April 1, 2000

A passive DWDM router can separate periodically spaced wavelengths into two sets or combine them into one. It can handle up to 64 channels with 50-GHz spacing with a Gaussian or flat-top response and has performance degradation as low as 0.2 dB per stage. Its components are modular.

ITF Optical Technologies

Ville St. Laurent, Que., Canada

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