4 dB
≤ 0.4 dB
≤ 0.8 ps
≤ 0.9 ps
≤ 0.9 ps
≤ 0.7 ps
≤ 0.7 ps
≥ 40/40 dB ≥ 40/40 dB ≥ 40/40 dB ≥ 40/40 dB ≥ 40/40 dB
Yes
100 to 240 V AC, 50 to 60 Hz
90 V A Maximum
Half-rack benchtop and 19-inch rackmount kit
0 to 50 °C
- 40 to 70 °C
Maximum 95 % RH non-condensing from 0 to 45 °C
21.2 x 8.9 x 35.5 cm
> 4 kg
1. Saturated Output Power measured:
At 1550 nm at Pin = - 4 dBm for model 1552
At 1590 nm at Pin = 0 dBm for model 1592 and 1598
At 1590 nm at Pin = - 2 dBm for model 1596
At 1550 nm at Pin = - 4 dBm and at 1590 nm and Pin - 0 dBm for model 1562 and 1564
2. Noise figure measured:
At Pin = - 4 dBm for model 1552 and 1592
At Pin = - 2 dBm for model 1596
At Pin = 0 dBm for model 1598
At Pin = - 20 dBm for model 1562 and 1564
3. Small signal gain measured:
At Pin = -20 dBm for model 1552, 1562, 1564, and 1592
At Pin = -2 dBm for model 1596
At Pin = 0 dBm for model 1598
4. Flatness optimized for:
Pin = - 2 dBM for model 1596
Pin = 0 dBm for model 1598
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Sample: OAB1554+20FP0
+ 2
OAB
Code
1552
1592
1596
1598
1562
1564
Description
C-band Booster high power
L-band Booster high power
L-band Mid-span access DWDM
L-band Booster DWDM
C+L-band Booster
C+L-band In-Line
Code
FP
FA
SC
SU
Code
0
2
Connector
Type
FC/PC
FC/APC
SC/PC
SC/APC
Code
0
4
6
Output Power
Standard output power
Booster high output power,
22 dBm (available for OAB1592)
Booster high output power,
24 dBm (available for OAB1552)
Characteristics
unflattened
Gain flattened
DWDM (available for OAB1546,
OAB1558, OAB1596, OAB1598)
Standard Accessories
Part Number
ED000899-A-00
Description
Standard 19-inch rackmount kit
Optional Accessories
Part Number
ED000899-A-01
Description
Rackmount kit (Japan)
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reliable or accurate. However, the accuracy or completeness thereof is not guaranteed, and no responsibility is assumed for any
inaccuracies. The user assumes all risks and liability whatsoever in connection with the use of a product or its application. JDS Uniphase
reserves the right to change at any time without notice the design, specifications, function, fit or form of its products described herein,
including withdrawal at any time of a product offered for sale herein. JDS Uniphase makes no representations that the products
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Programmable Attenuator
Key Features
• 100 dB range
• 0.01 or 0.001 dB resolution
• 0.01 dB repeatability
• Accuracy of ± 0.1 dB
• Typical polarization dependent loss (PDL) of 0.03 dB
• 1200 to 1700 nm or 750 to 1700 nm wavelength ranges
• Built-in beam block
• GPIB and RS-232 remote control
• Single-mode (SM) or multimode (MM) fiber
• SCPI compatible command set
• Optional couplers or switches
• High power input of 1000 mW
• Wavelength dependence of less than ± 0.05 dB
over 1530 to 1625 nm range
Applications
•
•
•
•
•
•
Precise optical power control
Power meter linearity calibration
Analog transmission tests
Bit error rate (BER) tests
Loss simulation in fiberoptic links
Erbium-Doped Fiber Amplifier (EDFA)
output power characterization
Safety Information
Complies to CE requirements plus UL3101-1
and CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 1010.1
The JDS Uniphase Programmable Attenuator is a high-resolution, extendedrange, programmable attenuator ideal for testing power meters and general test
and laboratory work. The attenuator has a nominal resolution of 0.01 dB (0.001
dB for the HA1 series) and an extended attenuation range up to 100 dB. The
standard operating wavelength is 1200 to 1700 nm (750 to 1700 nm is available
for use with a reduced attenuation range of 60 dB for the HA9W attenuator).
HA attenuators are ideal for use in such demanding applications as
multichannel AM systems and high bit-rate digital pulse code modulation
(PCM) systems. Discrete internal optical reflections are minimized to better
than 60 dB, and cavity effects are virtually eliminated. All HA attenuators are
offered with high return loss (RL) and low spectral ripple for CATV AM
systems.
The HA2 series Programmable Attenuator provides a low wavelength
dependence of ± 0.05 dB and input power up to 1 W (30 dBm). The HA2 is
suitable for a variety of applications including amplifier testing and dense
wavelength division multiplexing (DWDM) system characterization.
The inherently linear design of these attenuators, combined with built-in
calibration and offset functions, allows the user to match the display to an
optical power meter over a wide power range. This feature is useful in tests
requiring control of the absolute optical power source for the test device. The
built-in beam blocking switch provides fast access from any attenuation setting
to infinite attenuation (> 90 dB).
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Continued
Front panel access provides the option of increasing functionality through the
addition of other devices, such as couplers or switches. The 5 V driver key on
the front panel (connected to the 5 V driver on the back) acts as a toggle for an
external or internal (if installed) switch.
The HA9 and HA1 attenuators can be fitted with a 10/90 or 50/50 coupler or a
1 x 2 switch to provide an output tap to access two inputs or outputs. All models
have an SCPI/HP8156A compatible command set and can be controlled from
the front panel keyboard or by the GPIB or RS-232 interfaces.
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Specifications
Parameter
Operating wavelength range
Attenuation1
Range
Resolution
Repeatability2
Change rate
HA1 High
Resolution
HA 9 Highly
Configurable
1200 to1700 nm 1200 to 1700 nm
Accuracy3
Insertion loss (IL)4, 5, 6
Single-mode (SM)
Multimode (MM), 50/125µm
MM, other
Flexcor 1060
Return loss (RL)4, 5
SM
SM, analog7
MM, 50/125 µm
MM, other
Flexcor 1060
Wavelength dependence4, 9
HA9P Flexcor
Fiber
980 to 1100 nm
HA2 High
Power and
Wavelength Flat
1280 to 1670 nm
100 dB
0.001 dB
± 0.01 dB
≤ 2.5 s 0 to
100 dB
± 0.1 dB
100 dB
0.01 dB
± 0.01 dB
≤ 2.5 s 0 to
100 dB
± 0.1 dB
60 dB
0.01 dB
± 0.01 dB
≤ 1.5 s 0 to
60 dB
± 0.1 dB
60 dB
0.01 dB
± 0.01 dB
≤ 1.5 s 0 to
60 dB
± 0.1 dB
50 dB
0.01 dB
± 0.01 dB
≤ 1.5 s 0 to
50 dB
± 0.1 dB
≤ 1.5 dB
≤ 1.5 dB
≤ 2.2 dB
≤ 2.9 dB
≤ 5.0 dB
≤ 3.2 dB
≤ 3.9 dB
≤ 1.0 dB8
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
≤ 2.5 dB
≥ 45 dB
≥ 60 dB
≥ 35 dB
≥ 30 dB
≥ 45 dB
≥ 60 dB
≥ 35 dB
≥ 30 dB
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
≥ 60 dB
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
200 mW
200 mW
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
≥ 60 dB
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
(1530 to 1625 nm)
Maximum optical input power
Recalibration period (recommended)
Polarization dependent loss (PDL)4, 5
Beam block attenuation
Input voltage
Power consumption
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Humidity
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Weight
HA9W Wide
Wavelength
Range
750 to 1700 nm
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
≥ 50 dB
N/A
N/A
N/A
± 0.05 dB
(0 to 20 dB attenuation)
± 0.10 dB
(20 to 30 dB
attenuation)
1W
200 mW
200 mW
2 years
0.03 dB typical, 0.08 dB maximum
≥ 90 dB
100 to 240 V AC, 50 to 60 Hz
100 V A maximum
0 to 40 °C
- 40 to 60 °C
maximum 90 % up to 40 °C
21.2 x 8.9 x 35.5 cm 19-inch (48.26 cm) rackmounting 2U high
4 kg
1. The attenuation range is a continuous function of wavelength.
5. Not including connectors, switch, or coupler (if installed).
2. At constant temperature, wavelength, and polarization state after half-hour warm-up.
6. Over 850 to 1600 nm. IL is typically highest at wavelength extremes.
3. Up to 60 dB of attenuation for SM and 45 dB of attenuation for MM. Maximum
7. Total of discrete reflections. Does not include distributed reflection in fiber.
specification at calibrated wavelength ± 15 nm. Outside these wavelength ranges, the
8. From 1375 to 1670 nm, < 1.5 dB from 1280 to 1375 nm.
typical accuracy is the greater of ± 0.1 dB or ± 0.003 dB/dB.
9. Relative to reference 0 dB setting.
4. Measured at 23 °C with a laser source.
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Sample: HA097+28KFA1
HA
Code
01
+ 2
9W
Model
HA1 (high resolution,
1200 to1700 nm)
HA2 (high power,
wavelength flat)
HA9 (1200 to 1700 nm)
HA9P (Flexcor 1060,
980 to1100 nm)
HA9W (750 to 1700 nm)
Code
1
2
7
8
Fiber Type (µm)
50/125 (HA9 and HA9W only)
62.5/125 (HA9 and HA9W only)
9/125
Flexcor 1060 (HA9P only)
02
09
9P
Code
0
1
8
9
Built-in Options
None
50/50 coupler
(9/125 µm only)
1:2 switch
(HA1 and HA9 only)
10/90 coupler
(9/125 µm only)
Code
K
A
Code
FP
FA
SC
SU
Return Loss
Standard
Analog
ConnectorType
(all ports)
FC/PC
FC/APC
SC/PC
SC/APC
Code
1
3
Port Type
Bulkheads on front
Pigtails on front
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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UL is a registered trademark of Underwriters Laboratories Inc.
ST is a registered trademark of Lucent Technologies.
All statements, technical information and recommendations related to the products herein are based upon information believed to be
reliable or accurate. However, the accuracy or completeness thereof is not guaranteed, and no responsibility is assumed for any
inaccuracies. The user assumes all risks and liability whatsoever in connection with the use of a product or its application. JDS Uniphase
reserves the right to change at any time without notice the design, specifications, function, fit or form of its products described herein,
including withdrawal at any time of a product offered for sale herein. JDS Uniphase makes no representations that the products
herein are free from any intellectual property claims of others. Please contact JDS Uniphase for more information. JDS Uniphase and
the JDS Uniphase logo are trademarks of JDS Uniphase Corporation. Other trademarks are the property of their respective holders.
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Manual Variable Attenuator
Key Features
• Precision attenuation
• Two calibration wavelengths
• Low IL
• RL > 60 dB
• Very long battery life
• Portable for field use
• Rear bulkhead connectors
Applications
•
•
•
•
Optical power control
Receiver testing
Field system testing
Power meter linearity checks
The JDS Uniphase Manual Variable Attenuator is a compact, portable
instrument for field system testing and test and development in laboratory
applications. It provides continuously variable attenuation range of up to 65 dB
with calibration wavelengths of 830/1300 nm or 1300/1550 nm. Attenuation is
set manually from the front panel at a 0.1 dB resolution. Unlike programmable
attenuators, the attenuation level is maintained when the power is turned on or
off. The attenuators use JDS Uniphase's ultra-linear attenuator prism to
produce accurate attenuation settings with low insertion loss (IL) and excellent
return loss (RL).
The display features a large-scale LCD readout, and the instrument is powered
by a long-lasting 9 V lithium battery for hand-held operation in the field. Input
and output ports are equipped with rear panel-mounted connector bulkheads,
and all major connector types are available.
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MANUAL VARIABLE ATTENUATOR
Specifications
Parameter
Attenuation range
Maximum insertion loss (IL)1, 2
Single-mode (SM)
Multimode (MM), 50/125 µm
MM, other
Return loss (RL)3
SM, analog
MM, 50/125 µm
MM, 62.5/125µm
Maximum optical input power
Attenuation accuracy2
Display resolution
Repeatability2
Polarization dependent loss (PDL)2
Recalibration period (recommended)
Battery lifetime4, 5, 6
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Humidity
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Weight
1300/1550 nm
65/60 dB
830/1300 nm
50/40 dB
≤ 3.0 dB
≤ 3.2 dB
≤ 3.9 dB
≤ 7.0 dB
≤ 4.2 dB
≤ 4.9 dB
> 60 dB
> 35 dB
> 30 dB
200 mW
± 0.5 dB
0.1 dB
± 0.1 dB
≤ 0.1 dB
2 years
> 6000 hours
0 to 50 °C
- 40 to 60 °C
maximum 95 % RH from 0 to 50 °C
11.5 x 6 x 12.5 cm
0.82 kg
1. Including 0.2 dB for each connector.
2. Measured at 25 °C using unpolarized light at either calibration wavelength.
3. Excluding connectors.
4. With continuous display use.
5. A "Low Battery" message is displayed when battery replacement is required.
6. 9 V lithium battery.
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Sample: VA47K+1ASU20
VA 4
+ 1
Code
1
2
4
Fiber Type (µm)
50/125
62.5/125
100/140
7
9/125
Code
G
K
Code
Return Loss
K
Multimode (MM)
fiber
Single-mode (SM)
fiber
A
2 0
Code
FP
FA
SC
SU
Connector Type
FC/PC
FC/APC
SC/PC
SC/APC
Calibrated
Wavelengths (nm)
830/1300
1300/1550
ST is a registered trademark of Lucent Technologies.
All statements, technical information and recommendations related to the products herein are based upon information believed to be
reliable or accurate. However, the accuracy or completeness thereof is not guaranteed, and no responsibility is assumed for any
inaccuracies. The user assumes all risks and liability whatsoever in connection with the use of a product or its application. JDS Uniphase
reserves the right to change at any time without notice the design, specifications, function, fit or form of its products described herein,
including withdrawal at any time of a product offered for sale herein. JDS Uniphase makes no representations that the products
herein are free from any intellectual property claims of others. Please contact JDS Uniphase for more information. JDS Uniphase and
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Stressed Eye Generator
Key Features
• 850 nm, 1310 nm and 1550 nm wavelength options
• Operational from 155 Mb/s to 10.71 Gb/s data rates
• Adjustable extinction ratio
• Four selectable data paths (reference, OMA,
internal BT filter or external filter)
• Accepts sinusoidal amplitude interference inputs
• Front panel LCD or GPIB control
Applications
• Manufacturing and R&D receiver testing
including 10 Gb/s Ethernet and Fiber Channel
• Manufacturing and R&D Datacom/Telecom
reference transmitter
• Dispersion penalty testing
• System testing
Safety Information
Complies to CE requirements plus UL3101-1
and CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 1010.1 Meets the
requirements of Class 1 (1310,1550 nm) and
Class 3R (850 nm) in standard IEC 608251(2002) and complies with 21CFR1040.10 except
deviations per Laser Notice No. 50, July 2001.
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
(IEC 60825-1, 2002)
The JDS Uniphase Stressed Eye Generator provides a cost effective IEEE Std.
802.3aeTM Stressed Eye reference for manufacturing and research and
development (R&D) compliance testing. This optical transmitter can operate
with data rates ranging from 155 Mb/s to 10.71 Gb/s and provides adjustable
extinction ratio control and selectable inter-symbol-interference paths.
The Stressed Eye Generator accepts sinusoidal interference rates from 2.0 GHz
to 0.1 GHz. All features are accessible via the front panel (no PC required) or
remotely by GPIB with SCPI compatibility.
The Stressed Eye Generator is available at 850 nm, 1310 and 1550 nm wavelengths.
INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION
AVOID EXPOSURE TO BEAM
CLASS 3R LASER PRODUCT
(IEC 60825-1, 2002)
700-1400 NM
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Continued
Data Source Requirements
The JDS Uniphase 10 Gb/s Reference Transmitter has several features that allow
the user to build a stressed eye per IEEE Std. 802.3aeTM Clause 52. The
transmitter provides the user with the ability to insert AM interference and
provides a switched path for OMA calibration, insertion of an internal 4th order
low pass Bessel Thomson filter or externally supplied filter.
NOTE: The 10 Gb/s Reference Transmitter does not supply timing jitter for the
stressed eye test. Timing jitter is supplied by the data source.
The following are the requirements of the data source for compliance to IEEE
Std. 802.3aeTM :
• Wideband Jitter p-p < 0.2 UI
• Data input amplitude 0.5 to 1.5 V p-p
• Trise and Tfall < 30 ps
Data source must be able to add 0.05 to 0.15 UI of added sinusoidal jitter p-p at
the frequency range shown below via an external clock input:
• Frequency range of jitter: 40 kHz to 10X Loop-Bandwidth of DUT
(~ 80 MHz)
5 UI
Applied sinusoidal jitter
peak - to - peak amplitude
(UI) (log scale)
0.15 UI
0.05 UI
3 x range
40 kHz
4 MHz
10 LB
Mask of the sinusoidal component of jitter tolerance (informative)
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Specifications
Parameter
General
Optical wavelength
Root mean square (RMS) spectral width
Optical fiber
Operational data rate
Data patterns
Data input (internal AC coupled)
PRESET button
Operator interface
Reference Mode1
Average optical output power
Extinction ratio at 10.3125 Gb/s, Pseudo-random
binary sequence (PRBS) 231-1 bit stream
Rise and fall time (20 to 80 %)
Vertical eye closure penalty (1% center region of eye)
Eye mask margin
Relative intensity noise (RIN)
Jitter
Internal Stressed Eye Mode1
Vertical eye closure penalty resulting from
selection of internal ISI filter 10.3125 Gb/s
Extinction ratio at 10.3125 Gb/s,
PRBS 231-1 bit stream
Sinusoidal interferer input frequency range
Sinusoidal interference input level
External ISI filter port
General
Input voltage
Power consumption
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Humidity
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Weight
Specification
850 ± 10 nm
< 0.45 nm
Multimode fiber
(MMF) 50/125
1310 ± 20 nm
1550 ± 20 nm
< 0.1 nm
< 0.1 nm
Single-mode fiber
Single-mode fiber
(SMF) 9/125
(SMF) 9/125
155 Mb/s to 10.71 Gb/s
PRBS 231 - 1, 27-1, AnAiAnAi, BnBiBnB, (11110000)
0.5 V to 1.5 V
Selects factory default OMA mode setting of 3.5 dB ER and OMA mode
Front panel LCD interface
SCPI compatible GPIB command set
> - 1 dBm
> - 1 dBm
> - 1 dBm
Adjustable from
6 to 10 dB
<35 ps2
< 30 ps
< 30 ps
< 1.0 dB3
< 0.5 dB
< 0.5 dB
15 %, using IEEE Std. 802.3aeTM -2002
Eye Mask definition, PRBS 231-1, 1000 waveforms
< -136 dB/Hz
< 0.2 UI p-p (input signal <0.1 UI p-p jitter)
>2.33 dB
>1.47 dB
>1.80 dB
Adjustable from 3 to 4 dB
100 MHz to 2.0 GHz
< 20 dBm
SMA female connectors for passive devices only - apply no AC or DC voltages
100 to 240 V AC, 50 to 60 Hz
75 V A maximum
0 to 50 °C
- 30 to 60 °C
maximum 95 % RH non-condensing from 0 to 45 °C
13.2 x 44.9 x 50.0 cm (19 inch x 3U x 20 inch)
12.4 kg
1. Specification guaranteed at these data rates: 9.95328, 10.3125, 10.51875 Gb/s.
2. IEEE Std. 802.3ae Reference Transmitter rise and fall time (20 to 80 %) specification is < 30 ps.
3. IEEE Std. 802.3ae Reference Transmitter vertical eye closure penalty (1% center region of eye) specification is < 0.5 dB.
