WAVELENGTH Sample Clauses

WAVELENGTH. A. Exodus acknowledges that (i) the circuits used for the Wavelength Services are not protected by a restoration protocol within or external to the SONET frame structure, (ii) Global Crossing will not provide Wavelength Services using conventional SONET TDM add/drop multiplexers using a BLSR or UPSR or linear restoration protocol within or external to the SONET frame structure, and (iii) the interoperability of the individual circuits is dependent upon the joint interconnection of the interface between Global Crossing’s WDM system and Exodus’s source systems and facilities. Exodus’s source systems will operate within the conventional 1310nm and 1550nm passbands, using Short Reach, Intermediate Reach, or Long Reach optic, as defined in Telcordia GR-253-CORE. Except with Exodus’s prior written consent, Global Crossing will provide the Wavelength Services solely over Global Crossing’s facilities-based TDM / WDM network and fiber, equipment or other WDM service(s) owned or controlled by Global Crossing and its Affiliates.
WAVELENGTH. Range of optical wavelengths into the optical receiver that the receiver meets a minimum set of performance requirements.
WAVELENGTH. Output optical wavelength is measured by placing a jumper on the transmitter output connector and routing it into either an optical spectrum analyzer or wavelength meter. The optical wavelength measurement equipment should be set to vacuum for the measurement.
WAVELENGTH. Peak wavelength out of the transmitter expressed in nm.
WAVELENGTH. Max Range Ref. (Greek lambda) Increase (nm) (nm) (Greek Alpha) (dB/km) ----- ------------------- --------------------- 1285-1330 1310 0.05 1525-1575 1550 0.05 The attenuation in a given wavelength range does not exceed the attenuation of the reference wavelength (Greek lambda) by more than the value (Greek alpha). The induced attenuation due to fiber wrapped around a mandrel of a specified diameter. - CABLE CUTOFF WAVELENGTH ((Greek lambda)ccf) (Greek lambda)ccf (less than) 1260 nm - MODE-FIELD DIAMETER 9.30 (plus/minus) 0.50 (Greek mu)m at 1310 nm 10.50 (plus/minus) 1.00 (Greek mu)m at 1550 nm - DISPERSION Zero Dispersion Wavelength ((Greek lambda)o): 1301.5 nm (less than/equal to) (Greek lambda) (less than or equal to 1321.5 nm Zero Dispersion Slope (So): (less than/equal to) 0.092 ps/(nm2 (times) km) Fiber Polarization Mode Dispersion Coefficient (PMD): (less than/equal to) 0.5 psec/(square root of)km Dispersion = D(Lambda): (approximately equal to) S (sub 0) divided by 4 [(Lambda) minus (Lambda) (base 0) (power of 4) divided by (Lambda) (cubed)] ps/nm X km), for 1200 nm (less than or equal to) Lambda (less than or equal to) 1600 nm (Lambda) = Operating Wavelength ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIFICATIONS INDUCED ENVIRONMENTAL TEXT ATTENUATION CONDITION (dB/km) Temperature Dependence (less than or equal to) 0.05 (less than or equal to) 0.05 -60(degrees) to + 85(degrees)C Temperature-Humidity Cycling (less than or equal to) 0.05 (less than or equal to) 0.05 -10(degrees)C to +85(degrees)C, up to 98% RH Water Immersion, 23(degrees)C (less than or equal to) 0.05 (less than or equal to) 0.05 Heat Aging, 85(degrees)C (less than or equal to) 0.05 (less than or equal to) 0.05 DIMENSIONAL SPECIFICATIONS Standard Length (km/reel): 2.2 - 25.0 GLASS GEOMETRY COATING GEOMETRY Fiber Curl: (less than or equal to) 2.0 m radius of curvature Coating Diameter: 245 (plus or minus) 10 (greek mu)m Cladding Diameter: 125.0 (plus or minus) 1.0 (greek mu)m Core-Clad Concentricity: (less than or equal to) 0.8 (greek mu)m Coating-Cladding Concentricity: < 12 (greek mu)m Cladding Non-Circularity: < 1.0% | Min. Cladding Diameter | Defined as: | 1- ------------------------ | x 100 | Max. Cladding Diameter |

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