OFS technical paper describes nonzero dispersion fiber (NZDF) for up to 100G applications

OFS technical white paper discusses use of the company's TrueWave nonzero dispersion fiber (NZDF) in up to 100 Gb/s applications.

A new technical white paper from OFS discusses use of the company's TrueWave nonzero dispersion fiber (NZDF) in up to 100 Gb/s applications. Technical analysis contained in the document shows that the TrueWave fiber supports 100 Gb/s coherent systems to at least 1500 km. With its medium chromatic dispersion, extremely low polarization mode dispersion (PMD) and optimized Raman amplification, OFS contends that the fiber is an excellent choice for both current 10 Gb/s applications and future high speed/long haul networks.

Access the white paper here.

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