100ghz Dwdm Fiber Optic Mux Demux Module With 1u Plug In Rackmount
The Sourcelight 8-channel DWDM multiplexers and demultiplexers
facilitate DWDM architectures. Each 8Channel DWDM multiplexes up to
eight DWDM wavelengths. Of the nine input ports, eight accept the
inputs of individual narrowcast signals (via a common, LC/SC/FC or
MPO connector), and the remaining port accepts the multiplexed DWDM
input from prior modules in a cascade. The DWDM output port carries
the combined, multiplexed signal of all narrowcast channels, and a
monitoring port is also available.
The Sourcelight 8channel DWDM demultiplexer operates in comparable
fashion, but in this case serving to output the individual (up to
eight) DWDM signals from a single DWDM input port, and any
remaining narrowcast signals passed through a DWDM out cascade
- 8 channel DWDM with both a multiplexer and demultiplexer in unit
- Easy to install, requires no configuration
- Environmentally friendly product, completely passive, no power and
no cooling required for operation!
- Standalone, no other equipment required
- To be used in 2 fiber strand spans (1 fiber strand span product
- Can be connected to any fiber type
- Low insertion loss - high isolation
- Disassembles easily for cleaning
- Fully Universal, bidirectional operation on any port
- Fully transparent at all data rates and protocols
- High reliability, MTBF of 100 years
- Telcordia/Bellcore GR-1209 and GR-1221 qualified
- Accepts any data rate and any protocol on any port up to 10 Gbps,
also 40 Gbps (DPSK, DQPSK) and 100 Gbps (DP-QPSK)
- Optional 1310nm window can be seamlessly integrated
- Any equipment using 200 GHz or 100 GHz ITU-T transceivers.
- With optional 1310 window, any equipment using 1310nm transceivers.
- SONET OC-3 to OC-192, SDH STM-1 to STM-64, GBIC, SFP, XFP, Xenpak,
Ethernet over fiber, ATM over fiber etc...
Passive DWDM Module MUX/DEMUX
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