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Sample: OPTX10+1O13FP
OPTX10+1
O
Code
1
3
4
Wavelength
1550 nm
850 nm
1310 nm
Code
FP
Code
1
3
Connector Type
FC/PC
Fiber Type (µm)
MM 50/125
(850 nm wavelength only)
SM 9/125
IEEE Std. 802.3ae is a registered trademark of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.
UL is a registered trademark of Underwriters Laboratories Inc.
All statements, technical information and recommendations related to the products herein are based upon information believed to be
reliable or accurate. However, the accuracy or completeness thereof is not guaranteed, and no responsibility is assumed for any
inaccuracies. The user assumes all risks and liability whatsoever in connection with the use of a product or its application. JDS Uniphase
reserves the right to change at any time without notice the design, specifications, function, fit or form of its products described herein,
including withdrawal at any time of a product offered for sale herein. JDS Uniphase makes no representations that the products
herein are free from any intellectual property claims of others. Please contact JDS Uniphase for more information. JDS Uniphase and
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Polarization Mode Dispersion Emulator
PMD Series
Key Features
• High accuracy generation of PMD
• Repeatability of ± 0.02 ps
• PE3 emulation range > 125 ps
• PE4 emulation range > 250 ps
• GPIB and RS-232 remote control
Applications
• Testing PMD effects on systems
• Calibration of PMD measuring equipment
Safety Information
Complies to CE requirements plus UL3101-1
and CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 1010.1
The JDS Uniphase Polarization mode dispersion (PMD) Emulator produces a
controlled amount of differential group delay (DGD). It is used for fiberoptic
systems testing, calibration of PMD measurement instruments and PMD
sensitivity measurements in high-speed optical transmission systems.
The instrument separates the incoming light into two discrete polarization
paths. One of the paths passes through an optical delay element, the other
through a matching attenuator, and they are recombined at the output of the
unit. The optical delay element allows precise control of the time delay between
the two polarization state paths, the DGD. The state of polarization at the
output of the instrument is not controlled.
The emulator is a programmable instrument that can be controlled from the
front panel or by the GPIB and RS-232 interfaces.
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POLARIZATION MODE DISPERSION EMULATOR
Specifications
Parameter
Operating wavelength range
Polarization mode dispersion (PMD) emulation range
PMD emulation accuracy at 0 ps setting1
PMD emulation resolution
PMD emulation repeatability2
PMD emulation relative accuracy3
Insertion loss (IL)1, 2, 4
Polarization dispersion loss (PDL)1,3
Return loss (RL)
IN/OUT fiber type
Input voltage
Power consumption
Control
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Humidity
Dimensions (W x H x D)
19-inch (48.26 cm) rackmounting
Weight
PE3
PE4
1250 to 1700 nm
- 30 to 125 ps
- 50 to 250 ps
± 0.1 ps
0.002 ps nominal
± 0.02 ps
± (0.02 ps + 0.05% of PMD)
- 30 to 0 ps ≤ - 3.0 dB
- 0 to 30 ps ≤ - 2.5 dB
30 to 125 ps ≤ - 3.0 dB
- 30 to 0 ps ≤ - 0.5 dB
- 0 to 30 ps ≤ - 0.2 dB
30 to 125 ps ≤ - 0.5 dB
- 50 to 0 ps ≤ - 4.0 dB
- 0 to 100 ps ≤ - 3.0 dB
100 to 250 ps ≤ - 4.0 dB
- 50 to 0 ps ≤ - 1.0 dB
- 0 to 100 ps ≤ - 0.5 dB
100 to 250 ps ≤ - 1.0 dB
> 45 dB
single-mode (SM) 9/125 µm fiber with bulkhead FC connectors
100 to 240 V AC, 50 to 60 Hz
100 V A maximum
GPIB and RS-232 interfaces
0 to 40 °C
- 40 to 60 °C
maximum 95 % non condensing
21.2 x 8.9 x 35.5 cm
2U high, half-rack width
4 kg
1. At 1550 nm and 25 ± 5 °C.
2. At constant temperature.
3. Excluding connectors.
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Sample: PE3+1FP
PE
Code
3
4
+ 1
Model
PE3
PE4
Code
FP
FA
Connector Type
FC/PC
FC/APC
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reliable or accurate. However, the accuracy or completeness thereof is not guaranteed, and no responsibility is assumed for any
inaccuracies. The user assumes all risks and liability whatsoever in connection with the use of a product or its application. JDS Uniphase
reserves the right to change at any time without notice the design, specifications, function, fit or form of its products described herein,
including withdrawal at any time of a product offered for sale herein. JDS Uniphase makes no representations that the products
herein are free from any intellectual property claims of others. Please contact JDS Uniphase for more information. JDS Uniphase and
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Optical Delay
Key Features
• High accuracy
• Repeatability of ± 0.02 ps
• HD3 optical delay range of 170 ps
• HD4 optical delay range of 350 ps
• GPIB and RS-232 remote control
Applications
• Integration into polarization maintaining
fiber (PMF) output test systems
• Phase control in testing reflection effects on
transmitters
• Clock synchronization
Safety Information
Complies to CE requirements plus UL3101-1
and CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 1010.1
The JDS Uniphase Optical Delay instrument produces a controlled amount of
delay by restricting the path length and the optical delay time of transmitted
light in an optical fiber. This instrument can be used in a polarization mode
dispersion (PMD) emulation system or in a PMD interferometric
measurement system to vary the path length in one optical branch of the
system. It can also be used to vary the modulation phase of reflections for the
testing of effects on transmitters.
The insertion loss (IL) is optimized to be lowest at the center of travel. The
display is factory set to read 0 ps at this point.
The instrument is available with single-mode (SM) fiber or PMF. The input and
output FC/PC or FC/APC connectors are front-panel mounted. A zero-offset
function allows the user to set the display to 0 ps at any path time setting. The
Optical Delay is a programmable instrument that can be controlled from the
front panel or by the GPIB and RS-232 interfaces.
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OPTICAL DELAY
Specifications
Parameter
Wavelength range
Optical delay range1
Optical delay accuracy2
Optical delay resolution
Optical delay repeatability3
Insertion loss (IL)1, 2, 4
HD3
HD4
1250 to 1700 nm
- 85 to 85 ps
- 175 to 175 ps
± (0.02 ps + 0.5 % of delay)
0.002 ps nominal
± 0.02 ps
- 15 to 15 ps 1.5 dB
- 50 to 50 ps 1.8 dB
- 85 to 85 ps 2.0 dB
- 15 to 15 ps 0.2 dB
- 50 to 50 ps 0.5 dB
- 85 to 85 ps 1.0 dB
IL variation1, 3
Return loss (RL)4, 5
Polarization dependent loss (PDL)
Extinction ratio
Fiber type
- 30 to 30 ps 2.5 dB
- 100 to 100 ps 3.0 dB
- 175 to 175 ps 4.0 dB
- 30 to 30 ps 0.5 dB
- 100 to 100 ps 1.0 dB
- 175 to 175 ps 2.0 dB
> 55 dB
0.1 dB
> 20 dB polarization maintaining fiber (PMF)version
Single-mode (SM) 9/125 µm fiber with bulkhead FC connectors
SM or PMF
100 to 240 V AC, 50 to 60 Hz
100 V A maximum
GPIB and RS-232 interfaces
0 to 40 °C
- 40 to 60 °C
maximum 95 % non condensing
21.2 x 8.9 x 35.5 cm
2U high, half-rack width
4 kg
Input voltage
Power consumption
Control
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Humidity
Dimensions (W x H x D)
19-inch (48.26 cm) rackmounting
Weight
1. The IL is optimized to be lowest at the center of travel. The display is factory set to
read 0 ps at this point. A different optimization point is available on a custom basis.
2. At 1550 nm and 25 ± 5 °C.
3. At a constant temperature.
4. Excluding connectors.
5. Total of discrete reflections; does not include distributed reflection in fiber.
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Sample: HD3+1SFA
HD
Code
3
4
+ 1
Mode
HD3 (170 ps range)
HD4 (350 ps range)
Code
FP
FA
Connector Type
FC/PC
FC/APC
1. Only with FC/PC
connector type.
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inaccuracies. The user assumes all risks and liability whatsoever in connection with the use of a product or its application. JDS Uniphase
reserves the right to change at any time without notice the design, specifications, function, fit or form of its products described herein,
including withdrawal at any time of a product offered for sale herein. JDS Uniphase makes no representations that the products
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Benchtop Broadband Source
BBS Series
Key Features
• Choice of wavelengths (C- band and L- band)
• Flattened output power spectrums
• High output power density
• High spectral stability
• Optional quad outputs
Applications
•
•
•
•
Optical component spectral tests
Systems compliance tests
Optical measurement systems
Sensors and imaging
Safety Information
Complies to CE requirements plus UL3101-1
and CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 1010.1 Meets the
requirements of Class 3B in standard IEC 608251(2002) and complies with 21CFR1040.10 except
deviations per Laser Notice No. 50, July 2001.
The JDS Uniphase Benchtop BBS series provides a wide wavelength and high
output power source within the 1525 to 1610 nm window. Its superior
performance is achieved by pumping erbium-doped fiber to generate amplified
spontaneous emission combined with specialized optical filters to achieve
optimal flatness over its operating wavelength range.
Through optimization of spectral power density, spectral uniformity and
optical stability, the broadband source maximizes your capabilities of optical
component spectral measurements and systems compliance tests both in
manufacturing and research and development (R&D) environments.
The Benchtop models provide specialized variants and optical performance not
available in the Multiple Application Platform (MAP) product line. Additional
Benchtop BBS models are available in the MAP BBS cassette product line.
INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION
AVOID EXPOSURE TO BEAM
CLASS 3B LASER PRODUCT
(IEC 60825-1, 2002)
MAX. 500 mw, 700-1680 nm
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12
Spectral Density (dBm, 1 nm)
9
6
3
0
-3
-6
-9
-12
-15
-18
1520
1525
1530
1535
1540
1545 1550 1555
Wavelength (nm)
1560
1565
1570
1575
BBS1550+2XX30 C-band 250 mW
BBS1590+2XX00 L-band 20 mW
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Specifications
Parameter
Test band
Operating wavelength range
Spectral gain flatness (maximum)
Gain flattened range
Total output power stability3
Output isolation (minimum)
Input voltage
Power consumption
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Humidity
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Weight
1550
150 mW
Output Power
1550
1590
1590
250 mW
20 mW
150 mW
Output Power
Output Power
Output Power
C-band
L-band
1527 to 1568 nm
1565 to 1610 nm
1.8 dB
2.5 dB
1.8 dB
4.5 dB
1529 to 1565 nm
1570 to 1603 nm
0.02 dB
45 dB
100 to 240 V AC, 50 to 60 Hz
90 V A maximum
0 to 50 °C
- 40 to 70 °C
maximum 95 % RH non condensing from 0 to 45 °C
21.2 x 8.9 x 35.5 cm
< 4 kg
1. Measured at 1547 nm (C-band) at 23 °C.
2. Measured at 1586 nm (L-band) at 23 °C.
3. Over one hour at 23 °C, after one hour of warm-up.
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Sample : BBS1550+2FP02
BBS
Code
1550
1590
+ 2
Code
0
4
Model
C-band, 1527 to 1568 nm
L-band, 1565 to 1610 nm
Code
FP
FA
SC
SU
Connector Type
FC/PC
FC/APC
SC/PC
SC/APC
Code
0
2
3
Connectors
Standard one output connector
Optional four output connectors
for BBS1550
Output power
Standard output power
(available for BBS1590)
150 mW output power
(available for BBS1550 and BBS1590)
250 mW output power
(available for BBS1550)
Standard Accessories
Part Number
Description
ED000899-A-00 Standard 19-inch rackmount kit
Optional Accessories
Part Number
Description
ED000899-A-01 Rackmount kit (Japan)
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inaccuracies. The user assumes all risks and liability whatsoever in connection with the use of a product or its application. JDS Uniphase
reserves the right to change at any time without notice the design, specifications, function, fit or form of its products described herein,
including withdrawal at any time of a product offered for sale herein. JDS Uniphase makes no representations that the products
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Meters
JDS Uniphase manufactures unique meters capable of
testing critical characterization parameters such as
insertion loss (IL), return loss (RL) or backreflection and
polarization dependent loss (PDL). Our precision-built
backreflection meters, multichannel backreflection
meters and polarization dependent loss multimeters
form an essential part of any testing solution.
JDS Uniphase Backreflection Meters are measurement
instruments for single-mode or multimode testing.
These meters are extremely stable due to their superior
optical design.
The Backreflection Meter is ideal for connector
manufacturing testing, due to its compact size and
integrated rechargeable battery.
An integrated optical switch distinguishes the
Multichannel Backreflection Meter. The switch is
included in the meter calibration, so that the RL
measurement range of 75 dB is maintained. The meter
is an excellent choice for high-volume production
testing where there is a mix of connector types. It is
ideal for testing multiple connector port devices,
splitters, and ribbon cables.
The JDS Uniphase PDL Multimeters simultaneously
measure PDL and IL in less than two seconds and also
measure RL. The PDL and IL are calculated using the
Mueller method, standardized under IEC (613)00-3-12,
which makes the multimeters ideal for the
manufacturing of PDL-sensitive components (such as
isolators, dense wavelength division multiplexers
(DWDMs), fiber bragg gratings (FBG), optical
circulators, switches, attenuators, and couplers).
Included in This Section
Backreflection Meter
153
Multichannel Backreflection Meter
155
PDL Multimeter
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Backreflection Meter
Key Features
• Wide wavelength range
• IL and backreflection capability
• Typical backreflection power sensitivity of - 75 dB
• IL and power measurements to - 80 dBm
• Convenient foot pedal for data logging
• Direct display of measured backreflection,
power, or insertion loss
• Compensation for extraneous backreflection
for accurate backreflection measurements
• Calibration can be verified using calibrated
reference jumpers
• User-calibration mode
• Transit case for safer and easier portability
Applications
•
•
•
•
Connector backreflection/loss testing
Component testing
Installation verification
Quality assurance acceptance testing
Safety Information
Complies to CE requirements plus UL3101-1
and CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 1010.1 Meets the
requirements of Class 1 in standard
IEC 60825-1(2002) and complies with
21CFR1040.10 except deviations per Laser
Notice No. 50, July 2001.
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
(IEC 60825-1, 2002)
The JDS Uniphase Backreflection Meter is a convenient, portable, direct-display
instrument used for the measurement of backreflection, insertion loss, and
power of connectors, components, and systems. With a single output port, the
meter is ideal for jumper manufacturers.
The meter can be equipped with one or two built-in laser sources. Sources
available are: 850, 1310 and 1550 nm for multimode meters, and 980, 1310,
1480, 1490, 1550, 1625 and 1650 nm for single-mode meters.
The use of an FC/APC ultra-low backreflection connector on the output port
enables the use of hybrid jumpers to accommodate measurements with various
connector types without compromising the backreflection measurement range.
When a device under test (DUT) is connected to the jumper and the DUT
output is terminated, the backreflection of the DUT is displayed. The meter's
superior optics are very stable at low backreflection levels. Insertion loss (IL)
and power can be measured to - 80 dBm.
Other features include compensation for extraneous backreflection, useradjustable calibration, an internal rechargeable battery for field portability, a
transit carrying case, and a convenient foot pedal for data logging to a
computer or serial printer via the instrument's serial port.
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Specifications
Parameter
Single-mode (SM)
Multimode (MM)
(5/125 µm)
(9/125 µm)
(50/125 µm and 62.5/125 µm)
980 ± 10 nm
1310, 1480, 1490,
850, 1310, 1550 ± 20 nm
1550, 1625, 1650 ± 10 nm
0 to - 65 dB1
0 to - 75 dB
0 to - 40 dB1
2
± 0.4 dB
± 0.7 dB3
2 mm InGaAs
3 mm InGaAs
0 to - 80 dBm
0 to - 60 dBm
± 0.25 dB (typical) at - 10 dB4, 5
± 0.25 dBm (typical) at - 10 dBm5
± 0.05 dB (< 5 dB loss), ± 0.15 dB (> 5 dB loss)4
± 0.15 dB5,6
RS-232 (GPIB optional)
100 to 240 V AC, 50 to 60 Hz
30 V A maximum
16 character LCD
0 to 40 °C
- 40 to 70 °C
Maximum 95 % RH from 0 to 40 °C
26 x 11 x 26 cm
4 kg
Operating wavelengths
Backreflection range
Relative accuracy - backreflection
Detector type
Power range
Absolute power accuracy
Relative accuracy - power
Remote interface
Input voltage
Power consumption
Display
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Humidity
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Weight
1. Reduced backreflection accuracy in the last 10 dB of range based on termination
3. Following the user-calibration procedure at the recommended interval. For simple
effectiveness. Depending on the measurement setup, measurements with lower levels are
possible at reduced accuracy.
reflections, such as flat-end connectors.
4. Add ± 0.1 dB between - 70 and - 80 dBm.
2. For a typical application add ± 0.4 dB for readings between - 60 and - 67 dB. Add ± 0.8
dB for readings between - 67 and - 72 dB. Add ± 1.5 dB for readings between - 72 and -
5. Immediately after performing a dark measurement. Not including the 1650 nm source.
6. Add ± 0.1 dB between 0-3 dBm and between - 35 and - 40 dBm.
75 dB.
