Non-linearity requirements and technologies on a 100G line

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In general, optical signals with a higher modulation rate have a lower tolerance for fiber non-linear effect. The strength of fiber non-linear effect is related to the incident optical power, optical spectral width of optical signals, properties of modulation formats, fiber dispersion coefficient, and number of fiber spans. Some special modulation format techniques, such as phase modulation and return-to-zero (RZ) modulation, enable the signals to better withstand fiber non-linear effect during transmission.

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Whether a 100G WDM system can use the optical-layer subracks for a 40G non-coherent system
Yes, but this hybrid transmission application needs to be evaluated based on network conditions.

What requirements does the TE10 in non-working state pose on the relative humidity?
Relative humidity required for the TE10 in non-working state: 0% to 95%

What requirements does the TE20 in non-working state pose on the relative humidity?
Relative humidity required for the TE20 in non-working state: 0% to 95%

What requirements does the TE20 in non-working state pose on the ambient temperature?
Ambient temperature required for the TE20 in non-working state: �C40��C to +70��C (�C40��F to +158��F) Ambient temperature of the TE20 in working state: 0��C to 40��C (32��F to 104��F)

What requirements does the TE10 in non-working state pose on the ambient temperature?
Ambient temperature required for the TE10 in non-working state: �C40��C to +70��C (�C40��F to +158��F)

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