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2012-12-09 11:46:20

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Carriers to spend $1B on small cell backhaul by 2017 says Mobile Experts
Market research firm Mobile Experts has issued a forecast predicting that carriers will spend as much as $1 billion by 2017 to backhaul the femtocells, picocells, microcells, and metrocells needed to support next-generation wireless services. Fiber-based mobile backhaul technology may miss out on most of this outlay, the company suggests."Fiber-optic cable is the ideal solution, but is almost never available in the right places for high-capacity small cells," explained Dr. Jonathan Wells, principal analyst at Mobile Experts. "We expect the early small cell market to use RF backhaul below 6 GHz, to address the initial market requirements for throughput below about 80 Mbps. However, by 2016 we expect significant adoption of multiband small cells with embedded WiFi and much higher throughput requirements in the backhaul. We anticipate an additional market segment where high-throughput millimeter-wave backhaul links will be required."Mobile Experts notes that semiconductor developers currently face the dilemma of creating chips that balance low cost with high throughput performance. These devices will be used in both point-to-point and point-to-multipoint systems. “Our analysis indicates that the cost of wireless backhaul will reach the tipping point in 2015, making small cell deployment possible at a large scale," said Dr. Wells.The new 85-page Backhaul for Small Cells forecast and report provides multiple economic case studies that highlight the impact of various backhaul technologies on overall small cell viability. It also offers technical and deployment details that describe the various backhaul options.
Yokogawa AQ6150 series Optical Wavelength Meters accommodate 1024 wavelengths simultaneously
Yokogawa has complemented its line of optical spectrum analyzers with the new AQ6150 Series Optical Wavelength Meters. The optical wavelength meters are designed to offer high accuracy and large scale, with the ability to measure from 1 to 1024 wavelengths simultaneously. The space between wavelengths may be as narrow as 5 GHz.The company also touts the AQ6150 optical wavelength meter series as the fastest available, with the ability to measure, analyze, and transfer wavelength data within 0.3 s. Such speed is important in a variety of applications, such as evaluating the performance of tunable lasers.The AQ6150 Series includes two models. The AQ6151 model offers an accuracy of ± 0.3 pm, while the more moderately priced AQ6150 offers ± 1-pm accuracy. Both models feature a measurement wavelength range of 1270 to 1650 nm. The optical wavelength meters use a Michelson interferometer and a high-speed Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) algorithm, which enable them to measure a multiple-wavelength laser signal from a DWDM system and Fabry-Perot laser. The wavelength meters also are able to measure modulated laser signals as well as the CW signal from an optical transceiver.Michael Kwok, product manager, optical test and measurement at Yokogawa Corporation of America, admitted to Lightwave that in the past optical wavelength meters based on Michelson interferometers presented maintenance challenges. The fact that the internal reference laser at the heart of the interferometer eventually will burn out means such systems may require what can often be costly, complex, and time-consuming laser replacement procedures. Yokogawa has addressed this concern in the AQ6150 series in two ways. First, the meters use an internal reference laser with a lifespan of 40,000 hours, which Yokogawa asserts is significantly greater than that of the internal reference lasers competitors use. Second, the new optical wavelength meters have been designed to simplify the laser replacement process, which means the procedure is less costly and time-consuming than may have been the case previously with similar instruments, particularly from other suppliers.okogawa expects the AQ6150 series to find use in testing WDM transmission systems as well as such devices as distributed feedback lasers, tunable lasers, Fabry-Perot lasers, and optical transceivers. The 1024-wavelength capacity means that several devices under test can be connected to the optical wavelength meters simultaneously, which makes the instruments particularly useful in production applications.The two models are 19 inches wide and 3RU high. Deliveries should begin in January 2013. While not releasing specific numbers for publication, Yokogawa says the prices for the two models are lower than those of competing optical wavelength meters.
Omron Network Products optical subsystem supports HDMI, USB, Ethernet
Omron Network Products, LLC has unveiled the latest addition to its SX51 optical subsystem family for multichannel video and data transmission. The SX51-02E transmitter and receiver modules can support HDMI, USB 1.1, and Ethernet over five transmit lanes and one receive lane on a single multimode fiber.The 02E transmitter and receiver modules can support HDMI 1080P with 16-bit color. Like the other members of the SX51 family, the new 02E devices are intended to enable system designers fast time to market as well as flexibility, particularly for audio-visual and industrial applications.Omron Network Products cites the following as the key features of the SX51-02E subsystem:Compatibility with HDMI-compliant sources and sinks  Accepts TMDS inputs directly into its 40-pin plug-down connector  Support for USB 1.1 peripheral interconnect functionality  Support for 10/100 Ethernet networking functionality  Support for HDCP/EDID/CEC/ARC consumer electronics functionality  Support for infrared pass-through, from the sink to the source Automatic laser disable upon fiber disconnect."Like many of our top products, the 02E subsystem was developed directly from customer input and underscores our commitment to delivering powerful functionality but also flexibility," noted Martin Smith, director of marketing, ONP. "The 02E maintains the same easy-to-use integrated 'pluggable' form factor customers rely on, while surpassing competing optical modules with true USB 1.1, error-free Ethernet, and broad product and signal compatibility, including HDMI and HDCP. Ultimately, the end customer experiences flawless transmission of high-definition video and data, all over a single, low-cost fiber."The SX51-02E subsystem is available now.
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10GTEK TRANSCEIVERS CO., LTD (Hereinafter refered to as 10GTEK) is specialized in developing and manufacturing Fiber Optical Transceivers and High Performance Cables which are wildly applied in Datacom, Telecom and CATV, providing customers with top quality and cost effective products. Our High Speed Cables cover Passive SFP+ Cable, Active SFP+ Cable, QSFP+ cables, MiniSAS (SFF-8088) Cables, CX4 Cables, Harness cables, Breakout Cables, Patchcords. We also manufacture Fiber Optic Transceivers like 10G XFP, 10G SFP+, SFP DWDM/ CWDM, GBIC, etc. The prompt response and excellent customer support contribute to clients‘ full satisfaction.Today, 10GTEK has been growing fast in the optical field for its unique and competitve excellence which has got a high attention from datacom and telecom.
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