RE: [EFM] 10/29 EFM FEC Conf Call
May I suggest the term "laser cycle time" instead of
"laser on time", because it does includes all of the
"off" times, "ramp" times, etc, in addition to just
the "on" time.
At 08:21 AM 10/31/2002 -0800, Vipul Bhatt wrote:
A couple of quick clarifications, please.
You've defined a variable called "laser on time", but you mean
sum of laser off time, laser on time, AGC settling time and CDR
time - is that correct?
Also, your spreadsheet refers to "split ratio", but your
valid for the general situation where it doesn't have to be the
physical number of splits; it can be interpreted as number of guard
bands (or slots or grants) - is that correct?
Perhaps these interpretations are obvious to some, but I wanted to
be clear because we may be discussing this topic in the general
session on the 14th. Thanks.
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> > Date: Wednesday, October 30, 2002
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> > Chair: Larry Rennie, National Semiconductor
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> > NOTE: 800 NUMBER IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE.
> > Proposed Agenda/Discussion:
> > 1. CDR low BER Testing . Status.
> > 2. MPN low BER testing. Status.
> > 3. Presentations for November (Kauai) EFM meeting.
> > a. Overall FEC status. Larry
> > b. CDR testing results relative to the
CDR locking issue
> > at low BER when FEC
> > is used. Eric (UNH IOL).
> > c. MPN testing results relative to FEC
and low BER.
> Meir (Zonu).
> > d. FEC algorithm update (new material
and details). Lior
> > (Passave)?
> > Presentations a and d will probably be before the whole
> > and b and c will probably be before the Optics STF.
> > Larry