ApplicationsOptical communicationsR&D and manufacturing


Chromatic Dispersion Emulators are useful tools which are offered in two different plug-and-play version perfectly suited for labs and manufacturing environments. The first version is completely passive and is designed to emulate the dispersion of thousands of kilometers of transmission fiber in order to test the dispersion tolerance of coherent detection solutions. The second version is tunable and offers flexibility and precision to the one who needs to accurately emulate or compensate dispersion on any channel regardless of the channel plan.

On the laser side, a very-low-noise and narrow-linewidth tunable laser source in the C-band is offered. This semiconductor-based laser instrument was designed for R&D Labs developing coherent optical networks using advanced modulation formats beyond 100 Gb/s.

Finally, the TFC is a narrowband optical filter offering wavelength tunability over the entire C-band with an outstanding channel isolation. These features are required for applications such as signal tracking, sub-band filtering or noise suppression.


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  1. Silicon Photonics-Based Laser System for High Performance Fiber Sensing - 4562 Kb

    S. Ayotte*, D. Faucher, A. Babin, F. Costin, C. Latrasse, M. Poulin, É. G. Deschenes, F. Pelletier, M. Laliberte

    24th International Conference on Optical Fibre Sensors 2015 SPIE - Contributed Paper, September 2015

  2. Efficient Writing of Bragg Gratings Through the Coating of Various Optical Fibers·- 307 Kb

    M. Bernier(1), F. Trépanier(2), J. Carrier(1),(2) and R. Vallée(1), (1) Center for Optics, Photonics and Lasers (COPL), Laval University (2) TeraXion

    Advanced Photonics - OSA 2014

  3. High-End FBG Design and Manufacturing for Industrial Lasers, Sensing and Telecommunications·- 319 Kb

    F. Trépanier, G. Brochu, M. Morin, A. Mailloux

    Advanced Photonics - OSA 2014

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  1. Chromatic Dispersion Emulator - 5000 km in a 1U 19-inch rack mount - 571.81 Kb - November 2013

    Benoit Maheux-L.

  2. Narrow-linewidth semiconductor laser - One technique does not fit all - 709.11 Kb - September 2011

    Nicholas Gagnon

  3. Chromatic Dispersion Emulator - 5000 km in a 1U 19-inch rack mount - 571.81 Kb - November 2013

    Benoit Maheux-L.