HFAN-03.2.0: Improving Noise Rejection of a PIN-TIA ROSA

© Oct 27, 2004, Maxim Integrated Products, Inc.

Abstract: For successful optical transceiver design, it is essential to maintain a good immunity between the Receiver Optical Sub-Assembly (ROSA) and external noise sources including the transmitter. This application note will address how the electronic elements should be positioned and assembled on a TO header by studying how the noise can be picked up by the components in the ROSA, with the goal of optimized noise rejection performance.

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APP 3381: Oct 27, 2004
APPLICATION NOTE 3381, AN3381, AN 3381, APP3381, Appnote3381, Appnote 3381