The OTNS8600-OLS open line system highly integrates Mux/Demux, OA (FGA, VGA), OTDR, OCM, OLP and OSC into a 1U box to provide customers with an intelligent, open optical layer DCI network that is decoupled from the electrical level.
OTNS8600-OLS is the open line system for the open transport network architecture. The purpose is to treat the WDM line system at the optical level as a whole to achieve decoupling from the electrical level. It is a highly integrated box product with function of Mux / Demux, OA (FGA, VGA), OTDR, OCM, OLP and OSC.
Support NRZ (1-32G), PAM4 (40G/100G), Coherent (QPSK/8QAM/16QAM) multiple types of optical signal access.
Support optical cable monitoring, channel performance monitoring (working wavelength, optical power, OSNR).
Support CLI, Web GUI, SNMP and NETCONF management methods.
Supports visual operation and maintenance, and the operation and maintenance information is displayed on the LCD screen.
No manual configuration is required. After the line is connected, the automatic commissioning function is turned on, and the automatic deployment is carried out according to the link control algorithm of the WDM line system
An open line system (OLS) is a traditional optical line system used in telecoms that frees users from vendor lock-ins and allows for the configuration of a network that uses best-in-class parts from a variety of different manufacturers and vendors.
A truly open line system (OLS) is capable of transporting wavelengths from multiple vendors. Additionally, an OLS can be easily integrated into software-defined environments through open, standards-based application programming interfaces (APIs).
The basic optical fiber consists of two concentric layers—the inner core and the outer cladding, which has a refractive index lower than the core.