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Taming electrical solitons - a new direction in picosecond electronics

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3 Author(s)
Ricketts, D.S. ; Harvard Univ., Cambridge, MA ; Xiaofeng Li ; Donhee Ham

The authors recently introduced the first electrical soliton oscillator that self-generates a periodic, stable train of electrical soliton pulses. The soliton oscillator, which has been historically difficult to realize due to the soliton's instability-prone dynamics, was made possible by combining the well-known nonlinear transmission line supporting electrical soliton propagation with an amplifier that "tames" the instability-prone soliton dynamics on the nonlinear line. The ability to self-generate well-controlled solitons demonstrated in this work offers a new direction in picosecond electronics. This paper reviews this recent work and discusses future extensions

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Radio Frequency Integrated Circuits (RFIC) Symposium, 2006 IEEE

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11-13 June 2006

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