How do you test 100G networks? - Lightwave

How do you test 100G networks?

According to the January/February 2011 Lightwave magazine article “Test a hurdle for 100G deployment” that opens that issue’s “Analysis” section, while 100-Gbps optical network systems are ready for deployment, the systems necessary to test their operation in the field aren’t. Test equipment suppliers are only now coming to grips with requirements, writes Lightwave Editorial Director and Associate Publisher Stephen Hardy…

 

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