Microwave Photonic Systems, Inc. Datasheets for Fiber Optic Attenuators

Fiber optic attenuators are devices that reduce signal power in fiber optic links by inducing a fixed or variable loss. They are used to control the power level of optical signals at the outputs of light sources and electrical-to-optical (E/O) converters. They are also used to test the linearity and dynamic range of photo sensors and photo detectors.
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Product Name Notes
Singlemode Inline Optical Attenuator -- MPS-2100 The MPS-2100 Singlemode In-line Optical Attenuator is a "fixed value" attenuator that is integrated into a standard fiber optic jumper cable. MPS-2100 Singlemode In-line Optical Attenuators utilize Corning fiber and...
Multimode Inline Optical Attenuator -- MPS-2150 The MPS-2150 Multimode In-line Optical Attenuator is a "fixed value" attenuator that is integrated into a standard fiber optic jumper cable. MPS-2150 Multimode In-line Optical Attenuators utilize Corning fiber and...
Multimode Variable Optical Attenuator -- MPS-2550 The MPS-2550 Multimode Variable Optical Attenuator (VOA) is an adjustable Air-Gap style attenuator that is used in conjunction with standard jumper cables.
Singlemode Variable Optical Attenuator -- MPS-2500 The use of the MPS-2500 Singlemode Variable Optical Attenuator (VOA) is critical whenever optical system loss budgets need to be varied to compensate for wavelength dependant losses, perform bit error...