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Optical to Electrical Converter

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MINNEAPOLIS, Dec. 27, 2016 — Optical to Electrical Converter ModulesThe o2e direct-current-coupled optical to electrical converter module from Coherent Solutions has a bandwidth of 25 GHz.

The amplified output of o2e makes it a perfect match for real-time oscilloscopes. The versatile o2e has a multimode input that accepts both multimode and single-mode input fibers and a broad 830 to 1600-nm wavelength coverage makes it compatible with a wide range of applications.

The o2e enables optical R&D engineers to unleash the power of real-time oscilloscope measurement for PAM4 intensity modulated optical signals, as it lets them measure streaming, non-repetitive data without the need for a trigger signal.
Dec 2016

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