Discover the Fiber-optic World 2017-05-16T02:43:08+00:00

 Discover the Fiber-optic World

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WDM Fiber-optic Systems Overview

WDM Systems Overview

This article is trying to outline the general specification criteria used in ITU-T for describing optical interfaces.
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Basics of Fiber-optic Splitter

Basics of Optical Splitter

Non-wavelength selective fiber-optic branching devices are also called “optical splitters” or “optical couplers”
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Fiber-optic Bands and Grids

 Spectral Bands and Grids

“Grids” are used for location of nominal central frequencies in WDM fiber systems. The grid is divided into bands.
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Optical Splitter in a Passive Optical Network (PON)

Optical splitter in a PON

This article introduce optical splitter in a PON, including in the central office, outside plant, and the customer’s building.
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Channel Spacing in DWDM, CWDM and WWDM Fiber-Optic Systems

Capacity of WDM Systems

The ultimate capacity of a WDM system depends on how closely optical channels can be packed in the wavelength domain.
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 Number of Channels in DWDM and CWDM Systems

Number of WDM Channels

In a given spectral band, the number of channels in a WDM system depends on the particular channel spacing of the grid.
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Unidirectional & Bidirectional WDM Fiber-optic System

Unidirectional & Bidirectional WDM

Unidirectional only allow transmission in one direction, while bidirectional allow transmission in two opposite directions.
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 Linear and Ring Link Configurations in WDM Systems

Linear and Ring Configurations

Here provides the linear & ring link configurations for single-channel interfaces of DWDM systems.
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Basics of Optical Splitter

Non-wavelength selective fiber-optic branching devices are also called “optical splitters” or “optical couplers”
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