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IEC 61290-4-1

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

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Organization: IEC
Publication Date: 1 August 2011
Status: inactive
Page Count: 44
ICS Code (Optic amplifiers): 33.180.30
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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 amplifiers, OFAs), containing rare-earth dopants. These amplifiers are commercially available and widely deployed in service provider networks.

The object of this part of IEC 61290-4 is to provide the general background for EDFA transients and related parameters, and to describe a standard test method for accurate and reliable measurement of the following transient parameters:

• Channel addition/removal transient gain overshoot and transient net gain overshoot

• Channel addition/removal transient gain undershoot and transient net gain undershoot

• Channel addition/removal gain offset

• Channel addition/removal transient gain response time constant (settling time)

Document History

September 1, 2016
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...
IEC 61290-4-1
August 1, 2011
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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