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BBWF 2010: Optical Observations

10/29/2010
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neyo
neyo
12/5/2012 | 4:20:02 PM
re: BBWF 2010: Optical Observations


Agree with you.


100G is an excellent way to reduce the incremental CAPEX. Technologies like 100G coherent can increase available capacity by ten-fold with no change in design. Perfect for networks designed for say, only 40 channels.

spc_markl
spc_markl
12/5/2012 | 4:20:02 PM
re: BBWF 2010: Optical Observations


Look for nx10G muxponders being predominant for 100G for a very long time on the public network side


Mark Lutkowitz, Telecom Pragmatics

pinahoskin
pinahoskin
12/5/2012 | 4:19:57 PM
re: BBWF 2010: Optical Observations


We present near-infrared (nIR) and optical observations of the afterglow of GRB 030115. Discovered in an infrared search at Kitt Peak 5 hours after the burst trigger, this afterglow is amongst the faintest observed in the R-band at an early epoch, and exhibits very red colors,


Leanspa


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