Fibconet’s premium DWDM Mux/Demux modules suit for long-distance transmission. With up to 96 wavelengths in a 50GHz grid (0.4nm), it widely uses where wavelengths are packed tightly together over the C-band range.
The most common configuration ranges from 8 to 96 channels. Our DWDM is perfect for high-density add/drop requirements in DWDM networks. It reduces clutter and cost by replacing large quantities of individual LC fiber patch cables. These completely passive devices require zero maintenance, upgrades or electricity to function properly.
Pair our DWDM units with Fibconet’s specialty fiber cables and high-performance optical transceivers for a complete low-cost networking solution.
Say goodbye to bulky and expensive networking setups and hello to streamlined and efficient communication with Fibconet’s DWDM Mux/Demux modules.
The DWDM network structure begins with transponders or When it comes to DWDM networks.
First step involves transponders or transceivers that accept data input from various traffic types and protocols. These forwarders map the input data to separate DWDM wavelengths.
The individual wavelengths are then directed to the Mux, which filters and combines multiple wavelengths onto a single output port. This enables transmission through the main DWDM fiber.
On the receiving end, Demux separates the combined wavelengths, allowing the isolation of individual channels. Each channel then routes to the appropriate client-side output via additional transponders or transceivers that match the wavelength.
By using DWDM technology, data can transmitte over long distances without losing quality, allowing for efficient and reliable communication.