Receiver sensitivity takes into account power penalties caused by use of a transmitter with worst-case values of extinction ratio, jitter, pulse rise times, optical return loss, receiver connector degradations, and measurement tolerances.
What does ORL stand for?
ORL stands for Optical Return Loss
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We have 59 other meanings of ORL in our Acronym Attic
- Office Removal Kit (Microsoft Windows Deployment Tool)
- Office Resource Kit (Microsoft)
- Order of Random Knights
- Ordu Kaynakta Ayristirma Projesi
- Oak Ridge Kennel Club (Oak Ridge, TN)
- Oude Rooms Katholieke Ziekenhuis (Dutch: Old Roman Catholic Hospital; Groningen, Netherlands)
- Journal for Oto-Rhino-Laryngology and its related specialties
- Office of Residential Life (various universities)
- Olfactory Receptor-Like Protein (neurobiology)
- Olivetti Research Laboratory (AT&T)
- Ordnance Release Line
- Orlando Executive Airport (Airport Code)
- Oto-Rhino Laryngologie (France)
- Otorhinolaryngology (head and neck practice)
- Opioid Receptor-Llike 1
- Optimum Repair Level Analysis
- Oral Reading for Language in Aphasia
- Ottawa Region Landlords Association (est. 1987; Ottawa, Ontario, Canada)
- Oral Reading for Language in Aphasia with Virtual Therapist
- Orthotic Research and Locomotor Assessment Unit (Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Hospital; Oswestry, England, UK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The c-Series provide an alternative for engineers who require simple, single-function testers and include the cOPM-A1 Optical Power Meter, cFPL-A1 Fabry-Perot Light Source, and cORL-A1 Optical Return Loss Meter.
STT-Ethernet) -- Fiber physical layer analysis: OTDR to 42 dB dynamic range, advanced optical power meter and laser source, optical return loss measurement, visible fault locator.
Before you turn up the network to a higher speed, check optical return loss and related parameters.
The new ORL-55 SMART Optical Return Loss Meter is a high-performance, easy-to-use instrument for the field as well as for lab and production.
Using an innovative automatic bi-directional analysis function, the MTS/T-BERD 6000 can save up to 50 percent test time for OTDR, insertion loss (IL), and optical return loss (ORL) measurements.
The new versions of FiberTrace and FiberCable software integrate bi-directional insertion loss (IL), optical return loss (ORL), bi-directional optical time domain reflectometer (OTDR) analysis, fiber bend detection, CWDM/DWDM attenuation profile (AP), CWDM/DWDM optical spectrum analysis (OSA), and polarization mode dispersion (PMD) and chromatic dispersion (CD) measurement.
It is the only single-box solution that provides multi-channel insertion loss (IL), optical return loss (ORL) and polarization-dependent loss (PDL) measurements over all the bands.