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Optical component holder having alignment feature for forming press-fit and an optical subassembly using same

An optical component holder having a base portion with a chamfered (or step) portion is disclosed herein that allows a technician to position and partially insert the same within an associated opening using a relatively minor amount of force. The chamfered portion of the base portion operates, in a general sense, as a guide that ensures proper alignment of the optical component holder and allows the same to travel a predetermined distance within the opening before being blocked from further travel by “bottoming” out when the wider portion of the base is at the edge of the associated opening. ... Applied Optoelectronics Inc

Coaxial transmitter optical subassembly (tosa) with cuboid type to laser package and optical transceiver including same

A coaxial transmitter optical subassembly (tosa) including a cuboid type to laser package may be used in an optical transceiver for transmitting an optical signal at a channel wavelength. The cuboid type to laser package is made of a thermally conductive material and has substantially flat outer surfaces that may be thermally coupled to substantially flat outer surfaces on a transceiver housing and/or on other cuboid type to laser packages. ... Applied Optoelectronics Inc

Catv network device energy reduction by providing amplifier control in response to channel loading

Energy reduction in a catv network device, such as an optical node, in a catv network may be accomplished using a system and method for controlling an amplifier in response to channel loading. The system and method detects a channel loading condition for a catv rf signal including a plurality of utilized channels across a channel spectrum defining a plurality of potential channels. ... Applied Optoelectronics Inc

Heat transfer assembly providing heat transfer from a module mounted on a circuit board through the circuit board

A heat transfer assembly may be used to provide a thermal conduit from a module mounted on a circuit board through the circuit board, allowing a thermal path away from the module. The heat transfer assembly generally includes a thermally conductive base with at least one raised thermal pedestal accessible through at least one heat transfer aperture in the circuit board and in thermal contact with the module. ... Applied Optoelectronics Inc

Techniques for reducing electrical interconnection losses between a transmitter optical subassembly (tosa) and associated driver circuitry and an optical transceiver system using the same

Techniques are disclosed for providing relatively short distances between multi-channel transmitter optical subassemblies (tosas) and associated transmit connecting circuit in order to reduce losses due to signal propagation delays, also sometimes referred to as signal flight time delays. In an embodiment, a tosa includes a plurality of laser assemblies disposed along a same sidewall of the tosa along a longitudinal axis. ... Applied Optoelectronics Inc

Optical component assembly with a vertical mounting structure for multi-angle light path alignment and an optical subassembly using the same

In an embodiment, an optical component assembly is disclosed and is configured to be at least partially disposed within at least one first opening of an optical subassembly housing. The at least one optical component assembly comprising a base extending from a first end to a second end along a longitudinal axis, and a vertical mount disposed on the base and including a first surface that provides a mounting region to couple to an optical component, the first surface defining a vertical axis that extends substantially upright from the base and a horizontal axis that is angled relative to the longitudinal axis of the base at a first angle, the vertical mount further providing a channel that extends through the vertical mount, wherein the channel provides an optical pathway angled relative to the first surface at the first angle, the first angle being substantially between about 15 and 75 degrees.. ... Applied Optoelectronics Inc

Optical transceiver module having a partitioned housing

A transceiver module having a partitioned housing, e.g., a bifurcated or multi-segment housing, is disclosed that allows coupling and alignment of a tosa arrangement and rosa arrangement in separate respective portions in order to minimize or otherwise reduce component damage and rework iterations during manufacturing and repair. Technicians may thus perform at least partial assembly and testing of each optical subassembly arrangement in parallel and in relative isolation without necessarily interrupting and/or waiting on completion of the other. ... Applied Optoelectronics Inc

Optical transceiver with a multiplexing device positioned off-center within a transceiver housing to reduce fiber bending loss

Techniques for reducing optical fiber bending loss in an optical transceiver are disclosed. In an embodiment, a small form-factor (sff) optical transceiver housing includes a demultiplexer device, such as an arrayed waveguide grating (awg) device, having a longitudinal center line that is offset laterally by a distance doffset from the longitudinal center line of the sff optical transceiver housing. ... Applied Optoelectronics Inc

Optical transmitter or transceiver including optical multiplexer with input and output ports on a single side

