Source Photonics: 800G 4x200G FR4/LR4 OSFP Transceivers

Feb. 21, 2024
Source Photonics’ 800G 4x200G FR4/LR4 OSFP transceivers represent a critical milestone for developing next-generation 200G per lambda-based 800G and 1.6T optical transceivers.

Source Photonics claims its 800G 4x200G FR4/LR4 OSFP transceivers represent a critical milestone for developing next-generation 200G per lambda-based 800G and 1.6T optical transceivers. The 800G FR4/LR4 OSFP optical modules incorporate the high-power single lambda 200G PAM4 EML lasers assisted with 3D hybrid electro-optical onboard packaging for superior RF characteristics, and with either CWDM4 or LAN-WDM (LWDM) grid low-loss package interconnect design and a WDM multiplexer. The receiving end consists of a highly integrated PIN+TIA receiver array combined with the high-performance start-of-the-art 5nm CMOS DSP equalization algorithm, and the transmission distance can reach up to 2km for CWDM or 10km for LWDM. 

Judge’s Comment: “One of the first to market with a 4x200G 800G transceiver.”

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