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Coherent Transceiver

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SAN JOSE, Calif., Jan. 24, 2020 — The ClearLight CFP2-DCO transceiver from NeoPhotonics Corp. uses internal optics to support 80 channels of 64-Gbaud data at 75-GHz wavelength channel spacing.

The transceiver supports 400-G transmission in 400ZR and 400ZR+ modes. With 7-nm node digital signal processing technology for favorable optical signal-to-noise ratio and power consumption, the device increases the capacity of an optical fiber by as much as 50 % over standard systems at comparable distances.

The coherent module solution is based on the photonic integrated circuit platform, enabling cloud operators and carriers to create optical interconnects with greater capacity and density. It also provides reduced complexity in high-capacity dense wavelength division multiplex optical networks used in hyper-scale cloud and telecom infrastructure applications.
Jan 2020
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