Presentation 2003/5/22
The measurement of optical communication devise using Optical oscilloscope
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Abstract(in English) With the popularization of Internet, transmission speed of optical system, constructing telecommunication network, is being developed dramatically these years. In backbone of optical communication system the transmission speed is getting faster and shifted to 10Gbit/s from 1Gbit/s. And also local area network in company or public offices has speeding up of transmission speed and is being shifted to 100Mbit/s, or more to 1Gbit/s from 10Mbit/s using optical technology these days. Following the development of optical communication circumstances, it is getting important to evaluate optical components with higher accuracy, such as LD, optical switch, optical fiber and so on, those what used for high speed optical communication. Hereafter, Tera-bit optical oscilloscope and DMD measurement system, designed for measurement ands characterization of optical devices and optical fiber with high accuracy, are introduced.
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Keyword(in English) optical communication / DWDM / WDW / LD / DMD / optical switch / optical fiber
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Title (in English) The measurement of optical communication devise using Optical oscilloscope
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Keyword(1) optical communication
Keyword(2) DWDM
Keyword(3) WDW
Keyword(4) LD
Keyword(5) DMD
Keyword(6) optical switch
Keyword(7) optical fiber
1st Author's Name KAZUTAKA SUZUKI
1st Author's Affiliation Hamamatsu Photonics K.K.()
Date 2003/5/22
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Volume (vol) vol.103
Number (no) 90
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 4
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