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Electronic Components & Devices -> Signal Conditioners -> Dense Wavelength (DWFI) Signal Conditioners

Dense Wavelength (DWFI) Signal Conditioners

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Optical Networking Solution optimizes Ethernet service delivery.

Optelian    Marietta, GA 30067
Jun 19, 2013 By virtualizing underpinning technology and complexity of Layer 0, 1, and 2 infrastructure, Intuitive Packet Optical Networking™ solution accelerates time it takes to deploy Ethernet and wavelength services. Leveraging MPLS-TP technology, PKX-1640 Packet Networking Card consists of 20-port, 200 Gbps Carrier Ethernet switch that delivers Ethernet service aggregation and multiplexing, extensive OAM, rapid protection switching, and MEF-standardized CE 2.0 services.

DWDM Universal Starter Kit supports 10G and 100G clients.

XKL, LLC    Redmond, WA 98052
Apr 05, 2012 Featuring 1RU form factor, 100G DWDM Universal Starter Kit will boost optical channel rates to 100G per lambda. Design supports 10G and 100G on client side; 100G optical transport systems are designed to deploy as requirement for higher bandwidth applications and to aggregate internal service elements within carrier networks. For WAN and backbone regional networks, spectral efficiency is important in system engineering design.

Mux/Demux Chipset supports long haul optical transport.

Broadcom Corp.    San Jose, CA 95110
Dec 27, 2011 Comprised of BCM8414 demultiplexer for receiving data and BCM84142 multiplexer for transmission, 40G PHY Chipset leverages CMOS technology for 40G optical transmission using DQPSK modulation. Product integrates more than 20 Gbps IOs, which promotes developing devices that will support 100G optical transmission. Chipset's 2 x 23 Gbps to SFI-5.1 demux provides 2 receivers for data recovery on I and Q channels, while fully integrated multiplexer and precoder accept SFI-5.1 data.

OTN Muxponder enables development of any service-any port line cards.

Exar    Fremont, CA 94538
Jul 25, 2011 Designed to help future-proof networks, Model MXP2(TM) ASSP is targeted at ROADM/DWDM and Edge Aggregation platforms in OTN transport applications. Device enables development of any service-any port line cards and consolidation of service specific muxponders into single universal design. Eight watt, 2 x 10G single chip solution includes G.709 features such as ODU0, ODUflex, and GMP, enabling services to be mapped to size appropriate OTN containers and multiplexed in single multiplexing stage.

Muxponder maximizes bandwidth on existing infrastructure.

OpVista, Inc.    Milpitas, CA 95035
Jan 21, 2009 Part of OpVista CX8 Optical Networking System, CX-40G Muxponder delivers 40 Gbps transmission/wavelength across optical networks from metro to long-haul. It is based on Dense Multi-Carrier (DMC) technology and combines 4 x 10 Gbs service streams into single 50 GHz Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) channel. System helps deliver multiple 10-Gbit/sec services and also eliminates issues of PMD and CD optical dispersion.

Flexible Remote Node unifies access and backhaul networks.

ADVA Optical Networking    Ramsey, NJ 07446
Oct 09, 2008 Integrated into ADVA FSP 3000 WDM System, Flexible Remote Node enables communications providers to serve customers from unified access and backhaul network. When located at curb, FRN can be configured as passive network element with environmentally hardened WDM filters that allow point-to-multipoint WDM-PON structure. When located at street cabinet, FRN can include active equipment such as optical amplifiers and active Ethernet technology that enable reach extension and traffic aggregation.

DWDM SFP Module features 5 Gbps transmission speed.

Bookham, Inc.    San Jose, CA 95134
Sep 25, 2008 Enabling expansion of SFP-based board design performance, transceiver can deliver output power from +3 to +6 dBm, has channel spacing of 100 GHz, and offers full C and L band coverage. Optical engines consist of Bookham Avalanche Photodiode (APD) Receiver and buried-heterostructure directly modulated laser. Able to achieve uncompensated reach of 400 km at 2.5 Gbps, solution can operate in high-noise, amplified environments and multi-span links for metro networks.

DWDM Network Platform is able to serve from metro to core.

Nokia Siemens Networks    Espoo 02610  Finland
Jul 02, 2008 With multi-service and multi-reach feature set, hiT 7300 supports all reaches and transmission speeds in metro, regional, long-haul, and ultra-long haul applications on single platform. Unit has transponder cards that support traditional SONET/SDH, Ethernet, and SAN services at different speeds. Including amplifier options and end-to-end management support for all equipment configurations, it is also available in flatpack form factor suitable as CPE for tight space requirements.

