3-GHz optical receiver

Dec. 1, 1997

3-GHz optical receiver

The Model 330A 3-GHz optical receiver can select a wavelength in the dwdm spectrum, perform an optical-to-electrical conversion, and amplify signals for input to high-level instruments such as a bit-error-rate tester. The tunable optical-filter section operates in the 1550-nm band. The filter can resolve wavelengths as close as 1 nm. The front panel control features allow direct wavelength entry, automatic spectrum search to detect and store peaks, and recall up to 99 previously stored wavelengths.

Broadband Communications Products Inc.

Melbourne, FL

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