Foxcom's Coarse Wavelength-Division Multiplexer (CWDM) can combine up to 16 fiber outputs from Foxcom fiberoptic transmitters into one single fiber. Each transmitter transmits on a different optical wavelength. CWDM technology uses ITU standard 20 nm spacing between the wavelengths, from 1270 nm to 1610 nm. Each wavelength is transmitted on a separate single mode fiberoptic cable and then multiplexed onto a single fiber. Foxcom's Coarse Wavelength-Division Demultiplexer reverses the process, separating the light into 16 separate fiber paths.
With Foxcom's CWDM solution, transmitting multiple L-Band and 70/140 IF Band signals over a single fiber becomes a simple and cost effective process. CWDM overcomes the need for installing new fiber or leasing cables. By using Foxcom's CWDM solution, transmission distances up to 50 kilometers can be achieved.
Multiplexes up to 16 L-Band & IF channels
Reduce cost of leasing or laying fiber
Thin film filter technology gives reliable and cost-effective performance
1 RU Box for simple installation
Up to 16 channels wavelengths
1270 to 1610 nm (excluding 1390 and 1410 nm)
Channel center wavelength separation
Channel bandwidth at channel
Insertion loss MUX/DEMUX combination