Why Can Two Optical Modules with Different Center Wavelengths Successfully Conne

Created: Apr 6, 2016 21:50:58Latest reply: Apr 7, 2016 13:11:39 909 1 0 0
Why Can Two Optical Modules with Different Center Wavelengths Successfully Connected?
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Osaideo     Created Apr 7, 2016 13:11:39 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

The wavelength of an optical module's transmit signals fluctuates around its center wavelength. If optical modules have a long wavelength scope, the wavelengths of optical modules with different center wavelengths may overlap. In this case, interfaces on the optical modules become Up.

The center wavelengths of the connected optical modules must be the same. Otherwise, packets will be incorrectly exchanged between the optical modules.

Parent topic: Interface Management
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