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  • TUNICS T100S-HP/CL

    Our new laser provides an output power of at least 10 dBm over the whole tuning range from 1500 nm to 1630 nm. Its SSSER is higher than 90 dB.

  • OSA20: fast, accurate and easy to use

    Spectral range of 1250-1700 nm with scan speed up to 2000 nm/s, wavelength resolution bandwidth of 20 pm and wavelength accuracy of ±20 pm.

  • Wide Band Tunable Filter

    The Wide option increases the maximum bandwidth to 5 nm (625 GHz) on the 1525 to 1610 nm wavelength range. Available on XTM-50 and XTA-50.

Optical Spectrum Analyzer

Optical Spectrum Analyzer

The OSA20 is a diffraction-grating based instrument that operates from 1250 to 1700 nm. It is the first instrument of its type to use a touch sensitive display with multi-touch gesture control. The instrument has been designed for both R&D and production environments. Rapid scans of up to 2000 nm/s combine with a 20 pm wavelength resolution bandwidth, high performance monochromator and sampling every 2 pm to achieve very fast, ultra-precise spectral measurements.

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Tunable Lasers

Tunable Lasers

The TUNICS series provides high performance tunable lasers in the range from 1240 to 1680 nm. Thanks to Yenista’s unique patented T100 technology, lasers combine high output power with ultra-low SSE. The T100R and T100S models are mode-hop free and can be used in sweeping as well as stepping operation. The TUNICS T100S-HP range features 6 high-power tunable lasers offering a minimum of 8 dBm output power. Together with the CT400, the TUNICS lasers are the perfect solution for fast testing of passive components.

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Tunable Filters

Tunable Filters

Yenista proposes the most advanced tunable filters available on the market. The XT filters are the reference tool for precise filtering of a channel or even a subdivision of a channel thanks to their adjustable bandwidth in combination with steep edges. Versions are available covering all the key telecom wavelength from 1260 nm to 1650 nm and bandwidths from 32 pm (4 GHz) to 5 nm. All filters have low insertion loss and polarization dependent loss.

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