Wavelength-division multiplexing (WDM) is a method of combining multiple signals on laser beams at various infrared (IR) wavelengths for transmission along fiber optic media. Each laser is modulated by an independent set of signals. Wavelength-sensitive filters, the IR analog of visible-light color filters, are used at the receiving end.

Wavelemgth Division Multiplexing (WDM)

WDM filters in TFF (Thin Film Filter) technolgoy and in AWG

  • WDM Filter 980-1310-1480-1510-1625-1650
  • CWDM 1470nm 1610nm
  • BWDM (Bandpass WDM) Red/Blue Separator Combiner
  • WDM High Pass – Low Pass
  • DWDM ITU 100 GHz (TFF) Banda C e Banda L Mux-Demux
  • DWDM AWG Array WaveGuide  Mux-Demux

from 12ch to 96 ch, 100 GHz – 50 GHz Athermal and Thermal stabilized

C-Band, L-Band passband channels and Gaussian o Flat Top profiles

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