With PL-300 passive solution combined with any of 100G or Sub-100G transponders, an optical solution can be increased to 96 wavelength transport capability with up to 100GB throughput on each port. This scalable solution allows the users to start small and expand on as-needed-basis, thus also saving significant operating costs and vital resources.
Passive transparent any rate, any service multiplexing
Compliant with all optical networking products (ITU grid)
Extended reach with dispersion compensator module (DCM).
Single wavelength add and drop (OADM) capability
Supports both single and dual fiber operation
PacketLight's passive optical network products, PL-300 family, extend PacketLight’s optical network solution capabilities by providing a wide range of passive optical modules.
The PL-300 provides the needed optical layer functions of 4/8/16/32/40/88/96 DWDM wavelength Multiplexing, 4/8/16 CWDM wavelength Multiplexing.
Optical Dispersion Compensation module (DCM), Optical Add and Drop (OADMs), splitter and combiners. The PL-300 passive optical network products interconnect seamlessly with PacketLight’s transponder, muxponder, amplifier and ROADM product line and third party WDM products to form cost effective high capacity DWDM and CWDM solutions. The PL-300 provides low granularity wavelengths add and drop capabilities and can be used to increase 4/10G, 40G and 100G solution reach. Click here to see the comparison between passive optical networks and active solutions.
Expansion of existing fiber capacity regardless of service type
Building scalable high capacity pay as you grow optical networks
Convergence of existing networks and new services over existing infrastructure
Low cost fully passive optical layer solution, transparent to service rate and type
Extending the fiber optical solution reach with dispersion compensators
Building cost effective add and drop networks
Fully standards based and can integrate with 3rd party solutions
Supports stacking with PacketLight's 100G and Sub-100G product suite
CWDM / DWDM, Multiplexed Transmission Testing, Metro Ethernet, Data Centre Connectivity, GPON (Gigabit Passive Optical Network), Last Mile, Network Infrastructure, Network Core and Edge, OTN (Optical Transport Networking), CWDM (Coarse Wavelength Division Multiplexing), Dark Fiber, DWDM (Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing), Layer-1 Encryption for Optical Networks, Storage Area Networks (SAN), Enterprise Networking, Ethernet and LAN Devices, Fiber Interconnect Components
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