Optical Amplifier Series

  • Rof Electro-optic modulator optical amplification SOA butterfly semiconductor optical amplifier

    Rof Electro-optic modulator optical amplification SOA butterfly semiconductor optical amplifier

    Rof-SOA butterfly semiconductor optical amplifier (SOA) is mainly used for 1550nm wavelength optical amplification, using sealed inorganic butterfly device packaging technology, the whole process of domestic autonomous control, with high gain, low power consumption, low polarization related loss, high extinction ratio and other characteristics, support temperature monitoring and TEC thermoelectric control, to ensure the stability of the whole temperature.

  • Rof Electro-optic modulator EDFA Optical Amplifier Ytterbium-Doped Fiber Amplifier YDFA Amplifier

    Rof Electro-optic modulator EDFA Optical Amplifier Ytterbium-Doped Fiber Amplifier YDFA Amplifier

    An optical amplifier is a device which receives some input signal light and generates an output signal with higher optical power. Typically, inputs and outputs are laser beams (very rarely other types of light beams), either propagating as Gaussian beams in free space or in a fiber. The amplification occurs in a so-called gain medium, which has to be “pumped” (i.e., provided with energy) from an external source. Most optical amplifiers are either optically or electrically pumped.
    Different kinds of amplifiers differ very much e.g. in terms of saturation properties. For example, rare-earth-doped laser gain media can store substantial amounts of energy, whereas optical parametric amplifiers provide amplification only as long as the pump beam is present. As another example, semiconductor optical amplifiers store much less energy than fiber amplifiers, and this has important implications for optical fiber communications.

  • ROF-EDFA-P Ordinary power output fiber amplifier Optical Amplifier

    ROF-EDFA-P Ordinary power output fiber amplifier Optical Amplifier

    Rofea Optoelectronics independently developed Rof-EDFA series products are specially designed for the laboratory and factory test environment of optical fiber power amplification equipment, internal integration of high-performance pumping laser, high-gain erbium-doped fiber, and unique control and protection circuit, to achieve low noise, high stability output, AGC, ACC, APC three working modes can be selected. It is widely used in optical fiber sensing and optical fiber communication. The benchtop fiber amplifier has LCD display, power and mode adjustment knobs for easy operation, and provides an RS232 interface for remote control. Module products have the characteristics of small size, low power consumption, easy integration, programmable control and so on.

  • ROF-EDFA-B Preventive fiber amplifier Optical Amplifier

    ROF-EDFA-B Preventive fiber amplifier Optical Amplifier

    Rofea Optoelectronics independently developed Rof-EDFA series products are specially designed for the laboratory and factory test environment of optical fiber power amplification equipment, internal integration of high-performance pumping laser, high-gain erbium-doped fiber, and unique control and protection circuit, to achieve low noise, high stability output, AGC, ACC, APC three working modes can be selected. It is widely used in optical fiber sensing and optical fiber communication. The benchtop fiber amplifier has LCD display, power and mode adjustment knobs for easy operation, and provides an RS232 interface for remote control. Module products have the characteristics of small size, low power consumption, easy integration, programmable control and so on.

  • Rof-EDFA-HP High power output fiber amplifier Optical Amplifier

    Rof-EDFA-HP High power output fiber amplifier Optical Amplifier

    Rofea Optoelectronics independently developed Rof-EDFA series products are specially designed for the laboratory and factory test environment of optical fiber power amplification equipment, internal integration of high-performance pumping laser, high-gain erbium-doped fiber, and unique control and protection circuit, to achieve low noise, high stability output, AGC, ACC, APC three working modes can be selected. It is widely used in optical fiber sensing and optical fiber communication. The benchtop fiber amplifier has LCD display, power and mode adjustment knobs for easy operation, and provides an RS232 interface for remote control. Module products have the characteristics of small size, low power consumption, easy integration, programmable control and so on.

  • Rof Electro-optic modulator EDFA Optical Amplifier Erbium Doped Fiber Amplifier YDFA Amplifier

    Rof Electro-optic modulator EDFA Optical Amplifier Erbium Doped Fiber Amplifier YDFA Amplifier

    An optical amplifier is a device which receives some input signal light and generates an output signal with higher optical power. Typically, inputs and outputs are laser beams (very rarely other types of light beams), either propagating as Gaussian beams in free space or in a fiber. The amplification occurs in a so-called gain medium, which has to be “pumped” (i.e., provided with energy) from an external source. Most optical amplifiers are either optically or electrically pumped.
    Different kinds of amplifiers differ very much e.g. in terms of saturation properties. For example, rare-earth-doped laser gain media can store substantial amounts of energy, whereas optical parametric amplifiers provide amplification only as long as the pump beam is present. As another example, semiconductor optical amplifiers store much less energy than fiber amplifiers, and this has important implications for optical fiber communications.