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Category Archives: Passive Optical Components
Overview A passive optical network (PON) is a point-to-multipoint, fiber to the premises (FTTP) network architecture in which unpowered optical splitters are used to enable a single optical fiber to serve multiple premises. PON allows several customers to share the … Continue reading
What Is Optical Switch The most direct understanding of optical switch is a device(mechanical, opto-mechanical, or electronic types) used to open or close an optical circuit. In a network, we usually require protection switching (to complete or break an optical … Continue reading
An optical attenuator is a device commonly used to lower the amount of power of an optical signal in a fiber optic communication system. In fiber optics, attenuation can also be called transmission loss. It’s the reduction in light signal intensity with regards to … Continue reading
Optical passive devices is an important part of the communication device, but also the other optical components indispensable application areas. There are mainly four categories of Optical Passive. (A) Active Fiber Optic Cable Connector Fiber optic cable connector is connected … Continue reading