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    TX and RX using one Optical fiber?

    Is there any fiber in which TX and RX is using one Optical Fiber? If yes please give its details a bit..

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    Re: TX and RX using one Optical fiber?

    You can transmit TX on one wave length and RX on different wave length and multiplex them to one optical fiber, or you can use so called PPLED (ping-pong LED) - see some details here:
    http://www.fiber-optics.info/article...ptic_detectors
    http://www.digchip.com/datasheets/pa...ACS401-pdf.php

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    TX and RX using one Optical fiber?

    Also TDM or FDM may be solution in some applications. Intended data rate and transmission distance should be mentioned at least.



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