Tunable MEMS Devices for Optical Networks

Jill D. Berger and Doug Anthon

Dynamic wavelength provisioning is the greatest benefit associated with the use of tunable lasers and filters in transparent networks. A prerequisite is the availability of tunable devices that meet the rigorous performance requirements of fixed wavelength transceivers—at comparable costs.

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Tunable MEMS Devices for Optical Networks

Jill D. Berger and Doug Anthon

Dynamic wavelength provisioning is the greatest benefit associated with the use of tunable lasers and filters in transparent networks. A prerequisite is the availability of tunable devices that meet the rigorous performance requirements of fixed wavelength transceivers—at comparable costs.

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Publish Date: 01 March 2003


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