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Datasheet: V23809-E1-E17 (Infineon Technologies AG)

MM 1300 NM Escon Serial Transceiver

 

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ESCON is a registered trademark of IBM
Fiber Optics
FEBRUARY 2002
SHORT PIN
V23809-E1-E16
LONG PIN
V23809-E1-E17
Multimode 1300 nm ESCON Serial Transceiver
FEATURES
Compliant with ESCON and SBCON standards
Transceiver includes transmitter, receiver and ESCON/
SBCON receptacle
Transceiver mates keyed ESCON/SBCON connector
Data rates for ESCON/SBCON applications from
10 to 200 MBd
Data rates for individual applications from
10 to 300 MBd
Transmission distance of 3 km and more
Single power supply of 3.0 V to 5.5 V
Extremely low power consumption <0.7 W at 3.3 V
PECL differential inputs and outputs
System is optimized for 62.5 and 50 m graded index
fiber
0.7" spacing between optical interface of transmitter and
receiver
Through-hole technology with either 2.5 mm or 3.5 mm
pin length
Low profile for high slot density
APPLICATIONS
ESCON architecture
High speed computer links
Local area networks
High definition/digital television
Switching systems
Control systems
Regulatory Compliance
Absolute Maximum Ratings
Exceeding any one of these values may destroy the device
immediately.
Supply Voltage (
VCCVEE
)........................................ 0.5 V to 7 V
Data Input Levels (PECL) (V
IN
)................................... V
EE
to V
CC
Differential Data Input Voltage (
V
IN
)..................................... 3 V
Operating Ambient Temperature (T
AMB
) ................. 0 C to 85C
Storage Ambient Temperature (T
STG
)................ 40 C to 100 C
Humidity/Temperature Test Condition (R
H
)................ 85%/ 85C
Life Test Condition (Operating) (T
AMB
/Life) .......... 115C/ 1000 h
Soldering Conditions, Temp/Time
(MIL-STD 883C, Method 2003) .............................270 C/ 10 s
ESD Resistance (all pins to V
EE
, human body)
(MIL-STD 883C, Method 3015) ....................................... 1.5 kV
Output Current (I
O
) ........................................................... 50 mA
Feature
Standard
Comments
Electromagnetic
Interference (EMI)
FCC 47 CFR Part 15,
Class B
EN 55022 Class B
CISPR 22
Noise frequency
range:
30 MHz to 1 GHz
Immunity:
Electrostatic
Discharge
EN 61000-4-2
IEC 1000-4-2
Discharges of
15 kV
with an air discharge
probe on the recepta-
cle cause no damage.
Immunity:
Radio Frequency
Electromagnetic
Field
EN 61000-4-3
IEC 1000-4-3
With a field strength of
10 V/m rms, noise fre-
quency ranges from
10 MHz to 1 GHz
Eye Safety
IEC 825-1
Class 1
(2.5) .098
short pin
(3.5) .138
long pin
(11.53)
.454
max.
(10.58)
.417
max.
(
0.46)
.018
28 pins
(2.54) .1
(15.24) .6
PCB
(75.5)
2.972
(15.88) .625
(34) 1.34
(10.16) .4
(19.05)
.75
.159
(4.05)
(32) 1.26
(1.6) .063
(0.6) .024
(45.8) 1.8
(38) 1.496
1
7
14
20
21
27
40
34
(27.94) 1.1
(10.16) .4
(7.62) .3
(17.78) .7
Receptacle fully complies with
ESCON/SBCON standards
Dimensions in (mm) inches
Fiber Optics
V23809-E1-E16/E17, short/long pin MM 1300nm ESCON Serial Trx
2
DESCRIPTION
The Infineon ESCON/SBCON optical devices, along with the
ESCON/SBCON optical duplex connector, are best suited for
high speed fiber optic duplex transmission systems operating
at a wavelength of 1300 nm. The system is fully compatible
with the IBM ESCON standard and the SBCON standard of
ANSI. It includes a transmitter and a receiver for data rates of
up to 320 MBd. A non-dissipative plastic receptacle matches
the ESCON/SBCON duplex connector.
