The device increases an optical signal and thus allows the implementation of long communications routes. When using a series of amplifiers, it is possible to realize communications of virtually any distance. When used for the distribution of cable television signal (CATV), it ensures stable coverage for many customers. Performance characteristics of real-life transmission systems are verified by a testbed setup using these devices.
Optical amplifiers are used in C- and L- band telecommunications for bidirectional transmission of data, special photonic services or CATV. The Czech Light CLA amplifiers are modular devices which use commercially accessible modules of Erbium-Doped Fiber Amplifiers (EDFA) along with an embedded computer built upon a Linux platform. A user-friendly, web-based control interface allows you to remotely configure the device from the comfort of your office. The optical amplifiers used in telecommunications are equipped with the function of balancing the input signal for more than 32 input channels. Amplifiers used for CATV are able to distribute signal to as many as 64 end customers. All types of optical amplifiers may be modified upon request, both in terms of their power levels and their software.
Areas of Use
Classic DWDM ITU-T ch.20-60 Transfers
DWDM Transfers in 1566-1610 nm
Special Bidirectional Transfers in Single Fiber
Power Amplifier with parameters for Cable TV Systems
C-Band Booster-Preamp for DWDM line endpoints
C-Band Dual-Inline for inline amplification
C-Band bidirectional amplifier with 23 dB gain
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