demultiplexer


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demultiplexer

[dē‚məl·tə‚plek·sər]
(electronics)
A device used to separate two or more signals that were previously combined by a compatible multiplexer and transmitted over a single channel.
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Therefore, the main reason causing that the BER is uneven within each OAM channel is the unevenness of light intensity after using DVG demultiplexer.
Smit, "Extremely small AWG demultiplexer fabricated on InP by using a double-etch process," IEEE Photon.
Originating as a phone company with a cable television (CATV) operation, Chibardun's CLEC operation is leveraging a VDSL- based network architecture with VT.c equipment (the M2 Series encoders and M2-AMX audio demultiplexers) for a cost-effective home entertainment offering.
In order to evaluate theoretically the mode-channel crosstalk of the (de)multiplexer, the transmissions of the present hybrid demultiplexer (see Fig.
The structure of an MMI-AWG demultiplexer is shown in Figure 2.
A new chip technology from Japan satisfies the strong demand for the bandwidth of the communications infrastructure driven by the Internet--that technology is the M69897VP/M69899VP: 1.8V 2.5 Gb/s 16:1 Multiplexer/ 1:16 Demultiplexer on SOI/CMOS.
At the receiving end a demultiplexer divides the beam back into its individual wavelengths.
And T1 E1 Receive Server application within Channelized T3 E3 Analyzer acts as software based Multiplexer- Demultiplexer application capable of channelization of captured T1 E1 signals into 56 independent T1 channels, 42 independent E1 channels in T3 or 32 E1 channels in E3."
Baets, "Planar concave grating demultiplexer fabricated on a nanophotonic silicon-on-insulator platform," IEEE Photon.
In our simulation scheme ODN consists of AWG multiplexer, two optical attenuators (simulates AWG multiplexer and demultiplexer insertion loss for 16 channel DWDM-PON system), optical erbium doped fiber amplifier (EDFA) with fixed output power +12 dBm (equal to 15.85 mW), above mentioned standard single mode fiber (SMF) with variable length and AWG demultiplexer.
SEC is the owner of all rights, title, and interest in the '410 patent, entitled "Apparatus and Method for Controlling a Demultiplexer and a Multiplexer Used for Rate Matching in a Mobile Communication System," which was duly and properly issued by the USPTO on May 23, 2006.