Semiconductor optical components

Feb. 1, 1998

Semiconductor optical components

Offering a minimum of 12-dB fiber-to-fiber gain, this semiconductor optical amplifier suits signal amplification, cable- TV distribution, lossless optical switching, and wavelength conversion. Angled facet configuration and antireflection coating are used to eliminate backreflection and feedback. The device is temperature-stabilized using a thermoelectric cooler and comes in a hermetically sealed butterfly package. Specifications include a 1550-nm wavelength, a 45-nm spectral bandwidth, and a 9-dB noise figure.

CoreTek Inc., Burlington, MA

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