1 Micro Integrable Tunable Laser Assembly implementation agreement July 13th, 2015. implementation agreement created and approved by the Optical Internetworking Forum The OIF is an international non profit organization with over 100 member companies, including the world's leading carriers and vendors. Being an industry group uniting representatives of the data and optical worlds, OIF's purpose is to accelerate the deployment of interoperable, cost-effective and robust optical internetworks and their associated technologies.
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7 WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO ANY WARRANTY THAT THE USE OF. THE INFORMATION HEREIN WILL NOT INFRINGE ANY RIGHTS OR ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF. MERCHANTABILITY, TITLE OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR 2. Micro -ITLA implementation agreement 1 Table of Contents 1 Table of Contents .. 3. 2 List of Tables .. 4. 3 List of 5. 4 Document Revision History .. 6. 5 References and 7. External Reference Documents .. 7. Conventions Used in This Document .. 7. 6 Introduction .. 8. 8. Background .. 8. 7 Physical Layer & Electrical Characteristics.
8 9. Assembly Electrical Interface .. 9. Electrical Connector on User's 9. Pin 9. Electrical Characteristics .. 10. 8 Transport Layer .. 11. 9 Command Interface (Application Layer) .. 12. 10 Alarm and Status Register Behavior .. 13. 11 Optical Specifications .. 14. 12 The Mechanical Specifications .. 15. Micro -ITLA Mechanical Outline Dimensions .. 15. 13 Appendix A: Open Issues / Current Work Items .. 17. 14 Appendix B: List of Companies and Contributors .. 17. Technical Contributors .. 17. List of OIF Member Companies (at time of adoption).
9 18. 15 Document 19. 3. Micro -ITLA implementation agreement 2 List of Tables Table Pin Assignments .. 9. Table Function of additional pin .. 9. Table : Additional Electrical 10. Table : Replaced Electrical Characteristics .. 10. Table : Mechanical Outline Dimensions .. 16. 4. Micro -ITLA implementation agreement 3 List of Figures Figure Mechanical Outline Dimensions .. 16. 5. Micro -ITLA implementation agreement 4 Document Revision History Version Date Description 1,0 September 20, 2011 Official Release Correction of connector gender in section 1,1 May 5, 2014 References to revised to OIF-ITLA-MSA- This reflects the high resolution frequency register option th Added reference to connector manufacturer in section 1,1 May 30 2014.
10 As proposed in th July 13 2015 Added list of members at Principal Ballot date Working Group: Physical Link Layer TITLE: Micro - ITLA implementation agreement (OIF-MicroITLA). SOURCE: Heino Bukkems Karl Gass Technical editor Working Group Chair Emcore Corporation Sandia National Laboratories 8674 Thornton Avenue Box 5800 MS-0874. Newark, CA 96540 Albuquerque, NM 87185. Phone: 510 566 3553 Phone: 505 844 8849. Email: Email: MAINTENANCE: Stephen Gardner &. Michael Rigby-Jones Oclaro Technology Westfield Business Park Long Road Paignton Devon, UK.