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Optical Amplifier – EDFA (Erbium-doped Fiber Amplifier) for WDM System

Optical amplifiers serve as an integrated part of long haul data transmission. The most prominent feature of optical amplifier is that the device can amplify optical signal directly without the need to convert the signal into an electrical one before amplifying. EDFA (Erbium-doped Fiber Amplifier) is the one type of many different optical amplifiers that can achieve signal amplification over long-hual optical communication.Optical Amplifier BasicsWhen transmitting over long distance, the optical...
Posted on   August 13, 2019 By FS.COM
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What Is OTN — Optical Transport Network?

With the explosion of digital traffic and the ever-growing array of bandwidth-hungry applications, OTN (Optical Transport Network) evolves from point-to-point DWDM remedies to scalable and robust optical networking applications that cater to a wide variety of client signals with equally-varied service requirements. Carriers are also placing particular emphasis on OTN in the Metro area, where it is shifted rapidly from SONET/SDH to WDM (wavelength-division multiplexing). With the goal of boosting...
Posted on   October 6, 2018 By FS.COM
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FS Optical Transport Network Platform Unveiling

The explosive demand for higher bandwidth, larger capacity and longer distance transmission is driving a significant change in optical networks, which addresses a unified, stable and efficient network that can cost-effectively scale. The OTN network emerges as the ideal choice - it is gaining momentum in the market with reduced transport costs and enhanced network performance. FS newly launched the multi-service WDM transport network platform and it is built to suit the OTN system. Let’s take a ...
Posted on   September 14, 2018 By FS.COM
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100G Muxponder for More Cost-Effective WDM Network

With the increased network requirements of individuals and enterprises, carriers are faced with unique challenge. That is, how to leverage existing and new optical networks so as to accommodate current growth and prepare for future expansion in the most effective manner? Muxponder technology, as a part of WDM technology, can maximize the fiber capacity to the extreme and meet the demands. It aggregates multiple services into a single wavelength which are then multiplexed along with other wavelen...
Posted on   July 28, 2017 By FS.COM
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Extend DWDM Network Transmission Distance With Multi-Service Transport Platform

With the features of high density, high speed and high capacity, DWDM technology has been popular in recent years. And it will still be primary technology in optical communications, especially in long haul transmission. How to realize quality DWDM networking at a low cost is an issue that attracts lots of attention. On the basis of customer needs, FS.COM released multi-service transport platform, aiming to optimize DWDM network performance. What Is FS.COM Multi-Service Transport Platform? ...
Posted on   May 9, 2017 By FS.COM
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Introduction of OEO Media Converter Based WDM System

The evolution of WDM systems stemmed from a need to increase the capacity of a single fiber, and thus the network traffic volume is increasing and the demand for more network bandwidth is also on the rise. By converting incoming optical signals into the precise ITU-standard wavelengths to be multiplexed, OEO media converter are currently a key determinant of the openness of CWDM and DWDM systems. This article is mainly to introduce the OEO transponder based WDM system. What’s OEO Media Conver...
Posted on   May 4, 2015 By FS.COM
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Dispersion Compensation Module for Long-haul DWDM System

In recent years, DWDM (dense wavelength division multiplexing) technology has made tremendous progress on transmission capacity, which is defined by optical signal modulation method and transmission bandwidth. As the transmission bandwidth is fixed, allowable dispersion values are in inverse proportion to the square of transmission speed. Therefore, the faster the transmission speed, the more important the compensation of accumulated chromatic dispersion over transmission bandwidth. This paper w...
Posted on   February 3, 2015 By FS.COM