Corning Optical Communications Datasheets for Wavelength Division Multiplexers (WDM)

Wavelength division multiplexers (WDM) are devices that combine light signals with different wavelengths, coming from different fibers, onto a single fiber. They include dense wavelength division multiplexers (DWDM), devices that use optical (analog) multiplexing techniques to increase the carrying capacity of fiber networks beyond levels that can be accomplished via time division multiplexing (TDM).
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Product Name Notes
Corning’s coarse wavelength division multiplexers (CWDMs) are integrated optical modules that mux or demux multiple optical signals of different wavelengths in a single fiber. Our CWDM products separate wavelength into...
Corning’s compact coarse wavelength division multiplexers (CCWDMs) are integrated optical modules using Corning’s free-space optical platform. In a package less than one-fourth the size of conventional CWDM modules, these CCWDMs...
Corning’s dense wavelength division multiplexers (DWDMs) are integrated optical modules that combine, or multiplex, and separate, or demultiplex multiple optical signals of different wavelengths in a single fiber. By utilizing...