Amplifier

Feb. 1, 1996

Amplifier

A GaAs wideband limiting amplifier is used for optical receiver chains. It converts data input voltages ranging in amplitude from 30 to 1000 millivolts to a constant output voltage of 500 millivolts. The amplifier accommodates Sonet OC-48 and SDH STM-16 standards.

Anadigics Inc.

Warren, NJ

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