Optical Transceiver Hardware Configurable Feature

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SUNNYVALE, Calif., Nov. 7, 2017 — The Flextune hardware configurable feature for wavelength-tunable optical transceivers has been announced by Finisar Corp., simplifying deployment of dense wavelength division multiplexing (DWDM) transceivers in remote PHY access networks constructed by multiple-system operators.

Flextune allows up to 96 wavelength-tunable optical transceivers in a remote PHY network to self-configure their wavelengths to operate over the DWDM infrastructure without input from the host equipment or intervention from technicians. Technicians simply insert the universal transceivers into any host port in the head-end equipment and remote PHY nodes, connecting them to any of the optical multiplexer ports with fiber optic patch cables.

Firmware contained in the transceivers determines the proper wavelengths to link the head-end equipment to each remote PHY node.

Published: November 2017
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