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Fiber Optics - Filters

Fiber optic filters are electronic devices that are used to selectively filter out specific wavelengths of light in fiber optic networks. They are designed to prevent interference and signal distortion caused by overlapping optical signals and to enable the use of wavelength division multiplexing (WDM) technology.

Fiber optic filters use various technologies to filter out specific wavelengths of light, including:

1. Fiber Bragg gratings: Fiber Bragg gratings are commonly used in fiber optic networks to reflect specific wavelengths of light. They are made by exposing a segment of optical fiber to a high-intensity laser, creating a periodic variation in the refractive index of the fiber.

2. Thin-film filters: Thin-film filters are used to selectively transmit or reflect specific wavelengths of light in a fiber optic network. They are made by depositing a thin layer of a material with a specific refractive index onto an optical substrate.

3. Fabry-Perot interferometers: Fabry-Perot interferometers are used to reflect specific wavelengths of light by using an optical cavity made by two parallel mirrors.

Fiber optic filters come in different configurations and designs, depending on the application and the required performance. They can be integrated into a fiber optic network or mounted in a separate enclosure, depending on the application and the space available.

Fiber Optics - Filters

Available Parts 3

Part RoHS Manufacturer Description Fiber Optic Type
EFP164X104B07A-C by Noritake Itron

EFP164X104B07A-C

Noritake Itron

THIN FILM FILTER;

THIN FILM FILTER

EFP105X067B07A-C by Noritake Itron

EFP105X067B07A-C

Noritake Itron

THIN FILM FILTER;

THIN FILM FILTER

EFP127X098B07A-C by Noritake Itron

EFP127X098B07A-C

Noritake Itron

THIN FILM FILTER;

THIN FILM FILTER