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High Isolation CWDM Mux Demux Bare Device 1270~1610nm Wavelength

Modulelink CWDM mux/demux is using optical multiplexers to reuse different wavelengths of light into a single fiber to transmit signals. At the receiving end of the link, the mixed signal is decomposed into signals in the fiber by means of an optical demultiplexer. Different wavelengths are connected to the corresponding receiving equipment.

Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing 100G DWDM Mux Demux ABS box type

Modulelink Dense wavelength division multiplexing (DWDM) is a technology that puts together -- multiplexes -- data signals from different sources so they can share a single optical fiber pair while maintaining complete separation of the data streams. Each signal is carried on a separate light wavelength; the dense part of DWDM refers to the fact that more than 80 separate wavelengths, each about 0.8 of a nanometer (nm) wide, can share a single optical fiber.

Fiber Optic Connectors Single Mode FC/SC/LC/ST

Modulelink Field Assembly fast connectors for FTTH can provide a quick and easy termination of fibers in the field. Options can be available for 900 micron allowing the installer to terminate and make connection in minutes at equipment and fiber patch panels. The connector system removes any requirement for epoxy, adhesives or costly curing ovens and polishing and fibe ederface inspection.

Optical Transceiver 400GBASE-SR8 QSFP-DD

Modulelink QSFP-DD SR8 transceiver modules are designed for use in Gigabit Ethernet links on up to 70m on OM3 MMF or 100m on OM4 MMF. They are compliant with the QSFP-DD MSA and portions of IEEE P802.3bs. Digital diagnostic functions are available via the I2C interface, as defined by the CMIS 4.0. The optical transceiver is RoHS compliant as described in Application Note AN-2038.