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Coarse WDM Transceivers (OPN Trends Supplement)

Brian E. Lemoff

As high-end DWDM technology becomes pervasive in long-haul networks, WDM technologies smaller in cost and size are emerging for short-distance local area network and access applications. For example, tiny coarse-WDM transceiver modules will soon integrate a multiwavelength array of lasers and an optical multiplexer and demultiplexer.

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Coarse WDM Transceivers (OPN Trends Supplement)

Brian E. Lemoff

As high-end DWDM technology becomes pervasive in long-haul networks, WDM technologies smaller in cost and size are emerging for short-distance local area network and access applications. For example, tiny coarse-WDM transceiver modules will soon integrate a multiwavelength array of lasers and an optical multiplexer and demultiplexer.

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Publish Date: 01 March 2002


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