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Fujitsu unveils 8bit, 28nm CMOS ADC

Posted: 19 Mar 2013     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:Fujitsu  ADC  CMOS  optical transport system  Ethernet 

Fujitsu has released an ADC as the first in its family of 8bit, power-efficient, 28nm CMOS converters. The device is geared for large-scale global deployment of single-wavelength, 100Gb/s optical transport systems, and provides a solution for future short-range optical and backplane interconnects, indicated the company.

Now in its third generation of process technology, the ADC supports sampling rates from 55-70Gsps with scalable analogue bandwidth.

In addition to their use in 100Gb/s long-haul and metro optical transport networks, solutions based on advanced modulation techniques—combined with high-speed, high-resolution low-power converters—can address the increasing bandwidth demands of a number of other sectors. These include inter- and intra-datacentre optical links for 100Gb/s Ethernet, as well as high-speed electrical interconnects across PCB or backplane channels. As in the Metro transport market, increasing bandwidth and traffic demands are pushing high-speed converter designs to be more flexible and power-efficient.

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