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SFF Committee
10 Gigabit Small Form Factor Pluggable Module
Revision 4.5 August 31, 2005

Abstract: This specification defines the electrical, management, and mechanical interfaces of the XFP module. The module is a hot pluggable small footprint serial-to-serial data-agnostic multirate optical transceiver, intended to support Telecom (SONET OC-192 and G.709 “OTU-2”) and Datacom applications (10 Gb/s Ethernet and 10 Gb/s Fibre Channel). Nominal data rates range from 9.95 Gb/s, 10.31 Gb/s, 10.52 Gb/s, 10.70 Gb/s, and the emerging 11.09 Gb/s. The modules support all data encodings for these technologies. The modules may be used to implement single mode or multi-mode serial optical interfaces at 850 nm, 1310 nm, or 1550 nm. The XFP module design may use one of several different optical connectors. An adaptable heatsink option allows a single module design to be compatible with a variety of hosts.

Support: This document was adopted by the XFP MSA and is provided to the SFF for distribution and as a source document for related SFF projects..

Documentation: This document has been prepared according to the guidelines and agreements of the XFP MSA.

The XFP MSA has the stated intention of encouraging broad and rapid industry adoption of the specification. The XFP specification and the technologies it uses may be offered to formal standards bodies to further support the adoption of the specification.

The module design and the volume of production are expected to enable very low cost 10 Gb/s solutions.

for more information please download the full version of the XFP MSA .

December 29, 2010