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Wavelength Division Multiplexing

Wavelength division multiplexing is a technique where optical signals with different wavelengths are combined, transmitted together, and separated again. It is mostly used for optical fiber communications to transmit data in several (or even many) channels with slightly different wavelengths. In this way, the transmission capacities of fiber-optic links can be increased strongly, so that most efficient use is made not only of the fibers themselves but also of the active components such as fiber amplifiers. Apart from telecom, wavelength division multiplexing is also used for, e.g., interrogating multiple fiber-optic sensors within a single fiber.

 

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