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What is WSF | Wavelength Selective Filtering

This page explains basics of WSF (Wavelength Selective Filtering) used in fiber optical domain. The optical filters are used for Wavelength Selective Filtering.

Wavelength selective optical filter

The filter which selects the desired wavelength and rejects all the other wavelengths is known as wavelength selective filter.
Refer Optical Filter for more information on the same.

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