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9 April 2015

Marktech launches high-speed 0.9-1.7μm InGaAs PIN photo-detector

Marktech Optoelectronics of Latham, NY, USA, whose capabilities span wafer growth through finished packaging and custom solutions, says that its newest series of InGaAs PIN photodiode near-infrared detectors – with a standard spectral range of 0.9-1.7μm - offers low noise, high sensitivity and high-speed response.

MarktechPackaged in a TO-46 metal can with active areas of 0.1mm, 0.3mm and 0.8mm, applications include optical communication devices such as receivers, sensors and high-speed fiber modules. In particular, for telecoms and other high-speed applications they offer considerable speed improvements over the existing offerings, it is claimed.

"This series of InGaAs photo-detectors are ideally suited for data communications applications with very high data rates, low dark current and capacitance along with very small active areas," says chief technology officer Vincent Forte.  

Through its expertise in optoelectronic packaging, Marktech offers the high-reliability TO-46 metal can packages as well as custom package options. Additional testing and sorting options are also available through the firm's on-site testing lab.

Marktech is exhibiting in booth 321 at the SPIE DSS 2015 event in Baltimore, MD, USA (21-23 April).

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