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It shows 20% better peak-to-peak TD gauge variation than the previous straight die, EDI says, and can be tuned after start-up in under 5 mm.
0 G peak-to-peak at 5 to 20 Hz vibration and 30 G peak-to-peak at 60 to 200 Hz vibration.
They tend to ignore the quantum-mechanically determined interference effects possible when waves associated with particles such as electrons add together as they meet peak-to-peak or cancel each other as they meet peak-to-trough.
The 1341TL has a typical receiver sensitivity of -20 dBm at a bit error rate (BER) of 10-12 (see Figure 1a), a differential output swing of 700 millivolts peak-to-peak, and an input current overload of 2.
2 volts peak-to-peak differential, typical rise and fall times of less than 15 picoseconds, and typical jitter of less than 1 picosecond rms.
All three TIAs are optimized for use with positive-intrinsic-negative (PIN) photodetectors and are capable of amplifying input currents ranging from 40 microamps peak-to-peak to 3 milliamps peak-to-peak while maintaining a bit error rate (BER) of 10(-12).
This driver offers superior results in terms of output modulation (adjustable from 4 to 8 volts peak-to-peak differential), rise and fall times (8 ps), and added jitter (less than 1 ps rms) while holding power consumption to less than 3 watts.
These devices have a maximum oscillator frequency of 600MHz and a maximum current output of 100mA peak-to-peak.