A multi-channel optical transmitter or transceiver includes an optical multiplexer with input and output ports on a single side. The optical multiplexer receives optical signals at different channel wavelengths on a plurality of mux input ports on one side and combines the optical signals into a multiplexed optical signal, which is output on an optical output port on the same side. ... Applied Optoelectronics Inc

Optical transmitter or transceiver including reversed planar lightwave circuit (plc) splitter for optical multiplexing

A multi-channel optical transmitter or transceiver uses a reversed planar lightwave circuit (plc) splitter as an optical multiplexer to combine optical signals at different channel wavelengths into a multiplexed optical signal. The reversed plc splitter includes splitter output ports that are used as the mux input ports and a splitter input port that is used as the mux output port. ... Applied Optoelectronics Inc

Optical transmitter or transceiver including transmitter optical subassembly (tosa) modules directly aligned to optical multiplexer inputs

A multi-channel optical transmitter or transceiver includes transmitter optical subassembly (tosa) modules optically coupled to and directly aligned with mux input ports of an optical multiplexer without using optical fibers. The optical multiplexer may include an arrayed waveguide grating (awg) or a reversed planar lightwave circuit (plc) splitter and may be located in a multiplexer housing having at least one side wall with input apertures aligned with the mux input ports. ... Applied Optoelectronics Inc

Wavelength-selectable laser device providing spatially-selectable wavelenth(s)

A wavelength-selectable laser device providing spatially-selectable wavelength(s) may be used to select one or more wavelengths for lasing in a tunable transmitter or transceiver, for example, in a wavelength division multiplexed (wdm) optical system such as a wdm passive optical network (pon). The wavelength-selectable laser device uses a dispersive optical element, such as a diffraction grating, to disperse light emitted from a laser emitter and to direct different wavelengths of the light toward a reflector at different spatial positions such that the wavelengths may be selected by allowing light to be reflected from selected spatial position(s) back into the laser emitter. ... Applied Optoelectronics Inc

Techniques for direct optical coupling of photodetectors to optical demultiplexer outputs and an optical transceiver using the same

An arrayed waveguide grating (awg) device for use in an optical transceiver is disclosed, and can de-multiplex an optical signal into n number of channel wavelengths. The awg device can include an awg chip, with the awg chip providing a planar lightwave (plc) circuit configured to de-multiplex channel wavelengths and launch the same into output waveguides. ... Applied Optoelectronics Inc

Layered coaxial transmitter optical subassemblies with support bridge therebetween

Layered coaxial transmitter optical subassemblies (tosas) with a support bridge therebetween may be used in an optical transmitter or transceiver for transmitting optical signals at multiple channel wavelengths. The coaxial tosas may include cuboid type to laser packages having substantially flat outer surfaces that may be mounted on substantially flat outer surfaces on a transmitter or transceiver housing or on the support bridge. ... Applied Optoelectronics Inc

09/21/17 / #20170269315

Coaxial transmitter optical subassembly (tosa) with an optical fiber coupling receptacle

A coaxial transmitter optical subassembly (tosa) including an optical fiber coupling receptacle coupled to a laser package may be used in an optical transceiver for transmitting an optical signal at a channel wavelength. The optical fiber coupling receptacle may include a housing having a first open end to receive a ferrule-terminated optical fiber. ... Applied Optoelectronics Inc

09/21/17 / #20170269313

Coaxial transmitter optical subassembly (tosa) including ball lens

A coaxial transmitter optical subassembly (tosa) including a ball lens may be used in an optical transceiver for transmitting an optical signal at a channel wavelength. The coaxial tosa includes a laser package with a ball lens holder section defining a lens holder cavity that receives the ball lens. ... Applied Optoelectronics Inc

09/21/17 / #20170269311

Alignment correction for optical isolator in a coaxial transmitter optical subassembly (tosa)

A coaxial transmitter optical subassembly (tosa) with optical isolator alignment correction may be used in an optical transceiver for transmitting an optical signal at a channel wavelength. The coaxial tosa includes an optical fiber coupling receptacle extending from a laser package. ... Applied Optoelectronics Inc

07/06/17 / #20170195079

Optical transceiver assembly including thermal dual arrayed waveguide grating

An optical transceiver assembly includes a thermal dual arrayed waveguide grating (awg) for both multiplexing and demultiplexing optical signals. The thermal dual awg may be used as an optical multiplexer/demultiplexer with an array of laser emitters and an array of photodetectors to provide a transmitter optical subassembly (tosa) and a receiver optical subassembly (rosa) in the optical transceiver assembly. ... Applied Optoelectronics Inc

