A solid business model is growing behind fiber-to-the-wherever deployments, and whether installed in agile or passive optical networks, JDSU receivers, pump lasers, and passive components provide the characteristics necessary to make fiber optics in the last mile a practical, cost-effective reality.
JDSU proprietary APD designs, known for their superior reliability, can significantly enhance receiver sensitivity relative to a standard PI photodiode. A front-illuminated device enables ease of assembly with a 53 micron diameter active region. Rugged coaxial fiber pigtail packages provide a choice of connector type, and our ROSAs are designed for multirate applications in 1310/1550 nm windows from 100 Mbps up to 2.5 Gbps in PON transceiver modules.
JDSU uncooled, multimode pump modules simplify next-generation, high-power erbium doped fiber amplifier (EDFA) designs for FTTx applications by eliminating the need for thermoelectric coolers and their control circuitry.
From circulators that monitor signal/pump power in erbium doped fiber amplifiers (EDFAs) to CWDM add/drop modules with low insertion loss, low polarization sensitivity, and high temperature stability, JDSU passive components are typically easily customizable and can be configured based on customer-specific channel plan, packaging type, and connector type.