TRANSCEIVER


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TRANSCEIVERTransmitter/Receiver
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These uncertainties include risks related to the assimilation and integration of the fiber optic transceiver business acquired from Infineon, as well as risk associated with the rapidly evolving markets for Finisar's products and uncertainty regarding the development of these markets.
A typical configuration may utilize a single Interconnect Transceiver on a line card and may require 16, 32, or more such transceivers at the switch core.
Hunt Ventures Joins Returning Investors to Take the NEXUS[TM] Family of HSDPA Transceivers to Volume Production
The Aero IIe transceiver is the fourth generation of Silicon Laboratories' proven Aero transceiver family which has shipped in millions of handsets worldwide.
Picolight is a rapidly growing, venture-funded company in a fast-paced optical transceiver and components market.
The QSFP's unique design repackages the existing SFP transceiver to utilize a 12-fiber ribbon instead of individual fibers.
4 transceiver can be combined with roughly 200 8-bit and 16-bit PIC microcontrollers, and dsPIC([R]) DSCs, to provide the most cost-optimized wireless networking solutions," said Ganesh Moorthy, Microchip's executive vice president.
NYSE: ADI), a global leader in high-performance semiconductors for signal processing applications, is demonstrating the first two devices in a family of RF (radio frequency) transceivers for WiMAX (Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access) certified terminals that will help lower the cost and drive the wide-scale deployment of broadband wireless access.
Under the terms of the Agreement, BroadLight will share its transceiver IP with Delta and begin transitioning production of its existing transceiver products to Delta's facility.
Silicon Laboratories' Aero IIed transceiver integrates the RF transceiver and analog baseband (ABB) circuitry in a small monolithic mixed-signal IC pre-validated with leading DigRF basebands to ensure full compatibility and to simplify customer design-in.
SILICON LAB and Infineon are the earliest two transceiver manufacturers adopting CMOS techniques.
Centillium has leveraged its advanced IP and optical networking expertise to create the industry's first fully integrated optical transceiver product families in CMOS technology that provide optical module vendors and service providers transmission rates of up to 2.
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