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Polarization Dependent Loss Emulator

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OTTAWA, Ontario, June 10, 2021 — Polarization Dependent Loss EmulatorThe Polarization Dependent Loss Emulator from OZ Optics Ltd. emulates a known polarization dependent loss (PDL) level for quantifying and studying polarization impairments and effects in a fiber optic network.

The device features high linear dynamic range, flat wavelength response over C&L bands, low insertion loss, and low residual polarization mode dispersion. The unit comes in a compact package with built-in driver and calibrated table ready to be integrated into customer system via the enabled remote interface: RS232, IIC, or SPI.


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Jun 2021
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