The OM4245 Coherent Optical Modulation Analyzer provides the ultimate flexibility in your system configuration by being tightly integrated with the DP070000SX Series 70 GHz real-time oscilloscopes and the DSA8300 Series 70 GHz equivalent-time oscilloscope.
The OM4245 uses coherent detection to acquire fiber signals carrying up to 80 GBaud, then analyzes both modulation and source properties using the power of optical industry tested DSP. It presents a rich library of results and graphical plots with the ease of use offered by a dedicated graphical user interface. Dynamic and feature-rich MATLAB integration provides the ultimate in analysis system customization and extensibility.
|Complete characterization of signals up to 80 GBaud with the DPO70000SX Series 70 GHz real-time oscilloscope and the DSA8300 Series 70 GHz equivalent-time oscilloscope||Tight integration with both real-time and equivalent-time Tektronix Oscilloscopes for calibrated system performance|
|Support for multi-carrier systems, including 400G superchannels||Performs automated testing of multi-carrier systems and provides integrated channel measurement results for fast analysis|
|Optimal signal processing algorithms for optical signals||No need to be a signal processing expert to get the best results|
|Detailed analysis of phase or amplitude-modulated signals||Q-factor plots provide BER vs. decision threshold and SNR|
|Support for dual polarization transmission||See tributary polarization state and extinction ratio|
|Compatible with 3rd Party Coherent Receivers||OM2210 provides flexibility to support future & existing needs|
|Direct MATLAB Interface||Enables quick, customizable analysis based on any variable|
|Two narrow linewidth ECDL lasers built into system||Assists in rapid calibration verification|
|Data Sheet||Software Package / Software Option||Description||Configure and Quote|
|MCS||Adds multi-carrier (superchannel) support.||Contact Account Manager|
|OM1106||Coherent Lightwave Signal Analyzer Software||Configure & Quote|
Adds QAM and other software demodulators.
|Contact Account Manager|
|CC||C-band lasers, receiver|
|LL||L-band lasers, receiver|
|EXT||Adds external connectors for reference laser|
|OM2210 C||C-Band Coherent Receiver Calibration Source (single laser) with software|
|OM2210 CC||C-Band Coherent Receiver Calibration Source (dual lasers) with software|
|OM2210 L||L-Band Coherent Receiver Calibration Source (dual lasers) with software|
|OM2210 LL||L-Band Coherent Receiver Calibration Source (dual lasers) with software|
|OM2210 CL||C + L-Band Coherent Receiver Calibration Source (1 each laser) with software|
|OM2210 NL||C + L-Band Coherent Receiver Calibration Source (no lasers) with software|
Coherent Optical Measurements Reference Poster
Quickly and easily identify the cause of coherent optical transmitter and receiver impairments with this reference poster.
Coherent Optical Signal Generation with High-Performance AWG
Learn how instrument characteristics and performance level of the AWG70000 influence the ability to generate different modulation schemes and the way the instrument’s flexibility can be used to compensate for internal and external device imperfections and to emulate component and link distortions.
Choosing an Oscilloscope for Coherent Optical Modulation Analysis
Learn about the basic technologies used to convert complex modulated optical signals to electrical signals capable of being acquired by an oscilloscope, coherent detection techniques and why real-time or equivalent-time scopes may be chosen, and see a number of equipment configurations that support coherent demodulation and analysis.
Automating Bit Error Rate Measurements of Complex Modulated Optical Signals
Common to all digital communications systems is the need to characterize bit error rates (BER). In this application note, you will learn how the Tektronix OM4106D Coherent Lightwave Signal Analyzer enables access to the complete set of variables for characterizing complex optical signals on fiber.
Characterizing Coherent Optical Systems Webinar
Learn about the coherent modulation being considered for 400G networks, the key building blocks of a coherent test system, how to optimize measurement accuracy and the benefits of customizable analysis for non-standard testing.