10 November 1986 Evaluation Of Jitter Factor In Self - Timed Regenerative Repeater For Optical Fibre Communication System
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Proceedings Volume 0670, Optical Fibres and Their Applications IV; (1986) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.938995
Event: Optical Fibres and Their Applications, 1986, Warsaw, Poland
Abstract
Jitter factor is defined as the ratio of jitter standard deviation (j.s.d) at the output of the timing circuit when to the input a correlated binary pulse train is fed, to the j.s.d. at the output of the timing circuit when pulses in the tuned circuit input train are statistically independent. It is assumed that pulses in the input train are correlated due to the line code and that the train is described by a function of Markov Chain. Assuming a simple model of timing extraction circuit, a method of evaluation of jitter factor is outlined and some examples are given.
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Mieczyslaw Rydel, Mieczyslaw Rydel, } "Evaluation Of Jitter Factor In Self - Timed Regenerative Repeater For Optical Fibre Communication System", Proc. SPIE 0670, Optical Fibres and Their Applications IV, (10 November 1986); doi: 10.1117/12.938995; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.938995
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