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Date Submitted Sat. Oct. 19th, 2013 4:04 AM
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Syntax Master claireling
Tags C | cheap | Connector | fiber | fibre | GEPON | optic | splitter
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With the growing demand of broadband, Passive Optical Network (PON) is the most promising NGN (Next Generation Networking) technology to meet the demand currently. GEPON(Gigabit Ethernet Passive Optical Network) use WDM technology and it is with 1Gbps bandwidth and up to 20km working distance, which is a perfect combination of Ethernet technology and passive optical network technology.

GEPON Technology:

The GEPON (Gigabit Ethernet Passive Optical Network) system is composed of the Optical Line Terminal (OLT), Optical Distribution Network (ODN) and Optical Network Unit (ONU).The ODN consists of only passive elements splitters, fibre connector and fiber optics. PON means passive optic network, EPON is integrated with Ethernet technologies, and GEPON is a Gigabit EPON. GEPON system is designed for telecommunication use. This series of products features high integration, flexible application, easy management, as well as providing QoS function. The fiber network speed can reach up to 1.25GB/s and each EPON OLT (Optical Line Terminal) system can distribute into 32 remote ONU (Optical Network Unit) to build up the fiber passive network by a max 32 way optical splitter with the advantage of big capacity of data transmission, high security, flexibility of buildup network, mainly applies for FTTH (Fiber To The Home) projects, which can access to IP telephone, Broadband data and IPTV.

GEPON is a perfect combination of Ethernet technology and passive optical network technology. It eliminate the usage of active fiber optic components between OLT and ONU, this will greatly cut the cost and make the network easier to maintain. GEPON use WDM technology and it is with 1Gbps bandwidth and up to 20km working distance.

Optical Splitter Work In GEPON Network:

Passive Fiber Optic Splitters For GEPON Network,the Optical Splitter, also named beam splitter, is based on a quartz substrate of integrated waveguide optical power distribution device, the same as coaxial cable transmission system, The optical network system also needs to be an optical signal coupled to the branch distribution, which requires the fiber optic splitter, Is one of the most important passive devices in the optical fiber link, is optical fiber tandem device with many input terminals and many output terminals, Especially applicable to a passive optical network (EPON, GPON, BPON, FTTX, FTTH etc.) to connect the MDF and the terminal equipment and to achieve the branching of the optical signal.

GEPON splitter
based on planar lightwave circuit technology and precision aligning process can divide a single/dual optical input(s) into multiple optical outputs uniformly, and offer superior optical performance, high stability and high reliability to meet various application requirements. Our standard modules with GEPON Splitter have "ABS-type" & "Rack-type". We can also have the customized dimension. If you need the customized service,pls contact us for detail conditions for customization. Our customization includes branding FiberStore or OEM,modifying physical size and appearance and re-designing per customer requirements.

FiberStore provides some kinds of passive optical components,available components include couplers, planar splitters and wavelength division multiplexers (WDMs).We not oly provide the optical components,but also suppply the cheap fiber optic cable.
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Date Submitted Wed. Aug. 7th, 2013 8:54 AM
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Syntax Master claireling
Tags fiber | optical | splitter | transponder
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In optical fiber communications, Transponder Module sends and receives the optical signal from a fiber. A transponder is typically characterized by its data rate and the maximum distance signal travels.

The transponders are of two types namely transmit transponders and receive transponders. The function of transmit transponder is to convert the incoming optical signal into pre-defined optical wavelength. The transponder (transmit) first converts the optical signal to an electrical signal and performs reshaping, retiming and retransmitting functions, also called 3R functions. The electrical signal is then used to drive the laser, which generates the optical signals having optical wavelength. The output from the all transponders (transmits) is fed to combiner in order to
combine all optical channels in optical domain. In receive transponder, reverse process takes place.

Individual wavelengths are first split from the combined optical signal with the help of Fiber Optic Splitter and then fed to individual receive transponders, which convert the optical signal to electrical, thus 3R function and finally convert the signal back to the optical. Thus the individual channels are obtained. As the output of the transponder is factory set to a particular wavelength, each optical channel requires unique transponder.

Often, fiber optic transponders are used for testing interoperability and compatibility. Typical tests and measurements include jitter performance, receiver sensitivity as a function of bit error rate (BER), and transmission performance based on path penalty. Some fiber optic transponders are also used to perform transmitter eye measurements.

