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1 TTI Fiber Optic Training Solutions Advanced Fiber Optic Test & Measurement

2 10/22/09© TTI / Mike Mazzatti2 Training Objectives Introducing Work Force to FO Test & Measurement Getting Comfortable with FO Understanding OTDRs Understanding OSAs LTS Operation Briefing Investigating FO Markets Developing a FO Vision

3 10/22/09© TTI / Mike Mazzatti3 Training Schedule Module 1 – Introduction to Fiber Optics Module 2 – FTE-7500 Cobra OTDR Operation Module 3 – FTE-7500 Cobra OTDR Applications Module 4 – FTE-8000 MiniOSA Operation Module 5 – FTE-8000 MiniOSA Applications Module 6 – Autowave LTS/PM/LS Operation Module 7 – New Products Module 8 – Market Segmentation Training Summary

4 10/22/09© TTI / Mike Mazzatti4 Module 1: Intro To Fiber Optics Fiber Optic Historical Perspective Fundamentals of FO Applications & Advantages of FO Components of FO Systems Network Structures FO Test & Measurement

5 10/22/09© TTI / Mike Mazzatti5 Module 1: Historical Perspective Colladon / Babinet 1840s - Principle of total internal reflection in water jets & bent glass rods. Hopkins / Kapany /Snitzer 1950s – Light propagation with cladded fibers for applications of medicine, defense, even television. Charles Kao / Standard Telecommunications Lab Team 1960s – proposed a perfected SiO 2 fiber light pipe for low loss transmission capabilities. Maurer / Corning Team 1970s – through drawing of chemical vapor deposition glass preforms, proved Kaos vision. Kao the 2009 co-winner of the Nobel prize in physics. [courtesy Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences] Obviously transmitters, receivers, connectors, translators need mentioning.

6 © TTI / Mike Mazzatti6 Module 1: Fundamentals of FO Light Guiding – IOR n=c vac /c mat Critical Angle sin = n clad /n core –Multimode Step Index –Multimode Graded Index –SingleMode Trapping Light From The Source – Numerical Aperture NA = sin = (n 2 core -n 2 clad ) ½ 10/22/096© TTI / Mike Mazzatti

7 7 Module 1: Fundamentals of FO Losses - Attenuation –dB or –dB –Loss vs Wavelength (Loss vs Freq?) See Table –Fresnel Reflections = [(n-1)/(n+1)] 2 ORL Optical Return Loss –Rayleigh Scattering -4 – IL Insertion Loss –Connectorization Alignment –Micro/macrobends & Absorption 10/22/097© TTI / Mike Mazzatti

8 8 Module 1: Fundamentals of FO Dispersion –(Multi)Modal (mode traveling time differential) –Material Chromatic (wavelength core traveling time differential) –Waveguide Chromatic (wavelength core/cladding differential) –Polarization (electric and magnetic field differential) Bits, Bytes, & Bandwidth –Transmission Bandwidth Capabilities –MM 100Mb-2Km, 1Gb-550m, 10Gb-300m (LD enhanced) –SM up to 40Gb @ 100s Km –Bit Error Rate 10 -6 to 10 -12 –(N)Zero Dispersion Shifted 10/22/098© TTI / Mike Mazzatti

9 10/22/09© TTI / Mike Mazzatti9 Module 1: Applications & Advantages of FO Applications: –Longhaul Terrestrial & Submarine Systems –CATV Multiple Service Lines for Video, Telephony & Datacom –Cellular Tower Feeds –LANs Interoffice & Campus Intranet trunks –Digital Subscriber Line Dropoffs For Higher Speed Home Access –Industrial Datacom Links –What Do These Have In Common? Advantages: –Low Loss Over Very Long Distances –Extreme Bandwidth Capabilities –Impervious to Interference –Lightweight & Small Size –Secure Media

10 10/22/09© TTI / Mike Mazzatti10 Module 1: Components of a FO System Cable Structures –Outer Jacket – color scheme, environmental protection, Hytrel or PVC –Strength Members – Kevlar, fiberglass load bearing rods –Loose Tube (environmentally hardened) or Tight Buffer (crush resistant) –Simplex / Duplex Interior

