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Coherent Transmitter-Receiver Optical Subassembly

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SAXONBURG, Pa., April 13, 2020 — Coherent Transmitter-Receiver Optical SubassemblyThe 64-Gbaud integrated coherent transmitter-receiver optical subassembly (IC-TROSA) from II-VI Inc. is designed for 400ZR QSFP-DD datacenter interconnects.

IC-TROSA is a highly integrated coherent optics subassembly with an embedded optical amplifier that can deliver up to 0 dBm of output power in ultra-dense, pluggable form factors, including OSFP and QSFP-DD. It can also support various modulation formats of up to 16 QAM at baud rates of up to 64 Gbaud in a flex-grid environment with full C-band support.
Apr 2020

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