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Fiber 101 series — the new dimension of coherent optics

  • 27 janvier 2021
  • 11:00AM EST

Anabel Alarcon

Product Specialist

Anabel Alarcon brings to EXFO ten years of experience on networking troubleshooting for IP, MPLS and mobile backhaul technologies, her background allowed her to be part of the support team on the most important network manufacturers on the market. Supporting different services provider’s networks across Latin America, participating on product introduction and infrastructure implementation, also becoming account dedicated engineer for the most important service provider in Mexico.

Steve Jia

Distinguished Technologist, CableLabs

Steve Jia is a Distinguished Technologist on Optical Technologies at CableLabs, focusing on future optical access network architectures and emerging broadband wired and wireless converged technologies. Dr. Jia has published over 160 peer-reviewed papers, 1 book and 4 book chapters, he holds 50 US and foreign patents. Dr. Jia has been the Technical Lead of CableLabs’ point-to-point coherent optics specifications. He has a Ph.D. degree in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, USA.

We kicked off this webinar series with Corning, looking at the basics of fiber and ways to improve network capacity with DWDM technologies. In this third installment, EXFO partners with CableLabs to explore a new dimension of spectral efficiency: coherent optics. 

The advent of IoT, pandemic conditions, remote conference applications and cloud gaming are driving greater reliance on high-fidelity communication, and more importantly driving greater demand for bandwidth. 

Cable operators are still developing their networks, continuing to distribute plants further out as they cope with bandwidth pressure. They anticipate increasing amounts of data aggregation and edge applications that require robust and efficient spectral usage with higher signal-to-noise ratios (OSNR). These developments can only be supported with a new era of pluggable coherent optical technology that provides cleaner, more robust signals for longer distances. 

Key takeaways: 

  • Fundamentals of coherent optics communication 
  • Which problems coherent optics help solve 
  • How new pluggable coherent optics will coexist in the network alongside common client interface pluggables 
  • How validation and testing of end-to-end client traffic will be managed 
  • The need for proper test tools to ensure efficient deployment of pluggables in networks 

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