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Wavelength-Division Multiplexing (WDM)

融合型保偏光纤WDM融合型保偏光纤WDM融合型保偏光纤WDM融合型保偏光纤WDMWDMWDMWDMWDM 主要规格类型:980/1064;980/1550;1064/1550工作频率:±15nm Max.注入探测    信号端口 dB 0.8;0.7;0.7    泵端口 dB 0.8;0.7;0.7分钟消光比:18分贝;20分贝;20分贝贝,隔离度:13分贝;18分贝;18分贝最小值方向性:最大55分贝。回波损耗分贝50最大值光功率(CW):3W光纤类型-偏保熊猫光纤封装尺寸毫米φ3* 70φ3* 54工作温度℃-5〜+ 75 ℃温度存储 ℃ ...

Specifications

Operating Wavelength: 1064 nm
Operating Bandwidth: 30 nm
Isolation (min): 18 dB
Max Power Handling: 3 W
Polarization Maintaining: Yes
Data Sheet
融合型保偏光纤WDM融合型保偏光纤WDM WDMWDM 主要规格 类型:980/1064;980/1550;1064/1550工作衰减:±15nm Max.插入损耗    信号端口 dB 0.8;0.7;0.7    泵端口 dB 0.8;0.7; 0.7分钟消光比:18分贝; 20分贝; 20分贝最小值,隔离度:13分贝; 18分贝; 18分贝最小值方向性:最大55分贝。回波损耗分贝50 。最大值光功率(CW):3W光纤类型-保偏熊猫光纤封装尺寸 mm φ3*70 φ3*54工作温度 ℃ -5~+75存储温度 ℃ ...

Specifications

Operating Wavelength: 980 nm
Operating Bandwidth: 30 nm
Isolation (min): 13 dB
Max Power Handling: 3 W
Polarization Maintaining: Yes
Data Sheet
The Polarization Maintaining Filter WDM multiplexes PM signals and maintains the output polarization with high extinction ratio using advanced micro-optic filter technology.  All input and output fibers are polarization maintaining. It utilizes advanced filter technology to yield wide-band, low insertion loss, high ...

Specifications

Operating Wavelength: 960~990 nm
Operating Bandwidth: -- nm
Isolation (min): 25 dB
Max Power Handling: 0.3,0.7,1,2,3,10 W
Polarization Maintaining: Yes
Data Sheet
This is a Fiber-Optic Michelson Interferometer manufactured by CSRayzer Optical Technology. It operates at 1550 nm wavelength and features a generous optical bandwidth and low insertion loss.  Fiber-Optic Michelson Interferometer is an ideal choice for application in various underwater acoustic system, geophysical system. It is ...

Specifications

Operating Wavelength: 1550 nm
Operating Bandwidth: 40 nm
Isolation (min): - dB
Max Power Handling: 0.5 W
Polarization Maintaining: No
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Data Sheet
The CWDM Wavelength Division Multiplexer by Ascentta, Inc. is a high-performance optical device that allows for the simultaneous transmission of multiple optical signals over a single fiber optic cable. It employs Coarse Wavelength Division Multiplexing (CWDM) technology to combine and separate wavelengths in the 1471nm to 1611nm ...

Specifications

Operating Wavelength: 1471-1611 nm
Operating Bandwidth: 13 nm
Isolation (min): 30 dB
Max Power Handling: 0.3 W
Polarization Maintaining: Yes
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Data Sheet
The Polarization Maintaining Filter WDM multiplexes PM signals and maintains the output polarization with high extinction ratio using advanced micro-optic filter technology.   All input and output fibers are polarization maintaining. It utilizes advanced filter technology to yield wide-band, low insertion loss, high ...

Specifications

Operating Wavelength: 1520~1580 nm
Operating Bandwidth: -- nm
Isolation (min): 25 dB
Max Power Handling: 0.3,0.7,1,2,3,10 W
Polarization Maintaining: Yes
Data Sheet
Single Mode 980nm Wavelength Division Multiplexers series Operating wavelength 980nm & 1550nm; 980nm & 1060nm or specify

Specifications

Operating Wavelength: 980/1310/1480 nm
Operating Bandwidth: +- 15 nm
Isolation (min): 20 dB
Max Power Handling: 0.5 W
Polarization Maintaining: No
Data Sheet
OZ Optics produces a range of Wavelength Division Multiplexers (WDMs) for telecom and non-telecom applications. These devices combine light of different wavelengths into a single fiber using dichroic filters, making them ideal for applications such as confocal microscopy, white light imaging, full-color holography, and more. OZ ...

