23 February 1987 Gaas Monolithic Receiver And Laser Driver For Ghz Transmission Rates
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Proceedings Volume 0716, High Frequency Optical Communications; (1987) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.937452
Event: Cambridge Symposium-Fiber/LASE '86, 1986, Cambridge, MA, United States
Abstract
As the availability of commercial GaAs integrated circuits increases, gigabit optical fiber transmission systems will soon be a reality. Since commercially available lasers and PIN diodes already operate well over a gigabit, the only limiting factor to commercially feasible high data rate systems are the high speed circuits required in the transmitters and receivers. The circuits that require ultra high speed are shown in Figure 1. Microwave Semiconductor Corp. has recently announced a fiber optic chip set that will perform each function shown in Figure 1, excluding the laser and PIN diode. This paper will describe two of the new GaAs integrated circuits, the laser driver and the transimpedance receiver circuit, that operate above a gigahertz.
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A. Schlier, A. Schlier, M. Kane, M. Kane, T Laverick, T Laverick, D C Fowlis, D C Fowlis, J Herman, J Herman, } "Gaas Monolithic Receiver And Laser Driver For Ghz Transmission Rates", Proc. SPIE 0716, High Frequency Optical Communications, (23 February 1987); doi: 10.1117/12.937452; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.937452
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