40+1CH Gaussian AAWG
High channel isolation refers to the ability of an optical component, such as a 40+1CH Gaussian AAWG, to separate multiple channels of light from each other in an optical communication system. In WDM systems, multiple optical signals with different wavelengths are combined and transmitted over a single optical fiber. The AAWG is used to separate these signals at the receiving end of the system, so that each signal can be demultiplexed and processed independently.
1,High Channel Count:A 40+1CH Gaussian AAWG supports up to 40 standard channels and one extra channel for monitoring or control purposes, which allows for the transmission of a large amount of data over a single optical fiber.
2,Low Insertion Loss:The AAWG has low insertion loss, which means that the amount of signal loss when the light passes through the AAWG is minimal.
3,High Channel Isolation:The AAWG provides high channel isolation, which means that the different channels do not interfere with each other.
4,Low Cost:The AAWG is a cost-effective solution for wavelength division multiplexing compared to other optical components
40+1CH Gaussian AAWG Spec:
|Pass Band Profile
|Number of Channels
|Number Channel Spacing
|1dB Channel Bandwidth
|3dB Channel Bandwidth
|Insertion Loss cross full passband and including connector loss
|Adjacent Channel Isolation
|Non-Adjacent Channel Isolation
|Insertion Loss Uniformity
|Optical Return loss
|Polarization Dependent Loss in Clear Channel Band
|Polarization Mode Dispersion
|Input and Monitor 900um loose tube Fiber Length
|MPO Ribbon Fiber Length
MPO Channel Ports PIN-OUT Requirement:
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