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Keysight (Agilent) 83434A 10 GB/s Lightwave Receiver

The Agilent 83434A 10 Gb/s lightwave receiver is designed to recover clock data and to provide linear, non-retimed data from digitally modulated SDH/ SONET STM-64/OC-192 optical signals, as well as signals employing forward error correction (FEC) at 10.664 Gb/s (option 106). The receiver is based on an amplified PIN receiver to produce a linear output with AGC stabilization. The receiver is designed to provide –16 dBm sensitivity with PRBS lengths to 231 –1 with BER performance of at least 1E-10. The recovered clock can be used as a trigger input for the Agilent Infiniium DCA to allow optical eye diagram measurements when no external clock signal is available for triggering. The recovered clock also provides the required clock input for the error detector of the Agilent 71612B error performance analyzer. The non-retimed data output can be used with an error detector to measure and optimize BER. The output of the receiver is also appropriate for eye contour and Q-factor measurements. The Agilent 83434A can be combined with the Agilent 83433A 10 Gb/s lightwave transmitter to create a complete optical link for system or fiber testing, or to form a basis for substitution testing of commercial transmitters and receivers. Specifications. Optical Input; Wavelength: 1300 to 1600 nm. Optical input power: –16 to 0 dBm. Return loss: 28 dB minimum. “Loss of optical input” alarm threshold: –25 to –20 dBm. Maximum Safe Input Level; Optical input power: +7 dBm maximum. Data Output; Amplitude: 0.5 to 1.5 V pk-pk. Lower 3 dB frequency: 0.10 MHz. Upper 3 dB frequency: 6.5 GHz. Return loss: 9.5 dB minimum. Impedance: 50 ohm. Recovered Clock Output; Amplitude: 0.5 to 1. 5 V pk-pk. Frequency: 9953.26 to 9953.30 MHz; 9953.28 nominal. Frequency (opt. 106): 10664.03 to 10664.43 MHz; 10664.23 nominal. Duty cycle: 45/55% maximum; 50/50% nominal. Clock to data alignment: ±25.12 ps maximum. 3 dB bandwidth: 8 to 12 MHz; 10 MHz nominal. Jitter generation: 2 ps rms maximum. Return loss: 12 dB minimum. Impedance: 50 ohm. Option 106 For FEC signals, substitutes clock recovery at 10.644 GHz.


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Related Optical Terms and Definitions. For a complete list go to our  Terms and Definitions Page.

Absolute Wavelength Accuracy
Absolute Wavelength Accuracy is the maximum difference between the actual wavelength and the displayed wavelength of the Optical Source. Wavelength is defined as wavelength in vacuum.

Decibel (dB)
A unit of measurement of optical power which indicates relative power. A -10 dB means a reduction in power by 10 times, -20 dB means another 10 times or 100 times overall, -30 means another 10 times or 1000 times overall and so on.

Nanometer (nm)
A unit of measure used to measure wavelength of light, meaning one one-billionth of a meter

Relative Intensity Noise (RIN)
Relative intensity noise (RIN), describes the instability in the power level of a laser. The noise term is important to describe lasers used in fiber-optic communication and LIDAR remote sensing. It is the square of the (spectrally resolved) RMS optical power amplitude divided by the measurement bandwidth and the square of the average optical power, expressed in dB/Hz.

Total Return loss
In an optical fiber, the loss that takes place at any discontinuity of refractive index, especially at an air-glass interface such as a fiber endface, at which a fraction of the optical signal is reflected back toward the source. RL = - 10log10 (Preflected/Preference)

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