ODC2 Transponder Card

Product Highlights

  • Four-port, two-channel Transponder card
  • 4G, 8G, and 16G (14.025 Gbps) Fibre Channel; 10GbE; OTU-2
  • 80km link reach and 80 wavelengths with tunable SFP+ optics
  • Client-side SFP+ options for maximum SAN, Ethernet and SONET / SDH compatibility
  • Diffie-Hellman key exchange software with AES-256 encryption option on both channels
  • Full 3R (reshaping, regeneration, retiming) capability for dependable transport
  • Forward error correction (FEC) option
  • Compatible with all GigaMux 3200 platforms
  • CLI, SNMP and GigaView 3200 support, and Sorrento Networks Management System support

10G / 16G two-channel Transponder card with encryption and FEC options – SFP+ based

The ODC2 is a two-channel, multi-rate Transponder card, supporting Gigabit Ethernet, Fibre Channel and SONET / SDH. It serves access to DWDM networks, extending the bounds of fiber connections with SFP+ pluggable optics modules for up to 80 DWDM channels per fiber optic pair; client-side optics include multimode (850nm), singlemode (1310nm), CWDM and DWDM.

Industry-leading fiber line-side AES-256 encryption is supported by master key sessions for each direction which are autonomously and securely negotiated using a Diffie-Hellman key exchange. The encryption circuit scrambles the data before transmission out the link port and decrypts it after receipt at the receiving end.

The master session key seeds the pseudo-random number generator (PRNG) based on NIST SP800-90A which is iterated identically at each end of the link, to provide a sequence of 256-bit AES link keys.

The lifetime of a link key is operator-selectable from 10 minutes through to 1 day limiting the amount of data encrypted under a single key. Key changes are performed at multi-frame boundaries, making them seamless to the optical client and having no effect on dataflow. To further improve the level of security, Diffie-Hellman key exchanges are scrambled to prevent tampering from unknown sources.

Forward Error Correction (FEC) and 3R (reshaping, regeneration, retiming) features also make the ODC2 module a cost–and-space-effective choice for transport-layer regeneration applications.

As an integral part of the GigaMux 3200 system, the ODC2 is managed via GigaView, an element management system. Managed service providers and customers can manage remote network elements without an extensive IP infrastructure, and provision new services, monitor, troubleshoot and isolate problems quickly and effectively. The Sorrento Networks Management System also supports remote download of software reducing maintenance costs and simplifying network upgrades. CLI, SNMP and GigaView 3200 management interfaces are also available.

With the release of GigaMux 3200 Release 6.1, support for tunable SPF+ pluggable optical transceivers for both client-side and line-side ports were added to the ODC2, as of May 2016, which provides operators simplified spares management and ordering with a cost reduction of up to 80:1. The 6.1 update also enables the card to be configured in REGEN mode supporting up to two REGEN instances per ODC2 card installed.


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Technical Specifications

Dimensions Single Slot: 4″ H x 0.8″ W x 8.25″ D
(100 mm x 20 mm x 210 mm)
Regulatory Compliance EMC: NEBS, CE, FCC Part 15 Class A (USA), EN55022
Safety: UL EN60950 and Standard 1459; Canadian UL Standards 1950 and 1949
Operating Requirements Operating Temperature: 41° F to 104° F / 5° C to 40° C
Continuous Storage Temperature: -40° F to 158° F / -40° to 70° C
Relative Operang Humidity: 5% to 85% (non-condensing)

SPF+ Optical Specifications

Transmitter Multimode:
DWDM Fixed:
DWDM Tunable:
Optical Wavelength, nm, Min/Max 830 to 860 1260 to 1355 Per Channel
Output Optical Power, dBm, Min/Max -8.2 to +0.5
Spectral Width nm, Max 0.45 1
Average Launch Power dBm, Min/Max -5.0 to -1.0 -8.2 to +0.5 -1.0 to 3.0
OMA*, dBm, Min -5.2
Launch Power in OMA, dBm, Typ -1.5
Extinction Ratio, dB, Min -3.0 3.5 8.2 9.0
Relative Intensity Noise, dB/Hz, Max -128.0 -128.0 -128.0
Average Launch Power of OFF Transmitter, dBm, Max -30 -30
TDP* @ 10Gb/s, dB, Max 3.9 3.2 3.0
Side Mode Suppression Ratio, dB, Min 30.0 30.0 35.0
Optical Return Loss Tolerance, dB, Max -12.0 -21.0
Receiver Multimode:
DWDM Fixed:
DWDM Tunable:
Wavelength of Operation, nm, Min/Max 840 to 860 1260 to 1355 1530 to 1565 1528 to 1568
Receiver Sensitivity (@ 10Gb/s), dBm, Max -9.9 +14.4
Receiver Sensitivity (OMA @ 10Gb/s), dBm, Max 11.1 12.6 -23.0 -22.0
Stressed Receiver Sensitivity in OMA (@ 10Gb/s), dBm, Max -7.5 -10.3
Maximum Input Power, dBm, Max +0.5 +0.5 -8.0 -7.0
Receiver Reflectance, dB, Max -12.0 -27.0
LOS De-Assert, dBm, Max -11.0 -16.0 -25.0
LOS Assert, dBm, Min -30.0 -30.0 -38.0
LOS Hysteresis, dB, Min 0.5 0.5 0.5

Ordering Information

SN-LXODC2 ODC2 card: Dual Port Transponder Multirate up to 10G, 2x SFP+ Client and 2xSFP+ Line Port, SFP+ required
Line-side SFP+ Transceiver
SN-GMSFP+-10G-40XX-80 Fixed SFP+ ITU Grid 40 Channels 100GHz Spaced 80 KM
SN-GMSFP+-10G-80CT-80 Tunable SFP+ ITU Grid 80 channels, 50GHz Spaced, 80km
Client SFP+ Transceiver
SN-GMSFP+-10G-MM SFP+ 8 and 10G Datarates Multimode- 300 Meter 850nm
SN-GMSFP+-10G-SM-10 SFP+ 8 and 10G Datarates Singlemode 1310 10KM
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