Super-fast, Auto Gain Controlled; Fiber Pigtail 9/125 µm; 1529.16-1558.58 nm; Input Power -19--11 dBm; Output Power 5-13 dBm
OZ Optics’ super-fast Erbium-doped fiber amplifier module EDFA-11-9/125 was developed to address fast transient conditions with sub-μs suppression time. In a WDM transmission line, the addition or removal of channels may cause a transient, to which the EDFA must respond. In response to a sudden change of input power, an EDFA will exhibit transient response, i.e. overshoot or undershoot in its output signal. With a typical EDFA, this transient response can last on the order of 100 μs.
OZ Optics’ super-fast Erbium-doped fiber amplifier module EDFA-11-9/125 features a typical transient suppression time of 50 ns and is designed to be used in the traditional C-band. During operation, the signal wavelengths must be confined to a 3.2 nm region for each optical amplifier, although the band may be anywhere within the C-band. The unit can work with up to four channels.
Due to the nature of the narrowband operation, the transient suppression of the super-fast EDFA module is greatly improved, compared to a traditional EDFA.
Super-fast, Auto Gain Controlled
Operation Wavelength: 1529.16 nm to 1558.58 nm
Input Power per Channel: -19 dBm to -11 dBm
Output Power per Channel: 5 dBm to 13 dBm
Sub-μs Transient Suppression Time: 50 ns Typ.
Transient Undershoot/Overshoot: ≤±0.3 dB
Auto Gain Control Over Wavelength and Signal Amplitude
Low Noise: 5.5 dB
Fixed 24 dB Gain, Independent of Wavelength and Signal Power
Gain Flatness Within 3.2 nm Band (Relative to 24 dB): ±0.3 dB