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To the author's knowledge, this is the highest transimpedance gain-bandwidth product of any reported, over 40 GHz, preamplifiers.
In general, the efficiency of an electrooptical device is defined by the gain-bandwidth product (8), which is measured to be 1.7.
The gain-bandwidth product of an element is proportional to the volume of the element.
On the other hand, combining the outputs from a number of active devices in parallel increases the output power without improvement of the gain-bandwidth product [12].