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Finisar's DWDM Transceivers Provide a Convenient Alternative to Traditional DWDM Solutions for Metropolitan Access and Core Network Systems
Therefore, a synchronou serial switch fabric with a transceiver on the port card and a serial switch on the switch card is an ideal choice for CSIX-based applications.
RICHARDSON, Texas -- Sirific Wireless, a fabless provider of single-chip, multi-band CMOS RF transceivers for the 3.
The Aero IIe transceiver offers industry-leading receive and transmit performance in the smallest form-factor for EDGE handsets.
a leading designer and manufacturer of optical transceivers and components, today announced that the company successfully demonstrated 1310 nanometer (nm) vertical cavity surface-emitting laser (VCSEL) transceivers in a 10 gigabit Small Form Factor Pluggable (SFP+) design for the IEEE 802.
The QSFP MSA is the world's first Z-pluggable parallel optical transceiver with multi-vendor support offering customers a variety of purchasing options.
No certification is required for MiWi protocol systems, and the protocol stack is provided under a free license, when the combination of Microchip's microcontrollers and MRF24J40 transceiver is used.
Unlike conventional solutions that implement the analog functions on separate devices or include the data converters on the ASIC, the AD9352 and AD9353 RF transceivers utilize "smart-partitioning," a concept pioneered by ADI, to integrate all the analog signal processing technologyCoanalog-to-digital converters (ADCs), digital-to-analog converters (DACs), and RF functionsCoon a single chip.
We look forward to supporting BroadLight's existing customers and working closely together in the future to deliver transceivers that work seamlessly with their PON controller designs.
This high level of integration results in a 40 percent or greater PCB area reduction when compared with alternative digital interface transceiver solutions.
Lowly-integrated transceivers usually need four or five pieces of IC, which have negative influence on design sophistication, adjusting, size and power consumption.
This, in turn, has fueled the need for deployment of highly reliable, low cost transceiver modules that are used for conversion between optical and electrical signals, a critical technology in the delivery of premium "triple play" services.

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