DenseLight Passes Telcordia Tests

Jan. 22, 2004
Singapore, January 22, 2004. DenseLight Semiconductors' superluminescent LEDs (SLEDs) have passed Telcordia's GR-468-CORE Requirements. The company has completed the vigorous 7-month testing process that includes mechanical, endurance, 5000-hour accelerated-ageing and ripple-ageing tests. The results validate the inherent reliability of DenseLight's SLEDs, which are then packaged in industrially established form-factors.

Singapore, January 22, 2004. DenseLight Semiconductors' superluminescent LEDs (SLEDs) have passed Telcordia's GR-468-CORE Requirements. The company has completed the vigorous 7-month testing process that includes mechanical, endurance, 5000-hour accelerated-ageing and ripple-ageing tests. The results validate the inherent reliability of DenseLight's SLEDs, which are then packaged in industrially established form-factors.

DenseLight has been an innovator of SLEDs and is committed to supply customers with leading-edge optical products. DenseLight's SLEDs benefit from the highest E/O efficiency in the industry. They need relatively lower operating current per mW, than other manufacturers, to generate the same optical output power (high wall-plug efficiency). High polarization-extinction-ratios (PER) are available, as well as soon to follow low degree-of-polarization (DOP) options.

Already addressing a broad spectrum of industries, DenseLight widens its application space further in the 14xx nm region, by rolling out the 1400 nm DL-CS40H2A (min. 15 mW and 35 nm bandwidth), and the 1480 nm DL-CS48H5A (typ. 20 mW, and 50 nm bandwidth). Also, for optical coherence tomography (OCT) the new 1310 nm DL-CS3184A is ideal (typ. 20 mW, 45 nm wide bandwidth). Finally, the new high-power 1550 nm DL-CS5254A, delivers about 30 mW with a 45 nm bandwidth, enabling applications to achieve a competitive edge when power and coherence noise are vital.

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