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Source Photonics Announced First Integrated, Pluggable GPON SFP ONU

Optical communication product maker Source Photonics Inc of Chatsworth, CA, USA has announced what it claims is the first integrated, pluggable Gigiabit passive optical networks (GPON) SFP optical networking unit (ONU) with 1 Pulse-Per-Second (1PPS) and Time-of-Day (ToD) support for network clock synchronization.

The family of GPON ONU SFP transceiver products is based on the ITU-G.984.2, G.988 and the Broadband Forum TR-156 standards, and offers full GPON OMCI stack, an SGMII interface operating at 1Gb/s or 2.5Gb/s, and full digital diagnostics monitoring capability. Available in industrial-temperature grade, and with low typical power dissipation of 1.5W, the integrated GPON SFP ONU is suitable for mobile small-cell backhaul applications.

In the same product family of integrated pluggable GPON ONUs, Source Photonics offers a version with fully implemented IEEE 1588v2 capability for network clock synchronization, in an SFP package with standard pin-out.

Both versions with network clock features are available in standard GPON wavelength configuration, as well as options for CWDM multi-wavelength versions to support wavelength overlay on existing installations to maximize the fiber utilization of the PON optical distribution networks (ODN) plant.

The product family of pluggable GPON ONUs complements Source Photonics’ broad product portfolio of optical interfaces for mobile infrastructure applications. With a comprehensive range of CPRI- and OBSAI-based optical transceivers from 1Gb/s to 10Gb/s data rates shipping in volume to major infrastructure equipment manufacturers for major deployments globally, Source Photonics offers optical components for C-RAN, antenna front-haul, and small-cell back-haul


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Source Photonics Launches First Integrated, Pluggable GPON SFP ONU with Network Clock Synchronization