Optical-wavelength locker

Sept. 1, 1997

Optical-wavelength locker

The owl-10 miniature optical-wavelength locker/monitor can be used for the locking or monitoring of the laser-diode light source of wdm transmission system. The hermetic unit has no moving parts. It contains a built-in temperature sensor for thermal compensation and realized ۪.01-nm wavelength stability and accuracy at temperatures from 0° to +70°C.

Santec Corp.

Komaki, Aichi, Japan

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