July 19, 2018
Rocky Mountain Chapter Maintaining and Troubleshooting WDM Backhaul Networks WebinarJuly 19, 2018, 12:00 – 1:00 MDTPresented by Michael Scholten, AFL GlobalWebinar Information:Register for Rocky Mountain Chapter Maintaining and Troubleshooting WDM Backhaul Networks on Jul 19, 2018 12:00 PM MDT at: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7704434497106970625After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar Questions: Wes Schick, firstname.lastname@example.orgAbstract: Multi-system operators (MSOs)continue to address the growing bandwidth challenge by extending fiber deeperin their networks and deploying wavelength division multiplexing (WDM) tosupport node segmentation and/or business backhaul and cell front-haul andbackhaul networks. WDM enables MSOs to offer the benefits of physical networkseparation (each client’s traffic is carried over its own wavelength), an allpassive point-to-multipoint network, and easy bandwidth scalability forindividual clients. Troubleshooting WDM networkscan also be challenging, especially when a newly added wavelength isn’treceived at its expected destination, typically the result of a misconnectionsomewhere in the intended wavelength route. Presentation Outline: - Why WDM for MSO Node + 0,Business Backhaul and Cell Front-haul / Backhaul? o CWDM or DWDM? -Proactive Maintenance for WDM BackhaulNetworks o Challengeswhen Maintaining WDM Networks o WDMBackhaul Wavelength Health Factors o Monitoring WDM NetworkWavelength Health - Troubleshooting WDM BackhaulNetworks o Challengeswhen Troubleshooting WDM Networks – Where’s my wavelength? o Troubleshootingusing Network Source and Wavelength Health Meter o Troubleshooting using WDMOTDR - Questions and Answers Presenter Biography: Michael Scholten is a Senior Product Marketing Manager forAFL’s Test and Inspection division.