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Wideband Telemetry Model

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SAXONBURG, Pa., March 3, 2023 — The UWB-OCM ultra-wideband telemetry module from Coherent Corp. is an optical channel monitor designed for next-generation C+L-band optical transport systems.

Based on a tunable filter that can sweep >12 THz, the device spans the full C+L-band of next-generation reconfigurable optical add/drop multiplexer (ROADM) systems. A high accuracy is achieved by a proprietary tunable filter with a narrow linewidth of a few GHz. The filter is based on a novel wafer-scale tunable etalon technology developed in-house that enables the UWB-OCM to achieve high performance cost-effectively. An optical switch is embedded, enabling a four-point monitoring cycle in ROADM or amplifier nodes.
Mar 2023

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