Whether the TOM board has wavelength or frequency limitations

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When functioning as a pure tributary board, the TOM board does not have any frequency limitation and it supports all broad-spectrum optical signals. When the TOM board functions as an OTU board, its WDM-side ports have frequency limitations.

Other related questions:
Service rate limit for GE services on the TOM board
The TOM board does not support port bandwidth limit. All OTN boards do not support this function. The function is supported only by the service boards that support the L2 processing capability, such as TEM28 and LEM24.

Whether the LOG board is wavelength-tunable
If the code of the OTU board contains T, it indicates that the board is wavelength-tunable.

Whether wavelengths on the NS3 board are tunable
The NS3 board supports tunable wavelengths on the WDM side.

Whether the TOM board supports 10G services
The TOM board can receive services at the maximum rate of OTU1. It cannot receive services at the 10G rate.

Functions of the TOM board
The TOM board is an 8-channel Any service processing board. It supports various applications: 1. Functions as a tributary board to perform mutual conversion between ODU0/ODU1 signals and signals at arbitrary rates in the range of 100 Mbit/s to 2.67 Gbit/s. 2. Functions as an OTU board to perform mutual conversion between OTU1 signals and signals at arbitrary rates in the range of 100 Mbit/s to 2.67 Gbit/s. 3. Converges multiple channels of services into one channel of ODU0/ODU1 services.

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