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    Gain Flattening Filter for Optical Amplifiers

    Model GFF-C
    Price:   £275.84
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Gain flattening filters (GFF) are used in design high performance optical amplifiers or ASE light sources that offer flat gain spectra or flat output light spectra.

We provide fiber Bragg grating (FBG) based gain flattening filters for Erbium doped fiber amplifiers (EDFA), EDF based ASE light sources, Raman amplifiers or other fiber optical amplifers.

We can customize this product to best match the requirement for customer's system or optical link design.

Features:

  • High reliability
  • Rapid design and production
  • Minimum error function to match the required spectrum
  • Telcordia 1209 and 1221 compliance
  • Low cost

Applications:

  • Optical fiber amplifiers or broadband light sources

Specifications:

Sample Loss Spectrum

Ordering Information:

GFF-C-a-c-d
a: Peak Loss in dB; a=5 for 5dB peak loss; a=10 for 10dB peak loss.
c: Pigtail Type, c=0 for 250 micron bare fiber pigtail, c=1 for 900 micron loose tube pigtail, etc.
d: Connector Type, d=FA for FC/APC, d=SU for SC/UPC, d=N for no connectors, etc.

Example: GFF-C-7-1-FA