Coarse Wavelength Divison Multiplexer/Demultiplexer Module (CWDM Mux/Demux) is really a flexible, low-cost solution that effective at combining nine optical signals in to a fiber pair. The CWDM Mux/Demux is designed to interoperate with the WaveReady distinct transponder and optical regenerator solutions as well as CWDM transponders and small form-factor pluggables (SFPs) utilized in acquireable transmission equipment.
Common utilizations of CWDM technology include the multiplexers and de-multiplexers or optical amplifiers to improve the ability in the fiber optic cable. The CWDM Mux/Demux modules including CWDM MUX and CWDM Demux, are designed to multiplex multiple CWDM channels into 1 or 2 fibers. As well as highly reliable passive optics certified for environmentally hardened applications, the CWDM Mux/Demux lets operators use available fiber bandwidth in local loop and enterprise architectures.
In accordance with the wavelength or running channels in the each signal, CWDM MUX/DEMUX includes 4CH, 5CH, 8CH, 9CH, 16CH, 18CH CWDM Mux/Demux. These CWDM MUX/DEMUX can be found in 19″ Rack Mount or LGX module package.
4 channel CWDM MUX/DEMUX Module general features:
Low Insertion Loss;
Good channel-to-channel uniformity;
Wide Operating Wavelength;
Wide Operating Temperature;
From -40??C to 85??C;
High Reliability and Stability.
4 channel CWDM MUX/DeMUX Module Applications:
CWDM supplies the most economic and efficient wavelength division multiplexing solutions for metro edge and access networks. Ingellen CWDM modules cover 2 channel, 4 channel, 5 channel, 8 channel, 9 channel, 16 channel and 18 channel CWDM Mux/Demux. Ingellen Technology offers CWDM OADMs (Optical Add/Drop Module) from 1 to 16 channels for CWDM networks, including 1 channel, 2 channel, 4 channel, 8 channel and 16 channel CWDM OADM.
The CWDM OADMs are passive devices that can multiplex/demultiplex or add/drop wavelengths from multiple fibers onto one optical fiber. Through the use of CWDM technology, individual channels might be optically added or dropped from a fiber pair while allowing pass-through visitors to continue unobstructed through the bus or ring. It offers low insertion loss, high channel isolation, wide pass band, low temperature sensitivity and epoxy free optical path.
1 channel CWDM OADM Key Features:
Add/drop ITU-T G.695- and G.694.2-compatible CWDM channels onto a fiber pair;
Designed for use in outside-plant fiber splice enclosures;
Upgradeable to 8 channels per fiber;
Provides low-loss pass-through for CWDM channels;
Thermally stable passive optics require no electrical energy.
1 channel CWDM OADM Applications:
Provides fiber conservation or reclamation for CWDM wireless backhaul, broadband, and other services;
Supports linear (bus) and ring add/drop architectures.