11 10/22/09© TTI / Mike Mazzatti11 Module 1: Components of a FO System Sources –SLED, ELED, VCSEL, FP, DFB; tunable: ECL, DBR/SOA Distributed Bragg Reflector with Semiconductor Optical Amplifier –GaAs InGaAsP Detectors –PIN, APD, integrated detector/preamp –Si, Ge, InGaAs

12 10/22/09© TTI / Mike Mazzatti12 Module 1: Components of a FO System Couplers, Multiplexers, Isolators, Filters & Switches –PON System –Mechanical Ring –DWDM Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexer OADM Optical Add Drop Modules Connectors –FC, SC, ST; SFF: LC, MU, MTRJ –PC, UPC, APC –Splices mechanical or fusion

13 10/22/09© TTI / Mike Mazzatti13 Module 1: Components of a FO System Amplifiers – EDFA Erbium Doped Fiber Amplifier

14 10/22/09© TTI / Mike Mazzatti14 Module 1: Network Structures PON Campus LAN Hybrid Fiber Coax – CATV DOCSIS Metro Ring – CDWM or DWDM

15 10/22/09© TTI / Mike Mazzatti15 Module 1: Network Structures Longhaul Terrestrial Super Longhaul Submarine

16 10/22/09© TTI / Mike Mazzatti16 Module 1: FO Test & Measurement Power Meter, Light Source & Loss Test Set Optical Return Loss Meter Passive Optical Network Meter Fiber Identifier / Polarization Extinction Meter Optical Time Domain Reflectometer Optical Spectrum Analyzer Tunable Light Source / VOA Chromatic/Polarization Dispersion Analyzer

17 10/22/09© TTI / Mike Mazzatti17 Module 2: FTE-7500 MiniOTDR Operation Intro Into OTDR Technology FTE-7500 Features Startup & Keypad MiniOTDR Graph Mode Icons & Softkeys Help, FMS & Event Screen Autowave LTS Operation Video Scope Operation Visible Fault Locator Operation Options and Specifications

18 10/22/09© TTI / Mike Mazzatti18 Module 2: Intro Into OTDR Technology Fiber Optic Radar – Launch an ultrashort laser pulse & monitor the reflected light in sequential time samples Measures Scattering –Rayleigh – loss mechanisms of the exponentially decaying signal –Fresnel Reflections – high level signals at discontinuities

19 10/22/09© TTI / Mike Mazzatti19 Module 2: Intro Into OTDR Technology Examines Events –Distances – IOR fiber calibration – use reflecting events –Splices - Slope Loss Analysis - 2pnt / splice / least square appr. –Connectors – loss and ORL –Ends Reflections - Breaks What Gets In The Way ? –Pulse Widths – Event & Attenuation Dead Zone –Dynamic Range – Noise –Types Of Losses – Dirty Front End / High Level Reflection

20 10/22/09© TTI / Mike Mazzatti20 Module 2: FTE-7500 Features Strengths –Fast –Easy To Use –Affordable –Rugged Feature Rich –Color Display With Icon Based GUI –Multi-Trace & Multi Wavelength Capability –Event Table / Pass – Fail –AutoWave Loss Test Set –Included VFL & Scope Probe Connection –Cert Software And Screen Shot Documentation –Weather Sealed With Rubber Boot Performance + –Optimized Range –Instant On – Fast Averaging –AutoTest & Quick Zoom –Short Dead Zones or Long Pulse Range –USB 4GB Data Stick & PC Port

21 10/22/09© TTI / Mike Mazzatti21 Module 2: FTE-7500 Startup & Keypad Connect Fiber, Turn On & Select OTDR Scroll Wheel –Graph Mode - Moves Cursors –Event Mode – Highlights Events for Selection –FMS Mode – Highlights Files for Selection –Menu Mode – Highlights Soft Keys & Icons Menu – Changes Focus From Graph To Menu AutoTest - Examines Fiber & Sets Proper Pulsewidth & Length A/B – Changes Between Adjusting A or B Cursor Zoom – Selects The Graph Zoom Level Scan – Starts Or Stops Current Scan Select –Graph Mode - Moves Cursor To Next Event –FMS / Event Mode – Selects Files or Events –Menu Mode – Selects Highlighted Soft Key Or Icon

