MxL9201

32Gps Quad High-Swing Limiting Driver

Description

The MxL9201 is a quad optical modulator driver module that supports 100Gbps optical transmission. The MxL9201 is housed in a 19mm x 13mm x 2.2mm surface-mount package.
 
The device comprises four channels of high-performance wideband amplifiers with integrated broadband bias-tees. The MxL9201 provides system/subsystem designers with key features such as low power-dissipation, high voltage-drive capability, low output jitter, and excellent input sensitivity for metro and long-reach applications. The module is lead-free and RoHS-compliant.
 

Features

  • Supports data rates up to 32Gbps
  • Integrated broadband bias-tees
  • Four-channel inputs and outputs
  • Adjustable output amplitude range from 5.5Vpp to 7Vpp
  • Low additive jitter of 600fs
  • 0.4Vpp input sensitivity for 6.8Vpp output voltage
  • Low-power dissipation of 7W total for 6.8Vpp output voltage at 6V drain voltage

Documentation

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Application

  • 100Gbps DP-QPSK

Design Tools

Packaging

Parts & Purchasing

Part Number Pkg Code Min Temp Max Temp Status Buy Now Order Samples
MxL9201-AR-T -5 85 Active
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Quality & Environmental Data

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