Escon transceivers

Oct. 1, 1996

Escon transceivers

A second-generation fiber-optic transceiver operates at 1300 nm and satisfies the 200-Mbit/sec, 2-km performance requirement for IBM Escon applications. Molded optics lens mechanism for connector alignment and light coupling results in high performance and low manufacturing costs. This compact transceiver is housed in an industry-standard 4 ¥ 7-pin package with an integrated duplex Escon connector. It provides 10K- and 100KH-compatible ECL signals and can operate at raised 5V levels.

AMP Inc.

Harrisburg, PA

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