AW: [EFM] RE: Link Model
My question however, also related to the actual values used.
For example, if I enter 20km into the 1300nm_SMF spreadsheet, then
I don't get a result as several parameters are not real, e.g. Pmpn Pisietc.
Does this mean that the results presented were for 1310 nm operation etc?
The values on the OH's differ from those in the spreadsheet.
Von: larry_golob@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:larry_golob@xxxxxxxxxxx]
Gesendet am: Freitag, 8. Juni 2001 18:11
An: Thomas.Murphy@xxxxxxxxxxxx; efmoptics@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx;
Betreff: [EFM] RE: Link Model
The model is available on the 10 GBE section of the IEEE Working Group
I used the Enhanced Gigabit Ethernet Link Budget Spreadsheet (Version
2)(which is attached) as the model for my brief presentation at the St.
From: Thomas.Murphy@xxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:Thomas.Murphy@xxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Friday, June 08, 2001 3:45 AM
To: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
Subject: Link Model
I am sending this mail to both reflectors as I think the
reflector for the EFM Optics group is not 'reflecting'.
I am working on link models for PON and p-p systems
based on component information I have here at my disposal.
Could somebody please send me a copy of the Excel spread-sheet
containing the values used to generate the results presented
at the St. Louis meeting.
Thanks in advance