Difference between the per-channel average receive optical power (Min) and per-channel receive sensitivity (OMA) of the TN54TSXL board

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The per-channel receive sensitivity (OMA) indicates the standard-defined optical power range, including the sensitivity and overload point. It is not used for project commissioning. In practical project commissioning, the per-channel average optical power and total average optical power are used. It is advised that only the total average optical power is used.

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Methods for checking the difference between the receive optical powers of the working and protection channels on the DCP board
In the NE Explorer > DCP Configuration > WDM Interface to check the current receive optical power on the working and protection channels of the DCP board to confirm the difference.

Receive optical power range of the CMR4 board
The CMR4 board is an optical device. There is no requirement on the receive optical power range of the board.

Whether the CRPC board has a range of the receive optical power
Raman boards such as CRPC have no restriction on the receive optical power and therefore do not have a range of the receive optical power.

Receive optical power range of 2.5G optical ports on TOM boards
Conversion between SNCP protection types is not allowed. You need to convert the SNCP service into a common service, and convert the common service into the desired type of SNCP service.

Typical threshold of working and protection channel switching difference of the DCP board on OSN 6800 devices
The typical threshold of working and protection channel switching difference of the DCP board on OSN 6800 devices is 5 dB.

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