The transponder according to the invention utilises delays that are switchable between different optical fiber lines, so as to be able to select many different lengths without the necessity of re-designing the same transponder. Moreover, the transponder according to the invention uses a Single Side Band (SSB) optical component which produces an optical shift of the frequency of the radar signal, that avoids the drawbacks and solves the problems of the traditional electrical systems. The transponder according to the invention is comprised in multifunctional radar systems and allows at least three different uses: the first is the systems calibration on the basis of moving targets that are simulated in the production step,the second one is the performances test of a radar that has already been calibrated in the step of the system acceptance by the client (Field Acceptance Test), and the third one is the support to the identification of possible faults and nonworking partsof the radar, during the operation life of the same radar system. The transponder of the invention comes out to be easily producible and transportable.

An integrated transponder will also be needed: one transponder that couples to 10 individual fibers at a much lower cost than 10 individual transponders. With a super-channel transponder, several wavelengths are used, each with its own laser, modulator and detector. Photonic integration is the challenge to achieve a cost-effective transponder.

The Difference Between Fiber Optic Transponder And Optical Transceiver

A transponder and transceiver are both functionally similar devices that convert a full-duplex electrical signal in a full-duplex optical signal. The difference between the two is that fiber transceivers interface electrically with the host system using a serial interface, whereas transponders use a parallel interface. So transponders are easier to handle lower-rate parallel signals, but are bulkier and consume more power than transceivers.
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Date Submitted Fri. Aug. 2nd, 2013 7:32 AM
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Syntax Master claireling
Tags 5e | cable | Category | fiber | optic | optical | splitter
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Fiber To The X (FTTx) is different from a traditional fiber optic network that would be used for a local area network (LAN) application. In most FTTX applications, only one optical fiber is used. That single optical fiber passes data in both directions. This is very different from a LAN application where the transmit optical fiber sends data in one direction and the receive optical fiber sends data in the other direction. In a LAN application, both optical fibers can have data passing through them at the same time.
In an FTTX single optical fiber application, full-duplex operation is typically not possible; Usually only half-duplex operation takes place. This means that part of the time the optical fiber is carrying a signal in one direction, and the rest of the time, it is carrying a signal in the other direction.
FTTx systems typically use multiple wavelengths. The downstream laser is always a different wavelength than the upstream laser. The downstream is typically the longer wavelength, such as 1480nm or 1550nm (or both), and the upstream laser is typically 1310nm.

FTTX is possible with optical fiber distances up to 20km because optical fiber is capable of transmitting information with a very low level of loss. The typical loss for an FTTX optical fiberat 1550nm is 0.25dB/km and 0.35dB/km at 1310nm.

