The all new CD500 Chromatic Dispersion system represents a new generation of fiber test equipment based on the latest digital DSP technology. The PE.fiberoptics CD500 is an industry standard product for measurement of Chromatic Dispersion and PMD and the first in a range of innovative digital instruments designed for the characterization of optical fibers.
The CD610 is designed to measure both Chromatic Dispersion and, optionally, spectral attenuation. Simplicity and speed are guaranteed when performing operations via the integrated touch screen. Measurement of two key parameters, chromatic dispersion and - via an add on module - spectral attenuation, is possible at one sitting ensuring fast, accurate performance and reliability. The ONA light source is available in O, C and L band versions and provides continuous scanning across the widest spectr...
The ClearSpectrum™-CDE is a chromatic dispersion emulator suited for test and measurement. This 1U half 19-inch rack-mountable module is designed to emulate tens of thousands of picoseconds per nanometer in a compact unit while maintaining very low insertion loss. It is a passive, ready-to-use emulator which can be cascaded several times to achieve higher levels of dispersion.
The 2850 Tunable Laser Chromatic Dispersion Measurement System provides the high measurement accuracy, resolution, and dynamic range essential for applications such as submarine cable manufacturing and the production of dispersion compensating fibers. Its integral tunable laser source and optional wavemeter deliver chromatic dispersion and length measurement precision not possible with traditional LED-based systems.
Offers speed, accuracy and high performance for all your CD test needs in the CO and in the field. Combines with the FLS-5800A light source, which is designed for both PMD and chromatic dispersion (CD) testing.
The instrument consists of two modules: the optical transmitter module with six measuring laser diodes and a reference one for generating measuring optical signals with the wavelength ranging from 1.51 to 1.61µm; the optical receiver module for receiving and processing optical signals from fiber under test output.
The 2800 Chromatic Dispersion Measurement System provides fast, accurate measurements of chromatic dispersion and length of all types of single-mode optical fibers. Easy to use Windows-based software provides all industry standard calculation techniques for the determination of zero dispersion wavelength and dispersion slope. Options are available for the measurement of Polarization Mode Dispersion (PMD) and Fiber Strain.
The field portable CMA5000a OTDR/Chromatic Dispersion application is a dedicated module that combines the advanced capabilities of Anritsu's OTDR technology with Anritsu's experience in Chromatic Dispersion. The CMA5000a OTDR/CD measurement system is based upon the industry accepted time-of-flight measurement method (FOTP-168) and uses multiple wavelengths to increase the accuracy of the measurement.
Modulated, polarized, high-power super LED (SLED) designed for use with the FTB-5800 Chromatic Dispersion Analyzer and FTB-5500B PMD Analyzer. Can also be used as a broadband source for DWDM channel and component testing
The S14 Refractive Index Profiler complements optical fiber preform analysis measurements by providing highly accurate and precise characterization of the refractive index profile of drawn single-mode, multimode, and specialty fibers using the RNF (Refracted Near Field) technique. The S14 index profile data produces fiber geometry information directly. Manufacturers can also use S14 data for the prediction of fiber transmission parameters such as mode field diameter, cut-off wavelength, and chro...
The CVF-220 is the an electrically-controllable optical bandpass filter with an independently tunable center-wavelength over C or C + L band, and a variable passband bandwidth from 0.1nm to 15nm. The CVF-220 features an ideal flat-top profile with and extremely sharp roll-off at the filter edges of > 150dB/nm, providing a strong out-of-band suppression of typically 50dB and a negligible chromatic dispersion within the passband.
The Photon Kinetics 1120 Bare Fiber Aligner makes it possible to reduce test setup time to seconds, thereby reducing overall testing cost. Just strip the fiber, scribe and break it (or use a more precise fiber cleaver, if desired) and then insert the prepared end into the 1120. In an instant, the fiber is coupled to your OTDR or chromatic dispersion test system with low optical loss and low reflectance. The 1120's compact, ergonomic industrial design is well-suited for low to moderate volume fib...