We FiberStore now supply a full range of CWDM Mux/Demux products (DWDM Mux/Demux can also be provided) units to suit all kinds of applications and network solutions. And they are all of guaranteed quality and good price. Here below is a brief introduction of the CWDM Mux/Demux & DWDM Mux/Demux.
The CWDM MUX and CWDM Demux utilize thin film coating technology and proprietary design of non-flux metal bonding micro optics packaging. It provides low insertion loss, high channel isolation, wide pass band, low temperature sensitivity and epoxy free optical path. These two kinds of products are designed to multiplex multiple CWDM channels into one or two fibers. The core of CWDM (Coarse wavelength division multiplexer) application is the passive Mux/Demux unit. The common configuration is 1×4, 1×8, 1×16 channels, available in 19″ Rack Mount or LGX module package. Optional wide band port for existing 1310nm or 1550nm port is available to multiplex with these CWDM Channels. Together with our CWDM Transceiver series or the wavelength converter series, the bandwidth of the fiber can be utilized in a cost effective way. We now can provide the 4/5/8/9/16/18 channels CWDM Mux/Demux, and the 18 different wavelengths to choose is1270nm, 1290nm, 1310nm, 1330nm, 1350nm, 1370nm, 1390nm, 1410nm, 1430nm, 1450nm, 1470nm, 1490nm, 1510nm, 1530nm, 1550nm, 1570nm, 1590nm, 1610nm. Now let us come to DWDM Mux & demux. The Dense Wave Division Multiplexing (DWDM) is a technique used to increase transmission capacity by adding more optical channels onto a single fiber. These channels are optically combined using a multiplexer (Mux) and then transmitted over a single fiber to a Hub or OTN where they are then separated again using a demultiplexer (Demux). These separate channels can now be routed to individual nodes or groups of nodes to meet targeted services requirements of the system. The Mux & Demux modules provide a high density, low cost solution for this application. All in all, the DWDM Mux and DWDM DeMux are designed to multiplex DWDM channels into one or two fibers. The common configuration is 4, 8, 16 and 32 channels. These modules passively multiplex the optical signal outputs from 4 or more electronic devices, send them over a single optical fiber and then de-multiplex the signals into separate, distinct signals for input into electronic devices at the other end of the fiber optic link. Now we can provide the 4/8/16/32/40 channels DWDM Mux/Demux for customers to choose, and you can also choose different type of connectors. And the grid channel for choose of the DWDM Mux/Demux is form ch21 to ch60.
All the above is only one part of the introduction of CWDM Multiplexer/Demux and DWDM Mux/Demux products. You are welcome to visit this website: FiberStore.com for more details.