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OOC broadband amplifier targets OC-768 networks

Posted: 04 Oct 2002 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:oki optical components? kgm8010? kg18010? broadband amplifier? oc 768 amplifier?

Oki Optical Components (OOC) has rolled out the KGM8010 and KGA8010 broadband amplifier designed specifically for OC-768 (40Gbps)-based fiber-optic networks in metro, intermediate, and long-haul network implementation.

The KGM8010 is available in a module form operates from 100kHz to 45GHz and produces an 18dB gain, while consuming 0.76W. It also has an integrated Bias-Tee for output dc bias adjustment, and is suitable for use as a baseband amplifier and optical modulator.

Available in die form, the KGA8010 is a broadband distributed amplifier that uses GaAs and coplanar waveguide technologies. It produces a gain of 11.5dB and an output power of 12dBm with 3.5dB noise.

It can be used as a preamplifier, baseband amplifier, electro-absorption-modulator driver, and LNA for millimeter wave band radio communication systems.

Sample price is $7,500 each for the KGM8010 module, and $900 each for the KGA8010 die.

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