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WDM OPTICAL FIBER TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS

@article{Maruhashi1999WDMOF,
  title={WDM OPTICAL FIBER TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS},
  author={D. Maruhashi and Kazuo Yamane and H. Sumiya and Yukino Nagai},
  journal={Fujitsu Scientific \& Technical Journal},
  year={1999},
  volume={35},
  pages={25-33}
}
This paper introduces Fujitsu’s wavelength division multiplexing (WDM) systems and the technologies they incorporate. Two types of systems have been developed; one is for a long-haul network and other is for a metro network. These systems have a highcapacity (maximum 320 Gb/s) and good performance (transmission up to 600 km) and are very compact. They can easily be modified to meet customers’ needs because a common platform is used for all configurations. 
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