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DWDM Topology Design: How to Make it Right?

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Network expansion spurs the demand for faster data transmission and higher capacity over the network. In this case, DWDM emerges as a cost-effective solution to handle these issues, working efficiently to combine multiple wavelengths together and sent them over one … Continue reading

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Hybrid CWDM-DWDM System Boosts Your Network Capacity

Should I choose a medium capacity but more cost-effective CWDM solution, or to adopt the cost-prohibitive DWDM approach with comparably enhanced capacity? This is a problem that consistently faced by WDM technology users. The wrong decision, however, may inevitably lead … Continue reading

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Extending DWDM Network Reach With Raman Amplifier

Raman amplifier is appearing to be a critical technology which is consistently developed for using in optical communication networks. Typically applied in long-haul networks, Raman amplifier is also expected to extend its reach in dense wavelength-division multiplexing (DWDM) networks. This … Continue reading

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How to Use WDM for Fiber Capacity Expansion?

Imagine turning a cottage into a majestic skyscraper without having to deliver any innovation or construction. This is what wavelength division multiplexing (WDM) allows with your existing fiber optic network. The hunger for bandwidth propels service providers to make a … Continue reading

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Erbium Doped Fiber Amplifier Introduction

In an optical communication network, a signal travels through fibers in every large distance without significant attenuation. However, when it comes to the distance up to hundreds of kilometers, to amplify the signal during transit becomes rather essential. In this … Continue reading

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