Figure 1 A schematic illustrating how FTTX architectures vary with regard to the distance between the optical fiber and the end-user
Fiber To the Home
A fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) PON uses optical fiber from the central office to the home; At the home, a converter box changes the optical signal from the optical fiber into electrical signals. Theconverter box interfaces with existing home cabling such as coaxial cabing for cable TV, twisted-pair cabling for telephone, and Category 5e or 6 cabling for Internet connectivity.
Fiber to the Building
A fiber-to-the-building (FTTB) PON is very similar to an FTTH PON. It uses optical fiber from the central office to the building and there are no electronics helping with transmission in between. The ptical signal from optical fiber is converter into electrical signals in a converter box at the building. The converter box interfaces with existing cabling such as coaxial cabling for cable TV, twisted-pair cabling for telephone, and Category 5e or 6 cabling for Internet connectivity.
Fiber optic setups enable higher speeds of delivery and greater bandwidth than some other kinds of infrastructure. Some of the fiber networks deploying signals to the most sophisticated equipment can benefit from a multimode fiber connection, where a specific kind of fiber optic cable may be used for optimal speed.
Fiber to the Curb
"Fiber to the curb" (FTTC) refers to the installation and use of Fiber Optics Cable directly to the curbs near homes or any business environment as a replacement for "plain old telephone service" (POTS). In a fiber-to-the-curb PON, optical fiber runs from the central office and stops at the curb. The "curb" may be right in front of the house or some distance down the block. The converter box is located where the optical fiber stops, and it changes the optical signal from the optical fiber into electrical signals. These electrical signals are usually brought into the home through the existing copper cabling. The electrical signal may need to be processed by another converter in interface with existing twisted pair cabling for phone, and cat 5e or 6 cabling for Internet connectivity.
Fiber to the Node
Fiber to the node (FTTN) is sometimes referred to as fiber to the neighborhood. A FTTN PON only has optical fiber from the central office to the node. The node is typically telecommunications cabinet that serves a neighborhood or section of a neighborhood. The optical signal from the optical fiber is converted into electrical signals inside the telecommunications cabinet. These electrical signals are distributed throughout the neighborhood through existing copper cables to the houses.
One of the main benefits of fiber to the node and similar systems is the ability to deliver data over more efficient fiber optic lines, rather than other lines with greater speed restrictions. The remaining area from the node to an individual destination, often called "last mile" service, can be achieved with copper or other types of wire. FTTN systems often use coaxial or twisted-pair cable in order to achieve delivery to multiple customers.
The Major Outside Plant Components for an FTTX PON
The outside plant components make up the PON infrastructure and are all designed for installation exterior to buildings. The cables connect different access points in the PON. Everything is initiated from the central office or central switching point.
* Cables
There are feeder, distribution, and drop cables are employed in an FTTX PON.
Feeder cables: Feeder cables run from the central switching point to the local convergence point. These cables typically contain multiple ribbons of 12 single mode optical fibers each. A common feeder cable will contain 18 ribbons for a total of 216 single mode optical fibers.
Distribution cable: Distribution cables run from the local convergence point to the network access point. A distribution cable can have as few as 12 optical fibers or as many as 144. A typical distribution cable has 72 optical fibers.

Drop Cables: A drop cable is a single optical fiber cable that is terminated at the factory, typically with SC connectors on both ends. The cable is environmentally sealed and the connectors are sealed when they are mated.

Figure 2 shows sc connector
* Local Convergence Point

The local convergence point (LCP) is the access point where the feeder cables are broken out into multiple distribution cables. Depending on the architecture of the PON, the local convergence point may or may not be the place where the optical signals are split. The optical signals may be split at the network access point with a Fiber Optic Splitter like the one shown in Figure.

Figure 3 shows optical fiber field rated local convergence cabinet

Figure 4 shows optical splitter
* Network Access Point
The network access point (NAP) is located close to the homes or buildings it services. This is the point where a distribution cable is broken out into multiple drop cables. The NAP is a terminal that serves as a connection point for drop cables. The NAP is a terminal that serves as a connection point for drop cables. It may be installed in an aerial installation, in a pedestal, or in a hand hole.
* Network Interface Device
The drop cable runs from the NAP to the network interface device (NID). The NID is typically mounted to the outside of the house or building. It is an all-plastic enclosure designed to housethe electronics that support the network. The SC connector on the end of the drop cable mateswith the connector in the NID.
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Date Submitted Tue. Mar. 12th, 2013 8:39 AM
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Syntax Master claireling
Tags blockles | coupler | FBT | fiber | optic | splitter
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As the optical fiber communication industry recovery and also the growth and development of FTTX, fiber optic coupler splitter market early in the year is originating. Optical divider currently basically has two types: the first is the traditional optical passive components production technology (FBT splitter) output of fused taper fiber divider; Amazing . to make use of a optical technology output of planar optical waveguide branching device (PLC).Fundamentally the two form of fiber splitter share the same spectroscopic principle. Both of them are coupled to each other by changing the optical fiber between the evanescent field (the degree of coupling, the coupling length) in addition to alter the radius with the optical slender to attain different size branching amount.Fiberstore give you the FBT splitter and PLC Splitter.You'll find them inside our store.

FBT splitter:

FBT splitter based about the traditional technology, it is to bundle together several optical fibers, and then pull the cone machine melt stretching, and real-time monitoring the alteration with the ratio, spectral ratio requirements after melt stretching, one side retain just one fiber (all of those other cut) as input, one other end is a multi-channel output. Currently mature pull cone process once only one x 4 below. Greater than 1 x 4 devices, with more than 1 x 2 together. Overall packaging again inside the divider boxes.FBT Coupler is made for power splitting and tapping telecommunication equipment, CATV networks, and test equipment.