Muxponder-on-a-Chip targets OTN networks.

Galazar Networks, Inc.    Ontario K2H 1E6  Canada
Jun 20, 2008 Suited for ROADM/DWDM applications, MXP(TM) devices address metro networking applications by combining Next-Gen SONET/SDH functions of MSPP and OTN functions of transponder to act as muxponder-on-a-chip. This helps Service Providers utilize their WDM wavelengths more efficiently by allowing them to multiplex number of revenue-generating services on single wavelength. Muxponder cards based on MXP family can address all service types, including Ethernet, SONET/SDH, SAN, and Video.

Wavelength Selective Switch manages network traffic.

JDSU    San Jose, CA 95131
Feb 22, 2008 Scalable from 1 x 2 to 1 x 9 applications, Mini WSS dynamically supports unpredictable network traffic in metro and access DWDM networks. Switch incorporates all critical functions required for network equipment manufacturers and service providers to remotely add and drop network capacity or change wavelength's path based on demand, without manual intervention or rebalancing of network. Based on MEMS technology, single-slot unit provides colorless switching.

Transceiver Module suits 80 km telecom applications.

Emcore Corp.    Alhambra, CA 91803
Apr 13, 2007 Intended for long reach, 10 Gbps applications, DWDM Model EDW-9100-XFP consists of transmitter with cooled 1,550 nm EML and high-sensitivity receiver with APD photodetector. Transceiver operates over temperature range of 0-70°C and offers optimum heat dissipation and electromagnetic shielding, enabling high port densities for 10 Gbps systems. Key options include C-Band and L-Band coverage at 100 GHz ITU-grid spacing, as well as private labeling.

SFP Transceivers help connect SANs remotely.

Luminent Inc.    Chatsworth, CA 91311
Dec 14, 2006 Covering distances of 10, 40, 80 km, fibre channel CWDM and DWDM interfaces support multi-rate operation at baud rates of 4.25, 2.125, and 1.062 Gb/s, respectively, and Ethernet rate of 1.25 Gbps. CWDM family is available in 18 wavelengths ranging from 1270-1610 nm, while DWDM family supports 46 channels in C-band, from ITU channel 15 through 61.

DWDM Access Transport Platform offers 1.25 Gbps max speed.

Novera Optics Inc.    SantaClara, CA 95054
Sep 12, 2006 TurboLIGHT(TM)16 dense wavelength division multiplexing (DWDM) fiber-to-the-x (FTTx) optical access transport platform acts as passive optical network (PON) system that delivers 20 Gbps of symmetrical bandwidth over single feeder fiber. Based on Lambda-PON(TM) automatic wavelength-locking technology, product carries 16, 125 Mbps to 1.25 Gbps bidirectional data streams using 32 independent wavelengths. System comes in modular and complete system forms, both with mixed-mode capabilities.

Wave Division Multiplexers transmit two optical signals.

Communications Specialties Inc.    Hauppauge, NY 11788
Oct 13, 2004 Fiberlink® 6400 Series Passive Optical WDMs allow 2 separate fiber optic links to operate at different wavelengths over same fiber optic core. Each optical signal may carry multiple baseband video, audio, and data channels. Optical signals are transmitted at 850 and 1,310 nm over multimode fiber or 1,310 and 1,550 nm over single mode fiber. Insertion loss ranges from 0.5-2.0 dB per output. Units are available in card or box versions with ST or FCPC connectors.

Multiplexer/Demultiplexer incorporates 62.5 µm core fiber.

Multiplexer/Demultiplexer incorporates 62.5 µm core fiber.

APA Optics Inc.    Minneapolis, MN 55449-7218
Dec 02, 2002 Multimode fiber-based DWDM mux/demux offers 8 channel, 200 GHz spacing. It features uniform channel-to-channel insertion loss and large bandwidth due to broad flat-top passband. Insertion loss is typically less than 1 dB and polarization dependent loss is less than 0.3 dB over -40 to +85°C without any active temperature control. Variation across all channels is less than 0.2 dB. Adjacent channel isolation is typically greater than 30 dB.

DWDM features low insertion loss.

DWDM features low insertion loss.

APA Optics Inc.    Minneapolis, MN 55449-7218
Jun 10, 2002 Standard 16-channel Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexer maintains 3 dB insertion loss over operating temperature of 0 to 60 deg C. Passive athermal performance avoids need for several watts of power to drive heaters or other temperature control devices, and for system monitoring and alarms to signal malfunction of temperature control devices.

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