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Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing TransceiversClarity Auto-Tunable Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) Transceivers from ProLabs Ltd. reduce service provider costs, as well as the time required to deploy new optical networking and connectivity services.

Clarity is a plug-and-play solution appropriate for any OEM switch platform that supports SFP+ transceivers. Service providers can plug Clarity into the host and passive mux, with the transceiver automatically locating the open channel, tuning and locking onto the transceiver at the other end. It works with switch platforms that do not natively support tunable transceivers, and it reduces the complexity of tuning to specific wavelengths in the field.

Providing up to 80-km reach and full industrial temperature performance, the transceivers are available in 50- or 100-Ghz channel spacing.

Photonics Spectra
Dec 2019

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