Specifications

Operating Wavelength: 1650 nm
Operating Bandwidth: -- nm
Isolation (min): -- dB
Max Power Handling: 0.5 W
Polarization Maintaining: Yes
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Data Sheet
JumboSwitch® TC3847-1: Compact 4-Channel RS232/422/485 Serial Server for Ethernet/IP Networks
TC Communications
The JumboSwitch® TC3847-1 is a compact and easy-to-configure 4-channel RS232/422/485 serial server that enables the transport of serial data over existing Layer 2/Layer 3 Ethernet networks. It supports various serial protocols, including MicroLok®, Genisys, Modbus, and DNP 3, and features RS-232 handshaking (CTS/RTS) for optimal data ...

Specifications

Operating Wavelength: -- nm
Operating Bandwidth: -- nm
Isolation (min): -- dB
Max Power Handling: -- W
Polarization Maintaining: Yes
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Data Sheet
PPLN Mixer Plus
HC Photonics Corp
For your application convenience and integration optimization of PPLN mixers, HC Photonics also provides several supporting modules (PPLN Mixer Plus), such as special WDM couplers and special WDM filters. Those PPLN Mixer Plus are designed to support your application and integration of PPLN mixers.

Specifications

Operating Wavelength: 775-1550 nm
Operating Bandwidth: 1550 nm
Isolation (min): 80 dB
Max Power Handling: -- W
Polarization Maintaining: Yes
Data Sheet
CWDM can realize the multiplexing and demultiplexing between two communication channels. It can expand the capacity of single fiber to achieve bidirectional communication, which can widely used in optical network upgrade and expansion, or introduce new comprehensive business etc.  DWDM can realize the multiplexing and ...

Specifications

Operating Wavelength: 1260~1620 nm
Operating Bandwidth: 20 nm
Isolation (min): ≥30 dB
Max Power Handling: ≤500mw W
Polarization Maintaining: No
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Data Sheet
The high temperature of  200°C Filter WDM 1310/1550nm Fiber Optic Components utilized thin-film filter technology. It multiplexes & demultiplexes wavelengths at 1310nm, 1490nm & 1550nm that carry the voice, data and video services. Its used in the "triple-play" FTTH systems with 1 to 2 port configuration. 3 ...

Specifications

Operating Wavelength: 1310/1550 nm
Operating Bandwidth: 15nm nm
Isolation (min): 15 dB
Max Power Handling: 5 W
Polarization Maintaining: No
Data Sheet
2x Co-existence GPON/XGS-PON/OTDR PON WDM module with Dual Fiber DWDM Mux/Demux, 8 Channel ITU CH21-CH28, LC/APC, Industrial Standard LGX Module Coexistence Element (CEx) is a passive PON WDM modules used to combine GPON with XGS-PON, NG-PON2, OTDR and RF-video/CATV traffic to a single fiber. Upgrading your existing passive optical ...

Specifications

Operating Wavelength: 1250 – 1620 nm
Operating Bandwidth: 0.8 nm
Isolation (min): 30 dB
Max Power Handling: 300m W
Polarization Maintaining: No
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Data Sheet
CWDM Modules (fiber optical multiplexer/demultiplexer) systems are considered as a cheaper and simpler alternative to DWDM systems for metro access network applications. Since CWDM Modules systems have wide channel spacing (20 nm), they do not require precise wavelength control for transmitter lasers. Thus, cost-effective ...

Specifications

Operating Wavelength: 1271 to 1611; (OR) 1270 to 1610 nm
Operating Bandwidth: 13 nm
Isolation (min): 40 dB
Max Power Handling: 300 W
Polarization Maintaining: No
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Data Sheet
The Compact CWDM Module (MCWDM, CCWDM, or compact course wavelength division multiplexers) from Lfiber is the perfect means for adding capacity to your fiber optic network without installing additional fiber. It can provide increased bandwidth and increased revenue from legacy fiber plant in one of the industry’s smallest ...

Specifications

Operating Wavelength: 1271 to 1611; (OR) 1270 to 1610 nm
Operating Bandwidth: ≥13 nm
Isolation (min): ≥40 dB
Max Power Handling: 300 W
Polarization Maintaining: No
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Data Sheet
The Mini CWDM (CCWDM, compact course wavelength division multiplexers) from Lfiber are the perfect means for adding capacity to your fiber optic network without installing additional fiber. It provides increased bandwidth and increased revenue from legacy fiber plant in one of the industry’s smallest packages. Notes:1. Above ...

Specifications

Operating Wavelength: 1271 to 1611; (OR) 1270 to 1610 nm
Operating Bandwidth: ≥13 nm
Isolation (min): ≥40 dB
Max Power Handling: 300 W
Polarization Maintaining: No
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Data Sheet
The Mini-Sized CWDM(Compact CWDM) from Lfiber is the perfect means for adding capacity to your fiber optic network without installing additional fiber. It provides increased bandwidth and increased revenue from legacy fiber plant in one of the industry’s smallest packages. Notes:1. Above data are test results without ...

