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SAE AIR6113

Guidelines for Design of Digital Fiber Optic Link Loss Budget Methodology

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Organization: SAE
Publication Date: 1 December 2010
Status: active
Page Count: 99
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This document draws from, summarizes, and explains existing broadly accepted engineering best practices.

This document defines the process and procedure for application of various best practice methods.

This document is specifically intended as a standard for the engineering practice of development and execution of a link loss power budget for a general aerospace system related digital fiber optic link.

It is not intended to specify the values associated with specific categories or implementations of digital fiber optic links.

This document is intended to address both existing digital fiber optic link technology and accommodate new and emerging technologies.

The proper application of various calculation methods is provided to determine link loss power budget(s), that depend on differing requirements on aerospace programs.

A list of parameters is provided as guidance for aerospace fiber optics applications along with a check list to help assure that appropriate parameters and impairments have been accounted for in the link budget.

Document History

SAE AIR6113
December 1, 2010
Guidelines for Design of Digital Fiber Optic Link Loss Budget Methodology
This document draws from, summarizes, and explains existing broadly accepted engineering best practices. This document defines the process and procedure for application of various best practice...
December 1, 2010
Guidelines for Design of Digital Fiber Optic Link Loss Budget Methodology
This document draws from, summarizes, and explains existing broadly accepted engineering best practices. This document defines the process and procedure for application of various best practice...

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