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Where to Buy Fiber-optic Links

Fiber-optic links can transmit data at high rates (many Gbit/s) between two points. Single-mode links can bridge distances of many kilometers, while multimode links are typically used for shorter distances. These links are vital for establishing high-speed, reliable communication networks.

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Before You Buy: Learn About Fiber-optic Links

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Some aspects to consider before buying fiber-optic links: data transmission rate, uni- or bidirectional transmission, compatibility with transmission fibers, digital interface, monitoring features, ease of installation, reliability, durability, device packaging, environmental robustness.

Manufacturers and Other Suppliers for Fiber-optic Links

12 suppliers for fiber-optic links are listed in the RP Photonics Buyer's Guide. Both manufacturers and distributors can be registered.

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Lasers for the Molecular Age

Cycle GmbH

Luruper Hauptstr. 1
22547 Hamburg
Germany
web link www.cyclelasers.com

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The PULSE Timing Distribution System (TDS) enables sub-femtosecond distribution of timing signals to remote locations.

PULSE takes advantage of inherently low noise optical pulse train generated by a mode-locked laser (i.e., optical master oscillator (OMO)) and uses it as its timing signal. The pristine OMO timing signal is transferred through fiber-optic links to multiple end stations where transmission delays are detected with attosecond resolution using Cycle’s patented balanced optical cross-correlators (BOC) and actively compensated. If desired, the OMO can be referenced to an optical clock or a microwave standard.

Cycle’s fully automated WAVE Timing Link precisely distributes and transfers high-quality RF clock signals to remote locations, which can be even tens of kilometers away. The WAVE Timing Link is actively stabilized and compensates any changes of optical path length caused by environmental fluctuations.


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Analog Modules, Inc.

126 Baywood Avenue
Longwood, FL 32750
United States
analogmodules.com
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FluxLight, Inc.

3213 N. MacArthur Blvd, Suite 203
Irving, TX 75062
United States
www.fluxlight.com
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Industrial Fiber Optics, Inc.

1725 West 1st Street
Tempe, AZ 85281–7622
United States

Infinera Corporation

140 Caspian Court
Sunnyvale, CA 94089
United States

Kotura

2630 Corporate Place
Monterey Park, CA 91754
United States
From America:

AEPONYX Inc.

345D Marion St.
Repentigny (Quebec) J5Z 4W8
Canada
Outside America:

Beijing Rofea Optoelectronics Co., Ltd.

No. 3, Jinxing West Rd
Daxing District, Beijing
China
www.bjrofoc.com
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Lasers for the Molecular Age

Cycle GmbH

Luruper Hauptstr. 1
22547 Hamburg
Germany
web link www.cyclelasers.com

E-mail:

The PULSE Timing Distribution System (TDS) enables sub-femtosecond distribution of timing signals to remote locations.

PULSE takes advantage of inherently low noise optical pulse train generated by a mode-locked laser (i.e., optical master oscillator (OMO)) and uses it as its timing signal. The pristine OMO timing signal is transferred through fiber-optic links to multiple end stations where transmission delays are detected with attosecond resolution using Cycle’s patented balanced optical cross-correlators (BOC) and actively compensated. If desired, the OMO can be referenced to an optical clock or a microwave standard.

Cycle’s fully automated WAVE Timing Link precisely distributes and transfers high-quality RF clock signals to remote locations, which can be even tens of kilometers away. The WAVE Timing Link is actively stabilized and compensates any changes of optical path length caused by environmental fluctuations.


Beyond Technology

5E, Industrial Park
Min Zhi district, Long Hua
Shenzhen City, Guangdong province
China

Nanning Xionghua Photonics Technology Co., Ltd.

Room 3–3, No. 17 MingYang Fifth Road
MingYang Industrial Area
Wuxu Town, Nanning City
Guangxi
China
www.xhphotoelectric.com
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TTI Fiber Communication Tech. Co., Ltd.

East 6/F, Building 1
Zhongyuntai Industrial Park
Yingrenshi, Shiyan, Bao’an District
Shenzhen 518108
China

VOSCOM Technologies Co. Ltd.

Huaxing Industry Park A-405
NO.69 Wantang Road
Hangzhou, Zhejiang 310013
China
www.voscom.com
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