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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.
The BERTWave series is designed especially for mass-production of optical modules and features an All-in-one BERT (for bit error rate measurement) plus sampling oscilloscope (for Eye pattern analysis) to help increase optical module production eﬃciency and cut costs.
BERTWave Series Remote Control Operation Manual
Version: 11th Edition
MP2110A BERTWave Operation Manual
Version: 12th Edition
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.
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.
PAM4 analysis (option) can be performed by the sampling oscilloscope of the BERTWave MP2110A. This leaflet introduces the features of this option.
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.
The CRU option can be installed in 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 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.
The Protection Adapters J1678A and J1679A are for protecting DUTs and measuring instruments against ESD/EOS and support high-reliability measurements.
Electronic components of electronic devices and measurement devices break down when subjected to high voltages caused by electrostatic discharge (ESD) or electrical over-stress (EOS).Signals sent to I/O connectors of electronic, measurement and other devices must be within the rated voltage or the devices may fail. This document should be used to help build an environment that avoids ESD or EOS.
The BERTWave MP2110A is targeted at production of optical module for 100 GbE/ 25 GbE and combines a BERT (Bit Error Rate Test) and Sampling Oscilloscope (Eye Pattern Analysis) in an All-in-one cabinet. It increases optical module production efficiency and helps reduces production costs.
This note introduces standard remote sequences making use of the BERTWave functions and speed to measure optical modules and devices. The remote sequences described in this note can be used to configure a simple test system for manufacturing optical modules and devices by selecting the best commands from remote commands built into the BERTWave.