Process Technology Revs Up OC-768 Device Performance

Sept. 1, 2001
Created for the manufacture of analog and digital ICs required by communication systems transmitting data at speeds in excess of 40 Gb/s, the company's process technology is based on an InP heterojunction bipolar transistors. The 1-µm process is

Created for the manufacture of analog and digital ICs required by communication systems transmitting data at speeds in excess of 40 Gb/s, the company's process technology is based on an InP heterojunction bipolar transistors. The 1-µm process is being tapped to manufacture physical-layer ICs for SONET OC-768 applications and circuitry for 10 Gb/s systems that use RZ-encoded data. Succeeding generations of the process are expected to produce devices with performance levels up to 100 Gb/s. For further information, call VITESSE SEMICONDUCTOR CORP., Camarillo, CA. (800) 818-3773.

Company: VITESSE SEMICONDUCTOR CORP.

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