Ordering Information
For more information on this or other products and their availability, please contact your local JDS Uniphase account manager
or JDS Uniphase directly at 1-800-498-JDSU (5378) in North America and +800-5378-JDSU worldwide or via e-mail at [email protected]
Sample: RM3750+1FA7
RM3
Code
1
2
3
4
5
6
8
9
7
A
B
C
H
J
M
5 0 + 1
Light Source Wavelength (nm)
850
980
1310
1480
1550
1625
1650
850/1310
1310/1550
1550/1625
1550/1650
1480/1550
1490/1550
1490/1625
1310/1625
Code
FA
SU
Connector Type
FC/APC
SC/APC
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Code
8
7
1
2
Fiber Type (µm)
5/125
9/125
50/125
62.5/125
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All statements, technical information and recommendations related to the products herein are based upon information believed to be
reliable or accurate. However, the accuracy or completeness thereof is not guaranteed, and no responsibility is assumed for any
inaccuracies. The user assumes all risks and liability whatsoever in connection with the use of a product or its application. JDS Uniphase
reserves the right to change at any time without notice the design, specifications, function, fit or form of its products described herein,
including withdrawal at any time of a product offered for sale herein. JDS Uniphase makes no representations that the products
herein are free from any intellectual property claims of others. Please contact JDS Uniphase for more information. JDS Uniphase and
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Multichannel Backreflection Meter
Key Features
• SM and MM models available
• Measurements at 850, 1310, 1480, 1490,
1550, 1625 or 1650 nm
• Integrated switch included in the calibration
• Multidisplay mode
Applications
• SM fiber connector and
component testing
• Ribbon fiber measurements
• MM fiber connector testing
Safety Information
Complies to CE requirements plus
UL3101-1 and CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 1010.1
Meets the requirements of Class 1 in standard
IEC 60825-1(2002) and complies with
21CFR1040.10 except deviations per Laser
Notice No. 50, July 2001.
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
(IEC 60825-1, 2002)
The JDS Uniphase Multichannel Backreflection Meter performs a wide range of
single-mode (SM) or multimode (MM) return loss (RL) and loss measurement
functions, ranging from single component testing to automated multifiber
testing. The primary functions of high sensitivity RL measurements and power
measurements can be augmented by adding multiple output ports and multiple
internal light sources.
The meter is available with 1, 4, 8, 12, 16, 20 or 24 output ports. A multidisplay
mode lets the viewer see multiple test results at a glance.
The meter is used for single fiber and ribbon fiber connector measurements.
The use of hybrid jumpers allow a quick change of the connector type without
limiting the RL range. The meter is also available with 2 or 3 internal sources for
measurements at 850, 1310, 1480, 1490, 1550, 1625 or 1650 nm.
The 2-mm InGaAs detector is particularly useful for high sensitivity single fiber
applications. The 5-mm Ge detector is an economical solution for
measurements of ribbon fiber connectors and can accurately measure
connectors with up to 8 MM and 12 SM fibers. The large surface 10-mm
InGaAs detector is ideal for measurements of larger fiber count ribbon
connectors, and can be used with wavelengths extending in the L-band. One FC
detector adapter is supplied with the unit, and other adapters, such as
MTP/MPO or MU for ribbon fiber connector types, are also available.
The meter is supplied with one calibrated hybrid jumper for calibration
purposes and one hybrid test jumper for measurement purposes. Both jumpers
are equipped with an FC/APC connector on one end (for the output port of the
meter) and an FC/PC connector on the other end. Uncalibrated hybrid jumpers
for measurements with other connector types are also available.
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Specifications
Parameter
Operating wavelengths
Outputs
Detector type
Power range1
Relative power accuracy5, 9
Relative power accuracy (5 dB range)5, 9
Backreflection range1, 2, 9
Relative backreflection accuracy3, 9
Relative backreflection accuracy (5 dB range)3, 9
Absolute power accuracy
Backreflection resolution
Power resolution
Input voltage
Power consumption
Single-mode (SM)
Multimode (MM)
1310, 1480, 1490, 1550, 1625, 1650 ± 10 nm
850, 1310, 1550 ± 20 nm
1, 4, 8, 12, 16, 20 or 24
2 mm
5 mm
10 mm
3 mm
5 mm
10 mm
InGaAs
Ge8
InGaAs
InGaAs
Ge8
InGaAs
3 to - 80
3 to - 40
- 5 to - 40
3 to - 60 3 to - 40
5 to - 40
dBm
dBm
dBm
dBm
dBm
dBm
± 0.15 dB6
± 0.15 dB7
± 0.05 dB6
± 0.15 dB7
0 to - 75 dB
0 to - 40 dB
± 0.4 dB4
± 0.7 dB
± 0.3 dB4
± 0.7 dB
± 0.25 dB typical at - 10 dBm
0.1 dB
0.01 dB
100 to 240 V AC, 50 to 60 Hz
80 V A maximum
1. Depending on the measurement setup, measurements with lower levels are possible at reduced accuracy.
2. Reduced backreflection accuracy in the last 10 dB of range based on termination effectiveness. Depending on
the measurement setup, measurements with lower levels are possible at reduced accuracy.
3. Following the user-calibration procedure at the recommended interval.
4. For a typical application, add ± 0.4 dB for readings between - 60 and - 67 dB. Add ± 0.8 dB for readings
between - 67 and - 72 dB. Add ± 1.5 dB for readings between - 72 and - 75 dB.
5. Immediately after performing a dark measurement.
6. Add ± 0.1 dB between 0 and 3 dBm and in the last 10 dB of the range.
7. Add ± 0.1 dB between 0 and 3 dBm and in the last 5 dB of the range.
8. 5 mm Ge detector can accurately measure ribbon fiber connectors with up to 8 MM or 12 SM fibers at
wavelengths up to 1600 nm.
9. Measured at ambient temperature ± 3 °C. Not including 1650 nm source.
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Sample: RX3070+1122FA7
RX30
Code
1
3
4
5
6
8
9
7
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
J
K
L
M
0 + 1
Source Wavelength (nm)
850
1310
1480
1550
1625
1650
850/1310
1310/1550
1550/1625
1550/1650
1480/1550
1310/1480/1550
1310/1550/1625
1480/1550/1625
850/1310/1550
1490/1550
1490/1625
1310/1490/1550
1490/1550/1625
1310/1625
Code
01
04
08
12
20
16
24
Number of
Output Channels
1 output channel
4 output channels
8 output channels
12 output
channels
20 output
channels
16 output
channels
24 output
channels
Code
1
2
3
Code
Connector
Type
FC/APC
SC/APC
FA
SU
Code
7
1
2
Fiber Type (µm)
9/125
50/125
62.5/125
Detector Type
2 or 3 mm InGaAs
5 mm Ge
10 mm InGaAs
Optional Accessories
See Accessories document/section for available detector adapters.
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inaccuracies. The user assumes all risks and liability whatsoever in connection with the use of a product or its application. JDS Uniphase
reserves the right to change at any time without notice the design, specifications, function, fit or form of its products described herein,
including withdrawal at any time of a product offered for sale herein. JDS Uniphase makes no representations that the products
herein are free from any intellectual property claims of others. Please contact JDS Uniphase for more information. JDS Uniphase and
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Polarization Dependent Loss Multimeter
PDL Series
Key Features
• Uses the Mueller method
• Rapidly changes from PDL and IL to RL measurements
• Measurements take only a few seconds
• Displays IL and PDL simultaneously
• External tunable source capability
• GPIB and RS-232 remote control
• Integrated PDL standard source
Applications
• Passive component qualifications
• Optical attenuator specifications
• Optical switch specifications
Safety Information
Complies to CE requirements plus UL3101-1
and CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 1010.1 Meets the
requirements of Class 1 in standard
IEC 60825-1(2002) and complies with
21CFR1040.10 except deviations per
Laser Notice No. 50, July 2001.
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
(IEC 60825-1, 2002)
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The JDS Uniphase Polarization Dependent Loss (PDL) Multimeter is the fastest
and most accurate multimeter available. It measures PDL of single-mode (SM)
fiberoptic components using either an internal laser or an external source. The
multimeter measures the loss of a device under test (DUT) for four
independent input polarization states. The PDL and the average loss over all
polarization states are calculated using the Mueller matrix, internationally
standardized under IEC (613)00-3-12.
The multimeter easily and rapidly changes from measuring PDL and insertion
loss (IL) to measuring return loss (RL) or power. The PDL and IL are measured
and displayed simultaneously in less than two seconds.
The multimeters have a sophisticated optical design that compensates for
changes in optical power at the internal reference detector. The design ensures
accurate loss measurements regardless of drift in the source power or the
coupling efficiency of the input light through the polarization state controller.
The integrated PDL standard source is particularly convenient for verifying the
meter's calibration. An external tunable laser or two fixed laser sources can be
selected for various wavelength measurements. The multimeter is ideal for
PDL-sensitive components, such as isolators, dense wavelength division
multiplexers (DWDMs), fiber Bragg gratings (FBGs), optical circulators,
switches, attenuators, couplers and other devices for which high test accuracy
and optimum production speed are crucial.
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Two models are available: a single internal laser source model and a dual
internal laser source model. The internal lasers available for the single internal
laser source are: 980, 1310, 1480, 1550, 1625, or 1650 nm. The dual internal laser
sources available are: 1310/1550, 1550/1625, 1550/1650, 1480/1550 nm. Other
accessories, such as detector adapters and hybrid jumpers, are also available.
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Specifications
Parameter
Built-in laser type Fabry-Perot
Fiber type
1060IEC 61300-3-12
PS30 X 0 and PS36 X 0 Models
PS3 X 20 Models
1310,1480,1550,1625,1650 ± 10nm
980 ± 10nm
9/125 µm single-mode (SM)
5/125 µm Flexcor
Polarization dependence of attenuation of a SM
fiberoptic component: matrix calculation method
Polarization dependent loss (PDL) and average loss measurements (ALM)
Resolution
0.01, 0.001, or 0.0001 dB
Optimization
1550 nm
1310 nm
980 nm
Absolute accuracy
PDL 960 to 1060 nm (maximum)
N/A
N/A
± (0.005 dB + 5 %
of PDL) dB
PDL 960 to 1060 nm (typical)
N/A
N/A
± (0.002 dB + 1 %
PDL) dB
PDL 1455 to 1665 nm (maximum)
± (0.005 dB
± (0.010 dB
N/A
+ 5 % of PDL) dB
+ 5 % of PDL) dB
PDL 1455 to 1665 nm (typical)
± (0.002 dB
± (0.004 dB
N/A
+ 1 % of PDL) dB
+ 2 % of PDL) dB
PDL 1250 to 1350 nm (maximum)
± (0.010 dB dB
± (0.005 dB
N/A
+ 5 % of PDL)
+ 5 % of PDL) dB
PDL 1250 to 1350 nm (typical)
± (0.004 dB
± (0.002 dB
N/A
+ 2 % of PDL) dB
+ 1 % of PDL) dB
Lav insertion loss (IL)
± (0.05 dB + 2 % of Lav) dB
Power
± 0.25 dB at - 10 dBm
Repeatability
PDL
± (0.001+ 5 % of PDL) dB
Lav accuracy
± (0.001+ 2 % of Lav) dB
Dynamic range1
PDL range2
0 to 5 dB
Lav IL (InGaAs 3 mm)
> 60 dB
General
Input voltage
100 to 240 V AC, 50 to 60 Hz
Power consumption
100 V A maximum
Rackmounting 19-inch (48.26 cm)
2 U high, half-rack width
Operating temperature
0 to 40°C
Storage temperature
- 40 to 60 °C
Humidity
maximum 95 % up to 40 °C decreasing 5 % per °C from 40 to 60 °C
Dimensions (W x H x D)
21.2 x 8.9 x 35.5 cm
Weight
4 kg
(For multimeters with return loss (RL) options only) - PS36 x 0
Resolution
1, 0.1, or 0.01 dB
Accuracy
± 1.0 dB
Repeatability
± 0.7 dB
Return loss (RL) range for - 15 dBm output power3
> 60 dB
1. A measurement taken with output power less than - 25 dBm for the internal source and 30 dBm (dynamic range for - 10 dBm at external input with the input fiber to the
multimeter optimized for the most power) for an external source present at the
2. Higher PDLs can be measured with reduced accuracy.
3. Output power is about 3 dB higher in RL mode than in power mode. Therefore, full RL
range is obtained when the measured output power in power mode is - 18 dBm.
multimeter's front panel detector can reduce resolution and/or accuracy.
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Sample: PS3650+25
PS3
Code
0
6
0 + 2
Optical RL
Without
With
Code
0
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
A
B
C
H
J
M
Light Source
Wavelength (nm)
Without
980
1310
1480
1550
1625
1310/1550
1650
1550/1625
1550/1650
1480/1550
1490/1550
1490/1625
1310/1625
Code
2
3
5
Optimized
Wavelength (nm)
9801
1310
15502
1. Only for models with a 980 nm internal source.
2. Standard.
The multimeter includes: two FC/APC connectors (one at the OUT port and another at the
IN port); an FC detector adapter and detector cap for the front panel detector; one FC/APCFC/PC test jumpers and, for the RL option, a calibrated jumper; an AC power cord; and a 19inch rackmount kit. The GPIB and RS-232 interfaces are standard.
UL is a registered trademark of Underwriters Laboratories Inc.
Flexcor is a trademark of Corning Incorporated.
All statements, technical information and recommendations related to the products herein are based upon information believed to be
reliable or accurate. However, the accuracy or completeness thereof is not guaranteed, and no responsibility is assumed for any
inaccuracies. The user assumes all risks and liability whatsoever in connection with the use of a product or its application. JDS Uniphase
reserves the right to change at any time without notice the design, specifications, function, fit or form of its products described herein,
including withdrawal at any time of a product offered for sale herein. JDS Uniphase makes no representations that the products
herein are free from any intellectual property claims of others. Please contact JDS Uniphase for more information. JDS Uniphase and
the JDS Uniphase logo are trademarks of JDS Uniphase Corporation. Other trademarks are the property of their respective holders.
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Environmental Test Systems
Long term reliability and environmental testing of optical
components and qualification to Telcordia specifications is used by
manufacturers in the design process, and is required by purchasers
as part of the incoming inspection process to ensure that
components meet specifications. This type of testing is also useful
for product integrity auditing and quality control. The Optical
Component Environmental Test System (OCETS) addresses these
considerations.
By adding the SWS2000 high performance dense wavelength
division multiplexing (DWDM) tester to the OCETS and switching
to the SWS-EMA (Environmental Measurement Application)
software package, the SWS can utilize the high performance,
switching matrix of the OCETS to extend its own performance to
the reliability and environmental testing of wavelength division
multiplexing (WDM) and DWDM components, which require
highly resolved wavelength insertion loss and polarization
dependent loss testing.
Included in This Section
Environmental Test Systems
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Environmental Test Systems
Key Features
• Up to 160 device channels
• Unattended long term operation
• Very high repeatability
• Measures parameters required in Telcordia
GR-326-CORE, GR-910-CORE, GR-1209-CORE,
GR-1221-CORE
• Tests all classes of passive optical components
(broadband to dense wavelength division multiplexing
(DWDM))
• Ultra-low return loss (RL) (65 dB) option
• Polarization dependent loss (PDL) measurement option
• Multimode (MM) fiber option
In order to be incorporated into modules and transmission systems, fiberoptic
manufacturers must show that their devices meet the relevant standards for
performance and reliability. Standards vary between industries, but some
element of testing over an extended temperature and humidity range is required.
All standards require that a representative number of samples of the device be
subjected to a program of environmental challenges, high and low temperature
storage, and temperature cycling. An environmental testing program might
consist of 3 to 6 stages of temperature/humidity challenges. The device
characteristics are required to be measured before and after each stage, and in
some cases continuously or at intervals during the stage. Removing all the
devices from the environmental chamber for optical measurements is simply not
practical. It is this measurement requirement for which the JDS Uniphase
Environmental Test Systems have been designed.
Our Environmental Test Systems are integrated automated test facilities intended
for long-term reliability testing of optical components under environmental
stress conditions, such as those called for in Telcordia specification GR-326CORE, GR-910-CORE, GR-1209-CORE and GR-1221-CORE. Components
under test are subjected to a range of environmental conditions in a test
chamber, usually over a period of many weeks. Chamber conditions are logged
at specified time intervals during the test and the required parameters for
each device under test (DUT) are measured. User selected parameters are
calculated from these responses and are logged along with the time and
environmental data.
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N
DUT
DUT
...
Sw5
...
Sw4
3
DUT
3
N
COUPLER
ILref 2
2 ILref
RLref 1
1 RLref
Sw2
Sw1
1310 nm
COUPLER
Sw3
LASER
SOURCE
BOX
Sw7
1550 nm
Polarization
Controller
POWER METER
Typical Bidirectional Test Configuration
At the core of the Environmental Test System is a pair of high quality JDS
Uniphase programmable switches (1 x N configuration). The switches feature an
industry-best repeatability of ± 0.003 dB.
These switches, combined with the appropriate source and monitoring hardware
plus dedicated software, create a fully automated turnkey measurement facility.
An optional polarization controller is installed when PDL measurements are
required. A personal computer (supplied) is used to set up the tests, control the
measurements and monitor the results. The systems were designed to meet in
house JDS Uniphase needs and have been in service for over 10 years.
Two types of Environmental Test systems are available:
• the Optical Component Environmental Test System (OCETS) - suitable for
measurements on wideband devices such as splitters, isolators, switches,
connectors, jumpers, cable assemblies.
• a high wavelength resolution Swept Wavelength System - Environmental
Monitoring Application (SWS-EMA) version - suitable for all types of
DWDM devices, including interleavers, couplers, and etalons.
Both systems fully characterize all required parameters of their respective devices.
The OCETS system can, by addition of a Swept Wavelength System, be converted
into the SWS-EMA. In this way, a system, bought for the reliability measurement
of relatively simple wideband components, can be upgraded to a system for the
measurement of more complex devices needing high wavelength resolution.
Once upgraded, the hybrid Environmental Monitoring Systems can easily be
switched between the two functions. Both systems route test signals to and from
the DUT with JDS Uniphase SC series switches. Such an upgrade would utilize
the existing OCETS SC series switch array with a separate dedicated software
application package for high wavelength resolution measurements.
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Optical Component Environmental Test System
OCETS Series
Key Features
• Automated long-duration testing capability
• Bi-directional testing
• Multi-channel operation
• Multi-wavelength versatility
• Wavelengths include dense wavelength division
multiplexing (DWDM), course wavelength division
multiplexing (CWDM), or fiber-to-the-home (FTTH)
• Tunable sources or BBS with filter also available
• PDL measurement capability
• Multi-test capability, add more tests while a
previous test runs
• Compatibility with many environmental chambers
• High repeatability
• Ultra-low RL to - 65 dB (optional)
• Single-mode (SM) and multimode (MM) capability
The OCETS system uses a combination of up to 4 internal Fabry-Perot lasers, a
broadband source/filter or an external source. The light from any of these sources
can be routed to either end of each device under test (DUT) in turn. The power
meter measures either the insertion loss (IL) through the DUTs, in either
direction, or the backreflection from either end. A polarization controller option
can be added to enable PDL to be measured. The OCETS software co-ordinates
the switches, so that for each batch of DUTs, a line created in the "batch file" will
define any combination of wavelength, direction and parameter choices. Software
flexibility is built in and multiple lines in the file can be defined to run any
number of tests at any of the installed wavelengths on the batch of components;
multiple batches are defined when differing sets of tests are required.
