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SAN JOSE, Calif., Oct. 8, 2019 — The Ultra-Narrow Linewidth Tunable C++ LASER Micro™ ITLA from NeoPhotonics Corp. has a tuning range of 6 THz, covering the full Super C-Band.

The C++ Laser supports full gridless tuning and accommodates any channel spacing including 50, 75, 100, 125, and 150 GHz. It maintains an ultra-narrow linewidth, low phase noise, and low power consumption over a full 6-THz tuning range. The system can tune more than 80 channels with a 75-GHz/channel spacing to fully capture the increase in fiber capacity generated by new modulation approaches. On a standard 50-GHz grid spacing, it can tune more than 120 channels on a standard 50-GHz grid spacing.
Oct 2019

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