Fiber

Wave division multiplexing – RCR Wireless News

Wave division multiplexing is a way for service providers to increase the capacity of fiber optic networks without adding new fiber. This is done by combining optical signals of different wavelengths on different channels, transmitting them together on one strand of fiber, and separating them again when they arrive at their destination.

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Categories: Fiber, SCN

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