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Eight commonly asked questions about the Medalist i3070 Series 5
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FAQ 2011-08-08

What is a silicon nail test on Keysight Medalist i3070?
The silicon nail test refers to the use of boundary register cells to replace the needs for physical probes on nodes during in circuit testing of non boundary scan device.

FAQ 2011-07-29

What is a CPLD ISP?
The Keysight Medalist ICT system can be used to program IEEE 1149.1 compliant CPLD using the test access port (TAP). This programming becomes part of the overall testplan and is executed during in circuit test (ICT).

FAQ 2011-07-29

Does Keysight offer an LC adapter for modules?
Keysight Technologies offers different ways to connect an LC connector to our optical instrumentation.

FAQ 2011-07-08

Why won't my High Power 8165xA FP laser source turn on?
When the 8164A is first turned on it requests a password.

FAQ 2011-07-06

What is the calibration cycle for the FP laser sources?
The calibration cycle for the 8165xA FP laser sources is 24 months.

FAQ 2011-07-06

Does Keysight still offer analog outputs for the 8163x optical power sensor modules?
Keysight Technologies offers several different optical power sensors:

FAQ 2011-07-06

What accessories should I order with my 8156A?
The 8156A has either two or three fiber connections consisting of an input, output, and monitor output.

FAQ 2011-07-06

Does Keysight offer a bare fiber adapter?
Yes, Keysight has three options for adapting bare fiber.

FAQ 2011-07-06

Will the 8163x optical power sensor modules operate with both SM and MM fiber?
Yes, you can use the optical power sensors with both single mode (SM) and multimode (MM) fiber.

FAQ 2011-07-06

Can I use the 81611/12/13/14A as a Fabry-Perot source for an insertion loss measurement?
Yes, the 81611/12/13/14A each have an internal Fabry-Perot source.

FAQ 2011-07-06

How can I operate the 8156A as a calibrated back reflector?
Accessories required are: 81000SI, 81113PC, 81000UM, 81000FI, 81000BR.

FAQ 2011-07-06

What is the model number for the magnetic D ring on the front of the 8162x optical head?
The magnetic D-ring model number is 81624DD.

FAQ 2011-07-06

Does the 8156A optical attenuator work at 850 nm?
No. The wavelength range is 1200 to 1650nm.

FAQ 2011-07-06

What is the difference between the optical inputs on the different 8163x optical power sensor modules?
The 81632x/ 81635x have straight fiber on the input. The 1633x/81634x have a recessed lens on the input.

FAQ 2011-07-06

Do the 8166xA DFB Laser Sources have optical isolators on the output?
Each 8166xA DFB Laser Source has an optical isolator on the output.

FAQ 2011-07-06

What accessories should I order with the 8161xA Optical Return Loss Modules?
The following accessories are recommended for use with the 8161xA Optical Return Loss Modules.

FAQ 2011-07-06

What is the difference between the 81000FA and the 81003FD?
The 81000FA is for adapting FC/PC style fiber optic connectors to either 815xxx or 816xxx optical heads.

FAQ 2011-07-06

Are all of the TLSs shipped standard with an optical attenuator on the output?
The 81480A/81640A/80A all have a 60dB attenuator, 0.001 dB steps.

FAQ 2011-07-06

What is the minimum attenuation step on the 8156A?
The 8156A has an attenuation range of 60 dB with a minimum step size of 0.001 dB.

FAQ 2011-07-06

What is the model number of the blank filler panel for compact slots in the 816x mainframes?
The blank filler panel for compact modules is part number: 08163-44101.

FAQ 2011-07-06

What is the best way to measure PDL (Mueller matrix 8169A, 11896A) (speed, accuracy)?
There are several different ways to characterize polarization dependent loss (PDL) on a device.

FAQ 2011-07-06

What is the calibration cycle for the 8156A optical attenuator?
The recommended calibration cycle for the 8156A is 24 months.

FAQ 2011-07-06

Can I connect angled to flat or straight or visa versa?
No, generally neither connection of different connector types (straight vs. angled) can be done.

FAQ 2011-07-06

What is the difference between the 8163xA and the 8163xB power sensors?
The 8163xA optical power sensors did not have an analog output available.

FAQ 2011-07-06

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