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Oclaro Starts Volume Production Of 400G Modulator

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Represents the industry's first single carrier Polarisation Multiplexed Quad Mach-Zehnder modulator in mass production

Oclaro, a provider of optical communications solutions, has announced volume production of its lithium niobate (LiNbO3) Polarisation Multiplexed Quad Mach-Zehnder (PM-QMZ) modulators.

These new modulators enable data rates up to 400G on a single wavelength, allowing customers to quickly and cost effectively transition to faster network architectures for today's growing bandwidth demands, says Oclaro.

The Oclaro single carrier PM-QMZ lithium niobate external modulator is a high electro-optic bandwidth PM-QMZ device that integrates into a hermetic package an input beam splitter, four parallel Mach-Zehnder modulators configured for I-Q modulation, a polarisation combiner, and monitor photodiodes for power and bias control.



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