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Today, many users apply optical network components from different suppliers. Thus, we need to test if the optical transceivers are compatible and interoperatable with other components. Otherwise, components are possible to be broken. Meanwhile, the entire network can’t operate well.

As we know, a fiber optical transceiver has a transmitter and a receiver. The transceiver transmits data trough a fiber from transmitter to receiver. But the system doesn’t work and doesn’t get your desired bit-error-ratio (BER). What’s wrong? Is there anything wrong with the transmitter? Or is the receiver at fault? Maybe both are faulty. A low-quality transmitter can compensate for by a low-quality receiver (and vice versa). So specifications should guarantee that any receiver can interoperate with a worst-case transmitter, and any transmitter will provide a signal with sufficient quality so that it will interoperate with a worst-case receiver.



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