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(Video) Features of Optical Power Management in WDM Systems_8800_6800_3800

Published On: 2018-09-03 Views: 8043 Downloads: 1033 Document ID: EDOC1000093556 Description:
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Contents

00-01 Optical Power Management Multimedia-en

00-01 Optical Power Management Multimedia-Jan

01-01 ALS Introduction (Scenario 1 - tributary and line board, client-side fault, unidirectional transmission)

01-02 ALS Introduction (Scenario 1 - tributary and line board, WDM-side fault, unidirectional transmission)

01-03 ALS Introduction (Scenario 2 - tributary and line or OTU board, client-side fault, biddirectional transmission)

01-04 ALS Introduction (Scenario 2 - tributary and line or OTU board, WDM-side fault, biddirectional transmission)

01-05 ALS Introduction (Scenario 3 - Ethernet board, client-side fault, biddirectional transmission)

01-06 ALS Introduction (Scenario 3 - Ethernet board, WDM-side fault, biddirectional transmission)

02-01 ALC Introduction (Without ALC)

02-02 ALC Introduction (With ALC)

02-03 ALC Principles

03-01 APE Introduction

04-01 IPA Introduction (Without IPA)

04-02 IPA Introduction (With IPA)

04-03 IPA Principles (Fiber break detection and laser shutdown)

04-04 IPA Principles (Laser restart scenario 1 - optical amplifier + OTU)

04-05 IPA Principles (Laser restart scenario 2 - optical amplifier + OSC)

05-01 Raman System IPA Introduction (Without IPA)

05-02 Raman System IPA Introduction (With IPA)

05-03 Raman System IPA Principles (Laser shutdown scenario 1 - normal communication between CRPC01 boards and NEs)

05-04 Raman System IPA Principles (Laser shutdown scenario 2 - communication failure between CRPC01 boards and NEs)

05-05 Raman System IPA Principles (Laser shutdown scenario 3 - RAU1 or RAU2 working normally)

05-06 Raman System IPA Principles (Laser shutdown scenario 4 - RAU1 or RAU2 + TN14FIU boards working normally)

05-07 Raman System IPA Principles (Laser restart scenario 1 - lasers on the Raman and ROP boards must be manually turned on)

05-08 Raman System IPA Principles (Laser restart scenario 1 - lasers on Raman and ROP boards do not need to be manually turned on)

05-09 Raman System IPA Principles (Laser restart scenario 2 - RAU1 or RAU2 + 14FIU + OSC)

06-01 AGC Introduction (AGC function during optical power fluctuation)

06-02 AGC Introduction (AGC function during wavelength adding or dropping)

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