Comprising a lithium niobate-based external modulator, active bias control circuit, and the newly introduced OC192 RF amplifier

March 20, 2001

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PHOENIX -- Optical components and subsystemsmanufacturer Micro Photonix Integration Corporation (MPI) todayannounced the introduction of its OC-192 Transmitter. Comprised of MPI’slithium niobate-based external modulator, active bias control circuitand the newly introduced OC-192 RF Amplifier, the unit comes in acompact, MSA-sized package. The OC-192 Transmitter is available with orwithout a laser light source to allow customers maximum flexibility. Thetransmitter will be marketed along with MPI’s existing OC-192 modulatorand OC-192 RF Amplifier product lines. MPI will demonstrate the unit atthe Optical Fiber Conference March 19-21 in Anaheim, Calif.

“The OC-192 Transmitter marks another step in MPI’s development as botha component and subsystems company,” said Henry Hung, MPI’s founder andCEO. “We believe our customers will continue to demand the superiorcombination of price and performance that our integrated solutionsdeliver.”

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