22 10/22/09© TTI / Mike Mazzatti22 Module 2: FTE-7500 MiniOTDR Graph Mode Horizontal Scale – Distance in Kilometers Or Kilofeet Vertical Scale – Loss in dB Zoom Bar Cursors A & B – Movable To Display Distance & Loss Measurements Settable Measurement Area – 2 Point, Splice or LSA Parameter Area - IOR, Wavelength, Scan Length, Pulse Width & Range

23 10/22/09© TTI / Mike Mazzatti23 Module 2: FTE-7500 Icons & Softkeys SoftKeys – Programmed For Each Function Along Top Of Screen Scrolling Icon Bar – Settable Parameters –Index Of Refraction –Wavelength –Average –Pulse Width –Range Special Screens –Help Menu –File Management Screen –Instrument Parameters –Exit to Main Screen –Battery Indicator

24 10/22/09© TTI / Mike Mazzatti24 Module 2: FTE-7500 Help FMS & Event Screen Main Help Menu & Context Sensitive Help Screens File Management Screen –Store & Retrieve Files To Unit or Transfer To PC –View File List, Parameters & Trace Preview –Select File(s) For Viewing Event Screen –Shows Distance, Loss and ORL For Each Event and Total Link –Selectable Pass/Fail Thresholds –Selectable Sensitivity

25 10/22/09© TTI / Mike Mazzatti25 Module 2: FTE-7500 AutoWave LTS CATV Power Meter Calibrated at 850,1300,1310,1490,1550,1625 Source For Each OTDR Wavelength –Continuous Wave –Modulated For Fiber Identification –AutoWave Modulated for Automatic Wavelength Cal of Link Measurement Single Wavelength, Multiwavelength & Graph Displays Multiwavelength Data Storage Data Upload to PC

26 10/22/09© TTI / Mike Mazzatti26 Module 2: FTE-7500 Video Scope Operation Low Cost Video Scope Probe Accessory 2.5mm or 1.25mm Universal Connector Adaptors Popular Connector Patch Panel Adaptors Front Illuminated or Core View 200x or 400x Zoom Contrast and Centering Adjustment File Save & PC Upload Capability Links to OTDR Trace in Certification Software

27 10/22/09© TTI / Mike Mazzatti27 Module 2: FTE-7500 Visible Fault Locator 1mw 650nm Red Illuminator Quickly Identify Nearby Breaks Inside OTDR Deadzone Continuous or Modulated Mode For Easy Identification Easily Seen in Bare Fiber, at Connector Boots or Even Through Jacketed Fiber Replaceable Ferrule for Customer Maintenance

28 10/22/09© TTI / Mike Mazzatti28 Module 2: FTE-7500 Options & Specifications All Popular Wavelengths Available (Capturing Special Orders Is a Major Component of the Business) Flexible and Responsive Feature Updates & Additions Main Specs: –32/27dB Range Single/Multimode –1-240Km Range –1/4m Resolution –2/5m Event & Attenuation Dead Zone

29 10/22/09© TTI / Mike Mazzatti29 Module 3: FTE-7500 MiniOTDR Applications PC Applications Software Analyzing Fiber Features Auto vs Manual Analysis Shorthaul Applications Longhaul Applications Competitive Analysis TFS-2500 Strengths TFS-2500 Future View

30 30 MicrOTDRTFS-2500

31 10/22/09© TTI / Mike Mazzatti31 Module 4: FTE-8000 MiniOSA Operation Intro Into OSA Technology FTE-8000 Features Startup & Keypad MiniOSA Spectrum Mode Icons & Softkeys Help Menus & FMS MiniOSA Table Mode Options and Specifications

32 © TTI / Mike Mazzatti32 Module 4: Intro Into OSA Technology Optical Spectrum Analyzer = Multi-wavelength Power Meter Measures Simultaneous Colors of Light –In Wavelength = Nanometers –Or Frequency = Terahertz –In dBm per Channel & Total Power Bands of Colors (by popularity) –C Band 1530-1561nm (196.0-192.0THz) –L Band 1574-1608nm (190.5-186.3THz) –S Band 1492-1528nm (200.9-196.2THz) –CWDM Band 1270-1610nm Channel Spacing –0.4nm or 0.8nm –50MHz or 100MHz –CWDM 20nm Applications For An OSA –DWDM System Configuration, Check Power Tilt –Set Up OADM & ROADM System Channel Segregation @ Each Node –Calibrate EDFA Gain Flatness 10/22/0932© TTI / Mike Mazzatti

