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CEI EN 61290-4-1

Optical amplifiers - Test methods Part 4-1: Gain transient parameters - Two-wavelength method

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Organization: CEI
Publication Date: 1 September 2017
Status: active
Page Count: 28
ICS Code (Optic amplifiers): 33.180.30
scope:

This part of IEC 61290-4 applies to optical amplifiers (OAs) using active fibres (optical fibre amplifiers (OFAs)) containing rare-earth dopants including erbium-doped fibre amplifiers (EDFAs) and optically amplified elementary sub-systems. These amplifiers are commercially available and widely deployed in service provider networks.

The object of document is to provide the general background for OFA transients and related parameters, and to describe a standard test method for accurate and reliable measurement of the following transient parameters:

a) channel addition or removal transient gain overshoot and transient net gain overshoot;

b) channel addition or removal transient gain undershoot and transient net gain undershoot;

c) channel addition or removal gain offset;

d) channel addition or removal transient gain response time constant (settling time).

Document History

CEI EN 61290-4-1
September 1, 2017
Optical amplifiers - Test methods Part 4-1: Gain transient parameters - Two-wavelength method
This part of IEC 61290-4 applies to optical amplifiers (OAs) using active fibres (optical fibre amplifiers (OFAs)) containing rare-earth dopants including erbium-doped fibre amplifiers (EDFAs) and...
July 1, 2012
Optical amplifiers - Test methods Part 4-1: Gain transient parameters - Two-wavelength method
Scope and object This part of IEC 61290-4 applies to erbium-doped fibre amplifiers (EDFAs) and optically amplified elementary sub-systems. It applies to OAs using active fibres (optical fibre...

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