Specifications of the client-side optical modules of TQX boards on the OSN 8800

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For 10 Gbit/s multirate 40 km client-side optical modules intended for TQX boards, the maximum and minimum transmit optical power values are 2 dBm and �?.7 dBm respectively, and the receiver sensitivity (multirate) is �?4 dBm.
For 10 Gbit/s multirate 80 km client-side optical modules intended for TQX boards, the maximum and minimum transmit optical power values are 4 dBm and 0 dBm respectively, and the receiver sensitivity (multirate) is �?4 dBm.

Other related questions:
Whether the optical module of the OSN 8800 ST2 board is pluggable
The ST2 board supports the 1511 nm or 1491 nm pluggable optical module.

Method used to identify whether the WDM-side optical module of the ND2 board in OptiX OSN 8800 is wavelength tunable
The board with "T" included in the BOM code is wavelength-tunable.

Whether the TOM board on the OSN 6800 supports 1.25G optical modules and whether the client-side laser on the local board emits light if no light is received on the client side of the peer board
The client side of a TOM board supports optical modules with rates ranging from 100 Mbit/s to 2.5 Gbit/s. When ALS is enabled for the client-side laser on the local TOM board, the client-side laser on the local board will not emit light if no light is received on the client side of the peer board. When ALS is disabled for the client-side laser on the local TOM board, the status of the client-side laser on the local board is not adversely affected by the client-side light receiving status of the peer board.

Difference between client-side 10GE LAN and 10GE WAN services on the TQX board
Both 10GE LAN and 10GE WAN services are Ethernet services but have different service rates. The rate of 10GE LAN services is 10.31 Gbit/s and that of 10GE WAN services is 9.95 Gbit/s. Set the client-side service type of the TQX board based on the actual rate of received services.

Whether the client-side optical port of the peer OTU board does not send or receive optical signals if the client-side optical port of the local OTU board does not with ALS enabled
According to the ALS principle, if the local OTU board does not receive any optical signal on its client side, the peer OTU board will not emit light on its client side.

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