33 OSA Applications Example Gain Tilt Calibration w/ MiniOSA OA X ROADM X 10/22/0933© TTI / Mike Mazzatti

34 34 Module 4: FTE-8000 Features Fast –Fast Power Up –Real Time Scanning <1/2 Second –AutoTest Spectrum Selection –Pass/Fail Table Thresholds Easy & Flexible –On-Board Help Menu –Input/Output Gain Tilt Monitoring –On-Board or USB Flash Drive Storage –USB to PC With Software –Table Mode with Statistical Function –Video Probe Capability Affordable –C or L Band @ Industry Leading Price Rugged –Rubber Boot With Bail –Splash-proof Sealed Keypad –Heavy Duty Aluminum Enclosure –No Moving or Delicate Optics 10/22/0934© TTI / Mike Mazzatti

35 35 Module 4: FTE-8000 Startup & Keypad Connect Fiber to Low or High Port & Turn On Scroll Wheel –Spectrum Mode - Moves Cursors –Table Mode – Highlights Channel Statistics –FMS Mode – Highlights Files –Menu Mode – Highlights Soft Keys & Icons Menu – Changes Focus From Spectrum To Menu AutoTest - Examines Channels and AutoZooms A/B – Changes Between Adjusting A or B Cursor Zoom – Selects The Graph Vertical Zoom Level Scan – Starts Or Stops Current Scan Select –Spectrum Mode - Moves Cursor To Next Channel –Table Mode – Selects Channel for Spectrum View –Menu Mode – Selects Highlighted Soft Key Or Icon 10/22/0935© TTI / Mike Mazzatti

36 36 Module 4: FTE-8000 Spectrum Mode Horizontal Scale – Channel # Vertical Scale – Power Level in dBm Zoom Bar – Active Channels Cursors A & B – Movable To Display Wavelength, Frequency & Power Measurements Settable Measurement Area Settable Parameter Area Green Pass Area in Spectrum 10/22/0936© TTI / Mike Mazzatti

37 37 Module 4: FTE-8000 Icons & Softkeys Parameter Icons: –Wavelength or Frequency Selection –Power / Gain / Tilt Selection –Resolution Selection –Start and Stop Wavelengths –Input Power Selection Toolbar Icon: –User Interface –PC Interface –Display Settings Special Icons: –Help Menu –File Management Screen –Real Time Clock –Battery / Charging Level SoftKeys – Programmed for Each Function 10/22/0937© TTI / Mike Mazzatti

38 38 Module 4: FTE-8000 Help Menus & FMS File Management Screen –Store & Retrieve Files To Unit, USB Flash or PC Transfer –View File List, Parameters & Spectrum Preview –Select File(s) For Immediate Viewing Help Menu –Provides Help Topics for All Selections –Topics for Spectrum, Table & FMS –Context Sensitive Help 10/22/0938© TTI / Mike Mazzatti

39 39 Module 4: FTE-8000 MiniOSA Table Mode Displays Current Power of Every Channel Displays Channels Pass/Fail Result Displays Each Channel Max Min & Average Statistics Select Minimum and Maximum Thresholds 10/22/0939© TTI / Mike Mazzatti

40 40 Module 4: FTE-8000 Options & Specifications C L or S DWDM & 20nm CWDM Bands Available Channel Deviations Possible Main Specs: –>80 Channels per Band –50GHz or 100GHz Spacing –20nm Spacing on CWDM –+10dBm to -50dBm / Channel –2 Readings per Second 10/22/0940© TTI / Mike Mazzatti

41 10/22/09© TTI / Mike Mazzatti41 Module 5: FTE-8000 MiniOSA Applications PC Applications Software Feature Rich for MiniOSA DWDM –Installation & Commissioning –OADM Node Upgrades –EDFA Gain Tuning CWDM Applications Out of Band Capabilities Competitive Analysis FTE-8000 Strengths FTE-8000 Future View

42 DWDM Power & Monitoring DWDM MiniOSA Mainframe OSA Power Meter 10/22/0942© TTI / Mike Mazzatti

43 Mini OSA Monitoring Power Optical Frequency Output DWDM Fiber-Optic Transmission Link Signal Tap 1 – 5% of power Monitoring Points: End Terminals Repeaters Optical Switching DWDM Fiber-optic transmission links 10/22/0943© TTI / Mike Mazzatti

