MP2110A BERTWave Operation Manual
Version: 25th Edition
BERTWave Series Remote Control Operation Manual
Version: 22th Edition
Installing this option makes it easy to configure a versatile production line for testing both SMF and MMF
optical transceivers using Anritsu’s powerful all-in-one MP2110A.
Optical transceivers required by Large-scale networks, such as 100/400 GbE, are securing bandwidth using multichannel parallel processing. Consequently, all-at-once multichannel measurement is extremely effective for improving productivity. The BERTWave MP2110A featuring fast measurement speeds and high sensitivity not only assures high efficiency but also improves productivity by addition of the Quad Optical Scope option to halve measurement costs per channel compared to previous instruments.
With a built-in BERT (for Bit Error Rate measurements) and a sampling oscilloscope (for Eye pattern analysis) the All-in-one BERTWave MP2110A is optimized for manufacturing 100 GbE and 25 GbE optical modules.
The BERTWave MP2110A will improve optical module production eﬃciency and reduce manufacturing costs.
Introduces Anritsu Optical Measuring Instruments, Bit Error Rate Testers (BERT), Transport and Ethernet Testing products.
This Solution Brochure is a document for Optical Measuring Instruments, Bit Error Rate Testers (BERT), Transport and Ethernet Testing products.
Devices using the PAM4 signal require BER evaluation and waveform quality evaluation. Anritsu provides measurement solutions such as TOSA, Driver IC Evaluations, Optical Module and Active Cable Evaluations.
The CRU option can be installed in the sampling oscilloscope of the BERTWave MP2110A. This leaflet introduces the features of this option.
Introduces Anritsu 5G solutions and products.
Anritsu will contribute to customer's 5G product development and future innovation of network.
This application note introduces measurement solutions for testing the performance and compatibility of high-speed optical transceivers from R&D to Validation, Production, Installation and Maintenance.
Anritsu’s MP2110A is being used by many makers as a sampling oscilloscope for manufacturing optical modules meeting
market trends and customers’ needs. With its standards-compliant support for PAM4 measurement of electrical interfaces,
it is the ideal solution for evaluating electrical interfaces to improve interconnectivity between modules and equipment.
This leaflet outlines Co-Packaged Optics (CPO) and introduces Anritsu’s solution.
400-GbE tests (simultaneous measurement of 4 lanes) can be implemented using one MP2110A unit, while 800-GbE tests (simultaneous measurement of 8 lanes) require two units; the MT2110A built-in Clock Recovery triggerless measurement environment improves evaluation efficiency and manufacturing productivity.
Measuring instruments with embedded Windows (such as the MP1900A, MP2110A, MS9740B) can be controlled remotely from a
customer's home PC by connecting to the customer's in-company network using the Windows Remote Desktop function. This is useful if the customer cannot operate the instrument directly at the office.
We take measures to protect Anritsu instruments that run Windows operating systems from computer viruses. This white paper provides ways of protecting your instrument from computer viruses.
PAM4 analysis (option) can be performed by the sampling oscilloscope of the BERTWave MP2110A. This leaflet introduces the features of this option.
Jitter analysis (option) can be performed by the sampling oscilloscope of the BERTWave MP2110A. This leaflet introduces the features of this option.
These materials explain the setup and measurement method when evaluating QSFP28 optical transceivers using the BERTWave MP2110A.
Quick Start Guide
The Protection Adapters J1678A and J1679A are for protecting DUTs and measuring instruments against ESD/EOS and support high-reliability measurements.
The recent rapid increases in data volumes at network equipment, servers, and storage due to increasing use of smartphones, cloud computing, FTTx rollout, video streaming, etc., seem likely to increase even further in future. To cope with demand, many appliances and facilities are using digital signals exceeding the Gbit/s band. Dealing with these high-speed signals requires paying attention not only to the digital aspects but also to analog-type behavior, and care is required in choosing tools for monitoring these signals. This document discusses the key points when handling digital signals exceeding 10 Gbit/s from the perspective of measurement tools.