22 November 1996 Radio frequency optoelectronic receiver for high-performance analog systems
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Optoelectronic receiver arrays have been developed for analog radio-frequency photonic links. The monolithic optoelectronic integrated circuits contain photodetectors and transimpedance preamplifiers that are based on InGaAs/InAlAs/InP heterojunction bipolar transistors. These receivers also contain on-chip DC-blocking filters and impedance-matching circuits, as needed for analog applications. Some receivers accommodate signals greater than 18 GHz and others have effective responsivities greater than 11 A/W. Receivers having separate chips of photodetector arrays and transimpedance amplifier arrays have also been developed. The photodetector arrays are passively aligned to optical fibers by means of silicon carriers.
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Daniel Yap, Daniel Yap, Y-M. Xie, Y-M. Xie, Robert H. Walden, Robert H. Walden, Y. K. Brown, Y. K. Brown, M. B. Kardos, M. B. Kardos, F. Williams, F. Williams, } "Radio frequency optoelectronic receiver for high-performance analog systems", Proc. SPIE 2844, Photonics and Radio Frequency, (22 November 1996); doi: 10.1117/12.258997; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.258997
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