Gould Fiber Optics offers a selection of highly reliable optical components used in the development and manufacturing of OCT imaging systems. We also offer custom optical modules and subsystems by integrating multiple broadband components such as splitters, circulators, fixed and variable optical attenuators for various OCT applications In response to the growing need of higher resolution imaging, Gould has expanded its component line to support a broader band, featuring bandwidths +/- 50nm, +/- 100nm and beyond. Featuring wavelengths from UV up to eye safe range with highest path-matching accuracy for an excellent system performance. These components are ideal in supporting the unique builds of the expanding global OCT interferometric systems. For specifications that meet your specific needs please contact our sales specialists.
Fiber Optic Components and Modules for Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT)
To ensure a quality product, start with the highest quality of components. Design, Build and Test of Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) Modules & Custom Assemblies using Gould’s Broadband Components & High Precision Path-Matching Techniques.
Miniaturized Sized Single-Mode (SM) and PM Fiber based Variable Optical Attenuators (MVOA)
Miniaturized type Manual Variable Optical Attenuator (MVOA) are available in SM and PM fibers for the wavelengths regimes of 630, 780, 980, 1064, 1310/1550 nm and operates by manually moving a blocking element into optical path. Click here for more info
Ultra Broadband Couplers & WDM
Gould’s Fused Single Mode WideBand & UltraBand Fiber Optic Couplers & optical signal splitters are small and insensitive to operating wavelengths, suitable for use in instrumentation and OCT systems. Click here for more info
Isolators and Circulators
Manufactured using micro optic technology these products are available in both singlemode and polarization maintaining fibers. Click here for more info
In-Line Fixed Attenuator
Gould’s passive, all-fiber wavelength flattened, fixed attenuators can be manufactured to a customer specified attenuation level. Click here for more info