BS EN 61290-4-3:2015 - Optical amplifiers. Test methods. Power transient parameters. Single channel optical amplifiers in output power control

BS EN 61290-4-3:2015

Optical amplifiers. Test methods. Power transient parameters. Single channel optical amplifiers in output power control

Status : Superseded, Withdrawn   Published : November 2015 Replaced By : BS EN IEC 61290-4-3:2018

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IEC 61290-4-3:2015(E) applies to output power controlled optically amplified, elementary sub-systems. It applies to optical fibre amplifiers (OFA) using active fibres containing rare-earth dopants, presently commercially available, as indicated in IEC 61291-1, as well as alternative optical amplifiers that can be used for single channel output power controlled operation, such as semiconductor optical amplifiers (SOA). The object of this standard is to provide the general background for optical amplifier (OA) power transients and its measurements and to indicate those IEC standard test methods for accurate and reliable measurements of the following transient parameters:


- Transient power response;


- Transient power overcompensation response;


- Steady-state power offset;


- Transient power response time. The stimulus and responses behaviours under consideration include:


- Channel power increase (step transient);


- Channel power reduction (inverse step transient);


- Channel power increase/reduction (pulse transient);


- Channel power reduction/increase (inverse pulse transient);


- Channel power increase/reduction/increase (lightning bolt transient);


- Channel power reduction/increase/reduction (inverse lightning bolt transient). These parameters have been included to provide a complete description of the transient behaviour of an output power transient controlled OA. The test definition defined here are applicable if the amplifier is an OFA or an alternative OA. However, the description in Annex A of this document concentrates on the physical performance of an OFA and provides a detailed description of the behaviour of OFA; it does not give a similar description of other OA types. Keywords: output power controlled optically amplified elementary sub-systems, optical fibre amplifiers, rare-earth dopants



This publication is to be read in conjunction with

IEC 61291-1:2012

.




Standard NumberBS EN 61290-4-3:2015
TitleOptical amplifiers. Test methods. Power transient parameters. Single channel optical amplifiers in output power control
StatusSuperseded, Withdrawn
Publication Date30 November 2015
Withdrawn Date19 July 2018
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)IEC 61291-1:2012, EN 61291-1:2012
Informative References(Provided for Information)IEC 61290-3-3, EN 61290-4-1, IEC 61290-4-1, EN 61290-3-3
Replaced ByBS EN IEC 61290-4-3:2018
International RelationshipsEN 61290-4-3:2015,IEC 61290-4-3:2015
Draft Superseded By13/30284148 DC
DescriptorsResponse time, Optical fibres, Amplifiers, Gain control, Optoelectronic devices, Wavelengths, Optical measurement, Electronic equipment and components, Fibre optics, Amplification, Optical amplifiers
ICS33.180.30
Title in FrenchAmplificateurs optiques. Méthodes d'essai. Paramètres de puissance transitoire. Contrôle de la puissance de sortie des amplificateurs optiques monocanaux
Title in GermanOptische Verstärker. Prüfverfahren. Leistungs- Transientenkenngrößen von Ein-Kanal-LWL-Verstärkern mit Ausgangs-Leistungskontrolle
CommitteeGEL/86/3
ISBN978 0 580 83188 1
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages30
File Size1.319 MB
Price£182.00


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