ATX’s wide range of EDFA optical amplifiers complement any 1550nm, DWDM transmitters. These EDFA amplifiers enhance the versatility of ATX transmitters by extending reach and/or the ability to overcome multiplexing and demultiplexing losses in multi-wavelength applications. ATX supplies 2 types of EDFA optical amplifiers optimized for either gain flattened amplifier operation for multi-wavelength applications, or for single wavelength constant power, typically for RFoG or 1550nm PON overlay applications.
EDFA, Optical Amplifers
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- Low noise performance
- Constant gain or constant power operation
- Multiple gain and total power options
- Integrated filter or circulator based express ports
- 1-slot ChromaFlex module
- Up to 8 modules in a single 2RU ChromaFlex chassis
- SNMP, Telnet or web GUI remote monitoring
ChromaFlex CF-GCA EDFA
This high density, single-slot module can be configured to operate in a constant gain or constant power mode with the default mode being constant gain for multi-wavelength operation. As wavelengths are added, the gain per wavelength remains constant and the composite total output power will vary to maintain consistent optical levels on a per wavelength basis ensuring network performance.
ChromaFlex CF-CPA EDFA
This very cost-effective, constant power version operates in a fixed constant output power mode for single wavelength or applications where the number of wavelengths is fixed.
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