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What does LHD stand for?

LHD stands for Low Harmonic Distortion

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ADA4960-1 Differential Amplifier Key Features and Benefits * 3 dB bandwidth of 5 GHz (AV = 6 dB) * Single resistor programmable gain: 0 dB to 18 dB * Differential or single-ended input to differential output * Low harmonic distortion (HD2/HD3 @ AV = 6 dB) 88/69 dBc @ 250 MHz 77/66 dBc @ 500 MHz 73/72 dBc @ 1 GHz * 63 dBc IMD3 @ 1 GHz * Slew rate: * 8,700 V/s (AV = 6 dB, 2-V pk-pk output) * Fast settling time of 1 ns to 1% and overdrive recovery of 10ns.
Key features of the GX3220 include: * Frequency range up to 28Gb/s * High linearity and low harmonic distortion compliant with the draft 100G OIF recommendations * Supports a variety of photodiodes from vendors * Very low power consumption Ovum's most recent WAN optical components market forecast projects that the volume of 40G receivers will grow from 20K units in 2009 to 183K in 2013 (CAGR 74%) with the 100G WAN optical component market showing similar growth rates starting from 2010.