Receiver sensitivity and minimum overload point of the TDX board


They vary according to the optical modules on the TDX board. For details, see the product documentation.

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Receiver overload point
The receiver overload point refers to the maximum optical power that can be received.

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

Method used to interconnect services on the TDX board and NS2 board
Cross-connections are configured between the two boards to groom services in between.

Slots for holding TDX boards in an OptiX OSN 6800 subrack
In an OptiX OSN 6800 subrack, a TDX board can be installed in any slots of IU1 to IU17.

Maximum packet length supported by the TDX board
The maximum packet length supported by the TDX board ranges from 1518 to 9600 (9600 by default). For the TN52TDX board, the maximum packet length cannot be set or queried on the U2000 when Port Mapping is set to Bit Transparent Mapping (11.1G).

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