OPTICIS CWDM-Optical-Module for Full UHD (4K, 60Hz)

March 17, 2015
The CWDM OSA is capable of transmitting a full UHD digital video signal (over 5.4 Gbps/channel) by a single multimode fiber with four-channel CWDM technology.
The quad ROSA and TOSA is a unique set that transmits and receives four channels between 825 and 990 nm at 6G each over a single multimode fiber with a reach up to 100 m. This can be quite valuable in various applications, such as optical HDMI cables. Judge's Comment.
The CWDM OSA is capable of transmitting a full UHD digital video signal (over 5.4 Gbps/channel) by a single multimode fiber with four-channel CWDM technology. The optical communication module combines light beams with different wavelengths using a single optical fiber or splitting a light beam emitted from a single optical fiber into multiple light-receiving elements. It is compatible with both LC and SC receptacles.

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