Wavelength-division multiplexer

March 1, 1995

Wavelength-division multiplexer

The filter wavelength-division multiplexer employs micro-optic waveplate technology to achieve filtering of transmission signals. Featuring greater than 50-nm bandwidth operation, the multiplexer has 0.4-dB insertion loss, 0.01-dB polarization-dependent loss and greater than 55-dB return loss. The device measures 4.5ٶ.5䂐 mm.

E-Tek Dynamics Inc.

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