AFL Aims at Backhaul, Metro-E Testing

Aug. 26, 2013
AFL's WDM900 Lightwave Test Set is intended for performance analysis in the DWDM test space, specifically for testing cell backhaul and Metro Ethernet access networks. Equipped with the patent-pending AFL Health Meter, the WDM900 is designed to enable users to f...
AFL's WDM900 Lightwave Test Set is intended for performance analysis in the DWDM test space, specifically for testing cell backhaul and Metro Ethernet access networks. Equipped with the patent-pending AFL Health Meter, the WDM900 is designed to enable users to find, analyze, document and report issues related to optical signal-to-noise ratio (OSNR), wavelength drift and channel power. It employs a solid state, no-moving-parts design for both field and indoor use.The AFL Health Meter is designed to validate each DWDM channel against user-defined pass/fail criteria and immediately tell the user the health of the network.

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