BOSA 100

Optical Spectrum Analyzer by Aragon Photonics

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The BOSA 100 from Aragon Photonics is a Brillouin Optical Spectrum Analyzer with an external TLS that operates from 1265 to 1607 nm. It has an optical resolution of 0.08 pm / 10 MHz and a spurious-free dynamic range of more than 80 dB. The analyzer has a measurement speed of 20 nm/s. It is ideal for scientists and engineers involved in the research and development of next-generation photonic devices and optical systems. The analyzer can be smoothly integrated with the rest of the laboratory infrastructure due to its automation capabilities. It is available with add-on options like TLS output, component analyzer, polarimetry extension, and phase measurement.

 Product Specifications

    Product Details

    • Part Number :
      BOSA 100
    • Manufacturer :
      Aragon Photonics

    Applications

    • Application :
      Scientific & Engineering Application, Research & Development

    General Parameters

    • Configuration :
      Benchtop
    • Wavelength Range :
      1525 to 1607 nm
    • Wavelength Resolution :
      10 MHz (80 fm)
    • Wavelength Accuracy :
      ±2.0 pm
    • Dynamic Range :
      40 to 80 dB
    • Optical Power Range :
      -70 to 13 dBm
    • Dynamic Range(Close-in) :
      40 to 60 dB
    • Dynamic Range(Spurious free) :
      80 dB
    • Level Sensitivity :
      -70 dBm
    • Measurement Unit :
      W, dBm, dB, nm
    • Power Consumption :
      150 to 130 W
    • Power Requirements :
      110/220V 50/60Hz
    • Spectrum Band :
      C+ L band, C Band, L Band, O Band
    • Note :
      Power Accuracy: ±0.5 dB

    Connections & Interface

    • Connectors :
      APC
    • Interface :
      Ethernet, USB, GPIB

    Physical Properties

    • Dimensions :
      430 x 230 x 470 nm
    • Mass :
      22K g

    Temperature

    • Operating Temperature display :
      15 to 35 Degree C

    Technical Documents

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