Optical switching is the switching of an electrical field's transmission through a device between multiple ports.
Whether of the mechanical, electronic, or optomechanical type, optical switches work by opening or closing an optical circuit.
The AQ2200-412 OSW module is a space-saving 1 x 16 optical switch featuring low insertion loss and superior switching reproducibility, in a two-slot size module. This module allows to connect up to 16 DUT and improve testing efficiency in automatic test system.
Optical splitter for PON
Optical splitter is a key device in PON, GE-PON system in FTTH to split optical signal into 8 to 32 ports. In this test system, insertion losses for each port can be measured accurately and efficiently.
Measurement item: Insertion loss for each port with different wavelengths
(1310nm, 1490nm, 1550nm)
This system does not require manual reconfiguration of optical paths and adjustments of EDFA input power, and that improves measurement throughput and avoids a human error.
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