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Optical Delay Lines


Fiber optic delay lines (ODL) consist of an input and output fiber collimator to project the light into free space and collect it again into a fiber. The distance the light travels in free space is precisely controlled, either by controlling the separation between the input and output optics, or by reflecting the light off a movable reflector. In either case, by varying the distance the light travels, one can control the delay time through the device.
Optical Delay Lines

OZ Optics Limited
219 Westbrook Rd.
Ottawa, ON K0A 1L0
Canada
Phone: +1 613-831-0981
Fax: +1 613-836-5089
Toll-free: +1 800-361-5415
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