Kyoto preps 400Gbps photodiode with integral lens

June 30, 2020 //By Peter Clarke
Kyoto preps 400Gbps photodiode with integral lens
Kyoto Semiconductor Co. Ltd. (Kyoto, Japan) has developed a 40GHz photodiode detector for 400Gbps data transmission with lens integrated in the packaging.

The KP-H KPDEH12L-CC1C is made in InGaAs abd supports high-speed data transmission systems inside and between data centers that use the PAM-4 scheme. The part is due to go into mass production in November 2020.

The photodiode has an integrated transimpedance amplifier and the part has passed the Telcordia GR-468-Core, a standard reliability test for communication equipment.

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