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  • Gain Flattening

    Gain Flattening Filters (GFFs), also known as gain equalizing filters, are used to flatten or smooth out unequal signal intensities over a number of specified channels in the C-, L- and U-Bands. This unequal signal intensity usually occurs after an amplification stage (e.g., EDFA and/or Raman). Typically, GFFs are used in conjunction with gain amplifiers to ensure that the amplified channels all have the same optical gain. GFFs are characterized by their “peak-to-peak error function” (PPEF) which is a measure of how close the GFF transmittance is to the desired target curve. Iridian manufactures GFFs with extremely low PPEF for even the most challenging requirements.

    Iridian’s proprietary design and deposition technologies result in GFFs that outperform traditional gain flattening filters. Iridian’s GFFs are varying in complexity from simple parabolic shapes to very difficult shapes possessing high modulation depths and steep slopes.

    In addition, Iridian also supplies Hybrid-GFFs that can perform additional optical functions. For example, it can block the pump laser providing the optical amplification removing the need for an additional pump wavelength blocking filter. As well, hybrid-GFFs can be designed to pass or block other wavelengths in the 900 to 1700 nm wavelength band.

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    GraphWavelength Range [nm]Product
    Hybrid GFF with Extended Pass Band1460 - 1620Hybrid GFF with Extended Pass Band
    GFF C-BandC-BandGFF C-Band
    Hybrid GFF with Laser BlockingC-BandHybrid GFF with Laser Blocking
    GFF L-BandL-BandGFF L-Band

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