Fiber Optic Receivers

Discrete fiber optic receivers are photodiodes in an adaptive housing used to receive a signal over a fiber optic cable. The device contains no drive circuitry. Fiber optic receivers are differentiated by data rate, receivable power, voltage supply and current consumption. Adaptive housings may accommodate connector types such as FC, PC, SC, SMA, ST, TOSLINK, Versatile link and connector-less solutions.