GAO’s muxponders are devices used in optical networking to combine multiple signals onto a single wavelength for transmission over a fiber optic link. It is used in dense wavelength division multiplexing (DWDM) systems.

GAO’s muxponders are composed of an input interface, multiplexer, transponder, optical transmitter, wavelength assignment, optical multiplexer, management, and control interfaces.

The other common names of muxponder are multiplexer/transponder, transmux, wavelength aggregator, optical aggregation unit, data mux, optical transceiver, WDM transponder, data multiplexer, optical multiplexing device, transponder multiplexer, wavelength division multiplexer (WDM) transceiver, optical channel aggregator, muxponding unit, and data aggregation transceiver.

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This Multiprotocol 10 G OTN Muxponder is a high density muxponder designed with two 10 G ports and 16 ports at different speed with advanced technology and ASIC chip.
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This Muxponder of 8 x 1.25 G Traffic into 1 x 10 G Interface is a muxponder which is designed with time-division multiplexing technology.