Two lasers in a single-wide application module reduce footprint needed for forward path transmission by 50%, freeing up space for new capacity additions
Among the lowest power consumption in the industry (15W per dual density transmitter)
Single Density option (7.5W per single density transmitter)
4 O-Band wavelengths (starting at 1291 nm) and 30 km reach, optimized for both analog and digital channel loading*
Front or rear ber connections
Fixed or variable output powers
CORWave multi-wavelength plan allows fiber reclamation, leverages the existing fiber infrastructure and allows analog forward, reverse and GbE based data services to be multiplexed on limited fiber counts
CORView Element Management System
Compliments all CHP Max application modules and CHP Max5000® components
Reduce CAPEX, Increase Revenue Generation
For cable operators looking to reduce CAPEX by decreasing footprint in their headends, collapse OTNs/hubs, or save on powering, the CHP CORWave Dual Density (CHP CORWave DW) 1 GHz multi-wavelength forward transmitter provides an immediate 50% decrease in the number of physical devices needed for forward path transmission and some of the lowest power consumption among comparable forward transmitters in the industry. The CHP CORWave DW, with 2 lasers in a single-wide application module, increases revenue by allowing other application modules to be added for new capacity and new services without increasing the current footprint. It is available in a power conserving, single density option (CHP CORWave SW) consisting of a single laser in a single-wide application module, for use where physical footprint is not considered an issue.
The CORWave multi-wavelength plan allows fiber reclamation and leverages the existing fiber infrastructure for up to 4 multiplexed O-band wavelengths and up to 30 km reach over as few as one fiber.
Reduce Complexity and Headend Space Needs
The CHP CORWave DW is optimized for both analog and digital channel loading and is available in xed and variable outputs with front and rear fiber connections. It is backwards compatible with all current and legacy CHP chassis. Two wavelengths in one single-wide application module simplify operations, provide less headend ‘plumbing,’ and provide easier module management.