Volume Phase Transmission Gratings (VPG®)

Volume Phase Gratings (VPG®)

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Ideal for applications such as: Wavelength Selectable Switch (WSS), Re-configurable Optical Add-Drop Modules (ROADM), Tunable Filters, Optical Channel Performance Monitors (OPM, OCM), Optical Spectrum Analyzers (OSA) and Wavelength Blockers, Volume Phase Gratings (VPG®) work much like conventional surface relief reflection gratings, except in transmission.  They are periodic phase structures, whose fundamental purpose is to diffract different wavelengths of light from a common input path into different angular output paths. Click here for technique details on our VPG.





Visit BaySpec at IDRC 17

BaySpec will be presenting and exhibiting at the 17th International Diffuse Reflectance Conference (IDRC 17).

The “Chambersburg” Conference
Wilson College, Chambersburg
Pennsylvania, USA,
Aug 2 -August 8, 2014

This exciting event follows the “Gordon Conference” format: the registrants attend plenary morning and evening sessions, with afternoons free for elective activities. This allows a unique opportunity for informal interaction with highly accomplished professionals in the field. For more details, please visit the conference website. 



SuperGamut™ UV-SWIR

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BaySpec’s SuperGamutTM series UV-SWIR spectrometers are designed to meet real-world challenges for best-in-class performance, long-term reliability, and compact size.  Benefiting from experience manufacturing high-volume spectral monitoring devices for the telecommunications industry, BaySpec’s spectral devices utilize low-cost field proven components.  For the first time in instrumentation history an affordable, accurate and ruggedized spectral device is a reality.

The SuperGamutTM UV-SWIR Series employs highly efficient Volume Phase Gratings (VPG®) as the spectral dispersion element, thereby providing high-speed parallel processing and continuous spectrum measurements. With multiple spectal engines included, The SuperGamutTM UV-SWIR Series provide high resolution spectral data through a wide spectral range of 190 to 2500nm while maintaining an outstanding signal-to-noise ratio.