The inputs/outputs are PECL compatible and the unit operates
from a single power supply of 3.0 V to 5.5 V. As an option, the
data output stages can be switched to static low levels during
absence of light as indicated by the Signal Detect function.
The optical interface of transmitter and receiver have standard
0.7" spacing. The receptacle and connector have been keyed in
order to prevent reverse insertion of the connector into the
receptacle. After proper insertion the connector is securely held
by a snap-in lock mechanism.
The transmitter converts a serial electrical PECL input signal
with data rates of up to 320 MBd to an optical serial signal. The
receiver converts this signal back to an electrical serial signal,
depending on the detected optical rate.
TECHNICAL DATA
The electro-optical characteristics described in the following
tables are valid only for use under the recommended operating
conditions.
Recommended Operating Conditions
Notes
1. For
V
CC
V
EE
(min.,max.). 50% duty cycle. Receiver output loads not
included.
2. To maintain good LED reliability the device should not be held in the
ON state for more than the specified time. Normal operation should
be done with 50% duty cycle.
3. To achieve proper PECL output levels the 50
termination should
be done to V
CC
2 V.
Transmitter Electro-Optical Characteristics
(Values in parentheses are for 300 MBd)
Notes
1. Measured at the end of 1 meter fiber. Cladding modes removed at a
data rate of between 50 and 200 MBd, 50% duty cycle.
2. P
O
[dBm]=10 log (P
O
/1 mW).
3. P
O
(BOL) >20 dBm and P
O
(EOL) >21.5dBm at T
CASE
=60C.
4. Over 10
5
hours lifetime at T
AMB
=35C.
5. Measured at T
CASE
=60C.
6. Full width, half magnitude of peak wavelength.
7. Measured at 200 MBd with Jitter Test Pattern shown in Figure 3. In
the test pattern are five positive and five negative transitions. Mea-
sure the time of the 50% crossing of all 10 transitions. The time of
each crossing is then compared to the mean expected time of the
crossing. Deterministic jitter is the range of the timing variations.
Input duty cycle 50% referred to differential zero.
8. RMS value is measured with 1010 pattern. Peak-to-peak value is
determined as RMS multiplied by 14 for BER 1E-12. Data input
jitter considered to be zero. Noise on input signal must be added
geometrically.
9. Extinction ratio is the logarithmic measure of the optical power in
the OFF state (P
OFF
) to twice the average power (P
O
).
ER=10 log [(2xP
O
)/P
OFF
] (optical power measured in mW), or
E=|P
O
+3 dB| P
OFF
. (optical power measured in dBm).
Parameter
Symbol
Min.
Typ.
Max.
Units
Ambient Temperature
T
AMB
0
70
C
Power Supply Voltage
V
CC
V
EE
3
5.5
V
Supply Current 3.3 V
(1)
I
CC
230
mA
Supply Current 5 V
(1)
260
Transmitter
Data Input High
Voltage
V
IH
V
CC
1165
880
mV
Data Input Low
Voltage
V
IL
V
CC
1810
1475
Threshold Voltage
V
BB
V
CC
1380
1260
Input Data Rise/Fall
Time, 20%80%
t
R
, t
F
0.4
1.3
ns
Data High Time
(2)
t
ON
1000
Receiver
Output Current
I
O
25
mA
Input Center
Wavelength
C
1260
1380
nm
Electrical Output
Load
(3)
R
L
50
1000
Transmitter
Symbol Min. Typ.
Max. Units
Data Rate
DR
0
200
(300)
MBd
Supply Current
l
CC
165
mA
Launched Power (Ave.)
BOL into 62.5 m
Fiber
(1, 2, 3)
P
O
21
(22)
16.5 14
dBm
Launched Power (Ave.)