Safety Information
Complies to CE requirements plus UL3101.1
and CAN/CSA-C22.2 No.1010.1. The Laser
Source Box is a Class 1 laser. It is classified per
IEC standard 60825-1(2002) and complies with
21CFR1040.10 except deviations per Laser
Notice No. 50, July 2001.
INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION
AVOID EXPOSURE TO BEAM
CLASS 3B LASER PRODUCT
(IEC 60825-1, 2002)
MAX. 500 mw, 700-1680 nm
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
(IEC 60825-1, 2002)
A second and subsequent test can be added for additional sets of DUTs, up to
the switch capacity limit, while the first test is running. In this way, an
environmental chamber running a long term damp heat test on a first
prototype, for example,
could
evaluate
the
performance of product
improvements by installing
later devices in the chamber
and
configuring
a
second test to run with
the same conditions and
measurements.
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TEST SYSTEMS (OCETS)
Specifications
Optical Component Environmental Test System (OCETS)
Parameter
Single-mode (SM)
Fiber type
9/125 µm fiber, standard 3 mm jacket
Fiber length
Insertion loss (IL) repeatability
IL dynamic range
Return loss (RL) repeatability
Polarization repeatability
Measurement timing
Sources available (up to 4 internal, 1 external)3
Optical power at device under test (DUT)
Source stability at 23 °C
General
Number of channels
Number of reference channels
Switch lifetime
Equipment warm-up time
Input voltage
Power consumption
Computer control
Mechanical configuration
Operating temperature
Operating humidity
5m
± 0.04 dB over 100 hours
> 75 dB
± 0.5 dB up to 55 dB over 100 hours1
± 1 dB up to 65 dB over 100 hours2
± 0.08 dB over 100 hours with fusion splices joining
SW4 and SW5 and minimum system configuration
IL/RL < 2 s/measurement
High RL, PDL < 5 s/measurement
1310, 1490,1550, 1625 ± 10 nm
Fabry-Perot Laser
> - 10 dBm
± 0.01 dB for 20 minutes ±
1 dB for 2000 hours
Multimode (MM)
50/125 µm or 62.5/125 µm fiber,
standard 3 mm jacket
5m
± 0.04 dB over 100 hours
> 55 dB
± 0.5 dB up to 30 dB over 100 hours1
N/A
IL/RL < 2 s/measurement
850, 1310, 1550 ± 20 nm
Light emitting diode (LED)
> - 25 dBm
± 2 nm center wavelength
for 2000 hours
160 input, 160 output
2
> 10 million cycles
4 hours, can be left on indefinitely with no adverse effects
220 V AC, 50 Hz and 100 V AC, 60 Hz
100 V A maximum
PC supplied
National Instruments GPIB controller board installed
OCETS software and environmental chamber driver installed
Print out to any Windows printer
Data file format compatible with Windows-based spreadsheets
The equipment, excluding the computer, is installed in
a single full height, 19-inch (48.26 cm) rack
W x H x D = 22 x 72 x 36 inches
Accessibility to lasers and power meter for periodic calibration
Rack fans, replaceable air filter
The computer can be located on a table at a maximum
distance of 5 m from the equipment rack
15 to 30 °C range. Maximum variation range during a test: 3 °C
0 to 80 % RH range. Maximum variation range during a test: 15 % RH
1. Valid for 5 m pigtails with no connectors, or FC/APC connectors. For longer pigtails and /or other connector types, contact JDS Uniphase for specifications.
2. High backreflection version is available for pigtailed fibers up to 5 m or APC connected fibers up to 5 m only.
3. Custom options also available.
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Ordering Information for OCETS
Sample: OCETS100+177PHNC
OCETS
+
1
Code
P
N
Code
035
070
105
130
160
Number of Channels
35
70
105
130
160
Code
7
1
2
Code
9
7
V
PDL
With PDL
Without
PDL
Fiber Type (µm)
9/125
50/125
62.5/125
Code
FA
NC
Code
S
H
Connector Type
FC/APC
No connector
Return Loss Option
Standard
Ultra-high
Source Wavelength (nm)
850/1310
1310/1550
1310/1490/1550/1625
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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reliable or accurate. However, the accuracy or completeness thereof is not guaranteed, and no responsibility is assumed for any
inaccuracies. The user assumes all risks and liability whatsoever in connection with the use of a product or its application. JDS Uniphase
reserves the right to change at any time without notice the design, specifications, function, fit or form of its products described herein,
including withdrawal at any time of a product offered for sale herein. JDS Uniphase makes no representations that the products
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SWEPT WAVELENGTH SYSTEM-ENVIRONMENTAL
MONITORING APPLICATION (SWS-EMA)
Swept Wavelength System - Environmental Monitoring Application
SWS-EMA Series
Key Features
• Automated long-duration testing capability
• Multi-channel operation - up to 160 channels
• C+L- and S-band range
• SWS transmitters can be used
• Very high wavelength resolution - 1 pm
• High wavelength accuracy ± 2 pm
• High repeatability
• PDL measurement capability
• Ideally suited for multi-channel dense wavelength division
multiplexing (DWDM) devices
• User flagged if device fails pre-set criteria
Safety Information
Complies to CE requirements plus UL3101.1
and CAN/CSA - C22.2 No. 1010.1. The laser
source in the Source Optics Controller
(SWS20010) is a class 1 laser. The Tunable Laser
Source (SWS17101) is a class 3B laser. Both are
classified per IEC standard 60825-1(2002) and
comply with 21CFR1040.10 except deviations
per Laser Notice No. 50, July 2001.
INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION
AVOID EXPOSURE TO BEAM
CLASS 3B LASER PRODUCT
(IEC 60825-1, 2002)
MAX. 500 mw, 700-1680 nm
This reliability test system combines the excellent repeatability and reliability of
JDS Uniphase switches with the high wavelength resolution and stability of the
SWS. The SWS uses a tunable laser. The receiver, which is wavelength
synchronized, records the power transmitted by each device under test (DUT)
in turn at 3 pm intervals. Two levels of power referencing ensure that short and
long term optical power fluctuations or drift do not compromise the
measurements.
A polarization controller can be added to enable PDL measurements to be made
by Mueller Matrix calculation.
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
(IEC 60825-1, 2002)
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SWS TRANSMITTER
SWEPT WAVELENGTH
SYSTEM ENVIRONMENTAL
MONITORING APPLICATION
SOURCE
OPTICS MODULE
(SWS20010-B-2)
C+L-band
TUNABLE LASER
(SWS17101)
DUT 1
50 / 50
COUPLER
DUT 2
OUTPUT
SWITCH
INPUT
SWITCH
DUT n
REFERENCE
ARTIFACTS
GAS REFERENCE CELL
Swept Wavelength System Environmental Monitoring Application
Each Device Output Port Set-up Includes:
• Output description - name for this port, for example, Through channel,
Drop, ITU 191.95
• Connection to optical switches - which switch channels
is device connected to
• Type of trace, parameters to be calculated, for example, BandPass,
BandStop, Etalon
• Channel set-up (Center Frequency, FSR)
• Specification list (see Specification Manager)
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Continued
In the test software set up, each output for each device is given a name. Assigned
to that name are the switch connections and a specification file describing the
measurements required and the acceptance limits for that output. Complete
flexibility is afforded with this scheme, any output of any device can have
different properties, and be measured in different ways with different
acceptance limits.
Typical Output View Showing Trend with Time
The Specification Manager is used to create one or more custom specification
lists for the test to be undertaken. The user selects appropriate specifications
from a master list, and can additionally customize any specification for the test.
The DUTs tested might have the same specification or different specification,
and might be used for the different outputs of different devices.
Each of the available measurement parameters (see list) can be modified to suit
user needs, the name can be adapted to suit local conventions, Pass/Fail criteria
can be defined, and wavelength or frequency and units can be chosen.
Available Measurement Parameters Include:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
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Actual center wavelength
Offset of center wavelength from ITU
Bandwidth at xdB threshold
Effective bandwidth
IL - at actual center or on ITU
Flatness across passband
Ripple across passband
Crosstalk - left, right or total
PDL - at actual center or on ITU
Average FSR for interleaver
Uniformity of interleaver bands
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Specifications
Swept Wavelength System - Environmental Monitoring Application (SWS-EMA) Option
System Performance
Single Output Source Optics Module
Wavelength range
1520 to 1630 nm C+L-band
1420 to 1530 nm S-band
Absolute wavelength accuracy
± 2 pm
Measurement resolution
1 pm
Maximum number of device channels
160 input, 160 output
Minimum test interval
6 minutes
Minimum test duration
1 hour
Loss measurement repeatability1
± 0.05 dB (0 to 25 dB device IL)
includes polarization state averaged IL
± 0.10 dB (25 to 45 dB device IL)
Loss measurement resolution
0.01 dB
RL measurement range
55 dB
Polarization dependent loss (PDL) measurement repeatability1,2 ± 0.02 dB (0 to 20 dB device IL)
PDL measurement resolution
0.01 dB
Maximum slope resolution
10 dB/pm (0 to 30 dB device IL)
Measurement time
IL mode
10 s per device port (any measurement)
PDL mode
40 s per device port (any measurement)
Scan speed
20 nm/s
1. System monitors changes (with respect to initial conditions) in IL and PDL during environmental challenges.
2. Using SWS15107-A PDL, optimized Detector Modules.
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Ordering Information
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Ordering Information for SWS-EMA
Please contact a JDS Uniphase customer service
representative to order a SWS-EMA system. For
practical help on setting-up an environmental test
program, visit:
www.jdsu.com/instrumentation
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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All statements, technical information and recommendations related to the products herein are based upon information believed to be
reliable or accurate. However, the accuracy or completeness thereof is not guaranteed, and no responsibility is assumed for any
inaccuracies. The user assumes all risks and liability whatsoever in connection with the use of a product or its application. JDS Uniphase
reserves the right to change at any time without notice the design, specifications, function, fit or form of its products described herein,
including withdrawal at any time of a product offered for sale herein. JDS Uniphase makes no representations that the products
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Swept Wavelength Systems
Devices designed for use in dense wavelength division
multiplexed (DWDM) systems must be characterized
as a function of wavelength. Typical characterization
parameters include insertion loss (IL), polarization
dependent loss (PDL) and return loss (RL). Advanced
devices for higher speed, wavelength routed, or long
haul systems may require measurement of the
chromatic dispersion and polarization mode
dispersion or differential group delay.
The JDS Uniphase Swept Wavelength Systems (SWS)
are specifically designed to rapidly measure these
parameters at high wavelength resolution, high
dynamic range and on multiple channel devices, while
limiting capital costs. The SWS supports the
distributed architecture model. In this model, a single
wavelength source can be distributed to eight
independent test stations. This reduces the capital cost
by sharing one tunable laser source between all
stations. The system is available in two versions.
The SWS2000 is the basic system for component
characterization. It supports insertion loss, polarization
dependent loss and return loss measurements.
The SWS-OMNI is an upgrade to the SWS2000 that
allows measurements of chromatic dispersion and
differential group delay. The SWS-OMNI uses the
industry-standard phase shift method for the
chromatic dispersion measurements.
Included in This Section
SWS2000
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Swept Wavelength System
SWS2000 Series
Key Features
• Scalable architecture - add more stations any time
• ± 0.002 nm absolute wavelength accuracy
• Up to 128 detector channels available per station
• Remote source laser can be shared by up to 8 workstations
• High speed scanning (user controllable) up to 40 nm/s
• Flexible easy-to-use software
• Customized applications through dynamic link libraries
(DLLs)
• 24/7 service and support
Applications
• Optical component and module
characterization in both R&D and
manufacturing environments
- ROADMs, Wavelength Switches,
Wavelength Blockers
- Circuit Packs
- Dense wavelength division multiplexing
(DWDM), Coarse wavelength division
multiplexing (CWDM)
- Tunable Filters, Couplers, Splitters,
Switches, Attenuators, Fiber Bragg Gratings
(FBGs), Interleavers, Dichroic Filters
- Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems
(MEMS) and Waveguide Devices
Safety Information
Complies to CE requirements plus UL3101.1
and CAN/CSA - C22.2 No. 1010.1. The laser
source in the Source Optics Module (SWS20010)
is a class 1. The Tunable Laser Source
(SWS17101 and SWS18101) is a class 3B laser.
Both are classified per IEC standard 608251(2002) and comply with 21CFR1040.10 except
deviations per Laser Notice No. 50, July 2001.
INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION
AVOID EXPOSURE TO BEAM
CLASS 3B LASER PRODUCT
(IEC 60825-1, 2002)
MAX. 500 mw, 700-1680 nm
The Swept Wavelength System SWS2000 series remains the industry standard
solution for measuring insertion loss (IL), polarization dependent loss (PDL),
return loss (RL) and directivity with high wavelength resolution in both
research and development (R&D) and production environments. Currently
used at more than 80 customer sites, with over 8500 detector channels deployed,
the SWS test platform validates optical performance for the latest in optical
components and modules including: ROADMs, Wavelength Switches, Tunable
Filters and Circuit Packs. The SWS system consists of a tunable laser source, a
source optics module (SOM), a control module, a receiver chassis, one or more
detector modules and application software.
With a ± 0.002 nm absolute wavelength accuracy over the entire 1420 to
1630 nm range, a high sweep speed of 40 nm/s, and a deep dynamic range of
> 70 dB, the SWS2000 provides excellent performance combined with a low
cost of ownership; the distributed architecture supports up to eight separate,
individually controlled measurement stations per source laser. Often purchased
initially as an R&D tool, this scalability in the number of measurement stations
provides customers the flexibility to transition the equipment from R&D to
production.
Upgrade packages from legacy SWS systems to the SWS2000 platform are
available to ensure that existing SWS users receive the maximum benefit from
their existing capital infrastructure.
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
(IEC 60825-1, 2002)
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ADDITIONAL STATIONS
SOURCE OPTICS
MODULE
(SWS20010-B-2)
RECEIVER CHASSIS (0WB1002)
UP TO 8 RACKS
MAXIMUM 128 CHANNELS
DETECTOR MODULES (SWS15107)
C+L-band
TUNABLE LASER
(SWS17101)
S-band
TUNABLE LASER
(SWS18101)
SMF
PM
DETECTOR MODULES
(SWS15107)
PM
DUT
CONTROL MODULE
(SWS20006)
SWS directly measures IL, PDL and average loss as a function of wavelength. RL
is measured with the optional RL modules (SWS20005). Using the raw IL and
PDL data, the application software provides a comprehensive set of analysis
tools that calculate:
• Loss at peak
• Center wavelength, from x dB threshold
• Loss at center wavelength
• Bandwidth at x dB threshold
• Crosstalk, left/right and cumulative
• Flatness
These parameters are calculated relative to the measured peak, ITU grid or userdefined grid.
Typical Configuration of SWS2000
The SWS is delivered with a set of DLLs that can be used to develop software to
suit custom testing requirements. The DLLs function through the SWS receiver
hardware, allowing access to all SWS functionality. Using the supplied
DLLs, applications may be developed in Visual BasicTM, C, C++, or
LabView environments.
With a 4-State polarization controller located within the SOM, PDL and average
loss are measured quickly as a function of wavelength. Four polarization states
at 0°, 90°, - 45° and circular polarization are measured, and the Mueller matrix
analysis is used to accurately determine PDL at all wavelengths scanned.
When the very highest accuracy PDL measurements are required, a special
version of the detector module should be used. The SWS15107-A contains
specially selected and tuned components to allow PDL measurement to an
accuracy of better than ± 0.01 dB. This module is supplied with a fixed FC/APC
connector.
All specifications listed are met simultaneously. No change in wavelength
accuracy (± 2 pm) or scan speed (20 nm/s) is required to obtain a 70 dB
dynamic range.
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Analysis Setup Window
Data Display and Control Window
RL Measurement with SWS2000
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Specifications
SWS2000 Performance
Wavelength range
Absolute wavelength accuracy
Measurement resolution1
Wavelength sampling resolution
Insertion loss (IL) measurement accuracy2,3
including polarization state averaged IL
Dynamic range3
Loss measurement repeatability2
Loss measurement resolution
Return loss (RL) measurement range3,4
Polarization dependent loss (PDL) measurement accuracy2
using standard detector module SWS15107
PDL measurement accuracy2
using tuned PDL detector module SWS15107-A
with 13-point smoothing and 4 averages1
PDL measurement repeatability1
PDL measurement resolution1
Maximum slope resolution
Measurement time
Maximum scan speed5,7
Fiber type (to device-under-test)
Maximum outputs from device under test (DUT) measured
Measurement stations per transmitter
Detector adapters6
Input voltage
Receiver control
Receiver communication with computer
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Operating humidity
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Source optics module(SOM) (SWS20010-B-2)
Tunable laser source (SWS17101/SWS18101)
Receiver chassis (OWB10002)
Control and detector modules
Single Output Source Optics Module
1520 to 1630 nm C+L-band
1420 to 1530 nm S-band
± 2 pm
1 pm
3 pm
± 0.05 dB (0 to 25 dB device IL)
± 0.10 dB (25 to 45 dB device IL)
± 0.20 dB (45 to 65 dB device IL)
> 70 dB
± 0.02 dB
0.01 dB
60 dB
± 0.05 dB (0 to 20 dB device IL)
± 0.10 dB (20 to 40 dB device IL)
± 0.01 dB (0 to 20 dB device IL)
± 0.03 dB (20 to 40 dB device IL)
± 0.01 dB
0.01 dB
10 dB/pm (0 to 35 dB device IL)
9 seconds + 0.5 seconds per channel
40 nm/s
SMF-28
128
Up to 8, in 1, 2, 4, or 8 steps
FC, SC, ST, LC, bare fiber
110 to 230 V AC , 50 to 60 Hz
Custom interface for Win95/98/2000/XP
National InstrumentsTM PCI interface card
15 to 35 °C
0 to 70 °C
80 % RH maximum, non-condensing
48.3 x 13.3 x 37.5 cm
48.3 x 13.3 x 43.2 cm
48.3 x 13.3 x 46.0 cm
Plugged into chassis
1. Wavelength resolution defined as the minimum calculated center wavelength shift.
2. Does not include influence of connector.
3. Device IL range/dynamic range both reduced for multiple output SOM.
4. RL module SWS20005 required.
5. 10 and 20 nm/s also selectable.
