Aurora Talks Up Laser Line

Aurora Networks announced that it offers the widest range of full spectrum, multi-wavelength transmitters in the industry. The company offers three full spectrum transmitter families, all single-width modules, designed to be used simultaneously to enable up to 2...

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Aurora Laserbig 200x300Aurora Networks announced that it offers the widest range of full spectrum, multi-wavelength transmitters in the industry. The company offers three full spectrum transmitter families, all single-width modules, designed to be used simultaneously to enable up to 24 wavelengths per fiber.

The company's AT3545G series C-band DWDM transmitters are designed to support both analog plus QAM channel loading up to 1 GHz, to full QAM channel loading, for delivering 16 wavelengths on one fiber. In addition, they support the planned CCAP initiative in both broadcast/narrowcast (BC/NC) overlay systems, as narrowcast transmitters, as well as in full spectrum applications, including RFoG deployments.

Complementary with the AT3545G, Aurora's AT3552 C-band DWDM transmitters are designed to support the same channel loading over the same 16 wavelengths, but with extended reach. In addition, they can be used as broadcast transmitters in BC/NC overlay systems, as well as in full spectrum applications, including RFoG deployments using Aurora's remote RFoG Repeater VHub.

The company's LcWDM O-band multi-wavelength, full spectrum transmitters are cost-optimized for increased bandwidth capacity per fiber for shorter reaches. They're also designed to enable up to eight separate wavelengths to be carried in the O-band on one fiber.
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