Which three modes can NCS 2000 100G line cards operate?

In which three modes can NCS 2000 100G line cards operate? (Choose three.)
A. transponder
B. amplifier
C. trunk using a separate client card
D. regenerator
E. encryptor
F. dispersion compensator

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  1. This is a duplicate of question 17 above. Same answer:

    The three modes of operation are:

    – 100G/200G Trunk: Nx client ports (using a separate 10x10G SFP client card) (+ optionally also the 100G client port on the 100G card) -> 100G/200G DWDM trunk output

    – 100G Transponder: 1x 100G gray client port -> 1x100G DWDM output (note: 200G not supported in this scenario because you’re only bringing in 100G from the client side)

    – 100G/200G Regenerator: 100G/200G DWDM 100G/200G DWDM (requires two 100G cards utilizing backplane)

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