Edge-emitting LED

Feb. 1, 1995

Edge-emitting LED

ETX 1550FJ-S and ETX 1550Rxx are indium gallium arsenide phosphorus edge-emitting LEDs that have a typical rise and fall time of 3.5 nanoseconds and an input power of 30 milliwatts. Coaxial receptacle and pigtailed versions are available for 50/125-micron multimode fiber. Both modules are used in fiber-optic transmitters for medium to low data rates and distances, and in light sources for test and measurement instrumentation.

Epitaxx Inc.

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