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Wavelength-Tunable Transceivers

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SAXONBURG, Pa., April 23, 2020 — 25-Gbps wavelength-tunable transceivers from II-VI Inc. meet the CPRI 10 standard for 25-Gbps fronthaul links.

In a standard SFP28 pluggable form factor over the full industrial temperature range, the transceivers support dense wavelength division multiplexing across the C-band. The transceivers dramatically increase transmission capacity per fiber, thus virtually eliminating capacity constraints due to fiber scarcity. Flextune embedded configuration protocol enables transceiver pairs across a given link to self-configure to a common wavelength channel.

Transceivers support an optical budget of up to 18 dB with a link reach of up to 15 km.
Apr 2020

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