As a result of making approach to the FBT Coupler is simple, inexpensive, an easy task to hook up to external fiber in general, and resistance in for-mechanical vibration and temperature changes, and other advantages, it is now the mainstream manufacturing technology in current industry.

PLC Splitter:

PLC Splitter is really a hot research both at home and abroad today, with a decent prospect of application,PLC Splitter (Planar waveguide Circuit optical splitter) are developed using silica glass waveguide circuits and aligned fiber pigtails, integrated in a very miniature package. PLC splitters provide low-cost solution for optical signal distribution, with small form factor and superb reliability. They may be created for FTTx Passive Optical Networks, CWDM, DWDM and optical cable television System. As an example,the blockless plc splitter module is one of PLC Splitter,it uses PLC & Package technology to separate one wavelength into many ports, from 4 approach to 32 way. It's no fan-out block so you can save space and achieve smaller splitter modules.

Advantages:

FBT splitter: Inexpensive, raw materials gotten easily (quartz substrate , stainless steel, fiber, hot dorm, GEL), splitting ratio in line with the needs of real-time monitoring, can make unequal splitting ratio.

PLC Splitter: Loss just isn't responsive to the wavelength with the transmitted , to fulfill the transmission requirements of various wavelength, spectral uniformity, the typical signal assigned to the consumer, compact structure, small volume, low priced more points, the more obvious cost advantage.

Disadvantages:

FBT splitter: Loss sensitive wavelength, the different wavelengths should be chosen different devices, the indegent uniformity, can't ensure uniform spectroscopic, insertion loss changes large with temperature variation is bigger.

PLC Splitter:The device fabrication process complexity, high technical threshold.
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Date Submitted Wed. Mar. 6th, 2013 10:29 AM
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Syntax Master claireling
Tags couplers | FBT | fiber | multimode | optic | splitter
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Relationship between your coupler and splitter:In fact, splitter is called for that purpose of these devices, coulper named for its working principle, splitter might be based coupler, and may even depend about the waveguide or perhaps the separating element, coupler can be achieved either the splitter, but additionally can be carried out WDM, attenuator.

Couplers:

Fiber optic couplers either split optical signals into multiple paths or combine multiple signals on one path. Optical signals will be more complex than electrical signals, making optical couplers trickier to design than their electrical counterparts. Like electrical currents, a flow of signal carriers, in this case photons, comprise the optical signal. However, an optical signal will not flow through the receiver to the floor. Rather, on the receiver, a detector absorbs the signal flow. Multiple receivers, connected in a series, would receive no signal beyond the first receiver which would absorb the complete signal. Thus, multiple parallel optical output ports must divide the signal involving the ports, reducing its magnitude. The number of input and output ports, expressed as a possible N x M configuration, characterizes a coupler. The letter N represents the quantity of input fibers, and M represents the amount of output fibers. Fused couplers can be made in almost any configuration, however they commonly use multiples of two (2 x 2, 4 x 4, 8 x 8, etc.).

Splitter:

Fiber optic splitter can be a device that split the fiber optic light into several parts by a certain ratio. The best couplers are fiber optic splitters. These units possess a minimum of three ports but may have more than 32 for more complex devices.Fiber optic splitters are very important passive components used in FTTX networks. But 2 types of fiber splitters are popular used, one is the traditional fused type fiber optic splitter (FBT splitter), showcasing huge discounts; another is PLC fiber optic splitter, which is lightweight and suit for density applications. Both have its benefits of suit for different requirement.

Fiber optic splitter typical parameter include input and output part cable length, splitting ratio, working wavelength with what kind of fiber optic connectors. The same as fiber patch cable, fiber splitters are usually with 0.9mm, 2mm or 3mm cables. 0.9mm outer diameter cable is mainly used in stainless tube package fiber optic splitters, while 2mm and 3mm cables are generally utilized in box type package fiber splitters. Depending on working wavelength difference you can find single window and dual window fiber optic splitters. There are single mode fiber splitter and multimode fiber splitter. Typical connectors installed on the fiber optic splitters are FC or SC type.