EOL into 62.5 m
Fiber
(1, 2, 3, 4)
22
(23)
Center Wavelength
(5)
C
1280
1355
nm
Spectral Width
(FWHM)
(6)
l
175
Temperature
Coefficient, Optical
Output Power
TCp
0.03
dB/
C
Output Rise/Fall Time,
20%80%
t
R
, t
F
1.0
1.7
(2)
ns
Deterministic Jitter
(7)
J
D
0.6
0.8
Random Jitter
(8)
J
R
0.06
Extinction Ratio
(Dynamic)
(9)
ER
16
13
dB
Fiber Optics
V23809-E1-E16/E17, short/long pin MM 1300nm ESCON Serial Trx
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Receiver Electro-Optical Characteristics
(Values in parentheses are for 300 MBd)
Notes
1. For V
CC
V
EE
(min., max.). 50% duty cycle. The supply current does
not include the load drive current of the receiver output. Add max.
60 mA for the four outputs. Load is 50
to V
CC
2 V.
2. Measured at the end of 1 meter and at a duty cycle of 50%.
Cladding modes are removed.
3. P
O
[dBm]=10 log (P
O
/1 mW).
4. Measured at BER=1E12, 200 MBd transmission rate and 50% duty
cycle 2
7
1 PRBS pattern. Center wavelength between 1200 nm and
1500 nm. Fiber type 62.5/125 m/0.29 NA or 50/125 m/0.2 NA. Input
optical rise and fall times are 1.2 and 1.5 ns (20%80%) respectively.
5. Over 10
5
hours lifetime at T
AMB
=35C.
6. Indicating the presence or absence of optical power at the receiver
input. Signal detect at logic High when asserted. All powers are
average power levels. Pattern 2
7
1 at 200 MBd.
7. Load is 50
to V
CC
2 V. A minimum measurement tolerance
of 50 mV should be allowed due to dynamic measurement of
data outputs.
8. Measured at 200 MBd with Jitter Test Pattern shown in Figure 3. In
the test pattern are five positive and five negative transitions. Mea-
sure the time of the 50% crossing of all 10 transitions. The time of
each crossing is then compared to the mean expected time of the
crossing. Deterministic jitter is the range of the timing variations.
9. Measured at optical input power level greater than 20 dBm.
10.Largely due to thermal noise. Measured at 33.0 dBm. To convert
from specified RMS value to peak-to-peak value (at BER 1E12)
multiply value by 14.
Pin Description
Transceiver to Jumper Installation
Receiver
Symbol Min.
Typ.
Max.
Units
Data Rate
DR
10
200
(300)
MBd
Supply Current
(w/o ECL Outputs)
(1)
l
CC
80
90
mA
Sensitivity (Average
Power) BOL
(2, 3, 4)
P
IN
32.5
(29)
35.5
dBm
Sensitivity (Average
Power) EOL
(2, 3, 4, 5)
32
(28.5)
35
Saturation
(Average Power)
P
SAT
14
Signal Detect
Assert Level
(6)
P
SDA
44.5
36
Signal Detect
Deassert Level
(6)
P
SDD
45
37.5
Signal Detect
Hysteresis
P
SDA
P
SDD
0.5
2.5
4
dB
Signal Detect
Reaction Time
SDreac
3
500
s
Output Low
Voltage
(7)
V
OL
V
CC
1810
1620 mV
Output High
Voltage
(7)
V
OH
V
CC
1025
880
Output Data Rise/Fall
Time, 20%80%
(7)
t
R
, t
F
0.5
0.7
1.3
ns
Output SD Rise/Fall
Time, 20%80%
40
Deterministic
Jitter
(8, 9)
J
D
0.35
0.45
Random Jitter
(10)
J
R
0.15
Pin#
Pin Name
Level/
Logic
Description
1
TxV
BB
PECL
Input
Threshold voltage for
unused input when
transmitter driven with
single ended input sig-
nal
27, 14,
17, 18
TxV
EE
Tx
Ground
Power
Supply
Negative Tx supply
voltage
15, 16
TxV
CC
Tx +3.3 V
to 5 V
Power
Supply
Power supply for Tx
19
TxD
Tx Input
Data
PECL
Input
Transmitter input data
20
TxDn Tx
Input
Data
PECL
Input
Inverted transmitter
input data
21
RxDn
Rx Output
