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Polarization Scrambler

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General Photonics has announced the PCD-005 fiber optic polarization scrambler module, which uses advanced digital circuitry to deliver a uniform state of polarization distribution, now over a much wider operating temperature range that makes it more suitable for sensor field applications. It features all-fiber technology to effectively randomize polarization states. Designed to be easily plugged into sensor equipment or measurement instruments, it can be remotely controlled via RS-232 to set the operation wavelength or enable/disable the scrambling operation. While retaining dimensions and interfaces identical to those of the PCD-004, the PCD-005 delivers low insertion loss, backreflection, and residual phase and amplitude modulation. It can be used to eliminate polarization sensitivity in fiber optic sensor, communication and measurement systems. Insertion loss is <0.05 dB.


Photonics Spectra
Jul 2011
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