Titan Photonics unveils optical power splitter

Oct. 3, 2007
OCTOBER 3, 2007 -- Titan Photonics says its 1x128 optical power splitter targets GPON applications.

OCTOBER 3, 2007 -- Titan Photonics, developer of optical components and network subsystems, has introduced a 1x128 optical power splitter for GPON FTTX applications.

Titan's 1x128 optical power splitter is based on Planar Lightwave Circuit (search for PLC) technology, and it supports bandwidth from 1260-1360 nm and 1480-1600 nm with typical operating temperature ranges from -40 ° C to 85 ° C. The splitter is designed for 128 splits in GPON optical network systems and is able to handle optical power over 30 dBm (1W) or more, note company representatives.

Titan says its unique 1x128 PLC splitter brings major performance and cost benefits to future optical network design. The company claims its splitter provides the most splits in the network system, thereby reducing cost. Titan also provides PLC splitter modules in various splits in 4, 8, 16, 32, and 64. A power monitoring function also is available for Titan optical power splitters. 

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