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The G8909-01 InGaAs PIN photodiode array from Hamamatsu Corp. is suitable for integration into DWDM monitors using arrayed waveguide gratings. The photodiode array, which measures 22.0 x 2.0 x 2.5 mm, has a 0.9- to 1.7-µm spectral response range, 250-µm pitch and 40-channel parallel readout. Typical specifications include crosstalk of -33 dB, dark current of 0.02 nA and photosensitivity of 0.9 A/W at 1.31 µm and 0.95 A/W at 1.55 µm.

Photonics Spectra
Feb 2003

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