New Optical Polarization Splitting method (OPS-method, VIAVI pat pending) for measuring the true in-band OSNR in ROADM based networks
Future-proof design with a wide tuning range of 1250 to 1650 nm that is suitable for all optical DWDM and CWDM (Metro) networks up to 100GBps
Channel drop option for troubleshooting and fault location. lsolation of a single channel out of the entire spectrum for further in-depth signal analysis with BERT or a Q-factor meter
Software option for PMD testing based on the fixed analyzer PMD test method
Built-in optical component test applications for laser diodes, LEDs, and optical amplifiers
Industry-leading solutions for CWDM/DWDM- and ROADM testing-based systems up to 100GBps
VIAVI offers a full range of OSAs tailored for spectral measurements in CWDM systems in the access network as well as DWDM systems in high-speed backbone networks with datarates up to 40Gbps or 100Gbps. The range features an OSA for ROADM testing-based systems, providing true OSNR measurements based on VIAVI’s unique in-band OSNR method.
OSA-500R/500RS with in-band OSNR method to measure the true in-band OSNR in ROADM-based systems
InBand OSNR measurement time is significantly reduced using a fast polarization controller
Internal online wavelength calibration guarantees highest wavelength accuracy and requires no recalibration, thus significantly reducing service costs
High filter selectivity and lab optical performance over the full band, from 1250 to 1650nm, in a field-modular design
Measurement of the true in-band OSNR in Agile Optical networks including ROADM testing and dispersion compensating modules
DWDM and CWDM system testing during installation, maintenance, and network upgrade
Automated DWDM passive and active component testing
System verification testing according to the customer's preset limits
Verification of ROADM configurations in Agile Optical Networks
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