Fiber-pigtail tunable optical filters from WL Photonics have 0.1–40 nm bandwidth range

April 24, 2015
Fiber-pigtail tunable optical filters are built based on free-space Fourier transform combing with diffraction gratings.

Fiber-pigtail tunable optical filters are built based on free-space Fourier transform combing with diffraction gratings. They provide wavelength filtering such as bandpass, notch, long-pass/short-pass, and bandwidth-adjustable tunable filters covering the 1000–1700
nm wavelength band. Tuning range is up to 200 nm and the bandwidth range is 0.1–40 nm.
WL Photonics
Ottawa, ON, Canada

www.wlphotonics.com

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