Quantifi Photonics: QCA Series High-Speed Communication Analyzer

Feb. 21, 2024
Quantifi Photonics’ High-Speed Communication Analyzer (QCA) is a digital sampling oscilloscope to test and validate the analog characteristics of high-speed communication designs used in datacom and telecom applications.

Quantifi Photonics’ High-Speed Communication Analyzer (QCA) is a digital sampling oscilloscope to test and validate the analog characteristics of high-speed communication designs used in datacom and telecom applications. The QCA is optimized for testing in high-volume manufacturing to enable the scaling of high-speed interconnects and communication technologies and addresses the requirement for high-density, parallel testing. Quantifi offers electrical and optical versions of the QCA in combination with its VISEYE™ analysis software and graphical user interface for optimum measurement throughput in manufacturing. In addition, Quantifi Photonics offers the QCR Series of Clock Recovery modules to facilitate the triggering of the QCA for optimum measurement accuracy. Target applications are 25G, 50G, 100G and 200G per channel high-speed IO SerDes and gearboxes, AI engines, optical transceivers, Integrated Photonics, Silicon Photonics, Co-Packaged Optics, and In-Package Optical IO technology.

Judge’s Comment: “A compact test solution that can be built into customized larger test systems for DVT or manufacturing testing.”

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