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Exfo Electro-Optical Engineering Inc. has introduced an instrument for commissioning and lighting channels in DWDM networks. The FTB-9310 channel selector allows network operators to select and isolate ITU DWDM channels in the C-band for bit-error-rate testing and protocol-layer analysis. The device is the latest in a series of modules contained in the FTB-400 field-testing platform. It is typically used with the FTB-8000 SONET/SDH 2.5- or 10-Gb/s tester.

Photonics Spectra
Mar 2003

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