AFBR-2310Z Fiber Optic Receiver for Multi GHz Analog Links

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The AFBR-2310Z is a compact, high performance, cost effective receiver for multi GHz analog communication over single mode optical fiber.

The receiver incorporates a wide bandwidth, low dark current InGaAs/InP PIN photodiode packaged inside a TO-header, together with a high performance E-pHEMT RF amplifier and its bias network.

A receptacle designed according to the CEI/IEC 61754-13 standard allows coupling of the optical signal by means of a FC fiber patchcord.

The receiver is optimized for operation at 1310 nm and 1550 nm but may be used over a wide wavelength range ranging from 850 nm to 1600 nm, with reduced performance.

The amplifier low noise figure and PIN high responsivity allow for a high sensitivity and thus a high splitting ratio in branched Passive Optical Networks.

Access to the RF output as well as bias of PIN and amplifier is through a flexible printed circuit board. The RF output requires external AC coupling.

The receptacle is designed for assembly into a properly shaped aperture in the customer box wall or fixture.


  • Compact package
  • Low dark current PIN
  • High performance RF amplifier
  • FC Single mode fiber connectorized optical receptacle
  • Low power consumption
  • Flex interconnect to customer PCB
  • Minimal external circuitry required
  • RoHS6 compliant
  • Pairs to AFBR-1310Z Fiber Optic Transmitter for Multi GHz analog links


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Lifecycle Status



  • RoHS6
    Fully Compliant

Lifecycle Status


Substance Compliance

  • RoHS6
    Fully Compliant
Specification Value
Lifecycle Active
Distrib. Inventory Yes
Data Rate Analog optical link
Emitter FP Laser
Fiber Type Singlemode Glass
RoHS6 Compliant Y
Maximum Distance (m) 1310
Max Qty of Samples 2
Nominal Optical Wavelength (nm) 1310
Form Factor Industrial


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AFBR-1310Z Fiber Optic Transmitter for Multi GHz Analog Links