APA Optics announces repeat order for its 50 GHz DWDM optical component

April 4, 2001
Apr. 4, 2001--APA Optics, Inc. announced it received a repeat order for its 16-channel, 50 GHz spacing dense wavelength division multiplexer/demultiplexer (DWDM) component.

APA Optics, Inc. (Nasdaq National Market: APAT) announced it received a repeat order for its 16-channel, 50 GHz spacing dense wavelength division multiplexer/demultiplexer (DWDM) component. The order is for 21 units. The company has now received individual orders for 20 or more DWDM units for products with spacing of 200 GHz, 100 GHz and 50GHz.

The movement in optical communications toward higher bandwidths is being partially addressed with higher channel counts that are supported by narrowing channel spacing. APA's components provide 50 GHz channel spacing, while maintaining low insertion loss and low crosstalk in a passive a-thermal package.

About APA Optics:

APA Optics, Inc. designs, develops, manufactures and markets advanced products for fiber optic communications, including dense wavelength division multiplexing (DWDM) components, and gallium nitride compound semiconductor-based ultraviolet detectors, instruments and consumer products. For more information, visit www.apaoptics.com.

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