6. High PDL accuracy Detector Module SWS15107-A using FC/APC only.
7. All other specifications are maintained when using a scan speed of 20 nm/s.
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SWS2000 Core System Part Numbers
SWS17101
SWS20010-B-2
SWS20006-A
OWB10002
SWS15107
Description
C+L-band Tunable Laser
Dual output integrated source optic module (SOM)
All-band control module: computer and PCI kit included
Receiver chassis
All-band detector module
SWS2000 Optional Equipment and Accessories Part Numbers
SWS18101
SWS15107-A
Description
S-band Tunable Laser
Polarization dependent loss (PDL)
Optimized all-band detector module
All-band detector module, multimode (MM)
PCI Interconnect card and cable kit
Return loss (RL) cassette (single channel)
All-band control module: PCI kit included
All-band calibration kit
Dual Laser + SOM transmission cabinet
Detector cap
FC detector adapter
ST detector adapter
SC detector adapter
LC detector adapter
Magnetic detector adapter
Bare fiber holder (requires AC120)
Integrating sphere
FC/APC to FC/PC jumper cable, 1 m
FC/APC to ST/PC jumper cable, 1 m
FC/APC to SC/PC jumper cable, 1 m
FC/APC to SC/APC jumper cable, 1 m
SWS15107-M
SWS20004
SWS20005
SWS20006-B
SWS20013
OWB10001-A
AC100
AC101
AC102
AC103
AC118
AC120
AC121
AC320
J-FAFP-B-001
J-FASP-B-001
J-FASC-B-001
J-FASU-B-001
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SWEPT WAVELENGTH SYSTEM
Swept Wavelength System
SWS-OMNI Expansion Series
Key Features
• Virtual Modulation Frequency Feature (VMFF) flexible post-processing
• Measures IL, PDL, GD, DGD with a single bench or
rackmountable receiver
• Distributed Architecture - Add additional measurement
stations at any time
• Wideband scanning 1520 to 1630 nm, in one sweep
• High speed; two-channel device characterization over
C-band or C+L-bands for simultaneous measurement
of all parameters
• Calibrated to NIST CD and Polarization Mode
Dispersion (PMD) standards
• Powerful engineering software package + DLL library custom software applications
Applications
• Passive optical component and fiber
characterization in lab and manufacturing
environments.
Safety Information
Complies to CE requirements plus UL3101.1
and CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 1010.1. The laser
source in the Source Optics Module is a class 1
laser. The Tunable Laser Source (SWS-17101) is
a class 3B laser. Both are classified per IEC
standard 60825-1 (2002) and comply with FDA
standard 21CFR 1040.10 except deviations per
Laser Notice No. 50, July 2001.
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
(IEC 60825-1, 2002)
INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION
AVOID EXPOSURE TO BEAM
CLASS 3B LASER PRODUCT
(IEC 60825-1, 2002)
MAX. 500 mw, 700-1680 nm
With the simple addition of an RF modulator within the SOM and an OMNI
receiver, an existing Swept Wavelength System SWS2000 system can be used to
measure group delay (GD) and differential group delay (DGD).
Existing test stations can still be used.
SWS-OMNI adds to the SWS family of test systems and provides leading-edge
performance for fast all-parameter testing for efficient engineering, research
and development (R&D) and production testing operations. SWS-OMNI
rapidly and accurately measures insertion loss (IL), polarization dependent loss
(PDL), GD and DGD characteristics of a wide range of passive optical
components and optical fiber using a dual channel receiver for higherthroughput and lower-cost testing.
The modular architecture of the SWS-OMNI enables a user to add the SWSOMNI receiver to an existing SWS transmitter to provide a stand-alone all
parameter test station without the added expenditure of another tunable laser
and wavelength meter. These additional test stations are purchased at a
relatively low incremental cost providing best multi-station capital expenditure
economics in the industry.
From phase and IL measurements, SWS-OMNI software calculates CD, PDL,
GD and DGD as a function of wavelength or frequency. Displayed data may be
further analyzed on-screen using markers, or setup to automatically analyze the
data in the parameter ranges defined. This data can be exported for further
analysis. The software also has dynamic link libraries (DLLs) that can be used to
easily develop custom software in LabVIEW, Visual Basic or C+ a feature that is
especially useful in a production environment.
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SWEPT WAVELENGTH SYSTEM (SWS-OMNI EXPANSION)
Continued
SOURCE
OPTICS MODULE
(SWS20010-A-2)
SWS-OMNI RECEIVER (SWS20009)
C+L-band
TUNABLE LASER
(SWS17101)
To DUT
From DUT
SWS-OMNI Virtual Modulation Frequency Feature (VMFF)
To improve the group delay noise and resolution, conventional modulation
phase measurement techniques often employ an adjustable modulation
frequency, which needs to be set before measurements are made. In contrast, the
SWS-OMNI system uses the proprietary VMFF. All swept group delay
measurements are made at a fixed modulation frequency (192 MHz) optimized
for the 3 pm wavelength sampling step of the SWS. The data is then postprocessed to achieve higher effective modulation.
Performance Curves
0.30
0.2
Average=1
Average=5
Average=10
Average=20
Average=40
0.10
GD noise (ps)
DGD noise (ps)
0.15
0.20
Average=1
Average=5
0.1
0.05
Average=10
Average=20
Average=40
0.00
1
10
100
1000
0
1
10
Wavelength Resolution Bandwidth (pm)
Ty pical Differential Group Delay Perfor mance Cur ves (3 σ )
100
1000
Wavelength Resolution Bandwidth (pm)
Ty pical Group Delay Perfor mance Cur ves (3 σ)
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Specifications
Parameter
Wavelength
Measurement range C+L-band
Wavelength span
Absolute accuracy
Wavelength sampling resolution
Measurement resolution1
Insertion loss (IL)2, 3
Dynamic range
Accuracy
(0 to < 5 dB)
(5 to < 25 dB)
(25 to 45 dB)
Resolution
Group delay2, 3
Dynamic range
Accuracy (at < 10 dB IL)4
Uncertainty5
Modulation frequency6
Maximum slope
Polarization dependent loss (PDL)2
Dynamic range
Accuracy (0 to < 10 dB)
Resolution
Differential group delay2
Dynamic range
DGD uncertainty5
Polarization mode dispersion (PMD) accuracy (typical)7
Specification
1520 to 1630 nm
110 nm
± 2 pm
3 pm
1 pm
45 dB
± 0.05 dB
± 0.10 dB
± 0.25 dB
0.01 dB
20 dB
1.5 % typical
See attached performance curves
192 MHz or greater
800 ns/nm
45 dB
± 0.05 dB
0.01 dB
20 dB
See performance curves below
± 0.02 ps
1. Measurement resolution is defined as the smallest shift in
wavelength that can be detected using the analysis function.
2. Measured using SWS-OMNI transmitter under optimal
power output.
3. Polarization state averaged.
UL is a registered trademark of Underwriters Laboratories Inc.
4. Maximum deviation from NIST standard reference 2524.
LabVIEW is a registered trademark of National Instruments Corporation.
5. Indicated uncertainty at 99.7% confidence level (3σ).
6. Theoretically no upper limit.
7. Based on the measurement of NIST standard reference 2518
(Mode-coupled PMD artifact, wavelength range 1520.5 to
ST is a registered trademark of Lucent Technologies.
Visual Basic is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation.
National Instruments is a registered trademark of National Instruments Corporation.
1568.5 nm, DGD ~ 329 fs).
All statements, technical information and recommendations related to the products herein are based upon information believed to be
reliable or accurate. However, the accuracy or completeness thereof is not guaranteed, and no responsibility is assumed for any
inaccuracies. The user assumes all risks and liability whatsoever in connection with the use of a product or its application. JDS Uniphase
reserves the right to change at any time without notice the design, specifications, function, fit or form of its products described herein,
including withdrawal at any time of a product offered for sale herein. JDS Uniphase makes no representations that the products
herein are free from any intellectual property claims of others. Please contact JDS Uniphase for more information. JDS Uniphase and
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Accessories and Support Options
Included in This Section
Measurement Accessories
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Instrument Accessories
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Instrumentation Technical Support
189
Technical Training Course Overview
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Product Discontinuance Cross-Reference
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Measurement Accessories
DETECTOR ADAPTERS
(2 mm and 3 mm InGaAs and 5 mm Ge detectors only)
JUMPERS
Hybrid Master Jumpers (2 meters)
Part Number
AC100
AC101
AC102
AC103
AC104
AC105
AC106
AC107
AC108
AC109
AC112
AC113
AC114
AC115
AC116
AC117
AC118
AC119
AC120
AC121
Part Number
M-FPFA-B-002-S1
Description
Detector cap
FC adapter
ST adapter
SC adapter
D4 adapter
Biconic or biconic SPA
DIN DF
SMA906
Diamond HMS-0
SMA905 adapter
MT (ribbon connector)
Ribbon fiber holder (requires AC120)
MU
E2000
FC, ST, SC universal adapter
MPO/MTP
LC
MT-RJ
Adapter holder (for AC121 and AC113)
Bare fiber holder (requires AC120)
(10 mm InGaAs detectors only)
Part Number
AC200
AC201
AC202
AC203
AC204
AC205
AC206
Description
Detector cap
FC adapter
MT (ribbon connector)
MPO/MTP
Ribbon cable bare fiber adapter
SC adapter
MT-RJ adapter (for10 mm)
(10 mm Ge detectors only)
Part Number
AC400
AC401
AC402
Description
Detector cap
FC/PC adapter
MPO/MTP adapter
M-FPSU-B-002-S1
M-SCFA-B-002-S1
M-SCSU-B-002-S1
M-FAFP-B-002-S1
M-FASC-B-002-S1
M-SUFP-B-002-S1
M-SUSC-B-002-S1
Description
FC/PC Master to FC/APC
regular connector
FC/PC Master to SC/APC
regular connector
SC/PC Master to FC/APC
regular connector
SC/PC Master to SC/APC
regular connector
FC/APC Master to FC/PC
regular connector
FC/APC Master to SC/PC
regular connector
SC/APC Master to FC/PC
regular connector
SC/APC Master to SC/PC
regular connector
Calibrated Hybrid Jumper
Part Number
CH200-A2-FAFP
CH200-A2-SUFP
CH200-A3-FAFP
CH200-A3-SUFP
CH200-A6-FAFP
CH200-A6-SUFP
CH200-07-FAFP
CH200-07-SUFP
CH200-17-FAFP
CH200-17-SUFP
Fiber Type
9/125, FAFP
9/125, SUFP
9/125, FAFP
9/125, SUFP
9/125, FAFP
9/125, SUFP
50/125, FAFP
50/125, SUFP
62.5/125, FAFP
62.5/125, SUFP
WL Range (µm)
1.3, 1.5
1.3, 1.5
1.3, 1.5, 1.6
1.3, 1.5, 1.6
1.4, 1.5, 1.6
1.4, 1.5, 1.6
0.8, 1.3
0.8, 1.3
0.8, 1.3
0.8, 1.3
ADDITIONAL ACCESSORIES
UCAs (Universal Connector Adapters)
Part Number
AC500
AC501
AC502
AC503
Description
FC/PC to FC/PC
FC/PC to SC/PC
FC/APC to FC/APC
FC/APC to SC/APC
Integrating Spheres
Part Number
AC320
AC330
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20 dBm integrating sphere
33 dBm integrating sphere
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DESTINATION
ILLUSTRATION
PART NUMBER
L
N
A0102338
Australia, China
E
Austria, Belgium, Finland,
France, The Netherlands,
Germany, Spain, Portugal,
Sweden, Chile, Korea
E
N
L
E
Denmark
A0100741
A0102681
L
N
E
Hong Kong, Ireland,
United Kingdom,
Malaysia
A0100740
N
L
E
India
L
N
L
Israel
N
A0102180
A0101407
E
Italy1
1. This plug is not polarized.
For the connector table:
E
Earth
L
Line
N
Neutral
A0100742
E
North America, Central
America, Colombia,
Ecuador, Japan, Taiwan,
Venezuela, Thailand
L
N
A0100483
E
Switzerland
N
E
L
A0101406
Power Cord
JDS Uniphase provides the appropriate power cord for the destination specified on the purchase
order. If another power cord is required, please specify at the time of order.
Rackmount Kit
Each rackmount kit provided with the instrument is a North American rackmount. Refer to the list
if another rackmount type is needed.
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Destination
Part Number
Japan
ED000899-A-01
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Instrumentation Technical Support
Technical Support
JDS Uniphase has a dedicated post-sales support team ready to help you answer any questions or
concerns about Instrumentation products. Please refer to the front of this catalog for technical
support contact information.
Extended Support Options
In addition to our standard level of support coverage on all our products, you may wish to purchase
one or more of our support services to help you meet your specific needs. Tell us what your
requirements are. We will work together to find a solution.
Extended Support Options include:
Extended Warranty
Service agreement
Loaner products
Technical training
On-site calibration service
Please refer to the Extended Support Details section or contact our technical support team for
further information.
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Extended Support Details
Extended Warranty
One, two, and three year extended warranties are available for many of our products. JDS Uniphase
will warranty your product for an extended period of time past the standard 1-year warranty
included with every product purchased.
Service Agreement
JDS Uniphase will customize a service agreement to meet your needs. We offer emergency product
replacement, dedicated spare parts inventory as well as other options to meet your service
requirements.
Loaner Products
Minimize service interruptions and downtime while products are being serviced. Request a
spare/loaner unit while your original unit is being serviced by JDS Uniphase.
Equipment Purchased From a Third Party or Auctions
JDS Uniphase will verify, calibrate, or service used JDS Uniphase equipment purchased from a third
party or at auction to ensure it is ready for use and operating within specifications. Registration and
standard level of support for this equipment is also available.
Technical Training
JDS Uniphase offers courses that will allow you to maximize the benefits of our products with
confidence and ease. Basic training courses show you the many features of our products allowing
you to begin using the equipment immediately. Advanced training courses show you detailed
aspects of the product allowing you to set-up, maintain and troubleshoot the product when
necessary. All courses are delivered by one of our technical specialists, who work with the
products daily.
On-site Service
Minimize service interruptions and downtime with on-site calibration service. This service is
available for many of our products. For more information about any of the options indicated or to
customize a support option, please contact us at the numbers listed in the Customer Support
Contact Information section.
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Technical Training Details
Instructor-led classroom training
Our instructor-led training provides the student with training material as well as hands-on practice
with the equipment in a relaxed environment. During the training sessions, students will learn
about the software and hardware for the product and be able to put what they learn into use
immediately by practising on "live" equipment set up in the classroom. Advanced training prepares
students to demonstrate following tasks:
•
•
•
•
Setting-up the equipment
Performing a measurement using the equipment
Maintaining the equipment
Troubleshooting and regular servicing the equipment
The course material provided allows the student to reference this information during the entire
course, as well as, use as a quick reference guide when they are using the equipment back in their
facility in the future. Class size is limited depending on product and purpose allowing more
opportunity for personal attention and one-on-one interaction with each member of the class.
Training locations
We offer instructor-led training in fully equipped classrooms, at our JDS Uniphase Ottawa site or
at your facility.
On-site training
Training courses delivered in the comfort and convenience of your own facility are also an option.
On-site training reduces the amount of time and expense often required for off-site training. Time
away from job and travel expenses are virtually eliminated. Our technical specialist will travel to
your facility and provide all aspects of our Instructor-led course on-site. Limited class size will
allow more opportunity for personal attention and one-on-one interaction with each member of
the class. If our standard training package does not address all of your needs, we can customize our
training to add topics of interest specific to your company.
Accreditation
Upon completion of the JDS Uniphase training courses, students are presented with a signed
training certificate acknowledging that they have successfully completed the course.
Courses available but are not limited to the following:
• OCETS - Optical Component Environmental Test System
• SWS - Swept Wavelength System
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Optical Component Environmental Test System (OCETS)
Overview
This course gives you the tools, knowledge and confidence to carry out real-world operation and
analysis of passive component characterization using the OCETS. With plenty of hands-on practice
and discussion, this training course gives you theory in addition to introducing you to all the
features of the hardware and OCETS software (provided with your OCETS). Students will also be
shown and asked to demonstrate:
• How to verify proper operation of the system
• Troubleshooting techniques. (Guides and tools are also discussed)
Who Should Attend
• Individuals responsible for the implementation of test systems or equipment
• Individuals involved in the set-up, operation or maintenance of this equipment
• Individuals involved in the sale or demonstration of this equipment
Key Benefits
• Provides key information and familiarity for those involved in the purchasing, sale,
application, operation, maintenance or demonstration of this equipment (sales, technical
support, purchasing or application engineers)
• Provides hands-on experience and real time set-up of equipment
• Allows effective and efficient set-up to prepare OCETS for operation
• Allows practice of measurements to validate the correct system operation - new installation
or re-installations
• Provides useful troubleshooting techniques and information to reduce downtime including
detailed use of the provided OCETS software
Course Specifics
Class format:
Group size:
Location:
Prerequisite:
Duration:
Instructor-led
Limited
JDS Uniphase facility or on-site
Basic knowledge of fiberoptics
Basic knowledge of test and measurement
2-3 days
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Swept Wavelength System (SWS)
Overview
This course gives you the tools, knowledge and confidence to tackle real-world operation and
analysis of passive component characterization using the Swept Wavelength System (SWS). With
plenty of hands-on practice and discussion, this training course gives you theory in addition to
introducing you to all the features of the hardware and SWS software (provided with your SWS).
Students will also be asked to demonstrate:
• How to verify the calibration (for wavelength and power) of the system and
re-calibrate as required
• Troubleshooting techniques. (Guides and tools are also discussed)
Who Should Attend
• Individuals responsible for the implementation of test systems or equipment
• Individuals involved in the set-up, operation or maintenance of this equipment
• Individuals involved in the sale or demonstration of this equipment
Key Benefits
• Provides key information and familiarity for those involved in the purchasing, sale, application,
operation, maintenance or demonstration of this equipment. (sales, technical support,
purchasing or application engineers)
• Provides hands-on experience and real time set-up of equipment
• Allows effective and efficient set-up to prepare SWS for operation
• Allows practice of measurements to validate the correct system operation - new installation or
re-installations
• Provides useful troubleshooting techniques and information to reduce production downtime,
including detailed use of the provided SWS software troubleshooting and calibration tools
Course Specifics
Course format: Instructor-led
Group size:
Limited
Location:
JDS Uniphase facility or on-site
Prerequisite: Basic knowledge of fiberoptics
Basic test and measurement knowledge
Duration:
3 days
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Discontinuances
The following products have been discontinued. For questions or comments please contact
Technical Support.
