New wideband optical spectrum analyzer from Yokogawa

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Yokogawa has introduced its Ando AQ6374 wideband optical spectrum analyzer. It features diffraction grating-based monochromator technology, which delivers high-precision measurement performance and accuracy. It is also equipped with an enhanced user interface and an air purging feature, offering engineers a powerful benchtop tool for general-purpose optical spectrum measurements over the wavelength range from 350 to 1750nm.

“The capability of measuring over such a broad wavelength range made the original AQ6315A a very valuable test instrument for those R&D centers that carry out research on light spectra from the visible region to the L-band region,” said Terry Marrinan, VP, sales and marketing for Yokogawa test and measurement, Europe and Southeast Asia.

“The new AQ6374 achieves superior operability and measurement times up to 40 times faster than its predecessor, and also offers a number of new features including the air purging system.”

January 18, 2017

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