Re: [EFM] 100BaseBX10D wavelength band
...Because we wanted to increase overlap between our specs and the
prevalent TS1000 specs defined by the Telecommunication Technology
Committee of Japan, for 100 Mb/s bi-directional links. The hope is that
such harmonization will broaden market potential and improve
cost-effectiveness through economies of scale.
[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of Shahram Davari
Sent: Wednesday, March 31, 2004 9:23 AM
Subject: [EFM] 100BaseBX10D wavelength band
What is the reason for 100Based-BX10-U wavelength band to be 1480-1580,
while all other EFM media such as 1000Base-BX10-U, 1000Base-PX10-U,
1000Base-PX20-U use 1480-1500?