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Optical Networking Unit Transceiver

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The Radio Frequency Over Glass (RFoG) Optical Networking Unit (ONU) Transceiver from Emcore Corp. is an optical beat interference mitigated design utilizing the company’s Linear Externally Modulated Laser (L-EMLTM).

The FoG ONU Transceiver is designed to support standard CATV downstream and upstream transmission bands for triple-play voice, video and data signals in single-family and multiple-dwelling unit applications. Downstream it receives a 1550-nm forward path optical signal carrying a radio frequency cable television spectrum up to 1.2 GHz, making it compatible with the cable industry’s DOCSIS 3.1 standard. For return path, it supports digital upstream transmission utilizing an L-EMLTM transmitter operating at 1610 nm that supports a 5- to 85-MHz spectrum.
The system is compliant with the Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers’ radio frequency over glass specification.

Photonics Spectra
Aug 2017

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