44 Optical Layer Monitoring Points Test System Commissioning With MiniOSA Optical Cross-connect Optical Add-Drop Mux Optical Amplifier Full-Band Monitoring Remote Provisioning 10/22/0944© TTI / Mike Mazzatti

45 DWDM Narrowcast in CATV networks Primary Hub Broadcast Service Targeted Service Combiner Secondary Hub DWDM 20 CH Narrowcast Targeted Service (Voice, VOD, Internet) 1x8 Test Point Test Point DWDM Passives Ex: Scientific Atlanta DWDM Passives Ex: Scientific Atlanta 10/22/0945© TTI / Mike Mazzatti

46 Passive Remote NodeCentral Office 1% Optical Management of DWDM PON How to manage a passive DWDM network? Power meter: cant distinguish individual wavelengths MainFrame OSA: too costly DWDM MiniOSA Benefits: Measures each λ Ease of use Low cost Small & Rugged WDM PON 100 GHz channel spacing 10/22/0946© TTI / Mike Mazzatti

47 Passive DWDM in Metro Networks Passives example: Cisco 15216 OA R MSPP IP over DWDM X X Client-side fault demarcation Line-side fault isolation ITU 5 ITU 8 X Metro Transport VOD 10/22/0947© TTI / Mike Mazzatti

48 Module 5: MiniOSA Competitive Analysis FTE-8000C/L/S/CWDM JDSU OCC-56C/56LAnritsu MT909020AEXFO FTB 5230 Wavelength Range OCX-20 1270-1610(CWDM) OCX80C 1530 1561, OCX80S1492-1528, OCX80L1574-1608OCC56C1528-1564nm OCC56L1570-1609nm1270 -1610 18 CWDM Channels1250 - 1650 Broadband Wavelength Accuracy± 0.1nmTyp.± 0.03nm± 1nm 2 ± 0.1nm b Channel Spacing50Ghz, 100GHz, 20nm (CWDM)50GHz /100GHz/200GHzCWDM 20nm50Ghz, 100GHz, CWDM Channel Power Range+10dBm to -50dBm<-70 to 10dBm+10dBm to -40dBm+10 f dBm to -60dBm Absolute Accuracy< ± 1dB< ± 1dB 1, 2 ± 0.5dB 1( ) ± 0.4dB b Readout Resolution0.01dB± 0.1dB0.1dB0.01dB Channel Imbalance (Adjacent Channels) 12 dB 2, 3 PDL±.15dB ±0.3dB±.1dB Measurement Time<1/2 Sec~120 s (full span sweep) typ.N/S4s (35nm Span, Multiple-Peak Analysis) Max. Composite Power+25 dBm +22 dBmTotal +17dBm Channel +13dBm Return Loss>40dB>35 dBN/S40 dB Optical InterfaceUniversal UPC (FC/SC)Universal PC (FC/SC/Din…)UPC or APC FC or SC Graphical Display TraceChannel & Table ViewBar Graph and Table Mode Table, Graph, Channel Drift and Alarms in Drift ModesBar Graph, Spectrum and Tables Display4in Color TFTMonochrome 128-64 pixel4.3in Color TFT-LCD Touch screen, Color, 800 x 600 TFT 307 mm (12 1/16 in) Dimensions7.75 x 4.5 x 2.25in3.74 x 2.36 x 7.68in approx.7.5 x3.8 x 1.9in12.5 in x 13.5 in x 7.75 in Weight2 lb1.1lb approx.2lb26.4lbs Battery8 AA Rechargeable NiMH - 8 hours operating time Four Dry Batteries Mignon/AA, 1.5V or NiMH Rechargeable Cells Mignon/AA, 1.2V Operating Time From Dry Batteries Typ. 7h. NiMh, Operating Time 4 hours(typical) 4,Rehcarge Time :<3 hours 5, Operation Possible with 4x AA Alkaline: Rechargeable NiMH battery pack times four for seven-slot receptacle, Power100-240VAC universal (US, GB, EU, AU Mains)100-240 VAC9VDC, 100 to 240 VAC 100–240 VAC, 50/60 Hz and 12–24 VDC for the two- slot (GP-402) and the seven-slot (GP-407) module receptacles; EnvironmentalOperation -10°C to +50°C Operation -10°C to +55°C Storage:-40°C to +70°C Operation 0°C to +50°C 6, <80%(Non-Condensing) 7 Storage:-20°C to +60°C Operation 0°C to +40°C Storage:-20°C to +50°C List Price$5,995.00 $6,800.00$8,630.00

