HD FiberSystems provides 16- and 32-channel DWDM rack modules

Feb. 5, 2001
HD FiberSystems, a manufacturer of fiber optics components and integrated optical modules, announces its 200GHz 16-channel and 100GHz 32-channel DWDM modules, packaged in compact industry standard 1U and 2U rackmounts, respectively.

HD FiberSystems, a manufacturer of fiber optics components and integrated optical modules, announces its 200GHz 16-channel and 100GHz 32-channel DWDM modules, packaged in compact industry standard 1U and 2U rackmounts, respectively. This rackmount design provides easy deployment and cost effectiveness into the optical networking environment.

The new 200GHz 16- and 32-channel DWDM rack modules are manufactured based on thin-film filter technology and have 4.0dB and 6.5dB lowest insertion loss, respectively. The two modules also consist of high-center wavelength accuracy and high adjacent-band isolation characteristics. Each DWDM module has been evaluated by Bellcore, ensuring stable and reliable functionality under severe environmental conditions. Each DWDM device is manufactured under micro optomechanical fusion, resulting a most ideal passband curve.

All HD's DWDM modules offer features and performance, which, according to the company, are ideal devices to be built into telecommunications, WDM networks and EFA optical amplifiers.

About HD FiberSystems:

HD FiberSystems entered into the fiber optics arena and has established a new division in manufacturing DWDM (Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexer) devices, modules and rack integration. For more information, visit www.hdsystems.com.

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