Laser Pigtailed for CATV Transmission, RF transmission, Analog Signal Reception
The working wavelength of the InGaAs PIN PD is 1100nm~1650nm. The InGaAs coaxial pigtail laser detector diode is widely used in CATV transmission, RF transmission, analog signal reception, and more. We also offer InGaAs pulsed APDs, which are known for their high dynamic range and low dark current, making them ideal for use in OTDR systems.
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The 3-10g 1100nm-1650nm ingaas INGaAS coaxial pigtail pin photo diode employs a small, coaxial package and InGaAs detector chip. It has the features of little power consumption, small dark current, low return loss, good flexibility, great linearity, compact design, small volume, high reliability, and long use life.
The APD/avalanche photo diode (3G InGaAs pulse APD diode pins for OTDR) is a p-n junction photodetector made of silicon or germanium. By applying a reverse bias voltage to the p-n junction, the photons of the incident light will strike the electrons to pass them through the junction resulting in photoelectric current flows.
As an experienced InGaAs coaxial pigtail laser detector diode (analog optical active component ROSA) manufacturer. We also offer InGaAs Coaxial Plug in laser diodes, plug in InGaAs coaxial photodetector diode modules, butterfly laser diodes, and more.