Dispersion-compensating fiber module

Oct. 1, 1997

Dispersion-compensating fiber module

The dispersion-compensating fiber module upgrades conventional singlemode fiber systems in 1310- to 1550-nm wavelengths. The unit has high negative chromatic dispersion in the 1550-nm wavelength region to compensate for the positive dispersion of conventional nondispersion-shifted singlemode fiber. It comes in small coils for use by original equipment manufacturers or in standard 23-inch rack-mount housing.

Sumitomo Electric Lightwave Corp.

Research Triangle Park, NC

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