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10.7 Gbps Transimpedance Amplifer With RSSI
Texas Instruments

The ONET9901TA is a high-speed transimpedance amplifier used in SDH/SONET systems with data rates up to 10.7 Gbps. It features a low input referred noise, 11.2-GHz bandwidth and a 5.5-k transimpedance. The ONET9901TA device is available in die form and requires a single 3.3-V supply. The ONET9901TA is power efficient and dissipates less than 100 mW (typical). The ONET9901TA is characterized for operations from 0C to 85C.
11.2-GHz Bandwidth 5.5-k Differential Transimpedance 8.5-pA/Hz Typical Input Referred Noise 2-mA Maximum Input Current Received Signal Strength Indication CML Data Outputs Offset Cancellation Single 3.3-V Supply Bare-Die Option applications SONET OC.192 10-Gbps Ethernet Receivers 10-Gbps Fibre Channel Receivers

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