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3.8 Gbit/s bipolar master/slave D-flip-flop IC as a basic element for high-speed optical communication systems

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2 Author(s)
Rein, H.-M. ; Ruhr-Universitÿt Bochum, Institute of Electronics, Bochum, West Germany ; Reimann, R.

A high-speed bipolar master/slave D-flip-flop IC for many applications in future optical communication systems is presented. The circuit can be used up to 3.8 Gbit/s at 5 V supply voltage. It was fabricated in a silicon planar technology similar to today's production technologies with standard 2 ¿m design rules, but without needing polysilicon emitter and super self-aligned processes.

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Electronics Letters  (Volume:22 ,  Issue: 10 )