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broadband hybrid coupler

When building a broadband hybrid coupler, there are several factors to keep in mind. The Optical Path Length Difference, TMM Method for Modeling Curved Directional Couplers, Beam-Switching Feed Network, and the SWG Directional Coupler are a few examples.


Optical path length difference

The difference in optical channel length between a broadband hybrid coupler and a standard photonic router is not insignificant. In fact, it can be a determining element in the optical signal's performance.

hybrid coupler is a clever gadget that can divide power into equal amounts at many ports. Typically, there is a 70:30 split, which indicates that each port receives 50 percent of the incoming optical power. In addition, it has a low coupling capacitance, which helps to decrease input signal loss.

Its capacity to produce a high signal-to-noise ratio is the most evident advantage of a hybrid coupler. The average channel capacity can be as much as 10 times that of a single route lane by combining the optical power of two signals. To do this, the response time must be maintained within a suitable range. To do this, the RC delay of the switch is considered.

Why choose Hefei Topwave broadband hybrid coupler?

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