In DWDM transmission systems the adding or dropping of a transmission frequency through an Erbium Doped Fiber Amplifier can introduce transient behavior where the signal strength through the amplifier overshoots or undershoots, disrupting data transmission. For conventional EDFAs the transient time period during which over/undershoot occurs is typically about 100 microseconds.

Now OZ Optics Limited, a world leading supplier of fiber optic products for existing and next-generation optical networks, presents an Erbium Doped Fiber Amplifier (EDFA) that features sub-microsecond transient suppression time with less than ±0.3dB overshoot. This is an improvement in transit response time of over two orders of magnitude.

Designed to be use for traditional C-band wavelengths, this Super Fast EDFA amplifies signals within a 3.2nm window, enough to amplify four adjacent channels within in a DWDM transmission system. The amplifier can be configured for any 3.2nm sub-band within the C-band wavelength range. Contact OZ Optics for complete details.

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