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Petaluma, CA, United States

Calix is a supplier of telecommunications access equipment for service providers. The company was incorporated in 1999. Calix is a North American provider of broadband communications access systems and software for fiber- and copper-based network architectures that enable communications service providers to connect to their residential and business subscribers. Wikipedia.


An optical node comprises a tunable optical transceiver having a laser and a temperature element. The optical node also comprises a wavelength shift stabilization circuit configured to adjust current provided to the temperature element such that wavelength shifts, due to changes in a drive current applied to the tunable optical transceiver, are reduced.


Patent
Calix | Date: 2015-04-16

Techniques are described for identifying a rogue network interface device whose laser is not under control of a controller of the network interface device. The techniques identify the rogue network interface device based on reception of a predefined data pattern in a timeslot that is not reserved for any of the network interface devices without needing to disable upstream data transmission from the network interface devices during their assigned timeslots. The techniques also relate to a network interface device determining whether the network interface device is transmitting optical signals at a wavelength different than the wavelength that the OLT to which the network interface device is associated receives.


Patent
Calix | Date: 2014-04-15

A system and method for establishing secure communication between a first device and a second device, wherein the first device is behind a firewall. A Secure Shell (SSH) connection is established between the first device and the second device, wherein establishing a connection includes establishing a secured communications tunnel from the first device to the second device via an SSH protocol. The first device is registered with the second device, wherein registering includes sending an SSH protocol REGISTER DEVICE message from the first device to the second device. The REGISTER DEVICE message is acknowledged by the second device, wherein acknowledging includes receiving the REGISTER DEVICE message, determining the client applications to register, determining a separate socket port number to be used as a remote port on the second device for each the registered client applications from the list of one or more client applications running on the first device, and transmitting a REGISTER DEVICE ACK message including the remote port number for each registered client application from the second device to the first device. A reverse port forwarding request is made based on the local port number and the remote port number received from in the REGISTER DEVICE ACK message.


Patent
Calix | Date: 2015-04-16

Techniques are described for identifying a rogue network interface device whose laser is not under control of a controller of the network interface device. The techniques identify the rogue network interface device based on reception of a predefined data pattern in a timeslot that is not reserved for any of the network interface devices without needing to disable upstream data transmission from the network interface devices during their assigned timeslots. The techniques also relate to a network interface device determining whether the network interface device is transmitting optical signals at a wavelength different than the wavelength that the OLT to which the network interface device is associated receives.


Patent
Calix | Date: 2015-06-24

Techniques are described for adjusting the wavelength of a laser so that the laser transmits at the defined wavelength without needing feedback from an optical line terminal (OLT) and without needing tap filters that follows a tunable filter in the upstream transmission path.

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