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Electrical and Digital Driven Attenuators

Digital Variable Attenuators

Key Features

  • CE Compliant
  • High power handling (up to 2 watts)
  • High speed
  • Wide attenuation range
  • Low PDL and wavelength dependency
  • Low insertion loss and backreflection
  • High resolution
  • Rugged and compact design

Description

OZ Optics offers a compact, rugged and low cost digital attenuator with high resolution, high speed, high attenuation range and high power handling (blocking technique only). OZ Optics' digital attenuator is a hand held unit, CE approved. These attenuators have low insertion loss, low backreflection, low PDL and flat wavelength response. These units can be calibrated for up to 4 wavelengths, for C or L bands.

Alternatively the unit can be calibrated for a continuous range. By using interpolation between the calibration wavelengths, the unit is capable of providing accurate attenuation levels over a continuous, broad range of wavelengths.

Applications

  • Bit error rate testing
  • Trouble shooting receivers and other active fiber optic components
  • Simulating long distance fiber transmission
  • Design of fiber optic transmitter/receiver circuitry
  • Power meter linearity checks
  • Power setting

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