Bidirectional fiber-optic link multiplexes at 2 Gbit/s

Terahertz Technologies introduces the LTX7215 Bidirectional Fiber Optic Link that multiplexes one analog and four digital channels over a single fiber at a speed of 2 Gbit/s. The LTX-7215 transceiver digitizes the analog channel to12-bit precision at 100 megasamples per second with signal bandwidth of DC to 25 MHz (-3dB) and voltage ranges of ±1 and ±5 V.

Oct 1st, 2009

Terahertz Technologies introduces the LTX7215 Bidirectional Fiber Optic Link that multiplexes one analog and four digital channels over a single fiber at a speed of 2 Gbit/s. The transceiver digitizes the analog channel to12-bit precision at 100 megasamples per second with signal bandwidth of DC to 25 MHz (-3dB) and voltage ranges of ±1 and ±5 V. The analog signal is multiplexed with up to four independent TTL/CMOS/LVTTL digital signals that can be toggled at rates of up to 50 Mbit/s. The multiplexed signals can be transmitted more than 10 km over a single-mode fiber. Use in conjunction with a digital transceiver, for high-speed analog to digital conversion. Applications include data acquisition for plasma physics experiments, signal transmission and control of equipment at high voltage potentials, operations through Faraday shields, and precise noise-free signal transmission in hostile EMI environments.
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Terahertz Technologies Inc. introduces the LTX7215 Bidirectional Fiber Optic Link that multiplexes one analog and four digital channels over a single fiber at a speed of 2 Gbps. The LTX-7215 transceiver digitizes the analog channel to12 bit precision at 100 mega-samples per second with signal bandwidth of DC to 25 MHz (-3dB) and voltage ranges of ±1 V and ±5 V. The analog signal is multiplexed with up to four independent TTL/CMOS/LVTTL digital signals that may be toggled at rates of up to 50 Mb/s. The multiplexed signals may be transmitted in excess of 10 kilometers over a single mode fiber. Use in conjunction with a digital transceiver, for high speed analog to digital conversion. Applications include data acquisition for plasma physics experiments, signal transmission and control of equipment at high voltage potentials, operations through Faraday shields and precise noise-free signal transmission in hostile EMI environments. Made in the USA.

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