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Optical FiltersMini-ETOF ultralow-profile, wideband-tunable optical filters from II-VI Inc. are designed for next-generation pluggable coherent optics.

The ultralow-profile etalon-based tunable optical filters feature a wide 90-GHz passband that improves the signal fidelity and increases the reach by filtering the optical noise generated at the transmitter. The mini-ETOF, with its industry leading 3.5-mm-thin profile, is designed to be embedded in transceivers with highly compact form factors, such as CFP4 and OSFP. Its highly reliable monolithic device is mounted in a thin and flat package that facilitates optimum transceiver cooling with air flow.

Applications include optical monitoring and transceiver-embedded erbium-doped fiber amplifiers.

Photonics Spectra
Jun 2018

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