Albis Optoelectronics: PS60X4 - 800G Photodiode Array with Integrated Lens

Feb. 6, 2022
The Albis PS60X4 is an assembly of four 112-Gbaud photodiode chips flip-chip soldered onto a metallized ceramic carrier with coplanar ground-signal-ground contact layout and a channel pitch of 750 µm.
The Albis PS60X4 is an assembly of four 112-Gbaud photodiode chips flip-chip soldered onto a metallized ceramic carrier with coplanar ground-signal-ground contact layout and a channel pitch of 750 µm. All photodiodes are positioned with high accuracy to guarantee a chip-to-chip alignment of +/- 6 µm. The bottom illuminated p-i-n photodiode structure is optimized for usage in 112 Gbaud PAM-4 (400GbE and 800GbE) transceivers for single-mode telecom and datacom networks.

Judge’s Comment: “Indeed, I believe this is a unique product with superb bandwidth coupling efficiency.”

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