Finisar sampling 64-Gbaud micro integrated coherent receiver

Sept. 21, 2016
Finisar's (NASDAQ: FNSR) CPRV422XA family of high-bandwidth OIF micro integrated coherent receiver (micro-ICR) Class 40 devices promises to enable coherent transmission systems targeting single-wavelength applications up to 600 Gbps. It supports rates up to 64 Gbaud and more complex modulation formats up to 64QAM.

Finisar's (NASDAQ: FNSR) CPRV422XA family of high-bandwidth OIF micro integrated coherent receiver (micro-ICR) Class 40 devices promises to enable coherent transmission systems targeting single-wavelength applications up to 600 Gbps. It supports rates up to 64 Gbaud and more complex modulation formats up to 64QAM.

"Finisar is continuing to invest in coherent communications technology," says John DeMott, senior director of marketing at Finisar. "In addition to receivers, we are also continuing to enhance the capabilities of our advanced coherent components, including integrated TOSA and ROSA, narrow linewidth lasers, Mach-Zender modulators, and related electronics."

The CPRV422XA Class 40 Micro-ICR is currently sampling and is offered with an evaluation kit to support component and system integration testing.

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