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GX36220 - 2-Channel Integrated 64Gbaud Linear Transimpedance Amplifier (TIA)
The GX36220 is a dual 32Gb/s linear Trans-Impedance Amplifier (TIA) for 400G coherent Receiver Optical Sub-Assemblies (ROSAs). The GX36220 integrates two TIA signal paths for I and Q channels. The high-performance, low power, and compact design of the GX36220 enables small form factors like CFP2 and CFP4.
GX36420 - 4-Channel Integrated 64Gbaud Linear Transimpedance Amplifier (TIA)
The GX36420 is a 64Gbps linear quad TIA chip that integrates four lanes of TIAs for XI, XQ, YI, and YQ channels, as well as digital interface circuitry for DC controls on a single die for 400G/600G coherent applications. The TIA electrical characteristics, functions, and physical dimensions are designed for small-form factor integrated optical module such as CFP2 and CFP4.
GX76471 - 4-Channel Integrated 64Gbaud Linear Differential InP Modulator Driver
The GX76471 is a low-power, high-performance, quad-channel linear driver chip that is designed for 400G/600G optical integrated transmitter small-form factor (SFF) modules for metro and long-haul applications. The GX76471 integrates quad lanes of driver with SPI circuitry for DC controls on a single die. Each channel of driver has 100Ω differential AC-coupled input and 55Ω differential DC-coupled output, and linear output voltage of 2.8Vppd suitable for InP multi-level modulations.
GX76474 - 4-Channel Integrated 64Gbaud Linear Differential Silicon Photonics Modulator Driver
The GX76474 is a low-power, high-performance, quad-channel linear driver chip. It is designed for 400G/600G optical integrated transmitter small-form factor (SFF) modules for metro and long-haul applications. The GX76474 integrated quad lanes of driver with SPI circuitry for DC controls on a single die. Each channel of driver has 100Ω differential AC-coupled input and 60Ω differential interface with an open collector type output stage, and linear output voltage of 4.0Vppd suitable for Silicon Photonics modulator and multi-level modulations.
HXR14450 - Integrated CDR with TIA
The HXR14450 is a quad-channel, low power, linear trans-impedance amplifier (TIA) with an integrated clock and data recovery (CDR) unit. It is a member of the family of optical receiver transmitter array (ORTA) products for high-speed optical interconnects. It is based on PAM4 modulation for next-generation Datacom applications. The HXR14450 integrates a linear trans-impedance pre-amplifier, linear post-amplifier, CDR unit, and a versatile output stage in one chip for higher density and lower power consumption applications.
HXR45400 - 400G PAM4 Linear TIA
The HXR45400 is an extension of low-power, single-ended input, quad channel linear Trans-Impedance Amplifier (TIA) array, and a member of the Optical Receiver Transmitter Array (ORTA) product family. Together with an array of PIN detectors or a group of detectors, the HXR45400 can be used to design a compact linear ROSA for the next generation 400G/800G optical transceivers with advanced modulation schemes. The HXR45400 supports 53GBaud PAM4 applications. This TIA operates in a 3.3V supply or in a 2.9V supply for low power consumption and is designed with the patented adaptive biasing scheme.
HXT14450 - Integrated CDR with VCSEL Driver
The HXT14450 is a quad-channel, low power, linear vertical-cavity surface-emitting laser (VCSEL) driver with an integrated clock and data recovery (CDR) unit. The chip is designed for MMF PMD Short-Reach applications that support 200G per port with a signaling rate up to 56Gbps PAM4 modulation. In conjunction with the HXR14450 – a quad-channel transimpedance amplifier (TIA) receiver with an integrated CDR, one can produce compact quad small form factor QSFP-type modules to serve high speed optical interconnects in data center applications.
HXT45411-4 - 400G PAM4 EML Driver
The HXT45411-4 is a low-power, high-performance, quad-channel linear driver, designed for 4 × 112Gb/s PAM4 EML–based transceivers. The HXT45411-4 is a small form-factor (SFF) packaged surface mount device (SMD) with differential inputs and single-ended outputs consisting of 4 × 56Gbaud broadband amplifier channels, each capable of driving a linear output voltage of 2.0VPP, suitable for 4λ 400G PAM-4 applications. Combining the HXT45411-4 driver with an EML array or a group of discrete EMLs enables designs for compact linear transmitters for the next generation of 400G/800G optical transceivers.
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