TruePulse is looking to obtain NTLW16AA, NT0H19FD and NT0H19GC for the Nortel OM5100/OM5200. The system may alternately be known as the Nortel Optera Metro 5100 / 5200.
The NTLW16AA, HECI code WMTN7A0, is an OTR, Agile up to 2.5G, Band 1 Channel 2, in other words, an Optical Transponder for an OM5100 / OM5200. It may also be known as the Ciena NTLW16AA.
The NT0H19FD or NT0H19FDE5, HECI code WMTJ260, is an OTR, 10G Enhanced Band 6 Channel 4 (1583.69nm, 10G), in other words, an Optical Transponder for an OM5100 / OM5200. It may also be known as the Ciena NT0H19FDE5
The NT0H19GC or NT0H19GCE5, HECI code WMTJS0W, is an OTR, 10G Enhanced Band 7 Channel 3 (1592.10nm, 10G), in other words, an Optical Transponder for an OM5100 / OM5200. It may also be known as the Ciena NT0H19GCE5.
The OTR (Optical Transponder) combines the functionality of the OCI and the OCLD into a single interface. Like the OCI/OCLD interfaces, OTRs can be deployed in protected or unprotected applications.
The OCI performs the client adaptation and interfaces with the numerous protocols and service types available at the metro edge. Sub Rate Multiplexing (SRM) OCI modules are deployed for optimal utilization of the wavelength.
The Flex Rate OCLD (Optical Channel Laser and Detector) interfaces provide the line optics functionality. They support rates from 16 Mb/s to 2.5 Gb/s.
In addition to these modules, TruePulse is also searching for other OM5100 / OM5200 modules too. We are also searching for modules to other Nortel optical transport systems, including the OM6500, the OM3500 and the FD-565.