Optical Spectrum Analyzer Software

Bristol Instruments Inc.Request Info
Facebook X LinkedIn Email
VICTOR, N.Y., June 17, 2021 — Optical Spectrum Analyzer SoftwareBristol Instruments Inc. has announced its NuView software that converts its 438 Series Multiwavelength Meter into a high-resolution optical spectrum analyzer.

The software provides complete analysis of optical transceivers and wavelength-division multiplexing signals. The meter simultaneously measures the wavelength, power, and optical signal-to-noise ratio of as many as 1000 discrete optical signals. It also provides high accuracy, a measurement rate of up to 10 Hz, and a broad operational range of 1000 to 1680 nm.

For a more detailed analysis, the NuView software generates and displays an optical spectrum with a resolution of >10 GHz for 0.08 nm at 1550 nm. This provides the ability to determine transceiver side-mode suppression ratio and to discriminate between closely spaced wavelength-division multiplexing channels.

Published: June 2021
* First Name:
* Last Name:
* Email Address:
* Company:
* Country:

When you click "Send Request", we will record and send your personal contact information to Bristol Instruments Inc. by email so they may respond directly. You also agree that Photonics Media may contact you with information related to this inquiry, and that you have read and accept our Privacy Policy and Terms and Conditions of Use.

Register or login to auto-populate this form:
Login Register
* Required

Photonics Marketplace
Looking for Transceivers? There are 13 companies listed in the Photonics Buyers' Guide.
Browse Cameras & Imaging, Lasers, Optical Components, Test & Measurement, and more.
ProductsNuView438Optical Spectrum Analyzer SoftwareMulti-Wavelength MeterBristol InstrumentsTest & MeasurementOpticsAmericasmultiwavelength meter

We use cookies to improve user experience and analyze our website traffic as stated in our Privacy Policy. By using this website, you agree to the use of cookies unless you have disabled them.
Photonics Spectra Optical Design Summit 2024LIVE NOW: Flat Lenses: Tracing the Evolution from Smooth Surfaces to Fresnel, Diffractive, and Meta Lenses X