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  • Optical Transceivers

    Finisar Corporation

    Transceivers and Transponders for Datacom and Telecom ApplicationsFinisar's broad product selection and innovative technology have made us the optical module manufacturer of choice for all major networking equipment vendors worldwide. We have taken a leading role in transforming the datacommunications and telecommunications equipment market from utilizing discrete optical components to leveraging the design and pay-as-you-grow flexibility offered by pluggable modules. Our products are fully compliant with Ethernet, Fibre Channel, Infiniband, SONET/SDH/OTN, CPRI and PON standards and operate at data rates in excess of 100 Gb/s. They are capable of distances ranging from very short reach within a data center to campus, access, metro, and long-haul reaches. They feature outstanding performance over extended voltage and temperature ranges, while minimizing jitter, electromagnetic interference (EMI) and power dissipation.

  • Fiber Optic Modem

    FOM100 - Macrodyne, inc.

    The FOM100 is a small, inexpensive fiber optic transmitter/receiver. It features a complete RS-232 port as well as high speed TTL/ RS-422/ RS-423 data transmit and receive. It is capable of data rates from DC to 5M baud. A pair of these units allow most RS-232C cable links to be replaced and extended with a duplex fiber optic cable. The normal 50-foot RS-232 limit may be extended to 1.2 miles (2 km). Fiber optic data communications provide complete EMI / RFI rejection, isolation, elimination of ground loops, and reduced error rates. Data security is enhanced by almost nonexistent electromagnetic emissions. A unique multipoint capability allows local area networks to be formed with the isolation and data security of a fiber optic highway.

  • EM Explorer

    EM Explorer

    EM Explorer is a 3D electromagnetic (EM) solver for scattering problems of periodic structures illuminated by arbitrary incident fields including planewaves, Gaussian beams and focused Hi-NA beams. It can simulate both complex dielectric and complex magnetic materials including left-handed materials (LHM) that have a negative refractive index. EM Explorer is largely based on the same method of Finite Difference Time Domain (FDTD). Therefore it inherits most of FDTD's advantages and disadvantages. The advantages include simple & robust numerical algorithm, versatility for nearly any geometries, and good scalability of computing resources as a function of simulation volume size. The disadvantages are numerical dispersion and stability constraint due to the finite difference (FD) approximation to Maxwell's equations and explicit time marching algorithm.

  • Digital Input and Output Board

    APCI-1564 - TEAM SOLUTIONS, INC.

    32 bit, 33 MHz, PCI interface Input channels 32 isolated digital input channels, 24 V, incl. 16 interruptible and 3 fast counter inputs Input channels organised in 4 groups of 8 channels, each group has its own ground line Voltage reversal protection All inputs are filtered Output channels 32 isolated digital output channels, 10 to 36 V Output current per channel 500 mA Watchdog for resetting the outputs to "0" After power/ON the outputs are reset to 0 Short-circuit current for 16 outputs ~ 3 A Short-circuit current for 32 outputs ~ 6 A Short-circuit current per output ~1.5 A Electronic fuse Overtemperature and overvoltage protection 24 V power outputs with protection diodes and filters Special output capacitors minimise electromagnetic emissions External 24 V supply screened through a protection circuitry Shutdown logic when the external supply voltage drops unter 5 V Safety features Optical isolation 1000 V Creeping distance: 3.2 mm acc. to DIN VDE 0411-100 Protection against fast transients (burst), overvoltage, electrostatic discharge and high-frequency EMI Interrupt triggered through watchdog, counter, timer, error Separate grounds for input and output channels Noise immunity Test level: ESD: 4 kV Fields: 10 V/m Burst: 4 kV Cond. radio interferences: 10