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Silicon bipolar chipset for SONET/SDH 10 Gb/s fiber-optic communication links

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6 Author(s)
L. I. Andersson ; High Speed Electron. Res. Center, Ericsson Radar Electron. AB, Molndal, Sweden ; B. G. R. Rudberg ; P. T. Lewin ; M. D. Reed
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High-speed multiplexers, demultiplexers, frequency dividers, mixers, and amplifiers are key electronic components in high-speed fiber-optic communications systems such as SONET/SDH. In this paper, we present several important digital and analog integrated circuits (IC) which have been developed for use in SONET/SDH 10 Gb/s optical communication links. The circuits have been fabricated in MOSAIC 5E, an advanced silicon bipolar technology (fT=26 GHz). The resulting chipset which amounts to a total of 10 IC's consists of multiplexers, demultiplexers, a regenerative frequency divider (2:1), a dual output limiting amplifier, and two different types of mixers for clock extraction. Specifically, the design and performance of these IC's and a hybrid clock recovery module are discussed. The high performance and potential low cost of this research chipset show that advanced silicon bipolar circuit technology can play an important role in future multigigabit fiber-optic communication systems

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IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits  (Volume:30 ,  Issue: 3 )