Single-Fiber CWDM MUX/DEMUX Analysis

Dual-fiber CWDM MUX/DEMUX is typically used in CWDM network to achieve dual way transmission, which transmits and receives signals with the same wavelength. A duplex fiber links two dual-fiber CWDM MUX/DEMUXs, supporting the same wavelengths installed on each end of the optical network. Two fibers with the same wavelength enable duplex transmission on different directions. […]

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Traditional CWDM Mux/DeMux vs. FMU Series CWDM Mux/DeMux

With the need for bandwidth increasing, the WDM (wavelength division multiplexing) technology was developed to expand network capacity over a single fiber. It uses a multiplexer (Mux) at the transmitter to combine several signals together, and a demultiplexer (DeMux) at the receiver to split them apart. Most WDM systems operate on 9µm single-mode fiber optical […]

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The Future Trends of CWDM Transceivers

There are several trends for transceiver development with the majority of activities occuring at 10 Gbps, where DWDM XFPs are increasingly being deployed. Additionally, there is another new MSA standard called Quad Small Form Pluggable (QSFP), that is pushing the bit-rate to a 16-Gbps limit, thus promising a 3-times density improvement over current solutions. Jobs […]

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Basic Common Sense Resolution of Fiber Optic Transceivers

Fiber optic transceiver is an indispensable network data transmission equipment. What is fiber optic transceiver? What is the structure of fiber optic transceivers? What is the role of fiber optic transceivers in the data dissemination process? Fiber optic transceiver includes three basic functional modules: optical media converter chip, the optical signal interface (optical transceiver module) and […]

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