Filter-based WDM product is based on Thin Film Filter (TFF) technology. The Filter-Based WDM is extensively used in EDFA, Raman amplifiers, WDM networks and fiber optics instrumentation. The device combines or separates light at different wavelengths in a wide wavelength range. They offer very low insertion loss, low polarization dependence, high isolation and excellent environmental stability.
DK Photonics' Filter-based WDM product family covers following wavelength windows commonly used in optical fiber systems: 1310/1550nm (for WDM or DWDM optical communications), 1480/1550nm (for high-power DWDM optical amplifier/EDFA), 850/1310nm and 980/1550nm (for high performance DWDM optical amplifier/EDFA) and 1310/1490/1550nm (for PON/FTTX/test instrument).
Compared with fused fiber WDM couplers, filter-based WDM components have much wider operating bandwidth, lower insertion loss, higher power handling, high isolation, etc.
|1310/1490/1550nm Filter WDM||1310/1550nm High Isolation WDM||Multimode 850/1310nm Filter WDM|