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DWDM Expansion over CWDM

August 17, 2018 Tom Jeffers, PMP

With 18 total wavelengths available, CWDM is popular and a good start for most customers due to its relatively low cost and high increase in capacity versus a single data stream. However, as bandwidth demands increase, it becomes necessary for those same customers to add additional capacity. DWDM allows you to add this additional capacity without replacing your existing CWDM infrastructure and with minimal—if any—service interruption.

About the Author

Tom Jeffers, PMP

Tom Jeffers is a Product Manager for AFL’s Cable and Connectivity division. Tom has 18 years of industry experience managing and developing fiber optic products for the enterprise, telecom, military, and aerospace markets. His experience includes product management, project management, new product development, R&D, manufacturing engineering, and testing.

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