49 10/22/09© TTI / Mike Mazzatti49 Module 6: Autowave LTS/PM/LS Operation Intro Into LTS Technology SingleMode Analysis Multimode Analysis Autowave Features Other Interesting Features File Management & Software Options and Specifications Competitive Analysis

50 © TTI / Mike Mazzatti50 Module 6: Loss Test Set Technology Detectors – InGaAs vs Ge –Responsivity Curves –InGaAs More Expensive –Better Temperature Stability –Better Dynamic Range Dynamic Range – CATV –>80dB from -57dBm - +25dBm –vs Normally -77dBm - +5dBm –Filter Affects The Wavelength Calibration Sources – LEDs vs LDs –Power & Stability –Affects Range –Battery Life –Accuracy 10/22/0950© TTI / Mike Mazzatti

51 51 Module 6: SM & MM Analysis Singlemode Analysis –1310nm – 1625nm Range –Requires Extreme Cleanliness –Recommend Video Scope Multimode Analysis –850nm & 1300nm –Requires Launch Control –Mode Stripping Recommended –NA of Fiber & Detector Size Match 10/22/0951© TTI / Mike Mazzatti

52 52 Module 6: Interesting Features AutoWave –Instant Calibration To The Curve –Multiple Data Points Saved –Improves Test Efficiency Store Reference For Each Wavelength Modulation For Fiber Identification Interchangeable Source & Detector Connections Long Rechargeable Battery Life 10/22/0952© TTI / Mike Mazzatti

53 53 Module 6: File Management & Software Storage Capability For AutoWave Readings Examine On-board the Unit or Upload to the PC Application Software Software Creates Tabular Information & Prepares For Printing Certification Copy 10/22/0953© TTI / Mike Mazzatti

54 54 Module 6: Options & Specs Max Power +25dBm or +5dBm Min Power -57dBm or -77dBm Calibrated Wavelengths 850, 1300, 1310, 1490, 1550 & 1625nm 0.2dB Accuracy Dual or Triple Wave 0dBm Source CW, 270, 1K & 2KHz Modulation 0.05dB Long Term Stability 2000 AutoWave Storage Cells 10/22/0954© TTI / Mike Mazzatti

55 Module 6: AutoWave LTS Competitive Analysis EXFO JDSUNoyesOwlFIS PM-1500PM - FPM302PM - EPM-502-32OLP-55 BN2277/02 OPM5-304 SeriesOV3 LS-1500-35LS - FLS300-23BLLS - ELS-500-23BLOLS-55 BN2279/01OLS4Wavesource DetectorInGaAsGe InGaAs Dynamic Range+5-77 dBm+26-50 dBm+10-70 dBm+15-85 dBm+10-75 dBm+5-70 dBm+5-65 dBm Resolution0.01dB 0.01dB (from +26 to -35dBm) 0.01dB (to - 60dBm) 0.01dB Calibrated Wavelengths610 900674 Laser Output 1310/1550 0dBm1 dBm -7 to 0dBm separately adjustable 0 dBm AutoWave SwitchingYes No Included Connectors Interchangeable ST/ FC/SC for PM and LS 1PM/1LS Sold SeparatelyUnivPM/1LS1PM/1LS DataUSBN/AUSB RS232 Storage2000N/A1000 500 per λ1000255 Weight1.14lbs.9lb 1.1lb.58lbs 1.25lb Size 5.9"H X 3.9"W X 1.37"D 7.25"H X 4"W X 2.12"D 7.68"H X 3.47"W X 2.36"D 5.5"H X 3.2"W X 1.5"D 6.48"H X 3.48"W X 1.1"D 8.75"H X 4"W X 2.9"D Battery Life (hrs) >200 hrs. PM >15hrs. LS 260 hrs. PM 120 hrs. LS 70 hrs. PM 50 hrs. LS >100hrs 300 hrs. PM 72 hrs. LS 100 hrs.8 (9V Li-ion) 3AA 4 AA 2AA PS Sold Separately 9VLi-ion Price Power Meter $625.00$1,260.00$1,360.00$935.00$895.00$695.00 Price 1310/1550 Laser Source $1,995.00$2,200.00$2,975.00$2,290.00$1,495.00N/A PM/LS Loss Test Set $2,665.00$3,345.00 KIT$4,235.00$2,590.00 Kit$2,190.00$1,995.00

