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Optical Spectrum Analyzer

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Exfo Inc. has added the WDM-Aware, a coherent Pol-Mux 40G/100G optical signal-to-noise ratio (OSNR) analyzer, to its FTB/IQS 5240S-P and FTB/IQS-5240BP optical spectrum analyzer (OSA) lines. The instrument is for commissioning and troubleshooting 40G/100G coherent systems on metro and long-haul dense wavelength division multiplexing networks.

The instrument’s coherent channel measurement is based on amplified spontaneous emission noise; automatic measurements are taken via the channel turn-off method. The analysis capabilities are available as a software option that can be added to the company’s existing in-band OSAs, converting them to Pol-Mux OSAs.

Photonics Spectra
Apr 2014

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AmericasCommunicationsdense wavelength division multiplexingEXFOfiber opticsindustrialnetworksoptical spectrum analyzerOSAProductsQuebecTest & MeasurementOptics & Optical CoatingsWDM-AwarePol-Mux40G/100Goptical signal to noise ratioOSNR analyzerFTB/IQS 5240S-PFTB/IQS-5240BPcoherent systems analysis

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