M/A-COM Technology Solutions Inc., a leading supplier of high-performance analog, RF, microwave and optical semiconductor products, today announced the new M02027, next generation high-performance TIA targeted for GPON optical network unit (ONU) equipment.
MACOM's M02027 enables GPON receivers to utilize lower cost PIN photodiodes while offering performance margin in the stringent GPON BOSA-on-Board environment. The device delivers ultra high sensitivity with PIN photodiodes and wide dynamic operating range while offering the best in class power dissipation.
The M02027 is targeted toward GPON ONU, SONET, CPRI base station and SFF/SFP module applications. The device supports multi-data rates between 100 Mbps to 3.125 Gbps with wire bonding flexibility and a single supply of 3.3V. The M02027 provides customers with output data polarity invert function and output average photodiode current for photo-alignment and receiver signal strength indicator (RSSI) average power monitoring.
This new addition to the TIA product line complements MACOM's comprehensive PON product portfolio, which already includes high-performance laser diodes and highly integrated laser drivers with digital monitoring and dual-closed-loop operation for complete PON solutions.
"The new GPON ONU TIA offers superior optical sensitivity and overload performance with low cost PIN photodiode at best in class power dissipation," said
The M02027 will be shown in private demonstrations for customers, partners, press and analysts at CIOE 2015, Booth #1B83,
MACOM is a leading supplier of optical networking products that enable the transition to 100G and beyond. By moving information from the core network to datacenters worldwide, MACOM has the deep product portfolio, technological capabilities, and optical networking expertise to accelerate speed-to-market, enabling FTTx and 10G-400G design and deployment.
The M02027 is in mass production now and available as bare die in waffle pack and wafer on grip frame. Datasheets and additional product information can be obtained from the MACOM website at: www.macom.com.