MA, September 8, 2003
- Boston Applied
Technologies Incorporated (BATI), a leading developer of light
intensity and polarization management products, today announced
the introduction of Equinox Variable Gain Tilt Filters
(VGTF) for EDFAs and for dynamic gain tilt adjustment in DWDM
systems. Based on the recent breakthrough in OptoCeramicmaterials,
Equinox VGTF enables dynamically flattening or tilting
the broadband signal in a real-time fashion. This device contains
no moving parts and offers high speed, low insertion loss,
low polarization dependent loss (PDL), and wide dynamic range.
BATI's advanced micro-optical design also enables the integration
of the static gain flattening filter (GFF) and other components
into one compact and robust package for space and cost savings
and performance enhancement.
adding the Equinox gain control series to the products
portfolio, BATI is in a strong position to provide our customers
a complete solution on the management of light intensity,
polarization, and gain profile.