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Fiber Optic Switches are designed for test systems; Agilent Technologies Introduces Fiber-Optic Switches for More Cost-Effective Optical Manufacturing Tests
Available for single-mode or multimode fiber-optic connections, N7731A dual 1x4 optical switch and N7734A 1x13 optical switch promote effective optical transceiver manufacturing tests as well as efficiency in optical component and cable verification. Optical switches can be used in fiber-optic test systems to automatically route optical signals or in automated test equipment to provide repeatability and promote throughput by supporting parallel measurements on multiport devices. SANTA CLARA, Calif. - Agilent Technologies Inc. (NYSE: A) today announced new optical switches that enable more cost-effective optical transceiver manufacturing tests and higher efficiency in optical component and cable verification.Optical switches are used in fiber-optic test systems to automatically route optical signals. They are also used to optimize manufacturers' investments in automated test equipment by improving repeatability and throughput and by supporting parallel measurements on multiport devices. Agilent's new N77 Series switches accomplish these tasks with excellent repeatability and flexible automation control.The Agilent N7731A dual 1x4 optical switch and the N7734A 1x13 optical switch are available for single-mode or multimode fiber-optic connections."Manufacturers of optical transmitters and receivers constantly strive for better yield and lower cost of test," said Jurgen Beck, general manager of Agilent's digital photonic test products. "Our new optical switches help them achieve their goals by making accurate measurements and making automation easier with excellent repeatability, fast switching time and flexible control with LAN, USB and GPIB interfaces." In many cases, manufacturers can use valuable signal source and analysis instrumentation more effectively in a parallel-test configuration. They can, for example, test multiple cables or components together during temperature cycling. Inherently parallel components - like those used for optical interconnections for 40G or 100G Ethernet using 10-Gb/sec components - call for identical testing in multiple paths. These applications are well supported by the 1x13 switch configuration, and the 13th path often can be used as a permanent reference path.Automated testing with switches also improves tests by avoiding repeated reconnections during measurements. The excellent switching repeatability of the new N77 Series switches assures that the signal level is constant from cycle to cycle.Multimode fiber applications are especially challenging because signals are distributed over a range of mode groups that can have different loss and delay in a link. For dependable multimode transceiver testing, the instrumentation should not change this modal distribution. The Agilent multimode switches are designed with very short collimated paths between fibers, so signals propagate in practically the same distribution as through uninterrupted multimode fiber.Designed for high test throughput, lowest cost per channel and narrow footprint, all members of Agilent's N77 Series optical test instruments are built on a common platform and provide a common PC-based user interface. A complete set of control interfaces (including LAN, USB2.0 and GPIB) simplifies integration with manufacturing control systems. Code-compatible with Agilent's Lightwave Measurement System modules, the new generation of switches can serve as plug-in replacements in existing test solutions.
Weekly: Manhattan Bridge Capital weakens below Moving Average Price (MAP), with 50-day MAP trailing 200-day MAP
Manhattan Bridge Capital (LOAN.O), NASDAQ's 8th largest Fiber Optics company by market capitalisation, has dropped below its trend. The 200-day moving average price (MAP) was US$1.318. The price to 200-day MAP ratio is 0.72, a bearish indicator. In the past 200 days this ratio has been under 0.72 just nine times suggesting a support level. The 200-day MAP has decreased to US$1.318. A decrease is another bearish indicator. The stock fell for a second week on Friday. The share price fell 3.84c (or 3.9%) to 95.04c in the week ending Friday December 09. Compared with the NASDAQ-100 index which rose 16.6 points (or 0.7%) in the week, this represented a relative price change of -4.6%. Support: the support price is hovering at the 94.01c level. Volume traded at the fragile support price zone was 0.3 times average during the four occasions when the support price was breached. In the last one month the first low was at 94.01c on Dec 01, the second at 94.01c on Dec 02. The third decline halted at 95.0c on Nov 30, the 4th at 95.02c on Dec 09.Resistance: resistance is apparent at US$1.08. However, selling pressure at that level has been weak; volume was 0.2 times average during the two occasions when the resistance price was breached in the last one month. In the last one month the highest was at US$1.08 on Nov 21, the second advance halted at US$1.08 on Nov 16. Manhattan Bridge Capital Inc., formerly DAG Media, Inc., provides short-term, secured commercial loans to small businesses through its subsidiary, DAG Funding Solutions, Inc. (DAG Funding). In addition, another subsidiary DAG Interactive, Inc. has developed software and a related Website that allows retail businesses and other service providers to reach prospective customers and clients for their goods and services. The Company has marketed this software solution under the name Nextyellow on a limited basis to establish proof of concept. In July 2007, Dag Media discontinued its e-commerce operations conducted through Shopila Corporation, a 80%-owned subsidiary. In December 2007, Shopila was dissolved. In May 2007, DAG Media announced the launch of DAG Funding.
Weekly: Alliance Fiber Optic Products weakens below Moving Average Price (MAP), with 50-day MAP trailing 200-day MAP
Alliance Fiber Optic Products (AFOP.O), NASDAQ's 6th largest Fiber Optics company by market capitalisation, has dropped below its trend. The 200-day moving average price (MAP) was US$8.766. The price to 200-day MAP ratio is 0.88, a bearish indicator. In the past 200 days this ratio has been under 0.88 one hundred thirty-six times suggesting further downside. The stock is trading below both its MAPs and the 50-day MAP of US$7.959 is lower than the 200-day MAP of US$8.766, a bearish indicator. The 200-day MAP has decreased to US$8.766. A decrease is another bearish indicator. The stock fell for a third week on Friday. The share price decreased 11.0c (or 1.4%) to US$7.70 in the week ending Friday December 09. Compared with the NASDAQ-100 index which rose 16.6 points (or 0.7%) in the week, this represented a relative price change of -2.1%. The Volume Weighted Price (VWP) is the summation of turnover [or price at which shares were sold times the volume of shares] divided by the total volume and represents an average based on turnover of all transactions over the period. In the past week the Volume Weighted Price was US$7.76, down from US$7.90 in the previous week. Average daily volume of some 100,006 shares declined 2.8% from 102,911 shares. The 5-week VWP is US$8.22. Alliance Fiber Optic Products, Inc. (AFOP) designs, manufactures and markets a range of high-performance fiber optic components, and integrated modules incorporating these components, for communications equipment manufacturers. The Company offers a range of products, including interconnect devices that are used to connect optical fibers and components, couplers and splitters that are used to divide and combine optical power, and dense wavelength division multiplexing (DWDM), devices that separate and combine multiple specific wavelengths. Its connectivity product family provides a line of optical interconnect devices, couplers and splitters, planar lightwave circuits and related optical products. Its optical passive products include wavelength division multiplexing and DWDM components and modules that utilize thin film filter technologies to separate optical signals, variable attenuators, optical switches and other optical devices.
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