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Balanced Fiber-Optic Receiver, 320-1000 nm Silicon Detectors, 80 MHz
$1,761
Balanced Optical Receiver, 320-1000 nm Silicon Detector, 80 MHz, Free Space
$1,761
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In Stock
Balanced Fiber-Optic Receiver, 900-1700 nm InGaAs Detector, 80 MHz
$1,761
3 Weeks
3 Weeks
Balanced Optical Receiver, 900-1700 nm InGaAs Detector, 80 MHz, Free Space
$1,761

Specifications

Features

Reduces Common-Mode Noise by 25 dB

Balanced photoreceivers work by subtracting the photocurrent from two well-matched photodetectors. Common-mode noise that is present on both the reference and signal beams (such as laser intensity noise) is cancelled out and doesn’t appear as part of the signal. Any imbalance between the photocurrents generated by the reference and signal photodetectors, whether intentional or unintentional, is amplified and is seen as the signal. This reduces common-mode noise by up to 25 dB so that you can see your signal.

High Gain and Low Noise

The 80 MHz Balanced Photoreceivers feature high gain of up to 4x104 V/A while maintaining very low noise.