Specifications

Operating Wavelength: 1271 to 1611; (OR) 1270 to 1610 nm
Operating Bandwidth: ≥13 nm
Isolation (min): ≥40 dB
Max Power Handling: 300 W
Polarization Maintaining: No
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Data Sheet
The Low-Loss CWDM Module from Lfiber is the perfect means for adding capacity to your fiber optic network without installing additional fiber. It provides increased bandwidth and increased revenue from legacy fiber plant in one of the industry’s smallest packages. Notes:1. Above data are test results without connectors. ...

Specifications

Operating Wavelength: 1271 to 1611; (OR) 1270 to 1610 nm
Operating Bandwidth: ≥13 nm
Isolation (min): 40 dB
Max Power Handling: 300 W
Polarization Maintaining: No
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Data Sheet
The CCWDM Module from Lfiber is the perfect means for adding capacity to your fiber optic network without installing additional fiber. It provides increased bandwidth and increased revenue from legacy fiber plant in one of the industry’s smallest packages. Notes:1. The SPECs are test results without connectors. The insertion ...

Specifications

Operating Wavelength: 1271 to 1611; (OR) 1270 to 1610 nm
Operating Bandwidth: ≤13 nm
Isolation (min): ≥40 dB
Max Power Handling: 300 W
Polarization Maintaining: No
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Data Sheet
1240 CNS Multiplexer
FTI Communication Systems Ltd
The range of 1240 CNS Fibre Optic Voice & DataMultiplexers have been designed and optimised toprovide a high reliability point to point Network, withcable path protection, for Safety Critical Systems: -Control Tower to Airfield Comms, Navigational Aids andSurveillance.The 1240 CNS Multiplexers are in operational use atLondon ...

Specifications

Operating Wavelength: 1240 nm
Operating Bandwidth: -- nm
Isolation (min): -- dB
Max Power Handling: -- W
Polarization Maintaining: No
Data Sheet
DWDM MUX-DEMUX Multiplexer
Kylia
MICS product line offers the most complete range of DWDM Mux/Demux (6,25GHz to 400GHz spacing). TMICS is a spacing and frequency DWDM Mux/Demux.Thanks to its flexible bulk grating technology, KYLIA offers the most complete DWDM mux/demux product range.

Specifications

Operating Wavelength: 1675 nm
Operating Bandwidth: 1310 nm
Isolation (min): 0.5 dB
Max Power Handling: 0.3 W
Polarization Maintaining: Yes
Data Sheet
1X2-WDM Wavelength Division Multiplexer
M2 Optics Inc
LGX style couplers (mux), splitters (demux), and WDM solutions are available in a wide array of coupling and connector options. Offering multiple front panel connector options allow for easy connectivity to a wide array of equipment. Low insertion loss, high directivity, and good uniformity are all features of these high quality ...

Specifications

Operating Wavelength: 1310 nm
Operating Bandwidth: 1550 nm
Isolation (min): 16 dB
Max Power Handling: -- W
Polarization Maintaining: Yes
Data Sheet
MPX-9103 Extended Temperature 100G OTN Maxponder Platform
Optelian
The MPX-9103 provides efficient multi-protocol muxponding of 10G services onto a 100G OTU4 uplink. It uses advanced thermal design, making it the first 100G product of its kind to deliver extended life and high reliability in extended temperature range applications. With support for a 100G SR10, 100G LR4, and coherent DCO CFP uplink ...

Specifications

Operating Wavelength: -- nm
Operating Bandwidth: -- nm
Isolation (min): -- dB
Max Power Handling: 180 W
Polarization Maintaining: Yes
Data Sheet
RGN-8040 And RGN-8010 Quad Multi-Protocol Transponders
Optelian
OTN encapsulation with forward error correction and comprehensive service OAM features are offered on the RGN-8040. It provides client-side overhead termination and monitoring, allowing for full standardscompliant performance monitoring and user-specified threshold crossing alerts for client protocols from 8.5 Gb/s to 11.3 Gb/s. All ...

Specifications

Operating Wavelength: -- nm
Operating Bandwidth: -- nm
Isolation (min): 9 dB
Max Power Handling: -- W
Polarization Maintaining: Yes
Data Sheet
TMX-2200 200G Transponder And Muxponder
Optelian
The TMX-2200 provides efficient transponding and DWDM transport for 100 GbE and/or OTU4 client services. It incorporates a pluggable CFP2-DCO with a software programmable modulation format, and fully-integrated coherent transceiver, including DSP. The line signal can be set to SDFEC for the longest possible reach, or staircase HGFEC ...

