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Maximize dark fiber utilization with the latest in multiplexer and OADM technology.

Multiplexers and OADMs – Powerful passive optical networking

Smartoptics multiplexers and OADMs are designed for the best possible performance levels. That translates into low losses and even greater distances for transmission. All of our units can be housed in case hardened outdoor modules and can be used outdoors. Our range of passive CWDM/DWDM multiplexers and OADM modules allow up to 16 CWDM and 80 DWDM channels to be connected simultaneously over a dark fiber network. They are protocol transparent and suit applications including 400/100/10/1G Ethernet, SDH/SONET, 32/16/8/4/2/1G Fibre Channel/FICON, FTTx and CATV.

A hybrid C/DWDM system can be built by using CWDM channels 1530nm and 1550nm for 26 additional DWDM channels, keeping initial startup costs low and allowing a truly “pay-as-you-grow” architecture.


The H-Series – flexible, compact and cost-efficient

The Smartoptics H-Series is a high density, cost-efficient platform for passive optical layer nodes such as CWDM and DWDM multiplexers/demultiplexers and OADMs (Optical Add Drop Multiplexer). Using best of breed components, the H-Series offers the latest generation of solutions for your passive optical networking needs. The H-Series is ideal when implementing fully passive optical layer solutions transparent to any data rate and service type.

Smartoptics H-series
Smartoptics H-series
Smartoptics H-series
Smartoptics H-series
Smartoptics H-series
Smartoptics H-series
Smartoptics H-series

everything you need

Multiplexers and OADMs – Powerful passive optical networking

At Smartoptics, we offer everything to help you get more out of your fiber networks. Including multiplexers and optical add/drop multiplexers (OADMs). An optical multiplexer combines wavelength channels onto an optical transmission fiber. OADMs are used in WDM systems for multiplexing and routing fiber optic signals, selectively adding and dropping individual or sets of wavelength channels from a DWDM stream. Both give you more flexibility in terms of the volume of traffic and type of data you want to transmit.


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More flexibility – less cost

Learn all about Optical Add Drop Multiplexers (OADMs) and the differences between CDWM & DWDM. This guide includes fiber loss calculations and useful insights about single and dual fiber networking.


Why smartoptics

Expand your network horizons

At Smartoptics, we believe strongly in an open approach, smart design principles, ambitious customer service and sustainable solutions.


Committed to open solutions with no lock-in using latest open standards and an open culture of honesty.


Innovating smart design principles for plug-and-play, future-proof and scalable networking solutions.


Going the extra mile with in-house expert support and strong focus on customer satisfaction (NPS 82).


Doing our part with long product lifecycles, small footprints and energy efficiency optimizations.