Fiber optic transceiver AFBR-57H5MZ
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fiber optic transceiver
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SFP, high-speed, data, high-performance, programmable


64GFC SFP56 SWL Fibre Channel Transceiver for Multi-Mode Optical Fiber, 100m Broadcom's AFBR-57H5MZ optical transceiver supports high speed serial links over multi-mode optical fiber at signaling rates up to 57.8 Gb/s PAM4 (the serial line rate of 64GFC). The product is compliant with Small Form Pluggable SFP+ industry agreements for mechanical and low speed electrical specifications. High speed electrical and optical specifications are compliant with ANSI Fibre Channel FC-PI-7. The AFBR-57H5MZ is a multi-rate 850nm transceiver and is compliant with FC-PI-7 specifications for 64GFC, 32GFC and 16GFC over multi-mode fiber. There are sophisticated clock and data recovery circuits (CDRs) present on both electrical input and electrical output of this transceiver. These CDRs will lock at 57.8 Gb/s PAM4, 28.05Gb/s NRZ and 14.025Gb/s NRZ (64GFC, 32GFC and 16GFC) and support auto-speed negotiation (ASN) and link training protocols in the FC-P High-performance 850nm Vertical Cavity Surface Emitting Laser (VCSEL) and PiN diodes Supports 100 meter links over OM4 Multi-mode fiber cable Wide Operating temperature range (0°C to 75°C) Enhanced diagnostic features include two internal high-speed loopbacks EWRAP and OWRAP Auto adaptive electrical input signal equalization and programmable output emphasis Integrated PRBS generator and bit error rate checker Digital Diagnostics per SFF-8472 “Diagnostic Monitoring Interface for Optical Transceivers”, including real time monitoring of: Transmitter average optical power Received average optical power Laser bias current Temperature Supply Voltage Power On Hours


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