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Tektronix, Inc. - 80C07B
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Multirate Datacom and Telecom Optical Sampling Module

Model: 80C07B
  • 80C07B provide excellent optical sensitivity and broad wavelength test capability
  • 80C07B multirate telecom conformance testing solutions from 125Mb/s 4 (OC-3/STM-4) through 11.317Gb/s (10GFC w/ FEC) and multirate datacom conformance testing solutions for Fibre Channel, gigabit Ethernet, and Infiniband standards
  • Applications:
  • High-speed optical communications testing
  • Extinction ratio and Q-factor measurements
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The 80C07B module is a broad wavelength (700 to 1650nm) optical sampling module optimized for testing multirate datacom telecom signals from 125 to 2500Mb/s.

With its amplified O/E converter design, this module provides excellent signal-to-noise performance, allowing users to examine low-power optical signals. The 80C07B can be optionally configured with clock recovery that supports 125, 155, 622, 1063, 1250, 2125, 2488, 2500, and 2666Mb/s rates.

  • 80C07B provide excellent optical sensitivity and broad wavelength test capability
  • 80C07B multirate telecom conformance testing solutions from 125Mb/s 4 (OC-3/STM-4) through 11.317Gb/s (10GFC w/ FEC) and multirate datacom conformance testing solutions for Fibre Channel, gigabit Ethernet, and Infiniband standards
  • Applications:
  • High-speed optical communications testing
  • Extinction ratio and Q-factor measurements
  • Eye, pattern, and pulse shape analysis
  • Relaxation oscillation testing
  • Optical signal analysis
  • Compliance testing
  • NRZ, RZ, and optical duobinary signal characterization
 
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