Specifications

Operating Wavelength: -- nm
Operating Bandwidth: -- nm
Isolation (min): 50 dB
Max Power Handling: 45 W
Polarization Maintaining: Yes
Data Sheet

Frequently Asked Questions

Wavelength Division Multiplexing (WDM) is a technology used in optical fiber communication systems to increase the capacity of data transmission by transmitting multiple optical signals simultaneously over a single fiber optic cable. Each signal is carried on a different wavelength of light, allowing multiple signals to be transmitted over the same fiber without interference.

Wavelength Division Multiplexing (WDM) works by dividing the available bandwidth of a fiber optic cable into multiple channels, each with its own wavelength of light. Each channel carries its own independent data signal, which can be transmitted and received simultaneously with other channels. At the receiving end, the individual channels are separated and converted back into their original data signals.

There are two types of Wavelength Division Multiplexing (WDM): Coarse Wavelength Division Multiplexing (CWDM) and Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM). CWDM uses wavelengths spaced 20 nanometers apart, while DWDM uses wavelengths spaced 0.8 nanometers apart, allowing for a greater number of channels to be transmitted over a single fiber.

The advantages of Wavelength Division Multiplexing (WDM) include increased capacity of data transmission, reduced network infrastructure costs, and improved network scalability. WDM allows for the transmission of multiple signals over a single fiber optic cable, reducing the need for multiple cables and associated infrastructure. Additionally, as network demand grows, additional channels can be added to an existing WDM system to increase capacity.

Wavelength Division Multiplexing (WDM) is used in a variety of applications, including long-haul telecommunications networks, data centers, and metropolitan area networks (MANs). It is also used in cable television networks to transmit multiple video channels over a single cable, and in fiber optic sensing systems to monitor multiple parameters over a single fiber.

The key components of a Wavelength Division Multiplexing (WDM) system include multiplexers, demultiplexers, optical amplifiers, and optical filters. Multiplexers combine multiple data signals onto a single fiber by assigning each signal to a unique wavelength. Demultiplexers separate the combined signals at the receiving end by routing each wavelength to its own output. Optical amplifiers amplify the optical signal to compensate for signal attenuation over long distances, while optical filters are used to isolate specific wavelengths and reduce interference.

The challenges of implementing Wavelength Division Multiplexing (WDM) include the need for precise wavelength control, signal distortion due to dispersion and nonlinearity, and high cost of components. Wavelength control is critical to prevent interference between channels, and the dispersion and nonlinearity of fiber can distort signals, reducing transmission quality. Additionally, the cost of WDM components can be higher than traditional transmission equipment.

Wavelength Division Multiplexing (WDM) and Time Division Multiplexing (TDM) are two different methods of multiplexing data signals over a single transmission medium. WDM uses different wavelengths of light to carry multiple signals simultaneously, while TDM divides a single transmission channel into multiple time slots, with each time slot assigned to a different signal. While WDM provides higher capacity and scalability, TDM is simpler and less expensive to implement, making it suitable for applications with lower data rates or shorter distances.

There are 65 different Wavelength-Division Multiplexing (WDM) from suppliers and manufacturers listed in this category. In just a few clicks you can compare different Wavelength-Division Multiplexing (WDM) with each other and get an accurate quote based on your needs and specifications. Please note that the prices of Wavelength-Division Multiplexing (WDM) vary significantly for different products based on various factors including technical parameters, features, brand name, etc. Please contact suppliers directly to inquire about the details and accurate pricing information for any product model. Simply navigate to the product page of interest and use the orange button to directly reach out to the respective supplier with one click.

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Wavelength-Division Multiplexing (WDM) devices are critical components of modern optical fiber communication systems that enable the simultaneous transmission of multiple data signals over a single fiber. WDM technology divides the available bandwidth of a fiber optic cable into multiple channels, each with its own wavelength of light, allowing multiple signals to be transmitted without interference. WDM devices include multiplexers, demultiplexers, optical amplifiers, and optical filters. Multiplexers combine multiple data signals onto a single fiber by assigning each signal to a unique wavelength. Demultiplexers separate the combined signals at the receiving end by routing each wavelength to its own output. Optical amplifiers amplify the optical signal to compensate for signal attenuation over long distances, while optical filters are used to isolate specific wavelengths and reduce interference. There are two types of WDM: Coarse Wavelength Division Multiplexing (CWDM) and Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM). CWDM uses wavelengths spaced 20 nanometers apart, while DWDM uses wavelengths spaced 0.8 nanometers apart, allowing for a greater number of channels to be transmitted over a single fiber. While WDM provides several advantages, including increased capacity of data transmission, reduced network infrastructure costs, and improved network scalability, there are also some challenges associated with implementing WDM. These include the need for precise wavelength control, signal distortion due to dispersion and nonlinearity, and high cost of components. Ongoing advancements in WDM technology, including the development of new materials and manufacturing techniques, are expected to further improve the performance and cost-effectiveness of these devices, paving the way for even more advanced communication networks in the future.