Passband detector module

Jan. 1, 1997

Passband detector module

EPM612FJ-S/M passband detector module offers high responsivity at 1300 nm, with 20-dB attenuation of 1550-nm signals. With a bandwidth greater than 1 GHz, it serves 1.3-micron receivers being used in two-wavelength, single-fiber optical networks running at 155 and 622 Mbits/sec. Capacitance is 0.75 pF, making the unit suitable for use in virtually any receiver in a bidirectional, fiber-to-the-home passive optical network. The detector module is available with either 9/125- (S version) or 50/125-micron (M version) fiber and can be ordered with any industry-standard optical connector.


West Trenton, NJ

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