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Last $17.98 USD
Change Today +0.60 / 3.45%
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275 Gibraltar Drive

Sunnyvale, CA 94089

United States

Phone: 408-736-6900

Fax: 408-736-4882

Alliance Fiber Optic Products, Inc. designs, manufactures, and markets a range of high-performance fiber optic components, and integrated modules incorporating these components, for communications equipment manufacturers and service providers. The company offers a range of products, including interconnect devices that are used to connect optical fibers and components, couplers and splitters that are used to divide and combine optical power, and dense wavelength division multiplexing (WDM) (DWDM) devices that separate and combine multiple specific wavelengths. The company’s customers deploy its products in long-haul networks that connect cities, metropolitan networks that connect areas within cities, last mile access networks that connect to individual businesses and homes, and enterprise networks within businesses. Products The company’s lines of optical products support the needs of current and next generation optical network systems applications. The company’s connectivity product family provides a line of optical interconnect devices, couplers and splitters, PLC (planar lightwave circuits) and related optical products, as well as customized integrated modules incorporating these devices. The company’s optical passive products include WDM, CWDM (coarse wavelength division multiplexer), and DWDM components and modules that utilize thin film filter technologies to separate optical signals, variable attenuators, optical switches and other optical devices utilizing micro optic lensing technology, including integrated electro-optical modules incorporating these products. Connectivity Products: The company’s connectivity platform provides fundamental component support for these applications, as well as standard and custom value added integrated solutions that address the need for higher functionality and modularity. Connectivity Modules: The company designs and packages its various components to provide integrated connectivity modules for its customers. Optical Connectors, Adapters, and Cable Assemblies: Optical connectors and adapters are precision devices that connect fibers together. Optical cable assemblies are used to bridge relatively short distances with optical paths. The company offers a range of industry standard connection products that support a range of fiber and fiber cable types. The company engages in providing its customers with high performance custom cable assemblies to serve in conjunction with its optical interconnection solutions at all interface points in the optical communications network. Fused and Planar Fiber Optical Splitters and Couplers: Fused and planar fiber optical splitters and couplers are branching devices that are used to split optical power from a single fiber, or set of fibers, into a different set of fibers. They are used to distribute optical signals to multiple locations for processing. Optical Tap Couplers and Ultra Low Polarization Dependent Loss Tap Couplers: Optical tap couplers are fused fiber branching devices that split off a portion of light to allow for optical monitoring and feedback. These devices are used in fiber amplifier power control. They are also utilized in transmission equipment for performance monitoring and control. Amplifier WDM Couplers: Amplifier WDM couplers are used with specialized fibers to combine or separate specific wavelengths of light associated with standard telecommunications optical amplifier requirements. The company’s amplifier WDM couplers are stable low power loss components with high power handling capability. Optical Fixed Attenuators: Optical fixed attenuators diminish the optical power within a given optical path without interference or reduction in optical signal quality. The company utilizes attenuating fiber that reduces power while preserving performance characteristics, including optical signal quality and reliability. Fused Fiber WDM Couplers: Fused fiber WDM couplers are used to combine and separate optical signals transmitted on different wavelengths. Fiber Array Units (FAUs): FAUS are used to precisely attach multiple fibers to Planar Waveguide Circuit devices, including PLC AWGs, VMUX, and PLC b


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