EMCORE Awarded Medallion 8100 L-EML™ Transmitter Contract Extension for Multi-Year Project in Europe
EMCORE’s breakthrough L-EML transmitter technology was launched at ANGACOM in 2016 and entered volume production in 2017, successfully achieving wide market acceptance. The Medallion 8100 Series L-EML rackmount transmitters being shipped for this project feature the proprietary, breakthrough optical device innovation that sets L-EML technology apart from competing alternatives. It consists of a high-power, low-noise, narrow linewidth laser combined with a highly-linearized modulator in a monolithic assembly that enables long-distance optical link performance far exceeding that of Distributed Feedback (DFB) laser-based systems.
“This contract extension is a testament to the continuing success of our L-EML transmitters and we are extremely pleased to support this MSO’s network expansion project in Europe,” said
EMCORE will be showcasing its linear fiber optic transmission solutions for high-speed broadband at ANGACOM 2022,
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