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2004-08-06 Microsemi photodiode eyes 1,550nm optical nets
Microsemi released a coplanar waveguide photodiode for high-bandwidth single-mode-fiber optical networking apps.
2002-07-29 Microsemi CPW photodiodes feature impedance of 50 ohms
Two families of CPW photodiode ICs from Microsemi Corp. are designed for use in 1/10 GbE, Fibre Channel, Infiniband, VCSEL, and OC-48 and OC-192 SONET/SDH systems
2013-10-10 Imec unveils 25Gb/s silicon photonics platform
Imec's portfolio includes low loss strip waveguides, highly efficient grating couplers, high-speed Germanium waveguide photodiodes, 25Gb/s Mach-Zhender and micro-ring modulators
2003-01-21 Kyocera TO-header style packages target fiber-optic apps
Kyocera Corp. has introduced two new TO-header style surface mountable 10Gbps packages for VCSEL, laser diode, and photodiode systems
2002-09-11 Inphi, u2t develop 40Gbps photoreceiver
The XPRV2021 40Gbps photoreceiver combines Inphi Corp.'s 4334TA TIA and u2t Photonics AG's waveguide-integrated pin photodiode into an SMD package ready for integration into OC-768 communication systems.
2003-09-17 u?t Photonics photoreceivers use Inphi amps
u?t Photonics AG has developed with Inphi Corp. two differential pin-TIA photoreceivers for SONET OC-768/SDH STM-256 fiber optic networks.
2007-05-16 Optical transceiver moves data at speed of light
IBM scientists have announced a prototype optical-transceiver chipset that transfers data at a rate eight times faster than currently available components.
2002-02-28 Mitsubishi Electric unveils optical devices for 40Gbps transmission
Mitsubishi Electric has announced the release of a tunable dispersion equalizer, optical modulator, and an MEMS optical switch for long-distance, high-capacity 40Gbps optical transmission.
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