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Computer-aided design of hybrid and monolithic broad-band amplifiers for optoelectronic receivers

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5 Author(s)
Perennec, A. ; Lab. d''Electron. et Syst. de Telecommun., Brest, France ; Soares, R. ; Jarry, P. ; Legaud, P.
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In very-high-data-rate fiber-optic systems, it is necessary to have an ultrawideband, high-gain, low-noise amplifier after the front end. The authors show how powerful analytical techniques, such as the real frequency technique, can be applied to the design of a 4-MHz-7-GHz amplifier. A two-stage monolithic amplifier designed according to the theory gives 17-dB gain; a three-stage hybrid amplifier exhibits 16-dB gain across the same frequency band. The gain, noise figure, and pulse response of each amplifier are presented

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Microwave Theory and Techniques, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:37 ,  Issue: 9 )