Anritsu introduces world’s first 56 Gbaud NRZ/PAM4 BER measurement solution
Via Anritsu News
Nov 18, 2016
MP1800A BERT with new 64 Gbaud PAM4 DAC and DEMUX MP1862A create single solution for testing next-generation high-speed devices and modules
Richardson, TX – October 28, 2016 – Anritsu Company introduces the world’s first 56 Gbaud NRZ/PAM4 BER Test Solution that integrates the new 64 Gbaud PAM4 DAC G0374A with the industry-leading Signal Quality Analyzer (SQA) MP1800A and 56G/64G DEMUX MP1862A. The solution supports 53.125 Gbaud PAM4 transmission defined by the next-generation 400 GbE standard and was developed to address the need for scalable and flexible test solutions to verify next-generation communications devices, optical devices, and optical transceiver modules during the R&D stage.
The new easily expandable G0374A is used with the 32 Gbit/s built-in Pulse Pattern Generator (PPG) of the MP1800A to convert half-rate 32G NRZ signals and generate 64 Gbaud NRZ/PAM4 signals. Additionally, the 28G/32G Error Detector (ED) with high sensitivity of 25 mV that is built in to the MP1800A can be used with the 56/64 Gbit/s DEMUX MP1862A to generate wideband PAM4 signals up to 64 Gbaud to support highly accurate 400 GbE 53.125 Gbaud BER measurements.
The SQA MP1800A is a plug-in module type Bit Error Rate Tester (BERT) that can generate synchronous signals for up to 8 channels using the built-in 32G multi-channel PPG module. It features low intrinsic jitter of 300 fs rms for highly accurate jitter tolerance tests. The scalable platform of the measurement solution maximizes equipment investment and controls future costs.
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