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Feeding the demand for faster and more reliable data connections, modern communications networks increasingly rely on high-performance fiber optics and photonics components. Luna’s advanced photonic test solutions help engineers bring new photonic technology to market faster and more efficiently.

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Overview

Developers and manufacturers of fiber optic systems and photonic components rely on Luna to deliver the data needed to analyze and optimized designs and quickly characterize and diagnose the optical performance of fiber optic assemblies, connectors, component and photonic integrated circuits (PICs).

Luna’s systems can deliver very fast and accurate results for end-of-line manufacturing test, or deployed as an advanced analyzer, delivering new insight to help develop and optimize today’s advanced photonic devices and systems.

Explore Key Solutions below for examples of Luna systems delivering essential capabilities for photonic devices, components and fiber optics.

Key Solutions

Photonic integrated circuit (PIC)
  • Optical Device Test and Characterization

    Optical device test and characterization, based on optical frequency-domain reflectometry (OFDR), delivers the fastest and most complete characterization of fiber optic components, including PICs and silicon photonics. Fully characterize an optical component in a single three-second scan with full polarization analysis and incredible spatial resolution.

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  • Testing Fiber Optic Networks and Assemblies

    Luna’s fiber optic test solutions provide unprecedented visibility with fast and accurate characterization of waveguide devices, integrated optical devices, fiber components, cables and short networks. Ultra-high resolution reflectometers spatially map loss, including IL and RL measurements, along a network, allowing precise location of loss events, bad connectors, fiber bends and more. Also, Luna offers the industry’s highest-resolution portable reflectometer designed for field maintenance applications.

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Featured Products

Luna 6415

Optical Component Test

OBR 6225

Fiber Optic Network Test

PSY-201

Polarization Management and Emulation

OBR 6225

Fiber Optic Network Test

Test and characterize fiber optic cables, assemblies and network with unmatched speed, precision and spatial resolution. Luna’s OBR reflectometers can analyze loss with a spatial resolution and sensitivity unmatched in the industry.
PSY-201

Polarization Management and Emulation

Control and manage polarization in your optical system with our lossless fiber-squeezer based multifunctional polarization controllers for highest performance. Emulate all polarization impairment parameters including SOP, PMD, and PDL, with our complete line of emulation products for network and system characterization.

From Our Blog

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Upgrade Your Fiber Optic Diagnostics with Portable Ultra-High Resolution Optical Backscatter Reflectometry

This webinar will explain how portable OBR technology can locate and analyze issues and defects in fiber optic assemblies with submillimeter technology, and make very precise measurements of fiber optic latency and length

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Accelerate Silicon Photonics Development with Advanced Testing and Automation

This webinar describes Luna's advanced approach to silicon photonics testing and Maple Leaf Photonics' modular and flexible platform for automated testing of dies, and how these two technologies integrate into an effective complete solution for silicon photonics. 

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Polarization in Fiber Optic Systems: How to Measure and Manage for Optimal Performance

This webinar explains the fundamentals of polarization properties and parameters and describes the different techniques used to measure and control polarization-related impairments.

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You Can’t Fix What You Can’t See – Luna’s OBR 4600 Enables Unprecedented Visibility into Silicon Photonics Designs

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Luna Launches New Analyzer for PICs and Silicon Photonics

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Portable High-Resolution Reflectometer for Field Maintenance Applications

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Techniques for Measuring the PDL of Optical Systems or Components