WBM-20, CWDM Multiplexer

Specification:
CWDM optical interface Aggregate data rate: 20 Gbps
Channel data rate: 1.25 Gbps / 2.5 Gbps
Operational distance, max: 60 km
Waveleght: 1470nm / 1490nm / 1510nm / 1530nm / 1550nm / 1570nm / 1590nm / 1610nm
Output power: -5 dBm a€¦ 0 dBm
Receive sensitivity: -16dBm / -24dBm
Connector type: FC/PC
Fiber Type: single mode
Customer optical interface Data rate: 1.25 Gbps / 2.5 Gbps
Connector type: SC or LC
Multi-mode fibre
  • Operational distance: 0.5 km
  • Waveleght: 850 nm
  • Output power: -9.5 dBm a€¦ -4 dBm
  • Receive sensitivity: -17 dBm
Single-mode fibre
  • Operational distance: 15 km / 60 km
  • Waveleght: 1310 nm / 1550 nm
  • Output power: -10 dBm a€¦ -3 dBm
  • Receive sensitivity -20 dBm / -23 dBm
MUX / OADM module Maximum insertion loss: <4dB
Adjacent channel isolation: >40 dB
Connector type: FC/PC
Dual power supply AC power: 90 - 264VAC; 100W; full redundancy
DC power: 36 - 72VDC; 100W; full redundancy
Operating Environment Operating temperature: +0oC to +45oC
Storage temperature: -40oC to +80oC
Relative humidity: 10% to 90% (non-condensing)
Mechanical Dimensions: 430mm x 280mm x 225mm (W x D x H)
Weight: 15 kg per shelf fully loaded
Plug-in modules WBM-MUX(TX): CWDM multiplexer for 8 wavelengths
WBM-MUX(RX): CWDM demultiplexer for 8 wavelengths
WBM-TR1.25G: transponder card low band
WBM-TR2.5G: transponder card high band
WBM-OADM1: OADM card for one add-drop channel
WBM-OADM2: OADM card for two add-drop channels
WBM-OADM3: OADM card for three add-drop channels
WBM-OADM4: OADM card for four add-drop channels
FM-S: ICM Intelligent control module (SNMP agent)
Applications:
  • ENTERPRISE CUSTOMERS use WBM-20 to expand the reach and versatility of their diverse network applications to transport multiple formats of video, data, and voice between premises.
  • SERVICE PROVIDERS use WBM-20 to terminate SONET/SDH applications in their metropolitan network while simultaneously adding new revenue opportunities for high-speed LAN and SAN services with no extra infrastructure.
  • Point-to-Point topology
  • Point-to-Multipoint topology (linear add/drop)
  • Ring topology