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Link Power Budget for Fiber Number for Tx to Rx Fiber loss Splice loss Connector loss Other fiber loss _________ Fiber loss (sum L1 to L4) WDM insertion loss DCM insertion loss Amplifier gain (show as neg) Other component loss ______ Link loss (sum L5 to L9) CD penalty PMD penalty PDL Tmax penalty Nonlinear penalties total Extinction ratio penalty Total link loss with penalties (sum L10 to L15)
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Specification Valuesat _______ nm Unit Value Quantity Line Totals
Measurement Values at ______ nm
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Link Power Budget for Fiber Number for Tx to Rx Maximum transmit power Minimum transmit power Receiver overload power Receiver sensitivity at BER______, & OSNR______ Minimum transceiver budget (L18 L20) Minimum measurable receive power (L18 L10 ) Maximum measurable Rx power < L19 (L17 L10 ) Remaining margin BoL must be > 0 (L21 L16) System aging Cable repair Remaining margin EoL must be > 0 (L24 L25 L26)
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Specification Valuesat _______ nm Unit Value Quantity Line Totals
Measurement Values at ______ nm
Measured Rx power
Optical Power and Loss
Because power loss is dependent on signal wavelength, all loss measurements and specification calculations are performed at the operating signal wavelength For single-channel non-WDM systems, measurements and calculations are typically performed at 1310 and/or 1550 nm For WDM systems the link loss budget is completed for the individual WDM channels Typically, budgets are completed for both the first and last WDM channels to ensure the budget is not exceeded at the WDM channel edges The exception to this rule is for CWDM multiplexer systems with greater than 8 channels (1471 to 1611 nm) Because of high power loss near the water peak wavelength of 1383 nm, for some fiber types, loss measurements are taken for every channel below 1471 to ensure they are all within budget Explanation of the link power budget individual lines are as follows: 1 The first line, fiber loss, represents the signal power loss due only to the fiber To estimate this loss, the specified fiber attenuation is entered in the Unit Value column and fiber length is entered in the Quantity column The product of these two entries is the fiber loss If the fiber link loss is measured then it is entered in the Measurement column 2 The splice loss line accounts for all fiber splice losses in the link A typical good splice loss is less than 01 dB The number of times a cable is spliced during installation depends on the fiber cable reel size and other route factors 3 The connector loss line accounts for all connection losses in the link Typically there will be at least two fiber connections in a link, at the fiber distribution panel, at each end of a link Connection loss (two connectors and an adapter) is typically less than 05 dB for good quality connectors Note that the connection loss at the transmission equipment is not included in any loss calculations 4 The other fiber loss line includes any other fiber losses, such as bad fiber bends 5 Fiber loss represents the total end-to-end optical power loss in the fiber link It is calculated by summing lines L1 through L4 This value can be referred to as the dark fiber loss 6 If passive WDMs are in the link, then their insertion loss at both cable ends is entered here The WDM insertion loss is available from the manufacturer 7 If DCMs are included in the link, their insertion loss is entered here This information is available from the manufacturer 8 If optical amplifiers are used in the link, enter their total gain of all amplifiers in the link as a negative dB value here
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