Method used to determine whether the corrected error count is proper

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Question:
A huge corrected error count commonly exists on OTU boards with FEC. How do I determine whether the number is proper?
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Analysis:
The corrected error count is associated with bit error rate.
Bit error rate = Corrected error count/(Time x Board rate).
Answer:
The corrected error count is expressed in bits, and the board rate is expressed in bit/s. Therefore, the time must be converted into seconds. For example, the rate of an LWF board is 10 Gbit/s. If the 24-hour corrected error count is 5 million, the BER is calculated as follows: (500 x 10000)/(24 x 3600 x 10 x 1000000000) = 5.79 x 10E�?. Then, you can determine whether the corrected error count is proper.

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Whether the corrected error count is proper
The corrected error count is expressed in bits, and the board rate is expressed in bit/s. Therefore, the time must be converted into seconds. For example, the rate of an LWF board is 10G bit/s. If the 24-hour error correction count is 5 million, the corresponding BER is calculated as follows: (500 x 10000)/(24 x 3600 x 10 x 1000000000 = 5.79 x 10E-9. In this way, you can ascertain whether the corrected error count is proper.

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Disable the ALS function for the client-side laser of the WDM board and enable the laser to forcibly emit light. If the optical port on the router receives optical signals, the optical fiber in the transmit direction is correctly connected. Stop the router from emitting light. If the WDM board reports an R_LOS alarm, the optical fiber in the receive direction is correctly connected.

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