[u.sup.2]t launches 43 Gbps photoreceivers.
These two differential pin-TIA photoreceivers for SONET OC-768/SDH STM-256 fiber optic networks, the KPRV2021 and KPRV2022, incorporate Inphi Corporation's TIAs. The KPRV2021 photoreceiver, designed specifically for OC-768 applications, offers an optical-to-electrical bandwidth of 40 GHz and a differential conversion gain of 300 V/W. The KPRV2022 differential photoreceiver has an optical-to-electrical bandwidth of 33 GHz with a differential conversion gain of 1,000 V/W and is optimized for high sensitivity non-return-to-zero (NRZ) applications. The receivers come in an MSA-compliant small form factor package with a supply voltage of +3.3V and power dissipation of 350 mW. BER is less than 10-12 between -10 dBm and +3 dBm optical inputs. The devices are available in coplanar waveguide packages and samples are available now. [u.sup.2]t Photonics, AG, Reuchlinstrasse 10/11, 10553 Berlin, Germany; Inphi Corporation, (805) 466-5100; www.u2t.com.
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|Date:||Oct 1, 2003|
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