April 1, 2000

A 10-Gbit/s transmitter/receiver pair provides data transmission for more than 2 km. The transmitter uses a directly modulated laser at 1310 nm to convert an electrical input at 9.953 Gbit/s to optical output. The SONET/SDH-compliant receiver uses a PIN photodetector and supports wavelengths from 1200 to 1600 nm.

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