Product
Last Time Buy Date
End of Service Date
Equivalent Part
OAB+3
April 15, 2005
July 1, 2006
OA-1723E2,
OA-L1723S-2,
BrightAmp
BBS980XX
March 1, 2003
September 1, 2004
MAP Source
cassette
BLSXX
February 13, 2003
September 1, 2004
No replacement
VB
March 1, 2003
September 1, 2004
None
HA10, HA11
April 15, 2005
July 1, 2006
HA2
IA1
July 31, 2004
December 31, 2005
None
IA2
March 1, 2003
September 1, 2004
None
PR
April 15, 2004
December 30, 2005
MAP Tunable
Filter (MAPF-1G)
TB2500XX
November 25, 2002
March 1, 2004
MAP Tunable
Filter (MAPF-1G)
SWS15106
May 31, 2003
December 31, 2004
SWS20006-A
SWS15115
May 31, 2003
December 31, 2004
SWS20015
SWS16103
May 31, 2003
December 31, 2004
SWS20002-A-S1
(SWS All -Band
SOM with
Switch)
SWS15101 & SWS16101
May 31, 2003
December 31, 2004
SWS17101
SWS15102-X-XX/
SWS16102-X-XX
May 31, 2003
December 31, 2004
SWS20002-X-XX
SW1X4, 1x3, 1x5, 2x4
March 31, 2003
May 30, 2004
SQ switch
SL Switches
February 28, 2003
May 30, 2004
SQ switch
Switch/Relay Controller
(DNT Series)
July 5, 2005
July 5, 2006
SB/SC switch
(4-line
functionality)
SW 2x2
August 1, 2005
August 1, 2006
SR 2x2
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Test and Measurement Reference Guide
Included in This Section
Reference of Technical Terms
197
Test and Measurement Reference Guide
Chromatic Dispersion - Phase Delay Technique 201
Dispersion Penalty
202
Extinction Ratio
203
Eye Mask
204
Gain Flatness
205
Generalized Bit Error Rate Measurements
206
Insertion Loss - Fixed Wavelength
208
Insertion Loss - Swept Wavelength
209
Intrinsic Jitter
210
Linewidth
212
Noise Figure, Source Subtraction
and Interpolation
213
Optical Gain
214
Optical Modulation Amplitude
215
Optical Signal to Noise Ratio
216
Optical Time Domain Reflectometer
217
Polarization Dependent Gain
218
Polarization Dependent Loss Fixed Wavelength
219
Polarization Dependent Loss Swept Wavelength
220
Polarization Extinction Ratio Cross Polarizer Method
221
Polarization Mode Dispersion Fixed Analyzer Method
222
Polarization Mode Dispersion Jones Matrix Method
223
Return Loss
224
Transient Response
225
Wavelength
226
Switch Applications
Switch Application - 1xN Switches
227
Switch Application - Environmental Testing
228
Switch Application - Multiple Application
Testing
229
Reference of Technical Terms
AMPLIFIED SPONTANEOUS
A source which exploits the spontaneous emission that occurs in an erbium-doped fiber.
EMISSION SOURCE
In general, this signal is spectrally large and unpolarized.
ANALOG
A signal on which the amplitude and frequency can vary continuously with time.
ATTENUATION
The decrease of the average optical power in an optical system resulting from various types of losses,
measured in decibels.
BACKREFLECTION
Please see "return loss".
BANDWIDTH
The range of frequencies that may be handled by a device or system.
BI-DIRECTIONAL
A device that allows an optical signal to travel in either direction.
BIT ERROR RATE (BER)
The ratio of bits received in error to bits sent.
BLOCKING
The complete attenuation of an optical signal.
BROADBAND SOURCE (BBS)
A spectrally large source that emits a signal which contains a continuous range of frequencies.
CENTER WAVELENGTH
(Laser) The central operating wavelength defined by a peak mode measurement where the effective
optical power resides (LED). The average of the two wavelengths measured at half amplitude points
of the power spectrum.
COLLIMATING LENSES
Lenses that focus light into parallel beams.
COUPLING EFFICIENCY
The efficiency of optical power transfer between two components.
CROSSTALK
The ratio of undesired light leakage from one channel to another, expressed in dB.
DARK MEASUREMENT
A measurement of residual current from a detector, when there is no optical input.
DEGRADE
The condition in which one or more of the required performance parameters fall outside of
predetermined limits, resulting in a lower quality of signal.
DETECTOR
A signal conversion device that converts power from one form to another, such as from optical
power to electrical power.
DISTRIBUTED FEEDBACK LASER
An injection laser diode which has a Bragg reflection grating in the active region, in order to suppress
multiple longitudinal modes and enhance a single-longitudinal mode.
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DRIFT
A long-term change in any attribute or value of any system or equipment operational parameter.
DYNAMIC RANGE
In a transmission system, the ratio of the overload level to the noise level of the system, usually
expressed in dB. Ratio of the highest to lowest detectable signal of a system, expressed in dB.
EMULATION
The ability of a device or system to simulate the behavior of another optical device.
ERBIUM-DOPED FIBER
A wideband optical amplifier that uses an erbium-doped optical fiber as its active element and is
AMPLIFIER (EDFA)
characterized as having a high signal gain and high output power over a wide wavelength range.
EXCESS LOSS
The difference in dB of the sum of the inputs to the sum of the outputs.
EXTINCTION RATIO (ER)
The ratio of optical power between the principal and the minor axis of polarized light, expressed in dB.
FERRULE
A component of a connector that holds fiber in place and aids in its alignment, usually cylindrical in
shape with a hole through the center.
FIBER BRAGG GRATINGS
A diffraction grating produced, in a fiber, by a variation of the refractive index that is
photo-imprinted by using a pattern of ultraviolet light.
FLATNESS
Variation of insertion loss on the passband of an optical device.
GAIN
The ratio of output current, voltage, or power to input, voltage, or power respectively.
GANGED
Individual, yet mechanically linked, allowing for simultaneous movement.
HOT-SWAPPABLE
The ability of a device to withstand the removal or swapping of one or more components
(such as power supplies) without interrupting the operation of the instrument.
INSERTION LOSS (IL)
Total optical power loss caused by insertion of an optical component (such as a connector,
splice, coupler, etc.) into a previously continuous path.
ISOLATION
The extent to which optical power from one signal path is prevented from reaching
another signal path.
LATCHING FEATURE
A switching action that requires a specific force or signal to place a switch in a position
where it remains until prompted by another force or signal.
LINEARITY
The deviation of a measured change of a performance parameter from the expected change.
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LOSS VS WAVELENGTH
The variation in insertion loss over a specified wavelength range shown in a spectral plot.
MODULATION
The process by which the characteristic of one wave (the carrier) is modified by another
wave (the signal).
MULTIMODE (MM)
Capable of handling/supporting the propagation of more than one bound mode at a given operating
wavelength.
MULTIPLEXING
To use a common propagation medium, such as an optical fiber to provide for two or more channels. The process
of combining two or more signals together to increase the systems total bandwidth
ORTHOGONAL POLARIZATION
A polarization mode that is independent and mutually exclusive of another polarization mode.
MODES
PASSBAND
The range of frequencies where the loss of a device or system is with a range of specified limits.
PASSIVE OPTICAL COMPONENTS
A device in which operations are performed by the propagation media through which the waves pass
without the use of input energy other than that contained in the waves themselves.
PIGTAIL
A length of optical fiber attached to a connector, source, detector, or coupler used to couple fiber between
the device and the transmission fiber.
POLARIZATION
The orientation of the electric field in a lightwave.
POLARIZATION DEPENDENT
The dependence of the peak transmission or reflection wavelength on the state of
CENTER WAVELENGTH
polarization of the incident light.
POLARIZATION DEPENDENT
The difference between the maximum and minimum values of loss due to the variation of the polarization
LOSS (PDL)
states of light propagating through a device.
POLARIZATION MODE
Dispersion of light in a single-mode fiber as a result of the different group velocities for each of the two
DISPERSION (PMD)
perpendicular polarizations of light travelling in the fiber.
POLARIZATION STABILITY/
In an optical device, the change in a performance parameter as a function of the polarization of
SENSITIVITY
the input light.
REPEATABILITY
Variation in a number of repeated measured quantities when measurement conditions are changed and
restored. The value corresponds to half the spread between the minimum and maximum value measured.
RETURN LOSS (RL)
Optical power that is reflected back toward the source by a component (such as a fiberoptic splice, coupler,
attenuator, etc.).
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Reference of Technical Terms
RIBBON CABLES
Cables in which many fibers are embedded in a plastic material in parallel, forming a flat ribbon-like
structure.
SEQUENTIAL SWITCHING
Switching between channels that is performed in single channel increments.
SINGLE-MODE (SM)
Optical fiber supporting only one spatial mode of light propagation.
SPECTRAL POWER DENSITY
In a spectral distribution, the radiative power, usually the optical power, in a specified bandwidth, spectral
line, or spectral width.
SPECTRAL WIDTH
A measure of the extent of a spectrum. For a source, the width
of wavelengths contained in the output at one half of the wavelength, at peak power.
SPLITTER
A passive device which divides optical power among several output fibers from a common input.
STABILITY
The extent to which a specified property, characteristic, or parameter of a substance, device, or apparatus,
such as a fiber optic transmission system, remains fixed with the passage of time or with varying
environmental conditions.
SWITCHING TIME
The time between the instant of initiation of the switch stimulus, to the instant of the settling of the active
output of the switch.
TOGGLE
A functional unit that has two stable states and changes to the opposite state and remains there each time a
command to change is given.
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Chromatic Dispersion - Phase Delay Technique
Devices - Fiber, fiber Bragg gratings, Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexers (DWDMs), ErbiumDoped Fiber Amplifiers (EDFAs)
Introduction - Chromatic dispersion is the variation in transmission time as a function of
wavelength. It is typically a concern for optical fibers and devices such as fiber Bragg gratings and
narrow filters. It occurs because all laser sources have a finite linewidth. The absolute delay is not
usually a problem but variations across the passband cause pulse spreading.
Tunable
Laser
Modulator
DUT
Receiver
Phase
Detector
Modulation
Phase Difference
Measurement Method - The most common method involves measuring the variation in phase
delay as a function of wavelength. A tunable laser is used as a source so that the details of a device
structure can be obtained. The light is typically modulated using a LiNbO3 modulator. The phase
difference is measured using a vector voltmeter. This approach can be used for both devices and
fibers. One issue with the modulation frequency is that at 1 GHz the step size will be about 8 pm.
Thus, a lower modulation frequency may be needed for some applications.
This method measures the change in delay time using the following
equation, with F the phase measurement at the respective wavelength
and fm the modulation frequency. Note it is assumed that the change
in wavelength is less than a 360-degree phase shift. The dispersion is
then given by the derivative of the change in time with respect to
wavelength.
∆τ =
(Φλ1 − Φλ2)
360*fm
D = d∆t
dλ
Standards
EIA Fiber Optic Test Procedures EIA-455-169, "Chromatic Dispersion Measurement of Optical
Fibers by the Phase Shift Method"
EIA-455-228, "Group Delay and Chromatic Dispersion Measurements in Single Mode
Components and Devices by Phase-Shift Method"
Product References - Complete solutions are available for measuring chromatic dispersion or a set
up can be built from individual parts. The complete solution is available in the Swept Wavelength
System (SWS) system. The parts required for a modular approach are shown below.
Modulator
Detector
Tunable Laser
Modulation Source
Phase Detector
MAP Transmitter
MAP Receiver
MAP Tunable Laser
external vendor
external vendor (Agilent 8508 recommended)
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Dispersion Penalty
Devices - 10 Gb/s ethernet transmitters, SONET transmitters, directly modulated lasers,
modulators
DUT
Switch
Fiber
Spans
or
Emulator
Switch
ATT
Error
Detector
Pattern
Generator
RCV
Clock
Recovery
Introduction - One limitation in optical systems is the amount of dispersion that can be tolerated.
Since the dispersion comes mainly from the fiber this penalty limits the overall system length.
Measurement Method - The pattern generator is set to a Pseudo-Random Binary Sequence (PRBS)
pattern. The switches are set to connect the Device Under Test (DUT) directly to the receiver. The
optical attenuator is set to a power level that enables error free transmission. The switches are then
set to go through the fiber path. The fiber path will have a certain dispersion that depends on the
wavelength. The fiber path may include optical amplifiers and attenuators. The signal power in the
path has to be low enough so that there are no non-linear effects. One alternative is to use a
dispersion emulator to tune the dispersion. Typical lengths of fibers may vary from 10 km to 600 km.
The optical power at the receiver is set to the same power as the previous measurement. The error
rate is then measured. The power is then increased until error free performance is obtained. The
amount of additional power required is the dispersion penalty.
Standards
ITU G.652 Characteristics of a single-mode optical fibre cable
ITU G.653 Characteristics of a dispersion-shifted single-mode optical fibre cable
ITU G.654 Characteristics of a cut-off shifted single-mode optical fibre cable
ITU G.655 Characteristics of a non-zero dispersion shifted single-mode optical fibre cable
TIA 526-10 OFSTP-10 Measurement of Dispersion Power Penalty in Digital Single-mode-Systems
Product References - This test is usually built from a discreet set of instruments. The parts required
for a modular approach are shown below.
Reference Receiver
Clock Recovery
Attenuator
Optical Switch
Fiber Spans
Dispersion Emulator
Pattern Generator
Error Detector
MAP Receiver
MAP Clock Recovery
MAP Precision Attenuator
MAP Small Channel Count or MAP Large Channel Count Switches
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external vendor
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Extinction Ratio
Devices - Directly modulated lasers - Fabry-Perot (FP)/Distributed Feedback (DFB)/Vertical
Cavity Surface Emitting Laser (VCSEL) modulators, transmitters, transponders, transceivers,
Telecom/Datacom line cards
Pattern
Generator
Laser or DUT
Optical
Modulator or
DUT
Optical
Attenuator
Optical
Splitter
Optical Power Reference O/
Meter
E Pwr Method
Scope Eye
Pattern
Method
DUT
Ref/Cal/Troubleshoot
Path
Ref/Cal/Troubleshoot
Block
Introduction - Extinction Ratio (ER) is a measure of the average power of the optical
representations of logic "1" and logic "0" typically expressed in decibels (dB). For non-return to
zero (NRZ) formatted signals, the logic "1" is represented by light on, while logic "0" is represented
as light off. However, there is always some finite light level for a logic "0" as driven by the need to
keep the directly modulated laser partially biased-on to minimize wavelength chirp or because the
external modulator can not fully suppress the input light source. The ER reported is highly
dependent upon the data pattern; a …101010… measurement will be different than that achieved
by using a Pseudo-Random Binary Sequence (PRBS) pattern due to data pattern dependent
attributes of the electro-optic technology used.
Measurement Method - ER characterizations require a Pattern Generator (PG), providing an
electrical source signal operating at the desired rate and having a pattern representing the
anticipated link operations, e.g. PRBS or SONET Framed. The PG drives the transmitter Device
Under Test (DUT) unless a modulator component is being evaluated. In which case, a laser source
is also required. The DUT output is routed to an ER measurement device where interconnect and
fiber cabling losses have previously been characterized by use of a power meter. Some
manufacturing configurations include a reference transmitter with known ER for calibration and
diagnostic troubleshooting. The most prevalent measurement approach is an oscilloscope utilizing
a calibrated O/E converter and TIA/EIA recommendation OFSTP-4 filter. This filter is the same
specified for eye mask testing allowing both ER and eye mask measurements to be made
simultaneously.
The ER is defined with the power measured in mW as:
ER= 10 log ( Pmin / Pmax )
Standards
TIA 526-4 OFSTP-4-A Optical Eye Pattern Measurement Procedure
Product References - This test is usually built from a discreet set of instruments. The parts required
for a modular approach are shown below.
Laser Source
Attenuator
Power Meter
Pattern Generator
MAP DFB Laser
MAP Precision Attenuator
MAP Power Meter
external vendor
Reference Receiver
Optical Splitter
Oscilloscope with O/E
MAP Receiver
MAP Utility
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Eye Mask
Product References - This test
is usually built from a discreet
set of instruments. The parts
required for a modular
approach are shown below.
Devices - Directly modulated lasers - Distributed Feedback (DFB), directly modulated lasers VCSEL, modulators, transmitters, transponders, transceivers, Telecom/Datacom line cards
Pattern
Generator
Laser Source
MAP DFB Laser
Laser or DUT
Optical
Modulator or
DUT
Optical
Attenuator
Optical Power
Meter
Scope Eye
Pattern
Method
10%
Modulator
external vendor
DUT
Ref/Cal/Troubleshoot
Path
Ref/Cal/Troubleshoot
Block
Reference Receiver
MAP Receiver
Power Meter
MAP Power Meter
Oscilloscope with O/E
external vendor
Pattern Generator
external vendor
Attenuator with Tap
MAP Precision Attenuator
Introduction - As a quick overall quality assessment, an eye mask test aids production by defining
keep-out regions instead of a series of separate eye parameter (rise time, fall time, overshoot, etc.)
characterizations. The mask is typically augmented to include margin (mask regions made larger)
to cover for aging and temperature degradations. Hits are defined as the number of samples taken
that land in a keep-out region and is highly dependent upon the data pattern's data pattern
dependent attributes of the electro-optic technology used.
Measurement Method - A pattern generator, providing an electrical source signal operating at the rate
(e.g. 10GbE's 10.3125 Gb/s) and having a pattern representing the anticipated link operations (e.g.,
PRBS 231 -1 or SONET Framed with PRBS 27 - 1 fill), feeds the Device Under Test (DUT) unless a
modulator is being evaluated (in which case a laser source is also required). The DUT output is routed
to an eye mask measurement device where interconnect and fiber cabling losses have previously been
characterized by use of a power meter. Some manufacturing configurations include a reference
transmitter with known Eye Mask compliance as calibration and diagnostic troubleshooting. The
most prevalent measurement approach is an oscilloscope utilizing a calibrated O/E converter and
TIA/EIA recommendation OFSTP-4 filter. This filter is the same specified for Extinction Ratio (ER)
testing allowing both eye mask and ER measurements to be made simultaneously.
Standards
TIA 526-3 OFSTP-3, "Fiber Optic Terminal Equipment Receiver Sensitivity and Maximum Receiver
Input"
TIA 526-3 OFSTP-4-A Optical Eye Pattern Measurement Procedure.
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Gain Flatness
Devices - Erbium-Doped Fiber Amplifiers (EDFAs), Semiconductor Optical Amplifiers (SOAs)
Introduction - A key parameter for optical amplifiers in Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexer
(DWDM) systems is the gain flatness. The variation is best measured with the all the different
channels present. In this way the effects of spectral hole burning are accurately considered. A key
issue in the use of optical amplifiers is that the gain flatness will vary depending on the actual
operating conditions.
Measurement Method - The test set is calibrated by measuring the ratio of the output power at the
Device Under Test (DUT) and the losses through the switch paths and the loss before the Optical
Spectrum Analyzer (OSA). The tap and power meter are used to set the desired input power. The
measurement consists of setting the switches to measure the input spectrum and then setting them
to measure the output spectrum. The ratio of these curves with the proper calibration offsets
provides the gain flatness. Note that it is necessary to correct for any gain due to noise at the source.
The gain flatness is the maximum variation between any two-signal wavelengths.
Laser
Sources
ATT
TAP
Switch
DUT
Switch
ATT
OSA
Power
Meter
Standards
IEC 61290-1-1 Optical fibre amplifiers - Basic specification - Part 1-1: Test methods for gain
parameters - OSA.
