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```What is the max transmission distance that can be acheived over Corning LEAF
fiber?  Say using a 45 mb/s data stream or at some SONET rate like OC-3.
And with only a single wavelength on the fiber.

Any tips or references to help understand this are appreciated!

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```Hello JT??

You wrote:

> What is the max transmission distance that can be acheived over
> Corning LEAF fiber?  Say using a 45 mb/s data stream or at some SONET
> rate like OC-3. And with only a single wavelength on the fiber.
>
> Any tips or references to help understand this are appreciated!

Did you try the most obvious already?

http://www.corning.com

Rgds, Huub.

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```hi;
inorder to calculate the max distance u will have to know the
transmission power for ur equipment and the wav elength u r working
with. well for example u lose 0.3 db/km @ 1300 nm and 0.5 db/km for
1550 nm and u lose about 1db for each connector. so u know how much is
the power transmitted and start subtracting the loss and then see what
is the recieving senstivity limit for the equipment @ the other end .
and so u can easily determine the max distance.
feed me back.
urs, abd elhamid
jtsnow wrote:
> What is the max transmission distance that can be acheived over
Corning LEAF
> fiber?  Say using a 45 mb/s data stream or at some SONET rate like
OC-3.
> And with only a single wavelength on the fiber.
>
> Any tips or references to help understand this are appreciated!

```
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```duhhh!!.  so give all that what is the max transmit distance I can get on a
fiber without repeating?
"abdo79" <abdo79@yahoo.com> wrote in message
> hi;
>  inorder to calculate the max distance u will have to know the
> transmission power for ur equipment and the wav elength u r working
> with. well for example u lose 0.3 db/km @ 1300 nm and 0.5 db/km for
> 1550 nm and u lose about 1db for each connector. so u know how much is
> the power transmitted and start subtracting the loss and then see what
> is the recieving senstivity limit for the equipment @ the other end .
> and so u can easily determine the max distance.
> feed me back.
> urs, abd elhamid
> jtsnow wrote:
>> What is the max transmission distance that can be acheived over
> Corning LEAF
>> fiber?  Say using a 45 mb/s data stream or at some SONET rate like
> OC-3.
>> And with only a single wavelength on the fiber.
>>
>> Any tips or references to help understand this are appreciated!
>

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```jtsnow wrote:

> duhhh!!.

What language is this? Does it mean Thank you?

> so give all that what is the max transmit distance I can get on a
> fiber without repeating?

What Abdel tried to tell you is that it is not the fiber that
determines the distance but the trnsmitter and receiver.

If you have a transmitter at 80 dB and a receiver at -10 dB
your power budget is 90 dB and theoretically you can cover
180 km at 1500 nm and 270 km at 1300 nm.

Rgds, Huub.

>>hi;
>> inorder to calculate the max distance u will have to know the
>>transmission power for ur equipment and the wav elength u r working
>>with. well for example u lose 0.3 db/km @ 1300 nm and 0.5 db/km for
>>1550 nm and u lose about 1db for each connector. so u know how much is
>>the power transmitted and start subtracting the loss and then see what
>>is the recieving senstivity limit for the equipment @ the other end .
>>and so u can easily determine the max distance.
>>feed me back.
>>urs, abd elhamid
>>jtsnow wrote:
>>
>>>What is the max transmission distance that can be acheived over
>>>Corning LEAF
>>>fiber?  Say using a 45 mb/s data stream or at some SONET rate like
>>>OC-3.
>>>And with only a single wavelength on the fiber.
>>>Any tips or references to help understand this are appreciated!

--
reply to hhelvooort with 2 'o's
================================================================
http://members.chello.nl/hhelvoort/
================================================================
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```80 db is meaningless.....10 db is meaningless

Do you mean some transmit power of 80dbm...i dont think so...unless you
shooting down a balistic missle......by 10 db you must be implying somehow

did you say look into the working end of a operational laser lately.  Or
were you just born that way?

"Huub van Helvoort" <hhelvooort@chello.nl> wrote in message
news:C5D1e.5683\$Mw3.2761@amstwist00...
> jtsnow wrote:
>
>> duhhh!!.
>
> What language is this? Does it mean Thank you?
>
>> so give all that what is the max transmit distance I can get on a fiber
>> without repeating?
>
> What Abdel tried to tell you is that it is not the fiber that
> determines the distance but the trnsmitter and receiver.
>
> If you have a transmitter at 80 dB and a receiver at -10 dB
> your power budget is 90 dB and theoretically you can cover
> 180 km at 1500 nm and 270 km at 1300 nm.
>
> Rgds, Huub.
>
>>>hi;
>>> inorder to calculate the max distance u will have to know the
>>>transmission power for ur equipment and the wav elength u r working
>>>with. well for example u lose 0.3 db/km @ 1300 nm and 0.5 db/km for
>>>1550 nm and u lose about 1db for each connector. so u know how much is
>>>the power transmitted and start subtracting the loss and then see what
>>>is the recieving senstivity limit for the equipment @ the other end .
>>>and so u can easily determine the max distance.
>>>feed me back.
>>>urs, abd elhamid
>>>jtsnow wrote:
>>>
>>>>What is the max transmission distance that can be acheived over
>>>>Corning LEAF
>>>>fiber?  Say using a 45 mb/s data stream or at some SONET rate like
>>>>OC-3.
>>>>And with only a single wavelength on the fiber.
>>>>Any tips or references to help understand this are appreciated!
>
> --
>                reply to hhelvooort with 2 'o's
> ================================================================
>              http://members.chello.nl/hhelvoort/
> ================================================================
> Always remember that you are unique...just like everyone else...
>

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```jtsnow wrote:

> did you say look into the working end of a operational laser lately.  Or
> were you just born that way?

Apparently you have not heard of ALS.

And it is also clear that you do not want to be helped,
you just want to be rude.

I will send no futher reponses to you.

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```NOOOO!!!!!...FOR THE LOVE OF GOD!!.....NO MORE
RESPONSES!!!!!!.....LMFAO!!!!!!

"Huub van Helvoort" <hhelvooort@chello.nl> wrote in message
news:v5F1e.5687\$Mw3.4977@amstwist00...
> jtsnow wrote:
>
>> did you say look into the working end of a operational laser lately.  Or
>> were you just born that way?
>
> Apparently you have not heard of ALS.
>
> And it is also clear that you do not want to be helped,
> you just want to be rude.
>
> I will send no futher reponses to you.
>
>

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```That is for that jt... short-tempered and short-dicked bastard:
If you are after some help, why the fuck are you being so rude? But
then again, if you have had a problematic childhood with a weirdo of a
mum, I guess you are an excused scumback!
Anyway, I would love to see you say these things you say, when that
monitor is not in-between, but face-to-face to someone, because I
would love to kick your arse any day!!!
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```WAAAAA.....WAAAAA.....WAAAAAA

YOUR MOMMIE DID NOT BREATFEED YOU,,,,DID SHE

"Alalas" <big_alalas@hotmail.com> wrote in message
> That is for that jt... short-tempered and short-dicked bastard:
> If you are after some help, why the fuck are you being so rude? But
> then again, if you have had a problematic childhood with a weirdo of a
> mum, I guess you are an excused scumback!
> Anyway, I would love to see you say these things you say, when that
> monitor is not in-between, but face-to-face to someone, because I
> would love to kick your arse any day!!!

```
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