Yenista Optics showcased its products at the ECOC 2013 exhibition in London, UK from 23-25 September and celebrated its 10th Anniversary with a number of selected customers.
Watch Michiel VAN DER KEUR, Founder and CEO of Yenista Optics looking back at the 10 years, and introducing the OSA20, the new high performance Optical Spectrum Analyzer, to the fiber optics community.
Yenista Optics a leading manufacturer of fiber optic test and measurement equipment has developed a new, high performance Optical Spectrum Analyzer. The OSA20, a diffraction-grating based instrument, operates from 1250 to 1700 nm and is the first instrument of its type to use a touch sensitive display with multi-touch gesture control.
The instrument has been designed for both R&D and production environments. Rapid scans of up to 2000 nm/s combine with a 20 pm wavelength resolution bandwidth, high performance monochromator and sampling every 2 pm to achieve very fast, ultra-precise spectral measurements. Wavelength accuracy is also excellent within ±20 pm over the telecom C and L wavelength bands.
The OSA20 has an extensive suite of built-in analysis modes and functions enabling rapid analysis for many common applications. For example, channel analysis of DWDM signals, detailed analysis of single mode lasers, broadband sources, optical fiber amplifiers and passive optical components. The OSA20 also has a full complement of input/output ports with multiple USB and gigabit Ethernet ports to allow integration into a broad range of test systems.
According to Alain Poudoulec, Yenista’s CTO “The two and a half years development has been a significant investment for Yenista. But, as a completely new product, we have been able to use the latest advances in hardware and software to bring a really high specification product to market. Our beta testers really liked the multi-touch gesture control which is very intuitive. You can easily scroll and zoom the scans and it dramatically improves ease-of-use compared to traditional interfaces.”
The OSA20 will be showcased at the ECOC 2013 exhibition in London, UK from 23-25 September.
Yenista Optics, a leading manufacturer of fiber optic test and measurement equipment continues to expand. Today, the company opens a Support Center in Singapore. This new centre will offer technical support, as well as repair and calibration services, to Yenista’s customers throughout the Asia Pacific region. This follows only one month after opening a similar Support Center in Shanghai, China.
The Support Center will also offer repair services on legacy TUNICS and OSICS equipment from Photonetics and Nettest. Those optical instruments and corresponding technology were transferred from Anritsu to Yenista in 2009. Over 350 units dating from the bubble years (1999-2001) have been successfully repaired since the transfer.
Dr David Heard, Sales & Marketing Manager says: “The goal of our Support Center in Singapore is to be close to the optical component manufacturers located in Thailand, Malaysia and Vietnam, and to support the thriving photonics community in Australia. Our customers will benefit from a dedicated technical support and short turnaround times on servicing of equipment.”
Yenista Optics will exhibit at the 13th Fiber Optics Expo (FOE) in Tokyo, Japan on April 10th-12th, 2013. The full range of the recently released high power tunable lasers designed for component testing, TUNICS T100S-HP, will be showcased for the first time in Asia.
Yenista Optics, a leading manufacturer of fiber optic test and measurement, is expanding its international presence with a Support Center in Shanghai, China. The Center will offer technical support and repair services. It opens officially on March 18, 2013.
Yenista has deployed tunable lasers and tunable filters in mainland China with the help of its local sales partners. Its customers face important challenges in test and measurement both for manufacturing and R&D. Through the Support Center, Yenista will be able to accompany and assistant them with implementing its products in their set-ups.
The Support Center will also offer repair services on legacy TUNICS and OSICS equipment from Photonetics and Nettest. Those optical instruments and corresponding technology were transferred from Anritsu to Yenista back in 2009. Over 350 units dating from the bubble years have been successfully repaired since the transfer.
According to Nicéphore Nicolas, Sales & Marketing manager in charge of the Chinese market, “Our presence in mainland China shows Yenista’s commitment to serve customers with local support. The Shanghai Support Center marks an important milestone in Yenista’s history: it is the first step of the company’s establishment in Asia”.
Yenista Optics, a leading manufacturer of fiber optic test and measurement equipment will launch a new family of High Power Tunable Lasers, TUNICS T100S-HP/CL at OFC 2013 on March 19-21, in Anaheim, USA. The products will be showcased at booth #2825.
The complete portfolio of the T100S-HP now features 6 tunable lasers. They have been explicitly named after the wavelength tuning bands that are covered:
The /O and /CL lasers have 10 dBm minimum output power and are dedicated to the main telecom applications. The /O+, /ES, /SCL and /CLU lasers have 8 dBm minimum output power and the largest wavelength ranges available on the market, making it possible to cover the full telecom wavelength band from 1240 to 1700 nm at 8 dBm with just 3 lasers! This is done by combining the /O+, /ES and /CLU lasers.
“We managed to implement important innovations that enabled us to extend the wavelength range and to increase the output power without any compromise on other specifications of the T100S” said Michiel van der Keur, Yenista’s CEO. “With the TUNICS T100S-HP portfolio, we offer the most advanced and cost effective solution for all R&D and Manufacturing environments”.
The /O and /CL models are available whereas the /O+, /ES, /SCL and /CLU lasers start shipping in May.
Yenista will also showcase its leading test and measurement equipment at several exhibitions this Spring: FOE in Tokyo, Japan from April 10-12 and Photonics in Switching in Kyoto, Japan from June 30-July 4.