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InGaAs Avalanche Photodiode

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OSI Laser Diode InGaAs Avalanche PhotodiodeThe LAPD 3050 InGaAs avalanche photodiode module from OSI Laser Diode Inc. is designed for light-level detection and signal transmission applications.

The 50-µm active area device features low dark current, low back reflection and a high speed of 2.5 Ghz in a miniature package. With spectral response from 1000 to 1650 nm at 25 °C, the typical operational wavelength is 1550 nm.

The module is housed in a hermetically sealed, three-pin coaxial package and coupled to a single-mode fiber pigtail. The overload-tolerant LAPD 3050 is ideal for use in optical time-domain reflectometers, line receivers and long-haul applications.

Photonics Spectra
May 2017

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