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10/3/2013 10:00 AM EDT
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krisi   10/3/2013 12:06:26 PM
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It all looks great and I am sure that are some applications that wil use thse optical cable...but the addition of two O/E converters adds significant burden...could you compare cost and power dissipation between both approaches? Kris

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faddaou   10/7/2013 1:14:36 PM
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Cost or price-performance is about 1/10th of traditional rack and stand instruments, when considering instrument cost and throughput.

Regarding the O/E Picometrics makes instrument grade reference optical receivers that are widely used in testing optical modules. Chekc the PT-12B

 

 

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krisi   10/7/2013 1:25:32 PM
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1/10th of the cost??? sounds too good to be true...could you provide some specific numbers?

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faddaou   10/7/2013 1:54:01 PM
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contact Multilane Distributors such as the UR Group in the US or Starvoy in Canada. What specific module are you looking for? bit rate, port count, options, ...

 

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krisi   10/7/2013 2:11:19 PM
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thank you @faddaou...I am not looking any specific cables...I am just interested in general publicly available info

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