ITU G.661 Definition and test methods for the relevant generic parameters of optical amplifier
devices and subsystems
Product References - This test is usually built from a discreet set of instruments. The parts required
for a modular approach are shown below.
DFB Lasers
Switches
Attenuator
Power Meter
OSA
Tap
MAP DFB Laser
MAP Small Channel Count Switch
MAP Precision Attenuator
MAP Power Meter
external vendor
MAP Utility
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Generalized Bit Error Rate Measurements
Devices - Photodiodes - PD/PIN/APD, limiter threshold slicing optimization, receivers, transmitter
laser bias optimization, transponders, transceivers, and Telecom/Datacom line cards
Introduction - Sensitivity and overload are optical input dynamic range characterization tests over
which a maximum acceptable Bit Error Rate (BER) is to be achieved. Standards define the receiver's
BER performance under average optical power, test data pattern, and transmitter Extinction Ratio
(ER) constraints. BER measurements determine these input optical power limits.
The same test configuration building blocks also support transmitter and receiver optimization.
Transmitters with direct modulated lasers require proper laser biasing to improve ER as represented
by improved BER. Receivers use a limiter's threshold setting to convert the O/E analog waveform
back to a digital (logic "1" and logic "0") waveform. Avalanche photo diodes (APDs) in particular
have higher noise under light on (logic "1") then light off (logic "0") and limiter threshold setting is
optimized by way of BER characterization.
Transponders include Mux/Demux functionality while line cards include framing functionality.
BER measurements within the specified dynamic range validate proper operation of these functions
and flush out "stuck bits".
The level of performance under all test objectives will depend on the actual data pattern due to data
pattern dependent attributes of the electro-optic technology used. At the component and
transmitter/receiver level, the BER measurements exclude error correction attributes of the full
system protocol.
Pattern
Generator
Laser
Optical
Modulator
Optical
Attenuator
Optical Power
Meter
Reference
O/E
Error Detector
Optical Power
Meter
Reference
O/E
Error Detector
Optical Power
Meter
Reference
O/E
Error Detector
10%
DUT
Rx/Comp
Pattern
Generator
Laser
Optical
Modulator
Optical
Attenuator
10%
DUT
XPDR/LC
Pattern
Generator
Laser
Optical
Modulator
Optical
Attenuator
10%
DUT
Laser
Ref/Cal/Troubleshoot
Path
Ref/Cal/Troubleshoot
Block
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Generalized Bit Error Rate Measurements
Measurement Method - Guidance on how to perform Bit Error Rate (BER) characterizations are
provided through references in the GR-253-Core (Telecom) and IEEE 802.3 (Datacom) standards
that in turn typically reference TIA/EIA materials similar to those listed below. BER measurements
require a Pattern Generator (PG) and Error Detector (ED) interconnected by test and
measurement building blocks along with the Device Under Test (DUT). The pattern length and
sequence depend on the testing. For most measurements a 231 Pseudo-Random Binary Sequence
(PRBS) is used. Other patterns may be used to test specific conditions. The optical source output
is level adjusted by way of an optical power meter to account for the optical path to the DUT (or
reference receiver) to establish the specified measurement level. Splitters are used to eliminate
reconnections. Using the attenuator to vary the optical power level, a series of BER measurements
are recorded and presented as a log linear plot of BER versus input power in dBm.
Standards
TIA 526-3 OFSTP-3, "Fiber Optic Terminal Equipment Receiver Sensitivity and Maximum
Receiver Input"
Product References - This test is usually built from a discreet set of instruments. The parts required
for a modular approach are shown below.
Laser Source
Modulator
Reference Receiver
Attenuator with Tap
Power Meter
Clock Recovery
Error Detector
Pattern Generator
MAP DFB Laser
MAP Transmitter
MAP Receiver
MAP Precision Attenuator
MAP Power Meter
MAP Clock Recovery
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Insertion Loss - Fixed Wavelength
Product References - This test
can be built by several
components or from meters,
which incorporate several of
the blocks (JDS Uniphase
Polarization Dependent Loss
(PDL) Multimeter,
Backreflection Meter,
Multichannel Backreflection
Meter). The parts required for
a modular approach are
shown below.
Devices - Wavelength Division Multiplexers (WDMs), Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexers
(DWDMs), isolators, circulators, switches, taps, splitters, GFF
Introduction - Insertion Loss (IL) is the most fundamental of all the measurements required for
passive fiberoptic components. It relates the coupled input power to the output power through the
device under test. It will vary as a function of wavelength and state of input polarization, and should
be quoted with knowledge of both of these parameters. Like most measurements, the complexity
will vary depending on the accuracy required.
Splice Cutback Break
Source
(Tunable Laser
or DFB or BBS)
DFB Laser
MAP DFB Laser
Tunable Filter
MAP Tunable Filter
Polarization Controller
MAP Polarization Controller
Wavemeter
external vendor
Power Meter
MAP Power Meter
Tap Coupler
MAP Utility
Tunable
Filter
(Optional)
Polarization
Controller /
Scrambler
(Optional)
Tap
DUT
Power
Meter
Power Meter
(Source Monitor)
Wavemeter
(Optional)
Measurement Method - In general, the simplest implementation requires only an optical source
and broadband power meter. By adding the above optional blocks, the measurement can be made
more accurate and with more accurately stated input conditions. The measurement is a two-step
process. In the first step, the Device Under Test (DUT) is spliced into place as shown above. The
power is measured on the both the power meter and the source monitor. The second step requires
the device be cut from the input fiber and measured directly. It is important to ensure that the
original splice is included in the measurement so that its loss may be recorded. If connectors are
used then their connection uncertainty must be included in the reported accuracy.
IL = (P[dBm] - PSourceMonitor[dBm])DUT - (P[dBm] - PSourceMonitor[dBm])CutBack
The use of a tunable filter will remove background ASE noise from the source and is necessary for
measurement of devices such as channel drops or rejection filters. The polarization controller or
scrambler can be used to depolarize or control the source of polarization (SOP). For scrambling it
is important to make sure that that the averaging time of the power meter is set much greater than
the time it takes for the scrambler to cover all SOP. It is important to remember that the
measurement represents an average over the bandwidth of the optical source.
Tunable Laser
MAP Tunable Laser
Standards
TIA/EIA 455-180-A Measurement of Optical Transfer Coefficients of a Passive Branching Device
(Coupler)
IEC 61300-3-4: Fibre optic interconnecting devices and passive components -Basic test and
measurement procedures - Part 3-4: Examinations and measurements - Attenuation
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Insertion Loss - Swept Wavelength
Product References - The SWS
is the ideal system to execute
this test method.
SWS Tunable Laser
SWS Source Optics Module
SWS Receiver
Devices - Wavelength Division Multiplexing (WDM), Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing
(DWDM), isolators, circulators, switches, taps, splitters, GFF
Introduction - Swept wavelength measurements are very similar to the basic fixed wavelength
Insertion Loss (IL) measurement from a procedural perspective. The fundamental difference is its
ability to measure the loss as a function of wavelength, rapidly and accurately, through the use of a
sweeping laser source and unique real time measurement technique. This makes it the method of
choice for DWDM components where parameters such as bandwidth and center wavelength are
required (parameters extracted from the basic IL (l) data). The reader is referenced to the fixed
wavelength method as general introduction.
Communication
Swept Source
Measurement Receiver
Power
Meter
Source Optics
Module
Power
Meter
Splice
DUT
Measurement Method - The swept wavelength measurement technique, as embodied in the Swept
Wavelength System (SWS), uses a continuous sweep of a tunable laser to generate the optical
source. The Source Optics Module provides system co-ordination and real time measurement of
the optical wavelength. This wavelength information is communicated through a communication
channel that can be embedded optically on the same fiber as the source laser or through electrical
means. In the SWS the measurement receiver is similar to the configuration to the two power
meters used in the fixed wavelength method, however they are built into a single measurement unit
and can be easily expanded. As in the fixed wavelength technique, a two-step process is necessary
and the fundamental loss calculation remains the same.
IL = (P[dBm] - PSourceMonitor[dBm])DUT - (P[dBm] - PSourceMonitor[dBm])Reference
However, due to the fact that the laser is changing wavelength in time, it is key that the bandwidth
of the power meter be properly matched to the sweep speed to ensure there is no wavelength skew
in the measurement. In addition, synchronous triggering of the power meters is critical to ensure
the timing to the measurements remains correlated.
Standards
TIA/EIA 455-180-A Measurement of Optical Transfer Coefficients of a Passive Branching Device
(Coupler)
IEC 61300-3-5: Fibre optic interconnecting devices and passive components - Basic test and
measurement procedures - Part 3-5: Examinations and measurements - Wavelength dependence of
attenuation
IEC 61300-3-29: Basic test and measurement procedures - Part 3-29: Examinations and
measurements - Measurement technique for characterizing the amplitude of the spectral transfer
function of DWDM components
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Intrinsic Jitter
Devices - Lasers, modulators, PD/PIN/APD, limiters, transmitters, receivers
Introduction - Jitter definitions include jitter tolerance, jitter transfer, and jitter generation. Both
jitter tolerance and jitter transfer are functions of the clock recovery circuits in the transponder/line
cards. Transmitter (module/components), fiber path, and receiver (module/components)
contribute to intrinsic jitter.
Jitter can be visualized as the variation in eye crossing time and the distribution of eye crossings can
be characterized as either root-mean-square (RMS) or peak-to-peak (p-p). These two
characterizations are expressed in units of time (e.g., picoseconds or Unit Interval (UI) where 1 UI
equals the bit duration).
The most prominent source of intrinsic jitter under system operation is pulse spreading by way of
laser spectral width and chromatic dispersion. This is handled by dispersion power penalty
allocations in the standards. Intrinsic jitter contributions of the E/O and O/E functions are highly
dependent upon the data pattern and are known as data pattern dependent jitter.
Ref E/O
Pattern
Generator
Laser
Optical
Modulator
Optical
Attenuator
Optical Power
Meter
Reference
O/E
Scope
Optical Power
Meter
Reference
O/E
Scope
Optical Power
Meter
Reference
O/E
Scope
10%
DUT
Rx/Comp
Ref E/O
Pattern
Generator
Laser
Optical
Modulator
Optical
Attenuator
10%
DUT
XPDR/LC
Pattern
Generator
Laser
Optical
Modulator
Optical
Attenuator
10%
DUT
Laser
Ref/Cal/Troubleshoot
Path
Ref/Cal/Troubleshoot
Block
Measurement Method - Jitter characterizations require specialized test and measurement
equipment. Less accurate techniques use the eye crossing histogram data recorded by an
oscilloscope. Equipment with phase controlled pattern generators use a combination of signal
processing techniques and narrowband resonator/phase detectors to record the phase error
generated by the recovered data clock beat against the source pattern generator clock. Low intrinsic
E/O and O/E instrumentation modules are used in the characterization of transmitters, receivers
and transponders.
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Intrinsic Jitter
Standards
TIA 526-15 OFSTP-15, "Jitter Tolerance Measurement"
TIA 526-16 OFSTP-16, "Jitter Transfer Function Measurement"
Product References - This test is usually built from a discreet set of instruments.
The parts required for a modular approach are shown below.
Laser Source
Modulator
Attenuator with Tap
Power Meter
Oscilloscope with O/E
Reference Receiver
Clock Recovery
Pattern Generator
MAP DFB Laser
MAP Transmitter
MAP Precision Attenuator
MAP Power Meter
external vendor
MAP Receiver
MAP Clock Recovery
external vendor
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Linewidth
Devices - Lasers
Introduction - In transmission systems the laser linewidth sets the lower limit on the penalties due
to dispersion. The linewidth of the laser is measured during Continuous Wave (CW) operation.
Since the linewidth of a typical Distributed Feedback (DFB) laser is less than 100 MHz an Optical
Spectrum Analyzer (OSA) does not provide sufficient resolution.
Tunable
Laser
PC
3 dB
RCV
DUT
Electrical
Spectrum
Analyzer
Measurement Method - The measurement consists of setting the tunable laser wavelength to obtain
the desired beat tone on the electrical spectrum analyzer ESA. The polarization of the laser is
adjusted to maximize the beat tone. The linewidth is then obtained by measuring the FWHM of the
beat signal.
Product References - This test is usually built up from a discreet set of instruments. The electrical
spectrum analyzer can be obtained with software for this measurement. Recently some vendors
have developed a complete heterodyne measurement solution. The parts required for a modular
approach are shown below.
Tunable Laser
Polarization Controller
3 dB Coupler
ESA
Receiver
MAP Tunable Laser
MAP Polarization Controller
MAP Utility
external vendor
MAP Receiver
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Noise Figure, Source Subtraction and Interpolation
Devices - Erbium-Doped Fiber Amplifiers (EDFAs), Semiconductor Optical Amplifiers (SOAs)
Introduction - One of the problems with optical amplification is that noise is generated during the
amplification process. The noise figure is the ratio of the input signal to noise ratio to the output
signal to noise ratio. A key issue is that noise should be measured at the same wavelength as the
signal. Also, any source noise must be removed from the measurement.
Laser
Sources
ATT
TAP
Switch
DUT
Switch
ATT
OSA
Power
Meter
Measurement Method - The test set is calibrated by measuring the ratio of the output power at the
Device Under Test (DUT) and the losses through the switch paths and the loss before the Optical
Spectrum Analyzer (OSA). The tap and power meter are used to set the desired input power. The
measurement begins by setting the input power to the desired value using the tap and power meter.
The source spectrum is then measured on the OSA. The switches are then set and the output
spectrum is measured. The gain (G) is calculated as the ratio of the output power to the input
power. The ASE power (Pase) is then determined by interpolating the noise levels on either side of
the signal. This value must be corrected for the source noise, (PSN).
Here h is Plank's constant, n is the optical frequency, and Bo is the optical bandwidth.
NF(dB) =
10 * log ( Pase - G * PSN ) 1
+
GhνBo
G
Standards
IEC 61290-3 Optical fiber amplifiers - Basic specification - Part 3: Test methods for noise figure
parameter
ITU G.661 Definition and test methods for the relevant generic parameters of optical amplifier
devices and subsystems
Product References - This test is usually built from a discreet set of instruments. The parts required
for a modular approach are shown below.
DFB Lasers
Switches
Attenuator
Power Meter
OSA
Tap
MAP DFB Laser
MAP Small Channel Count Switch
MAP Precision Attenuator
MAP Power Meter
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Optical Gain
Devices - Erbium-Doped Fiber Amplifiers (EDFAs), Semiconductor Optical Amplifiers (SOAs)
Introduction - A key parameter in the measurement of an optical amplifier is the signal gain. This
is the ratio of usable input power to usable output power. One of the issues in optical amplifiers is
that the amplification process produces noise in addition to the desired signal.
Laser
Sources
ATT
Switch
DUT
Switch
ATT
OSA
Power
Meter
Measurement Method - The lasers sources can be either a Distributed Feedback (DFB) or external
cavity laser for single channel operation or a set of DFB lasers if multiple channels are to be
measured. The measurement begins by measuring the power into the Device Under Test (DUT)
using the power meter. The attenuator (ATT) settings can then be calibrated for a range of optical
powers. The output attenuator loss is also measured at this point. This attenuator is used to keep
the power at the input of the Optical Spectrum Analyzer (OSA) in its linear range.
The device input is connected to the output attenuator and the trace is recorded on the OSA. The
DUT is then inserted and the output trace is recorded on the OSA. The output power and noise
levels are measured and the gain is calculated. The optical switch is used when multiple
measurements are needed of one device.
Gain =
Standards
POut - PASE
Pin
IEC 61290-1-1 Optical fibre amplifiers - Basic specification - Part 1-1: Test methods for gain
parameters - Optical spectrum analyzer.
ITU G.661 Definition and test methods for the relevant generic parameters of optical amplifier
devices and subsystems
Product References - This test is usually built from a discreet set of instruments. The parts required
for a modular approach are shown below.
DFB Laser
Tunable Laser
Attenuator
Power Meter
OSA
Switches
MAP DFB Laser
MAP Tunable Laser
MAP Precision Attenuator
MAP Power Meter
external vendor
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Optical Modulation Amplitude
Devices - 10 Gb/s ethernet transmitters
Introduction - One measure of an optical transmitter is the how open the modulated eye is. For the
10 Gb/s ethernet standard, this quantity is called the optical modulation amplitude. It is the
absolute difference between the optical power in a logic one and a logic zero.
DUT
Receiver
Filter
Oscilloscope
Pattern
Generator
Measurement Method - The pattern generator is set to a square wave consisting of 4 to 11
consecutive bits. The optical output is sent to the calibrated receiver. The optional filter is a fourth
order Bessel-Thompson as defined in ITU G.691. The oscilloscope display should be calibrated to
measure absolute power. The measurement is the absolute difference in power measured in
milliwatts. The measurement is made at the center of the eye pattern.
Standards
IEEE P802.3ae, "Media Access Control (MAC) Parameters, Physical Layer, and Management
Parameters for 10 Gb/s Operation"
Product References -This test is usually built from a discreet set of instruments. The parts required
for a modular approach are shown below.
Reference Receiver
Pattern Generator
Electrical Filter
Oscilloscope
MAP Receiver
external vendor
external vendor
external vendor
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Optical Signal to Noise Ratio
Devices - Erbium-Doped Fiber Amplifiers (EDFAs), Semiconductor Optical Amplifiers (SOAs),
transmitters, systems
Introduction - One measure of the performance of an optical device is the optical signal to noise
ratio. This is the ratio of usable signal to noise and should be measured at the wavelength of interest.
DUT
Polarization
Controller
Polarizer
ATT
OSA
DUT
Polarization
Controller
Polarizer
ATT
Filter
PM
Sometimes it may be necessary to integrate the power over an entire channel width.
Measurement Method - The measurement of Optical Signal to Noise Ratio (OSNR) is usually
performed with an Optical Spectrum Analyzer (OSA). The modification shown here can be used if
the signal is polarized and the noise is not. The polarization controller is first set to pass the signal
light through the polarizer. Then the polarizer is rotated 90 degrees to block the signal. Now only
the noise is transmitted. If the noise is unpolarized, then it is attenuated 3 dB in both measurements.
The OSNR is then calculated from the two power readings. The attenuator may be needed to keep
the power levels into the OSA in the linear regime. An alternative method would be to use a tunable
filter and a power meter in place of the OSA.
Product References - This test is usually built from a discreet set of instruments. The parts required
for a modular approach are shown below.
OSA
Polarization Controller
Polarizer
Attenuator
Tunable Filter
Power Meter
external vendor
MAP Polarization Controller
MAP Polarization Controller
MAP Precision Attenuator
MAP Tunable Filter
MAP Power Meter
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Optical Time Domain Reflectometer
Devices - Optical fiber spans
Introduction - Optical time domain reflectometers (OTDRs) are used to measure the loss in
optical fiber spans. They are useful for finding bad splices and connectors. This device is typically
used in long fiber spans as it has limited resolution.
