Bandwidth requirements for modern communication infrastructures are accelerating the trend of implementing more and more fiber optic solutions in mobile and stationary networks. Our fiber optic range includes products that are required to build a fiber optical transmission path. These paths are used in all places where data or optical power are meant to be transmitted.
Our product portfolio includes components for private and public networks as well as ones for industrial applications. The focus is on customized solutions and products for use in local area networks (LAN), wide area networks (WAN), in-house and hybrid cabling, and fiber management systems. More specifically, we offer active and passive components, various fibers, different cables, patch cords, and pigtails as well as cable management systems.
GigaLight has three product lines, the optical active transceiver, passive components and optical connectivity products.
The FBG-based optical sensors offer an alternative to conventional electrical sensors
The VDL-002 is a miniaturized variable optical delay line designed specifically for OEM applications. With a delay range of up to 250 ps, this device is a superior replacement for the variable RF phase shifters inadequately adapted from the RF/wireless field for fiber optic communications.
The polarization maintaining filter coupler can either split the light from an input PM fiber between 2 output PM fibers, or can combine light signals from 2 PM input fibers into a single PM output fiber.
General Photonics’ motorized variable optical delay line provides low cost, precision optical path length adjustment and delay scanning functionality. This addition to the MDL product line is specifically designed for OEM applications that require continuous scanning capability and a small footprint.
The FST-001-B is a piezo-driven fiber stretcher with a long optical delay range of up to 3 mm. The device comes complete with a piezo driver packaged in a user-friendly small enclosure.
GPCs’ 2nd generation all fiber phase shifter/modulator provides phase shifts up to 65π with a much lower half-wave voltage (~2 volts as compared with 10-20 volts for the 1st generation phase shifter) at frequencies from DC to 20 kHz