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January 20th, 2009

Nanotech Semi offers chips for Ethernet over plastic fiber

Abstract:
Nanotech Semiconductor Ltd. (Bristol, England), fabless chip company developing mixed-signal ICs for fiber-based communications applications, has announced the availability of its CMOS chipset for Ethernet over plastic optical fiber (POF).

Nanotech said the components are suitable for Fast Ethernet which typically refers to multiple Ethernet standards that support 100-Mbit per second data transmission.

The NT22010 is an Ethernet receiver IC. It consists of a transimpedence amplifier and a limiting- or post-amplifier with low-voltage differential signaling outputs. It requires no external components within the fiber optic transceiver, Nanotech said. However, with an external component in the form of a photodiode, a light-to-logic system is supplied.

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