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ThB - Photonic Test and Evaluation II Session Presider: Chris Ward
10:30-12:15 Waterbury Ballroom
ThB.1 -
The History of the MT and its Variations Invited
10:30-11:00
2017-11-07 10:30 2017-11-07 11:00 America/Denver The History of the MT and its Variations Since the MT has introduced in NTT's subscriber line in 1988, it has been used in many optical fiber systems. Technical problems and solutions at development era are described. Also the MT ferrule Variation and MPO / MTP housing and its latest version are described. Hilton Santa Fe Historic Plaza Waterbury Ballroom

    T. Satake, USConec

    Since the MT has introduced in NTT's subscriber line in 1988, it has been used in many optical fiber systems. Technical problems and solutions at development era are described. Also the MT ferrule Variation and MPO / MTP housing and its latest version are described.
ThB.2 -
Cost Model-Based Network Design and Progress in Wdm Lan Standards
11:00-11:15
2017-11-07 11:00 2017-11-07 11:15 America/Denver Cost Model-Based Network Design and Progress in Wdm Lan Standards Significant steps towards improved design and deployment of Wavelength Division Multiplexed (WDM) networks and architectures for aircraft and ships are described, focusing on practical, Excel-based, detailed and comprehensive optical networks design Cost Model. We also describe recent progress in related SAE International WDM LAN standards that define the standard Optical Network Elements (ONE) used in the Cost Model. Hilton Santa Fe Historic Plaza Waterbury Ballroom

    J. Mazurowski, Freeport, PA, United States, S. Habiby, Vencore Labs, Red Bank, NJ, United States

    Significant steps towards improved design and deployment of Wavelength Division Multiplexed (WDM) networks and architectures for aircraft and ships are described, focusing on practical, Excel-based, detailed and comprehensive optical networks design Cost Model. We also describe recent progress in related SAE International WDM LAN standards that define the standard Optical Network Elements (ONE) used in the Cost Model.
ThB.3 -
Board Edge Mount Active Optical Connector
11:15-11:30
2017-11-07 11:15 2017-11-07 11:30 America/Denver Board Edge Mount Active Optical Connector A novel VPX blind mate active optical Plug-in to Backplane connector for embedded communication systems is presented. The Plug-in printed-circuit board interface integrates a low-profile, rugged, 4+4 channels fiber optic transceiver operating at 10Gbps per channel, over a temperature range from -40 to 85°C Hilton Santa Fe Historic Plaza Waterbury Ballroom

    J. Lauzon, Reflex Photonics Inc., Kirkland, QC, Canada, T. Oleszczak, Reflex Photonics Inc., Kirkland, QC, Canada S. El Kharraz, Reflex Photonics Inc., Kirkland, QC, Canada E. Hickey, Amphenol Aerospace, Sydney, NY, United States S. Langelier, Amphenol Aerospace, Sydney, NY, United States

    A novel VPX blind mate active optical Plug-in to Backplane connector for embedded communication systems is presented. The Plug-in printed-circuit board interface integrates a low-profile, rugged, 4+4 channels fiber optic transceiver operating at 10Gbps per channel, over a temperature range from -40 to 85°C
ThB.4 -
Measuring Fiber End Face Inspection Microscope Reproducibility using Chrome on Glass Artifacts
11:30-11:45
2017-11-07 11:30 2017-11-07 11:45 America/Denver Measuring Fiber End Face Inspection Microscope Reproducibility using Chrome on Glass Artifacts Fiber optic end face inspection microscopes must provide consistent results to obtain agreement on product quality throughout the supply chain. Chrome on glass artifacts, with defect diameters spanning the range of interest, were shown to provide quantitative measurement of the reproducibility across multiple FastMT scopes. Hilton Santa Fe Historic Plaza Waterbury Ballroom

    C. DiSaverio, Lockheed Martin Rotary and Mission Systems, NY, United States, C. Wilson, Cinch Connectivity Solutions, FL, United States D. Wilson, FiberQA

    Fiber optic end face inspection microscopes must provide consistent results to obtain agreement on product quality throughout the supply chain. Chrome on glass artifacts, with defect diameters spanning the range of interest, were shown to provide quantitative measurement of the reproducibility across multiple FastMT scopes.
ThB.5 -
Single Optical Source Based Multi-access Stable Radio Frequency Phase Transmission
11:45-12:00
2017-11-07 11:45 2017-11-07 12:00 America/Denver Single Optical Source Based Multi-access Stable Radio Frequency Phase Transmission Multi-access stable radio frequency phase dissemination for 100 km fiber-optic loop link is achieved based on single optical source. Phase jitter of 2.4 GHz signal at the accessing node is reduced to 1.57 ps/1.76 ps. Hilton Santa Fe Historic Plaza Waterbury Ballroom

    C. Liu, Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, Beijing, China, T. Jiang, Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, Beijing, China S. Yu, Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, Beijing, China R. Wu, Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, Beijing, China J. Shang, Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, Beijing, China W. Gu, Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, Beijing, China

    Multi-access stable radio frequency phase dissemination for 100 km fiber-optic loop link is achieved based on single optical source. Phase jitter of 2.4 GHz signal at the accessing node is reduced to 1.57 ps/1.76 ps.
ThB.6 -
Total Ionizing Dose Effects of Gamma-Ray Radiation on Several Commercial Optical Transceivers
12:00-12:15
2017-11-07 12:00 2017-11-07 12:15 America/Denver Total Ionizing Dose Effects of Gamma-Ray Radiation on Several Commercial Optical Transceivers This paper discusses the effect of ionizing radiation on several commercial transceivers. The changing of current and receiver sensitivity of optical transceivers are discussed and analyzed. Based on the results, the commercial components need to reinforce in order to be suitable for space application. Hilton Santa Fe Historic Plaza Waterbury Ballroom

    Y. Zhan, Technology and Engineering Center for Space utilization, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China, S. Cao, Technology and Engineering Center for Space utilization, Chinese Academy of Sciences , Beijing, China Y. Wang, Technology and Engineering Center for Space utilization, Chinese Academy of Sciences, , Beijing, China J. He, Technology and Engineering Center for Space utilization, Chinese Academy of Sciences, , Beijing, China

    This paper discusses the effect of ionizing radiation on several commercial transceivers. The changing of current and receiver sensitivity of optical transceivers are discussed and analyzed. Based on the results, the commercial components need to reinforce in order to be suitable for space application.