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Bifrost to offer ASIC licence for more efficient optic transceivers

Thursday 7 March 2019 | 11:57 CET | News
Bifrost Communications, a spin-off from the Technical University of Denmark's Department of Photonics Engineering, said it will offer licences for its signal processing chip to double the 25 Gbps distance to 20 km for DWDM C-band and L-band systems. CTO Jesper Bevensee Jensen said its application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC) has built-in Chromatic Dispersion Compensation and successfully controls the dispersion and maintains a satisfactory eye diagram. It has applications for data centre interconnections and the 5G network.

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