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NIR-MPX800-LN Series

Photonics.com
Oct 2010
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BESANCON, France, Oct. 13, 2010 — The NIR-MPX800 series phase modulators, manufactured by Photline Technologies and available through Laser Components, are suitable for use in applications including quantum optics, fiber sensors, interferometric-based sensors and frequency shifting.

With a proprietary proton exchange waveguide process, the near-infrared low-frequency to 10-GHz modulation bandwidth, low-insertion-loss modulators exhibit good stability and power handling. Performance highlights include a 150-MHz electro-optical bandwidth with 2-V drive voltage at 50 kHz, a 5-GHz electro-optical bandwidth with 5-V drive voltage at 50 kHz, and a 12-GHz electro-optical bandwidth with 7-V drive voltage 50 kHz. All units deliver 4-dB insertion loss based on 850 nm at 25 ºC.

Absolute maximum ratings include a ±20-V modulation range, 13-dBm optical input power, a 0 to 70 ºC operating temperature range and a -40 to 85 ºC storage temperature range.

Features include high optical power handling and a bandwidth of >10 GHz. Hermetic sealing is available as an option, as are a 20-GHz version and 1060- and 1300-nm band models.


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GLOSSARY
quantum optics
The area of optics in which quantum theory is used to describe light in discrete units or ‘quanta’ of energy known as photons. First observed by Albert Einstein’s photoelectric effect, this particle description of light is the foundation for describing the transfer of energy (i.e. absorption and emission) in light matter interaction.
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