Increase Fiber Capacity with WDM Infrastructure Segmentation

Did you know you can converge, transport and drop all kinds of voice, video, audio and Ethernet traffic over ONE FIBER PAIR?

The new Patton FiberPlex TD-OADM leverages wavelength multiplexing (WDM) so you can split out (drop/add) separate channels at multiple locations without sacrificing bandwidth.

You can build up to 16 point-to-point data tunnels, carrying different kinds of traffic, over a single fiber pair.

Diverse legacy equipment and modern all-IP solutions can all share the same fiber plant across multiple communication domains.

Datacom, telecom, pro-AV, broadcast, network-protection and IoT disciplines need not to build and maintain individual fiber cable plants for transport.

This shared-infrastructure approach saves money and increases efficiency.

Optical Add Drop Multiplexers
FiberPlex TD-OADM Optical Add/Drop Multiplexer
The FiberPlex TD-OADM is an optical add/drop mux used in wavelength-division multiplexing (WDM) systems for multiplexing and routing different channels of light into or out of a single mode fiber (SMF). A dedicated wavelength is assigned to any kind of voice, video or network traffic.

Each optical channel (light wave) is completely transparent to traffic type, protocol and compression scheme. OADMs are commonly used in point-to-point, linear, ring, star, and mesh topologies for a large variety of applications. This device is ideal for secure networking, including SCIF communications infrastructure.