April 1, 2000

The 60556MT MT-RJ field-test kit includes a stable 1300-nm light-emitting diode output with single-, dual-, and alternating-channel output modes, a spectral width of 150 nm, and minimum output power of -20 dBm. It comes with a 3-mm germanium detector with 850, 1300, and 1550-nm NIST-traceable calibration wavelengths, a measurement range of +3 to -40 dBm, absolute accuracy of ±0.25 dB and resolution of ±0.01 dB.


Camarillo, CA

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