Fiber optic couplers or splitters can be purchased in an array of styles and sizes to separate or combine light with minimal loss. All couplers are designed using a proprietary method that produces reliable, low-cost devices. They're rugged and impervious to common high operating temperatures. Couplers may be fabricated with custom fiber lengths or with terminations of any type. To learn more about Coupler or Splitter, please contact us at sales@fiberstore.com .Fiberstore is the better chioce in fiber splitters.
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Date Submitted Tue. Mar. 5th, 2013 10:06 AM
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Tags Module | multimode | PLC | splitter
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PLC splitter module technology is the most recent in passive, fiber-optic component manufacturing. It uses semiconductor (i.e. integrated circuit) fabrication techniques, to construct compact, fiber-optic devices. This system displaces fused-biconical taper devices for high-count splitters. The resulting devices are smaller plus more robust.

Planar lightwave circuit (PLC) splitter is a kind of optical power management device that's fabricated using silica optical waveguide technology to distribute optical signals from Central Office (CO) to multiple premise locations. It features small size, high reliability, wide operating wavelength range and good channel-to-channel uniformity, and is also widely used in PON networks to realize optical signal power splitting. Fiberstore provides whole group of 1xN and 2xN splitter products that are tailored for specific applications. All products meet GR-1209-CORE and GR-1221-CORE requirements.

Couplers and Splitter:Couplers are usually used where an aggregate of optical power is needed. Therefore, Coupler Module is surely an assembly, which houses coupler components. These elements combine optical power from several inputs.And also the splitter applications tend to be more common. Typically, you can use them for video distribution and data network monitoring. Inputs are divided and delivered to several destinations (e.g. to neighborhoods for CATV). Alternatively, a low-power signal sample is "read-out" with minimal impact, for the link. Therefore, a Splitter Module is surely an assembly, which house splitter components. These components divide optical power to a couple of outputs.

PLC Splitter is based on Planar Lightwave Circuit technology and precision aligning process, can divide a single/dual optical input(s) into multiple optical outputs uniformly and it is denoted 1xN or 2xN. PLC splitter is used in FTTX developments, PON networks, CATV links and optical signal distribution currently. PLC Splitter offers superior optical performance, high stability and high reliability, meets various application requirements in various environments. The high quality performance for example low insertion loss, low PDL, high return loss and ideal uniformity on the wide wavelength range from 1260 nm to 1620 nm, and are employed in temperature from -40to 85.

PLC depending on ion exchange in glass recently been extended to multimode waveguide structures with large core diameter. Monolithic multimode planar waveguides are actually commercially accessible in kind of fiber coupled optical waveguide systems. PLC splitter multimode waveguides are very suited to many different applications, especially where complex optical functionality has to be integrated in the monolithic layout. Thus, compact functional elements with low insertion loss and low wavelength dependant losses could be made for e.g. spectroscopy, medical science, optical power transfer, sensors, data and signal transfer and many others. Through their compact set-up they may be easy to complement lenses, filters and other micro-optical elements.

Fiberstore leader in fiber optic plc splitter, providing a variety of fiber splitter,for example bare PLC splitter,PLC splitter with fan out,blockless plc splitter module and PLC splitter box and so on, to satisfy the needs of a variety Applications of engineering design.
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Date Submitted Mon. Mar. 4th, 2013 9:40 AM
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Syntax Master claireling
Tags 1x2 | coupler | fiber | optic | splitter
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Combined with optical fiber communication, optical fiber sensing optical network technology development, the optical fiber system matures, application fields expanding, and fiber optic system structure is complicated, make all sorts of passive functional device gradually developed, fiber optic coupler splitter is really a kind among them.

Using a fiber optic coupler, the lighting from an input fiber can seem at a number of outputs, Fiber optic coupler is surely an optical fiber device with one or more input fibers then one or several output fibers,Its input and output signals have a good separation effect. Light entering a port fiber can appear at a number of outputs and its particular power distribution potentially based on the wavelength and polarization. So it's popular in circuit applications. Fiber optic coupler can greatly boost the stability laptop or computer when used in digital communication and real-time computer control interface being a signal isolation device.

Fiber optic couplers or splitters are available in a selection of styles and sizes to separate or combine light with minimal loss. All couplers are produced employing a proprietary procedure that produces reliable, low-cost devices. They're rugged and impervious to common high operating temperatures. Couplers can be fabricated with custom fiber lengths and/or with terminations of any type.

