Fiber Optic Multiplexer
Fiber optic multiplexer is a device that processes two or more light signals through a single optical fiber, in order to increase the amount of information that can be carried through a network. Light wavelengths are narrow beams that ricochet through reflective optical tubing, sometimes over long distances, to provide instantaneous electronic signal processing at the speed of light. The optical fiber multiplexer serves incumbent and alternative carriers, cellular operators, ISPs, utilities, transportation networks, large enterprises, and small and medium-sized businesses. It is possible to split signals by varying the schedule or period of each transmission.