06/22/17 / #20170176698

Optical filter sub-assembly cartridge for use in a receiver optical subassembly (rosa) housing

An optical sub-assembly cartridge for use in a multi-channel receiver optical sub-assembly (rosa) is disclosed and includes pre-aligned demultiplexing optics. The optical sub-assembly cartridge may include a plurality of sidewalls which define a cartridge body and at least partially enclose a cavity therein. ... Applied Optoelectronics Inc

03/16/17 / #20170075080

Aligning and directly optically coupling photodetectors to optical demultiplexer outputs in a multichannel receiver optical subassembly

A multi-channel receiver optical subassembly (rosa) such as an arrayed waveguide grating (awg), with outputs directly optically coupled to respective photodetectors such as photodiodes. In one embodiment, an awg may be configured such that optical components of the awg do not interfere with direct optical coupling, and the wire bonding points on the photodiodes may also be configured such that wire bonding does not interfere with direct optical coupling. ... Applied Optoelectronics Inc

03/16/17 / #20170075079

Multi-channel transmitter optical subassembly (tosa) with an optical coupling receptacle providing an off-center fiber

A multi-channel transmitter optical subassembly (tosa) with an off-center fiber in an optical coupling is disclosed, and can provide passive compensation for beam displacement introduced by optical isolators. The optical coupling receptacle can include an optical isolator configured to receive a focused light beam from a focus lens within the tosa. ... Applied Optoelectronics Inc

03/02/17 / #20170063465

Techniques for reducing the footprint of a multi-channel transmitter optical subassembly (tosa) within an optical transceiver housing

In accordance with an embodiment, a transmitter optical subassembly (tosa) having one or more recessed mounting regions is disclosed in order to decrease the overall footprint of the tosa within an optical transceiver housing. The tosa includes a housing having at least a first sidewall and a second sidewall disposed on opposite sides of the housing relative to each other. ... Applied Optoelectronics Inc

03/02/17 / #20170063464

Multi-channel transmitter optical subassembly (tosa) with opposing placement of transistor outline (to) can laser packages

A multi-channel transmitter optical subassembly (tosa) including staggered transistor outline (to) can laser package placement to provide enhanced coupling and optical power is disclosed, and may be used in an optical transceiver for transmitting an optical signal. The tosa comprises a housing that includes plurality of sidewall openings with each sidewall opening configured to couple to a to can laser package to provide coarse wavelength division multiplexing. ... Applied Optoelectronics Inc

03/02/17 / #20170059786

Optical component assembly having a keyed structure for ensuring proper insertion orientation within an optical subassembly

The present disclosure is directed to a keyed optical component assembly that ensures that the same has a proper orientation when press-fit into or otherwise coupled to a complimentary opening of an optical subassembly housing. In an embodiment, the keyed optical component assembly includes a base portion defined by a first end and a second end disposed opposite the first end along a longitudinal axis. ... Applied Optoelectronics Inc

03/02/17 / #20170059394

Receiver optical subassembly (rosa) housing with sidewall receptacle to provide electrical isolation between an adjacent transmitter optical subassembly (tosa) in a transceiver housing

A multi-channel receiver optical subassembly (rosa) including at least one sidewall receptacle configured to receive and electrically isolate an adjacent multi-channel transmitter optical subassembly (tosa) is disclosed. The multi-channel rosa includes a housing with at least first and second sidewalls, with the first sidewall being opposite the second sidewall and including at least one sidewall opening configured to fixedly attach to photodiode assemblies. ... Applied Optoelectronics Inc

02/09/17 / #20170040774

Extended cavity fabry-perot laser assembly capable of high speed optical modulation with narrow mode spacing and wdm optical system including same

An extended cavity fabry-perot laser assembly provides relatively narrow mode spacing while allowing relatively high speed optical modulation. The extended cavity fabry-perot laser assembly generally includes an exit reflector physically separated from a laser emitter (e.g., a gain chip) to extend the lasing cavity and narrow the mode spacing while maintaining a relatively small gain region in the laser emitter capable of higher speed optical modulation. ... Applied Optoelectronics Inc








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