If all involved fibers of the fiber coupler are single-mode ,there are certain physical restrictions on the performance with the coupler. as an example, it isn't easy to combine two inputs of the same optical frequency into one single-polarization output without significant excess losses. However, a fiber optic coupler which may combine two inputs at different wavelengths into one output,which can be commonly observed in fiber amplifiers to mix the signal input as well as the pump wave.

Single Window FBT Coupler are equipped for power splitting and tapping in telecommunication equipment, CATV network, and test equiptment. Our single mode optical couplers work at either 1310nm or 1490nm or 1550nm. They are fabricated using single mode fibers. Single Window FBT Coupler have operation bandwidth of 40nm around its central wavelength. For example 1x2 fiber coupler is just one of single-mode fiber couplers.

Don't forget, fiber couplers not merely have single-mode couplers,but also have multimode couplers.Multimode Coupler is fabricated from graded index fibers with core diameters of 50um or 62.5um. Fiber optic multimode couplers are utilized for short distance communications at 1310nm or 850nm. Multimode couplers are produced utilizing a technique or fusion technique. They are available for many common multimode fibers with core diameters from 50m to 1500m.

To find out more about fiber optic coupler splitter, please contact us at sales@fiberstore.com.In Fiberstore,you'll find some fiber optic items that you would like.Buy with confidence.
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Date Submitted Fri. Mar. 1st, 2013 9:49 AM
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Tags coupler | fiber | optic | signal | splitter
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The use of fiber-optic technologies have become increasingly popular for a number of reasons. The fiber optic cable is very sensitive to electromagnetic interference, causing them to be more reliable than the old wiring. They are also able to conduct large amounts of data compared with what old system are designed for. This makes them far better, although the machine also offers some disadvantages. Need thicker the cable covering to protect the cables, they also must install a repeater to improve the signal strength for that system to work, hindered the usage of this technology.

Particular sorts of the fiber-optic splitter are actually capable of working in both direction. Which means in the event the system is installed in one of the ways, it provides a splitter and divides the incoming signal into two parts, sending out two separate outputs. If it's placed in reverse, it provides a fiber coupler, taking two incoming signals and combing them into a single output. Its not all fiber-optic splitter can be used in this way, but those who can are defined as reversible or as coupler/splitters.

Fiber Optic Splitter, also named beam splitter, is dependant on a quartz substrate of integrated waveguide optical power distribution device, just like coaxial cable transmission system, The optical network system also need to be an optical signal coupled to the branch distribution, which necessitates the fiber optic splitter, Is one of the most significant passive devices inside the optical fiber link, is optical fiber tandem device with many input terminals and many output terminals, Especially applicable to a passive optical network (EPON, GPON, BPON, FTTX, FTTH etc.) for connecting the MDF and the terminal equipment also to achieve the branching with the optical signal.A fiber optic signal splitter is really a device that can take an individual fiber optics signal and divides it into multiple signals.

Fiber optic splitter could be terminated with different forms of connectors, the key package could be box type or stainless tube type, you are usually used in combination with 2mm or 3mm outer diameter cable, one other is normally used in combination with 0.9mm outer diameter cables.Fiber Optic Splitter including fiber splitter single mode, multimode, and PM fiber types.Single window fiber optic splitter is to use one working wavelength, dual window fiber optic splitter is with two working wavelength. For multimode fiber, the term signifies that the fiber is optimized for 850 nm and 1310 nm operation. For single-mode fibers, the term signifies that the fiber is optimized for 1310 nm and 1550 nm operation. For single window fiber optic splitter, its working wavelength usually is among the above said wavelength.

Fiberstore is a professional manufacturer and supplier of Fiber Optic Splitter. We supply the Fiber Optic Splitter including PLC Splitter, PLC Splitter w/Fanout, Plastic ABS box PLC Splitter, LGX box PLC Splitter, FBT Coupler and so on.All of our fiber optic products are tested in-house ahead of shipping to guarantee that they can arrive in perfect physical and condition. We guarantee Fiber Optic Splitter to be effective in your system causing all of our Fiber Optic Splitter come with a lifetime advance replacement warranty.Your choice is our motivation.Thanks for visiting fiberstore.com .
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Date Submitted Tue. Nov. 14th, 2006 1:24 PM
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Scripter shachi
Tags File | PHP | splitter
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This function simply splits a file based on the splitter supplied and returns an array with the values. It's pretty much like the file() function. This script could be helpful in section editings.