Latest New Product News from Discovery Semiconductors Inc.
Photoreceivers offer GPPO or coplanar waveguide RF outputs.Discovery Semiconductors Inc. Ewing, NJ 08628
Oct 16, 2009 Operating in 1,310 Nm wavelength band, Quad Photoreceiver Arrays are designed for 10 and 40 km transmission over single-mode fiber conforming to 100 Gigabit Ethernet standard (100GBASE-LR4 and 100GBASE-ER4). Arrays consist of 4 monolithically integrated InGaAs photodiodes on InP substrate and 4 transimpedance amplifiers (TIAs) to produce 4-channel electrical output signal, each channel running up to 28 Gbps. Power consumption is typically 200 mW per channel.
Photodiode Arrays feature 4-element design.Discovery Semiconductors Inc. Ewing, NJ 08628
Feb 10, 2009 Designed for 40 Gb/s and 100 Gb/s optical communications, Quad InGaAs Photodiode Arrays consist of 4 photodiodes monolithically integrated on common InP substrate. Diodes are available in 10, 30, 40, or 50 µm diameters and feature RF bandwidth of 10, 15, 20, or 40 GHz. With optical power handling exceeding +12dBm for each photodiode, arrays are suited for 100 Gb/s Long-Haul Pol-Mux (D)QPSK, 40 Gb/s Long-Haul (D)QPSK, and 40G/100G parallel networking.
Photodiode and Receiver deliver 40G error-free performance.Discovery Semiconductors Inc. Ewing, NJ 08628
Feb 21, 2008 Offering linearity with third order intercept point as high as 50 dBm, 40 Gbps photodiode and receiver feature differential GPPO RF outputs that enable reception of all pre-amplified and unamplified 40G modulation formats. Receiver package interfaces to commercial CDR/DEMUX modules, and products address several modulation formats: ASK, DPSK, and DQPSK. Receiver configurations include single, balanced, and dual detection schemes, with and without transimpedance amplification.
Optical Receiver Systems operate at 2.5 and 10 Gb/s.Discovery Semiconductors Inc. Ewing, NJ 08628
Jun 06, 2005 Capable of detecting multiple wavelengths, Optical Coherent Receiver Systems are intelligent transport systems compatible with ASK, (D) PSK, and FSK modulation formats. They provide sensitivity for both fiber and free-space applications in optical C and L bands. Units can also be used at other wavelengths, including 980, 1,064, 1,310 nm, and optical S band.
Balanced Photodiodes feature bandwidth from 10-40 GHz.Discovery Semiconductors Inc. Ewing, NJ 08628
Feb 19, 2004 Series 700 consists of push-pull pairs of InGaAs photodiodes, each capable of handling large optical power in excess of 10 dBm. Models DSC710 and DSC720 are useful for 10 Gb DPSK and DPQSK markets, whereas Models DSC730 and DSC740 serve 40 Gb DPSK and DPQSK applications.
Optical Receivers improve link sensitivity by 3 dB or more.Discovery Semiconductors Inc. Ewing, NJ 08628
Nov 12, 2002 Models DSCR405 and DSCR405ER are 15 dB InGaAs balanced photoreceivers for wavelengths from 800 to 1,650 nm with over 14 and 20 GHz bandwidths, respectively. They are targeted at digital telecommunications markets using 10 and 20 Gbps with FEC and RZ formats. Units feature small form-factor fiber-pigtailed package that is hermetically sealed and built to GR-468 standards.
Photodetector has wide bandwidth.Discovery Semiconductors Inc. Ewing, NJ 08628
Oct 18, 2002 PIN Model DSC10W provides bandwidth of DC to over 70 GHz with use of 1 mm coaxial connector. Model DSC10ER detector, available in grades 55 GHz, 60 GHz, and 65 GHz, is also available with 1.85 mm V-type connector. Designed for millimeter wave analog, high-speed instrumentation, and telecommunications applications, fiber-coupled, hermetically sealed modules are offered in battery-operated Lab Buddy.
Balanced Optical Receiver suits LIDAR applications.Discovery Semiconductors Inc. Ewing, NJ 08628
Aug 27, 2002 Suitable for eye safe free space applications, Model R205M operates at 150 MHz with peak gain of 20 dB. Offered in compact hermetic package, balanced receiver option consists of matched InGaAs/InP photodiodes and low noise amplifier. When used in coherent-lightwave link designs, receiver eliminates laser relative intensity noise (RIN). It comes with choice of optical input connector and type K or dual GPPO/SMMP coaxial RF output.
Analyzer Interface captures optical data up to 60 GHz.Discovery Semiconductors Inc. Ewing, NJ 08628
Jul 08, 2002 Lab Buddy simplifies adding optical front ends to network vector analyzers, oscilloscopes, and RF power meters. Using ultra-wide bandwidth InGaAs PIN photodiodes, it can capture optical modulation from dc to 12, 16, 22, 35, 45, or 60 GHz. Built-in Lithium battery supplies 2 bias voltages for low/high input optical power levels. User's fiber optic cable connects to built-in receptacle, and type K or V coaxial connector attaches to scope input.
Tiny Optical Receiver fits into transponders.Discovery Semiconductors Inc. Ewing, NJ 08628
Apr 22, 2002 Small form factor optical receiver in coplanar package for 10 and 40 Gb/sec applications is only 1/10th size of standard coplanar package, making it suitable for applications where space is limited, such as transponders. It comes with choice of optical input connector and coplanar G-S-G-S-G pattern configuration for signal outputs.
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