DWDM Booster Inline and Pre-Amplifier EDFA Solution
Highly integrated with PacketLight Management platforms and transponder/muxponder products
Cost effective, compact 1U platform with single or dual DWDM amplifiers
Full remote monitoring on the input and output power and user configurable gain
Eye safety feature allows the automatic shutdown of the EDFA when the output connector is not properly terminated
Fully managed as part of the DWDM link
Supports up to 96 wavelengths
Integrated optical switch for facility protection
Integrated DCM (Dispersion compensation module) for long distance links
Offering variety of EDFA types: Booster, Inline, Midstage and Pre-Amplifiers
Up to 4 amplifier modules in 1U
Supports AGC (Automatic Gain Control) and APC (Automatic Power Control) operation modes
Embedded Optical Supervisory Channel for remote management and topology detection
Supports single and dual fiber operation
Dual AC or DC pluggable power supply and pluggable FAN units
The PL-1000IL DWDM amplifier is designed to extend the power link budget of DWDM solutions in a cost effective manner. The PL-1000IL provides amplification for a range of optical solutions starting from 4 wavelengths up to 96 DWDM wavelengths and incorporates 4 main types of low-noise EDFAs (Erbium-Doped Fiber Amplifiers) Booster, Inline and Pre-Amplifier and Raman Amplifier for DWDM.
The EDFAs are gain flattened and have low Optical Signal to Noise Ratio (OSNR), thus enabling cascading of several EDFAs to form amplified link over long distances. PL-1000IL is fully integrated with other DWDM transponder/muxponder products. In addition, PL-1000IL unit are fully managed, configured, and monitored via PacketLight’s user-friendly Web-based management tool, PacketLight’s EMS solution or any third party SNMP based management tool.
Extending the optical link power budget to meet distance and attenuation requirements of DWDM networks
High throughput Metro Ethernet connectivity over large distances
Upgrade the optical link budget to support 10G services
Reducing number of regenerators and sites along the fiber
Overcome old fiber infrastructure high loss
CWDM / DWDM, Multiplexed Transmission Testing, Metro Ethernet, Data Centre Connectivity, GPON (Gigabit Passive Optical Network), Last Mile, Network Infrastructure, Network Core and Edge, OTN (Optical Transport Networking), CWDM (Coarse Wavelength Division Multiplexing), Dark Fiber, DWDM (Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing), Layer-1 Encryption for Optical Networks, Storage Area Networks (SAN), Enterprise Networking, Ethernet and LAN Devices, Fiber Interconnect Components
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