The M02006 from MACOM is a low-noise Transimpedance Amplifier with Automatic Gain Control (AGC), fabricated in sub-micron CMOS. It has a receiver sensitivity of -40 dBm at 155 Mbps when integrated into a module with suitable photodiode and post-amplifier. The 115 MHz bandwidth allows a wide range of operations suitable for 100, 125, and 155 Mbps.
The M02006 provides a typical differential gain of 200 kOhm at low signal levels. It is designed to operate over the input range of +3 dBm to -39 dBm at long wavelengths. This device consumes 165 mW of power and has a power-supply noise rejection of up to 35dB. It is available in a die package that measures 1.01 x 0.96 mm and its wide dynamic range, differential output, and high PIN bias make it well suited for telecommunication applications.