All electronic components of a transmission system, some of which can be programmed, form the active components of a said system. These include components such as individual diodes for transmission and reception, integrated transceivers, and optical amplifiers.
General Photonics’ motorized variable optical delay line provides low cost, precision optical path length adjustment and delay scanning functionality. This addition to the MDL product line is specifically designed for OEM applications that require continuous scanning capability and a small footprint.
GPCs' motorized variable optical delay line provides precision optical path length adjustment of up to 560 ps, single-pass. Driven by a DC motor with an integrated encoder, the MDL-002 has a resolution of less than 0.3μm (1 fs).
GPCs’ 2nd generation all fiber phase shifter/modulator provides phase shifts up to 65π with a much lower half-wave voltage (~2 volts as compared with 10-20 volts for the 1st generation phase shifter) at frequencies from DC to 20 kHz
The FPS-003 all fiber phase shifter/modulator combines a wide modulation bandwidth (up to 60 kHz) with low half-wave voltages to create a long-range device that can be driven by standard function generators.
SFF (2x5) transceivers are soldered to printed circuit boards (PCB) and are used in various fields such as telecommunications, data communication, system integration, Internet service providers, DSL, industrial communication or medical technology.
Superluminescent Light Emmiting Diodes