What is the difference between Huawei’s traditional WDM 1600g and 6800

  • 1600G is a traditional WDM model. Single-core supports 1600G capacity. Except for long-distance trunks such as national trunks and old systems such as radio and television, they are basically withdrawn from the network.
  • 6800 is the NGWDM product series. It supports larger transmission bandwidth and more service types. It belongs to OTN equipment and supports both CWDM and DWDM.
  • SDH equipment: optix 10G (commonly used), 155S (eliminated), metro 1050 (eliminated), metro 500 (used frequently), 155/622H (metro1000) (commonly used), 2500 (eliminated), metro1100 (eliminated), OSN 2000 (commonly used), 155/622 (metro2050) (eliminated), 2500+ (metro3000) (used), metro 200 (eliminated), metro 100 (commonly used), OSN 500, 155H (eliminated), metro 3100 (eliminated)
  • NG SDH equipment: optix OSN 2500 (common), OSN 3500 II, OptiX GCP, OptiX OSN 2500 REG, OptiX OSN 3500T, OptiX OSN 1500 (common), OptiX OSN 3500 (common), OptiX OSN 7500 (common)
  • OCS equipment: OptiX OSN 9500, OptiX OSN 9560
  • Sosonnet: OptiX Metro 1600, OptiX Metro 3600, OptiX Metro 800, OptiX Metro 800c
  • Microwave equipment: OptiX RTN 605, OptiX RTN 950 (common), OptiX RTN 600 (common), OptiX RTN 910 (common), OptiX RTN ODU
  • WDM equipment: OptiX BWS 1600A, OptiX Metro 6020, OptiX OSN 3800 (common), OptiX OSN 8800 (common), OptiX BWS 1600G (common), OptiX Metro 6040, OptiX OSN 3800A, OptiX OSN 900A, OptiX BWSX 1600S, OptiX Metro 6100 (common), OptiX OSN 6800 (common), OptiX OSN 900B, OptiX BWS 320G (common), OptiX OSN 1800 (common), OptiX OSN 6800A