The OptiX Metro 6100 WDM Multi-Service Transmission System (OptiX Metro 6100) is mainly used in metro backbone networks, local networks, broadband data networks, and storage area networks. It uses Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) and Coarse Wavelength Division Multiplexing (CWDM) implements wide bandwidth, large capacity, and full transparent transmission.
The OptiX Metro 6100 supports multiple networking modes, including point-to-point, chain, ring, etc. It can also be networked with the access layer equipment OptiX Metro 6040 Box WDM System (OptiX Metro 6040) for complete metropolitan wavelength division. solution. Each node of the OptiX Metro 6100 system can perform wavelength scheduling, featuring easy capacity expansion, flexible service access, high bandwidth utilization, and high reliability.
The OptiX Metro 6100 system can multiplex up to 40 service channels in a single fiber, and can transmit 40 different wavelength carrier signals simultaneously. The general rate of each signal access is 10 Gbit/s or less. The OptiX Metro 6100 system delivers a total of two-way transmission capacity of 400 Gbit/s.
The OptiX Metro 6100 uses dual-fiber bidirectional mode for bidirectional transmission of dense wavelength division multiplexing, and applies reliable optical multiplexing/demultiplexing technology, erbium-doped fiber (EDFA) optical amplification technology, Raman optical amplification technology, SuperWDM. Technology, channel equalization technology, dispersion compensation technology, and unified network management technology make the OptiX Metro 6100 stable in performance and flexible in networking. It can form a network structure such as chain or ring.