OTDR
DUT
Measurement Method - The OTDR works by sending a short, high power pulse into the fiber. As
the pulse propagates along the fiber some of the light is scattered back towards the source. This
light is detected and plotted. The slope of the plot gives the fiber loss while any discontinuities
indicate losses due to connectors.
Standards
Telcordia GR-196 Generic Requirements for Optical Time Domain Reflectometer (OTDR) Type
Equipment
TIA 455-FOTP 8 Measurement of Splice or Connector Loss and Reflectance Using an OTDR
TIA 455 FOTP 61 Measurement of Fiber or Cable Attenuation
Product References - OTDR are usually purchased as a complete unit.
OTDR
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Polarization Dependent Gain
Devices - Erbium-Doped Fiber Amplifiers (EDFAs), Semiconductor Optical Amplifiers (SOAs)
Introduction - The polarization dependence of the gain comes from either the passive components
in the EDFA or from the waveguide in an SOA. The measurements are made at typical operating
conditions to include the effect of gain saturation.
Laser
Sources
ATT
TAP
Switch
PC
DUT
Power
Meter
Switch
PC
OSA
ATT
Measurement Method - The test set is calibrated by measuring the ratio of the power at the Device
Under Test (DUT) and the losses through the switch paths and the loss before the Optical Spectrum
Analyzer (OSA). The tap and power meter are used to set the desired input power. The
measurement begins by setting the input power to the desired value using the tap and power meter.
The source spectrum is then measured on the OSA. The switches are then set and the output
spectrum is measured. The polarization controller (PC) rotates the input polarization state. At the
output the polarization is also rotated to remove any Polarization Dependent Loss (PDL) of the
attenuator (ATT) and OSA. This polarization controller is typically run at a higher frequency than
the input polarization controller. The variation in output power is measured for each channel. The
maximum value is reported.
Standards
IEC 61291-4 Performance specification template on optical amplifiers - Part 4: Optical fibre
amplifiers for multichannel applications
ITU G.661 Definition and test methods for the relevant generic parameters of optical amplifier
devices and subsystems
Product References - This test is usually built from a discreet set of instruments. The parts required
for a modular approach are shown below.
DFB Lasers
Switches
Attenuator
Power Meter
OSA
Tap
Polarization Controller
MAP DFB Laser
MAP Small Channel Count Switch
MAP Precision Attenuator
MAP Power Meter
external vendor
MAP Utility
MAP Polarization Controller
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Polarization Dependent Loss - Fixed Wavelength
Product References - This test
can be built with several
components or by using a
meter, which incorporates
several of the blocks, such as
the JDS Uniphase PDL
Multimeter (PS3 Series). The
parts required for a modular
approach are shown below.
Tunable Laser
MAP Tunable Laser
DFB Laser
MAP DFB Laser
Tunable Filter
MAP Tunable Filter
Devices - WDMs, Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexers (DWDMs), isolators, circulators,
switches, taps, splitters, GFF
Introduction - While Insertion Loss (IL) is one of the most fundamental measurements required
for passive fiberoptic components, the polarization dependence of the loss is clearly important.
Polarization Dependent Loss (PDL) is defined as the maximum difference in loss measured over all
states of polarization. While the PDL is typically small compared to the IL (on the order of 0.005
to 0.5 dB) the impact on fiberoptic systems can be great due to the drift in the state of polarization
in single-mode fiber and the concatenation of many devices. These two effects can causes the PDL
to randomly add or subtract and can cause a significant change in the receive power. It will vary as
a function of wavelength just as IL, and should be quoted with the measurement conditions
specified.
Splice Cutback Break
Source
(Tunable Laser
or DFB or BBS)
Polarization Controller
MAP Polarization Controller
Tunable
Filter
(Optional)
Polarization
Controller
DUT
Power
Meter
Power Meter
(Source Monitor)
Wavemeter
(Optional)
Wavemeter
external vendor
Power Meter
MAP Power Meter
Tap Coupler
MAP Utility
Measurement Method - The simplest implementation requires an optical source, polarization
controller and broadband power meter. By adding the above optional blocks, the measurement can
be made more accurately and with more accurately stated input conditions. There are two generally
accepted methods for making the measurement, All-State-Scanning or the Mueller 4-State Method.
For the All-State method, a complete (or as close as time permits) sampling of input states of
polarization is made, and the
T +T
T0(0˚) - T0(90˚)
minimum and maximum losses are m00 = 0(0˚) 0(90˚)
m01 =
2
2
recorded. The difference is the PDL.
The Mueller method requires
T +T
T0(0˚)+ T0(90˚)
making 4 loss measurements at the 4 m02 = T0(45˚) - 0(0˚) 0(90˚)
-T0( LHC˚)
m03 =
2
2
orthogonal states of polarization (0,+
90,- 90 and Right Hand Circular) and
using the equations.
2
2
2
PDL = -10 x Log
Standards
m00 - m 01 + m 02 + m 03
T0 min
= -10 x Log
2
2
2
T0 max
m00 + m 01 + m 02 + m 03
IEC 61300-3-02 (All-States Method)
IEC 61300-3-12 (Mueller Method)
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Polarization Dependent Loss - Swept Wavelength
Product References - The SWS
is the ideal system to execute
this test method.
SWS Tunable Laser
SWS Source Optics Module
Devices - WDMs, Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexers (DWDMs), isolators, circulators,
switches, taps, splitters, GFF
Introduction - Swept wavelength measurements are very similar to the basic fixed wavelength
Insertion Loss (IL) and Polarization Dependent Loss (PDL) measurement from a procedural
perspective. The fundamental difference is its ability to measure the PDL as a function of wavelength,
rapidly and accurately, through the use of a sweeping laser source and unique real-time measurement
technique. The reader is referenced to the fixed wavelength PDL method as general introduction.
Due to the sweeping nature of the measurement, only the 4-state method is practical for PDL.
SWS20002-A-N1
Communication
Measurement Receiver
SWS Receiver
SWS Polarization Controller
Swept Source
Power
Meter
Source Optics
Module
Power
Meter
Signal Conditioning
Polarization
Controller
Splice
DUT
Cutback Break
Measurement Method - The swept wavelength measurement technique, as embodied in the Swept
Wavelength System (SWS), uses a continuous sweep of a tunable laser to generate the optical source.
The source optics module provides system co-ordination and real time measurement of the optical
wavelength. A polarization controller in the signal condition path is used to generate the 4orthogonal states for polarization across 4 serial scans. This wavelength information is
communicated through a communication channel that can be embedded optically on the same
fiber as the source laser or through electrical means. In the SWS, the measurement receiver is similar
to the configuration to the two
power meters used in the fixed
T +T
T0(0˚) - T0(90˚)
wavelength method, however they m00 = 0(0˚) 0(90˚)
m01 =
2
2
are built into a single measurement
unit and can be easily expanded. As
T +T
T0(0˚)+ T0(90˚)
in the fixed wavelength technique, a m02 = T0(45˚) - 0(0˚) 0(90˚)
-T0( LHC˚)
m03 =
2
2
two-step process is necessary and
the fundamental loss calculation
remains the same. To calculate the
2
2
2
m - m 01 + m 02 + m 03
T
PDL, the equations are used with PDL = -10 x Log 0 min = -10 x Log 00
2
2
2
T0 max
m00 + m 01 + m 02 + m 03
exception that the variables are
arrays of data (as a function of
wavelength).
Standards
IEC 61300-3-29
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Polarization Extinction Ratio - Cross Polarizer Method
Devices - Polarization maintaining components and jumpers
Introduction - Polarization maintaining devices control the evolution of the polarization state in
a device. Through the use of Power Meter (PM) fiber, the polarization orientation of the light is
well defined with respect to the access of the fiber. Problems can occur when the light is not well
aligned with the polarization maintaining access of the fiber. For example, in polarization
combiners light in the wrong polarization state is not combined but is lost.
Tunable
Laser or
Broadband
Noise
Source
Polarization
Controller
DUT
Polarizer
Power
Meter
Measurement Method - The source light, either a tunable laser source or a broadband noise source,
is connected to a polarization controller that includes a polarizer. The output is aligned with the
desired axis of the fiber. At the output side the polarizer is rotated and the amount of transmitted
light is measured. Since the polarization maintaining fiber output should be linear there should be
one position of the polarizer that passes the light. The minimum output should be with the
polarizer rotated 90 degrees.
The polarization Extinction Ratio (ER), with the power measured in mW, is defined as:
PER= 10 log ( Pmin / Pmax )
Standards
EIA Fiber Optic Test Procedures EIA-455-193, "Polarization crosstalk method for Polarization
Maintaining Optical Fiber and Components
EC 61300-3-40: Fibre optic interconnecting devices and passive components -Basic test and
measurement procedures - Part 3-40: Examinations and measurements - ER of a polarization
maintaining (pm) fibre pigtailed connector
Product References - The parts required for a modular approach are shown below.
Polarization Controller
Polarizer
Power Meter
Broadband Source
Tunable Laser
MAP Polarization Controller
MAP Polarization Controller
MAP Power Meter
MAP Broadband Source
MAP Tunable Laser
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Polarization Mode Dispersion - Fixed Analyzer Method
Devices - Fiber isolators, circulators
Introduction - Polarization Mode Dispersion (PMD) is the variation in delay with polarization
state. This leads to pulse broadening. For systems such as OC-192 and OC-768, PMD results in eye
closure. The main source of PMD is the transmission fiber. The best fibers have PMD of 0.08
ps/km½ while older fibers may have 1 ps/km½ or more. Other sources of PMD include the isolators
and erbium-doped fiber used in amplifiers.
Tunable
Laser
Polarization
Controller
DUT
Polarizer
Power
Meter
Measurement Method - The wavelength scanning method is the simplest PMD measurement
method. The tunable laser is a well-polarized source with typically better than 30 dB of Extinction
Ratio (ER). As the laser is scanned the PMD will cause the polarization state at the output of the
Device Under Test (DUT) to change. The polarizer at the output converts the polarization rotation
into amplitude changes. The number of peaks and valleys in the amplitude plot determines the
PMD. The polarization controller at the input is used to increase the amplitude of the peaks and
valleys. Another option for this measurement is to use a broadband noise source and an optical
spectrum analyzer.
This method is limited to devices with broad transmission characteristics. The average PMD is
given by: where k is a mode-coupling factor and Ne is the number of extremes. The mode-coupling
factor is 1 for devices with no coupling, such as an isolator, and 0.824 for long lengths of fibers.
∆t =
kNe λ start λ stop
2 ( λ start - λ stop ) c
Standards
EIA Fiber Optic Test Procedures EIA-455-113, "PMD measurement for single-mode optical fibers
by the fixed analyzer method"
IEC 61300-3-32: Basic test and measurement procedures - Part 3-32: Examinations and
measurements - Polarisation mode dispersion for passive optical components
Product References - The parts required for a modular approach are shown below.
Polarization Controller
Polarizer
Power Meter
Broadband Noise Source
OSA
Tunable Laser
MAP Polarization Controller
MAP Polarization Controller
MAP Power Meter
MAP Broadband Source
external vendor
MAP Tunable Laser
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Polarization Mode Dispersion - Jones Matrix Method
Devices - Fiber, isolators, circulators, Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexer (DWDM) devices
Introduction - Polarization Mode Dispersion (PMD) is the variation in delay with polarization
state. This leads to pulse broadening. For systems such as OC-192 and OC-768, PMD results in eye
closure. The main source of PMD is the transmission fiber. The best fibers have PMD of 0.08
ps/km½ while older fibers may have 1 ps/km½ or more. Other sources of PMD include the
isolators and Erbium-doped fiber used in amplifiers.
Tunable
Laser
Polarization
Controller
DUT
Polarimeter
Measurement Method - The Jones matrix method measures the change in 3 known polarization
states launched into the Device Under Test (DUT) as the wavelength is changed. The change in
polarization state is measured with a polarimeter. Since the wavelength step size is small this
measurement can be used with devices having a narrow passband. A key issue for this type of
measurement is the required step size. The step size is related to the amount of PMD.
Standards
EIA Fiber Optic Test Procedures EIA-455-122, "PMD measurement for singlemode optical fibers
by the Jones matrix eigenanalysis"
Product References - Complete solutions are available for measuring chromatic dispersion or a setup can be built from individual parts. The complete solution is available in the Swept Wavelength
System (SWS) system. The parts required for a modular approach are shown below.
Polarization Controller
Polarimeter
Tunable Laser
MAP Polarization Controller
external vendor
MAP Tunable Laser
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Return Loss
Devices - Passive components
Introduction - Return Loss (RL) or reflectance is the ratio of the reflected power to the incident
power. The return loss must be measured at all the wavelengths the device will be exposed to. Poor
return loss can lead to unstable interferometric cavities. The most common example is a poorly
mated connector.
Laser
Sources
TAP
DUT
Power
Meter
Measurement Method - The test set is calibrated by measuring the tap ratio between the Device
Under Test (DUT) and the power meter. The amount of scattered light is then determined by
measuring the reflected light when the fiber to the DUT is terminated. The return loss is then
measured by comparing the ratio of the power incident on the DUT with the reflected power.
Special care must be taken in the test set to make sure there are no reflections from the tap output
connections to the power meter.
Standards
TIA 455-107 FOTP-107 Determination of component reflectance or link/system return loss using
a loss test set
IEC 60300-3-6: Fibre optic interconnecting devices and passive components -Basic test and
measurement procedures - Part 3-6: Examinations and measurements - RL
IEC 61300-3-7: Fibre optic interconnecting devices and passive components - Basic test and
measurement procedures - Part 3-7: Examinations and measurements - Wavelength dependence of
attenuation and return loss
Product References - Complete solutions for return loss are available such as the JDS Uniphase
Backreflection and Multichannel Backreflection Meter (RM or RX Series). Depending on the
number of wavelengths, the test set can also be built from discrete parts. The parts required for a
modular approach are shown below.
Laser or Tunable Laser
Tap 3 dB Coupler 4-port
Power Meter
MAP DFB Laser
MAP Utility
MAP Power Meter
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Transient Response
Devices - Erbium-Doped Fiber Amplifiers (EDFAs)
Introduction - In Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) systems wavelengths can be
added or dropped at any time. This creates a transient pulse in the EDFA. This pulse can propagate
in a chain of amplifiers and damage optical components.
Laser
Sources
ATT
3 dB
DUT
ATT
Photodiode
Tunable
Laser
Photodiode
Oscilloscope
AOM
Modulation
Source
Measurement Method - The test consists of turning on or off the desired wavelength channel or
channels and measuring the change in output power. The test set contains a set of laser sources that
simulate the system operation. The block diagram shows a tunable source that is modulated by an
Acousto-Optic Modulator (AOM). The output of the amplifier goes to a photodiode. The
attenuator (ATT) ensures that the diode is not saturated.
Product References - This test is usually built from a discreet set of instruments. The parts required
for a modular approach are shown below.
Laser or Tunable Laser
Tap 3 dB Coupler 4-port
Photodiodes
Oscilloscope
Attenuators
MAP DFB Laser
MAP Utility
JDS Uniphase
external vendor
MAP Precision Attenuator
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Wavelength
Devices - Lasers
Introduction - The absolute wavelength is an important parameter for the design and operation of
Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexer (DWDM) systems. The wavelength is typically measured
using an Optical Spectrum Analyzer (OSA) or wavemeter. The OSA is a grating based instrument
while the wavemeter is based on a Michelson interferometer.
DUT
OSA or
Wavemeter
Measurement Method - For the OSA the wavelength is measured by taking a scan at the wavelength
of interest. If the unit is properly calibrated the peak wavelength and side mode suppression ration
can be obtained. The resolution of the OSA will limit the accuracy of the measurement. For higher
resolution (<10 pm) a wavemeter is used. Care should be taken to make sure the settings provide
information on all side modes. One issue with the measurement is what environment is the
wavelength specified. Most units will give the wavelength in vacuum. The difference between
vacuum and air is about 0.4 nm.
Product References - Wavemeters and OSAs are usually purchased as a complete solution.
OSA
external vendor
Wavemeter
external vendor
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Switch Application - 1 x N Switches
Introduction - Most optical test systems have multiple inputs and outputs. It is necessary to route
the light from many combinations of inputs and outputs. This task can be accomplished through
the use of 1 X N switches designed for Instrumentation. These switches have 0.4 dB typical loss and
repeatability of ± 0.01 dB.
Switch Application - The figure below shows a few applications of 1 X N switches. In the first
application, the switch provides a way to select the correct connector type for measurements. This
is a common situation for testing modules. The second application shows the ability to select
multiple outputs of a module for connection to a power meter.
FC/PC
FC/APC
SC/APC
SC/PC
LC/PC
ST
FC/APC
1XN
FC/APC
Module
1XN
Power Meter
Product References - 1 X N switches are available in both the MAP platform and as stand-alone
units.
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Switch Application - Environmental Testing
Introduction - A common task in the development of a new device is environmental testing. The
reliability documents define a series of temperature tests that must be done on multiple devices.
Typically, the device performance must be monitored in almost real time. The JDS Uniphase Swept
Wavelength System (SWS) is well suited for this type of testing. It provides measurements of
Insertion Loss (IL), as a function of wavelength.
Switch Application - In the example shown below, a combination of switches is used to test multiple
devices that each have multiple outputs, such as an AWG demultiplexer. In the configuration below,
the output from the SWS control module is connected to a 1 X N switch. The output of this switch
is connected to the input of each device. The output of the device is connected to a detector channel
input of the SWS receiver. The switch can step through each device and output. The use of an
M X N ganged switch and the multiple detection channels of the SWS decrease measurement time.
GPIB Interface
Multichannel
Device
From Transmitter
Multichannel
Device
Multichannel
Device
1 x N Switch
Multichannel
Device
Environmental Chamber
SWS Receiver
Ganged M X N Switch
Product References - 1 X N switches are available in both the MAP platform and as stand-alone
units. A software package for environmental testing based on the SWS is also available.
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Switch Application - Multiple Application Testing
Introduction - It may be necessary to perform multiple tests on a single device. In addition, most
systems have multiple devices that need to be tested. Performing these tests can require a major
investment in both time and capital. One of the most time consuming and possibly damaging
activities is connecting the device to the test set. Connectors may become damaged during multiple
reconnections, if proper cleaning procedures are not followed.
Switch Application - M X N non-blocking cross connect switches can be used to reduce
measurement and reconnection time. These switches allow any input to be connected to any
output. Thus, multiple devices can be tested simultaneously without the need to reconnect.
Multiple short duration tests may be run on one device while a longer measurement, such as Bit
Error Rate (BER), is performed on another device.
SWS TX
Transmitter
SWS
SWS RCV
DUT with
Multiple
Connections
and
Connector
Types
BER
PM
λ
OSA
BER
Product References - Cross-connect switches are usually custom-designed to the application based
on JDS Uniphase SG Series Programmable Matrix Switches.
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