Wavelength-division router

Feb. 1, 1997

Wavelength-division router

A passive 22 ¥ 22 channel dense wavelength router has 22 input and 22 output ports with 0.8-nm spacing in 1533.29 to 1563.72-nm wavelengths. Insertion loss is better than -4 dB and crosstalk is approximately -45 dB. Also available are units capable of achieving 0.4-nm spacing and more than 100 input and output ports.

Instruments SA Inc.

Edison, NJ

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