Data
Inverted
PECL
Output
Inverted data output
22
RxD
Rx Output
Data
PECL-
Output
Data output. A logic high
on the pin with a logic
low on complementary
pin means a high-level
of light received
23, 25,
3438
RxV
EE
Rx
Ground
Power
Supply
Negative Rx supply
voltage
24
RxV
CC1
Rx +3.3 V
to 5 V
Power
Supply
Power supply - receiver
buffer & output stages
26, 27
RxV
CC2
Rx +3.3 V
to 5 V
Power
Supply
Power supply preamp &
bias - photodiode
39
RxSD
Rx
Signal
Detect
PECL
Out-
put
active
high
A high level on this
output shows an optical
signal is applied to the
optical input
40
RxSDn
Rx
Signal De-
tect
Inverted
PECL
Out-
put
active
low
A low level on this out-
put shows an optical
signal is applied to the
optical input
Fiber Optics
V23809-E1-E16/E17, short/long pin MM 1300nm ESCON Serial Trx
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Signal Detect Threshold and Hysteresis
Jitter Test Pattern
APPLICATION NOTE
Power Supply Filtering
In most of the applications using ESCON 200 MBd optical
transceivers additional high speed circuits such as switching
power supply, clock oscillator, or high speed multiplexer are
present on the application board. These often create power
supply noise at a high spectral bandwidth caused by very fast
transitions in today's chip technology.
The Infineon ESCON Transceiver Family provides superior EMI
performance with regards to the emission and immission of
radiation and provides immunity against conductive noise.
Some basic recommendations are presented herein to ensure
proper functionality in the field.
Receiver Section
For the receiver part of an ESCON transceiver the footprint
shows 2 power supply sections:
V
CC1
(Pin 24) and V
CC2
(Pins 26, 27).
V
CC1
is the power supply for the post amplifier and the ECL
output stages of the receiver. V
CC2
supplies more sensitive
parts of the receiver.
Pins 26 and 27 are the supply pins for the preamplifier and the
bias for the photodiode.
Transmitter Section
The transmitter consists of only one power supply. Its LED
diode driving current is in the range of 60 mA. This is very high
compared to the switching currents on the receiver section.
To buffer these peaks, external capacitors are recommended.
Capacitors will also reduce ringing on the power supply of the
customer`s board.
Transceiver Filtering
For overall functionality, the sensitive stage of the receiver
section (V
CC2
) must be decoupled from the output stages and
from high switching currents on the transmitter section.
Filtering Circuitry
The use of SMD components is recommended.
Common layout rules, such as short connection between
capacitors and pins, ground layers etc., should be applied for
optimum board design and operation.
0.5 dB
2.5 dB
4 dB
37.5 dBm to 45 dBm
44.5 dBm to 36 dBm
Asserted
Deasserted
delta P
SD
0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1
C3
C4
C2
4.7H
C1
V
CC
RX
(Pin 26 & 27)
V
CC
RX
(Pin 24)
V
CC
V
CC
TX
(Pin 15 & 16)
C1, C2, C3:
100 nF
C4: 2.2 to 6.8 F
Ceramic Capacitors
R9 = 200
R in
5 V
4 V
3.3 V
R1/3
82
100
127
R2/4
130
100
83
R5/7
82
100
127
R6/8
130
100
83
DC coupling between
ECL gates.
Published by Infineon Technologies AG
Infineon Technologies AG 2002
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