Fiber Optic Switches, Multiplexers, Demultiplexers

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AWAP07021
SWITCH OPTICAL SC 1X2 1310NM
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SC/AdPC
Multimode Bypass Switch
AWAP15026
SWITCH OPTICAL SC 2X2 850/1310NM
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SC/AdPC
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AWAP14026
SWITCH OPTICAL SC 2X2 1310NM
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AWAP13029
SWITCH OPTICAL SC 2X2 850NM
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AWAP13026
SWITCH OPTICAL SC 2X2 850NM
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SC/AdPC
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AWAP11036
SWITCH OPTICAL MU 2X2 1550NM
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MU/AdPC
2 x 2 Switch
AWAP10039
SWITCH OPTICAL MU 2X2 1310NM
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MU/AdPC
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AWAP10036
SWITCH OPTICAL MU 2X2 1310NM
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MU/AdPC
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AWAP12026
SWITCH OPTIC SC 2X2 1310/1550NM
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SC/AdPC
2 x 2 Switch
AWAP11021
SWITCH OPTICAL SC 2X2 1550NM
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SC/AdPC
2 x 2 Switch
JP-EDFA-PA-1522
EDFA-PRE FGA 1522 FOR GPP
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AWAP05021
SWITCH OPTICAL SC 1X2 850/1310NM
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SC/AdPC
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AWAP04021
SWITCH OPTICAL SC 1X2 1310NM
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SC/AdPC
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AWAP02031
SWITCH OPTIC MU 1X2 1310/1550NM
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MU/AdPC
1:2 SPDT Switch
AWAP00039
SWITCH OPTICAL MU 1X2 1310NM
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MU/AdPC
1:2 SPDT Switch
AWAP02026
SWITCH OPTIC SC 1X2 1310/1550NM
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SC/AdPC
1:2 SPDT Switch
AWAP01029
SWITCH OPTICAL SC 1X2 1550NM
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SC/AdPC
1:2 SPDT Switch
AWAP00029
SWITCH OPTICAL SC 1X2 1310NM
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SC/AdPC
1:2 SPDT Switch
AWAP00021
SWITCH OPTICAL SC 1X2 1310NM
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SC/AdPC
1:2 SPDT Switch
JP-EDFA-PA-1722
EDFA-PRE FGA 1722 FOR GPP
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Preamplifier

Fiber Optic Switches, Multiplexers, Demultiplexers

Fiber optic switches, multiplexers, and demultiplexers play crucial roles in the efficient routing and management of optical signals within a fiber optic network. These devices enable the blocking, passing, or routing of optical signals, depending on their specific functionality. Fiber optic switches act as gatekeepers, allowing or blocking the transmission of optical signals. They can be configured to block or pass signals on individual channels or multiple channels simultaneously, depending on the network requirements. By selectively controlling the flow of optical signals, fiber optic switches provide flexibility and control in managing network traffic and ensuring optimal signal transmission. Multiplexers, on the other hand, facilitate the consolidation of multiple channels onto a single fiber optic cable. They combine the individual signals from different sources and route them onto a single channel, effectively maximizing the capacity and efficiency of the fiber optic infrastructure. Multiplexers are commonly used in applications where multiple signals need to be transmitted over a limited number of fibers, such as in dense wavelength division multiplexing (DWDM) systems. Demultiplexers, as the name suggests, perform the opposite function of multiplexers. They receive an optical signal that contains multiple channels and separate or demultiplex it into individual channels. Each channel is then routed to its respective fiber optic cable, allowing for the distribution or routing of a single channel to multiple destinations. Demultiplexers are commonly used in scenarios where the received signal needs to be distributed to multiple receivers or devices. By utilizing fiber optic switches, multiplexers, and demultiplexers, network operators can efficiently manage and control the flow of optical signals within the fiber optic infrastructure. These devices enable the optimization of network resources, enhance signal integrity, and ensure reliable and efficient transmission of data across the network.