56 10/22/09© TTI / Mike Mazzatti56 Module 7: New Products Introductions MiniOTDR Viper Platform MiniTLS Tunable Light Source MiniVOA Variable Optical Attenuator MiniCDA Chromatic Dispersion Analyzer MiniPDA Polarization Dispersion Analyzer Advanced Bi-Directional Autowave LTS / Talk Set PON Meters & ORL

57 © TTI / Mike Mazzatti57 FTE-7000 OTDR Low Cost Full Featured OTDR Built On FTE Platforms Smaller & Lighter With Cost Saving Casework & Power Supply Design Competes Extremely Well With Competitive Base Instruments 32dB Dynamic Range, 1/4m Resolution & 2m Deadzone All Wavelengths Available Includes VFL, LTS, Preview Mode in FMS & Event Screens 10/22/0957© TTI / Mike Mazzatti

58 10/22/09© TTI / Mike Mazzatti58 FTE-6000 MiniTLS Tunable Laser Source Tunable Source Used to Sweep the Entire Range in DWDM System Tests Used in Conjunction with the MiniOSA to Install, Commission or Upgrade OADM Systems C or L Band 50GHz Channel Spacing Built In Variable Optical Attenuator Programmable Start, Stop, Step Size, & Dwell Time FTE Family Handheld, Rugged, Splash Proof Design

59 10/22/09© TTI / Mike Mazzatti59 FTE-4000 MiniVOA Variable Optical Attenuator Used to Provide Excess Attenuation to Determine Budget Compliance Used To Establish Required Receiver Attenuation Level Programmable Optical Attenuation From 0.00dB to 40.00dB Calibrated at 1310nm and 1550nm Programmable Start dB, Stop dB, Step Size, & Dwell Time FTE Family, Handheld, Rugged, Splash Proof Design

60 10/22/09© TTI / Mike Mazzatti60 FTE MiniCDA Chromatic Dispersion Analyzer Utilizes the Tunable Laser Source to sweep the Wavelength Range Consists of 2 Locked In Separable Units: –MiniTLS Modulated Tunable Laser Source –Chromatic Dispersion Analyzer Comprehensive Dispersion Analysis Data With Graphical & Tabular Screens FTE Family Handheld, Rugged, Splash Proof Design

61 10/22/09© TTI / Mike Mazzatti61 FTE MiniPDA Polarization Dispersion Analyzer Utilizes an Optional Polarization Mode Controller Unit Used In-Line with TLS and CDA to provide added capabilities in 3 Part Analyzer TLS, CDA and now PDA in a Scalable Set Targeting ~$20K For Instrument Suite FTE Family Handheld, Rugged, Splash Proof Design

62 10/22/09© TTI / Mike Mazzatti62 Other Market Opportunities & Future Products OTDR Autowave Capability Included with a LTS Kit, Scope, Consumables & Case Advanced Low Cost ORL / PON Instrument Advanced Bi-Directional Analyzer / Talk Set MiniCDA MiniPDA Chromatic & Polarization Dispersion Analyzer Future Generation Modular Handheld Optical Multimeter

63 © TTI / Mike Mazzatti63 Module 8: Market Segmentation CATV / LAN / Metro /FTTx Domestic Opportunities International Opportunities Standards & Qualifications Competitive Analysis 10/22/0963© TTI / Mike Mazzatti

64 10/22/09© TTI / Mike Mazzatti64 Training Summary FTE Family of Highly Advanced Mini Test & Measurement Instrumentation Flexible & Adaptive Feature Sets Designed for Rugged Field Installation, Commissioning & Maintenance Activities Integrated Testing, Documenting & Certification of Network Results On-Board Help System & Auto Feature Set for Simple & Quick User Startup For More Info:

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