Faraday rotators change the polarization state of light traveling through it. The output polarization state is rotated by 45 degrees with respect to the input polarization. When combined with a mirror, the reflected light is rotated by another 45 degrees, resulting in a 90 degree rotation. In addition, the polarization handedness is ...
Insertion Loss (max):
Faraday Rotation Angle (single Pass):
45 deg deg