The fiber splitter allows the signal on the fiber to be distributed between two or more fibers. Because separators do not contain electronic components and do not require power, they are an indispensable component that is widely used in most fiber networks.
The fiber PLC separator, based on a unique quartz glass waveguide process, has a reliable, precision-aligned fiber pigtail micro package that provides a low cost, small size, high reliability light distribution solution.
The fiber PLC splitter is an integral part of the PON system. In the PON system, the PLC splitter is used to assign or combine optical signals. Widely used in FTTx, the value of the separator technology lies in its wider operating wavelength (the PLC splitter can operate at wavelengths of 1260-1650nm, while the FBT can typically operate at three different operating wavelengths). PLC splitter with low insertion loss, low polarization-dependent loss (PDL) and other high-quality performance to meet the different wavelengths of transmission requirements, spectral uniformity, assigned to the user's average signal, compact and small size, it is a lot of network solutions An important part of the program.
The fiber PLC splitter is used to distribute or combine optical signals based on planar optical wave technology and to provide low cost light distribution solutions with small size and high reliability. It does not contain electronic equipment and does not use power. They are passive components that are placed in passive optical networks. It is not sensitive to the transmission wavelength wear, to meet the needs of different wavelengths of transmission.
The Fiber PLC Splitter is ideal for a variety of applications, especially when complex optical functions need to be integrated in a monolithic layout. Thus, compact functional elements with low insertion loss and low wavelength-dependent losses can be designed. Spectroscopy, medical science, optical power transmission, sensors, data and signal transmission, and so on. Through their compact settings, they can be easily combined with lenses, filters and other micro-optics. To meet the needs of a variety of engineering design.