ATX Networks
HFC Optical Access Network

EDFA, Optical Amplifiers

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.

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  • Low noise performance
  • Constant gain or constant power options
  • 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 operates in a constant gain mode 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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