10 April 1997 High-speed HBT technologies and circuits for optical communication
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Abstract
Optical networks and their requirement for ever-increasing data rates provide a continuing challenge for electronic circuits. Here we review a number of circuits, implemented in heterojunction bipolar transistors (HBTs), and technologies that have been developed for 40 Gbit/s optical interconnection. These approaches include, multielement arrays for freespace, or guided transmission, wavelength division multiplexing (WDM) of several channels onto different wavelengths, and circuits that attempt to realized 40 Gbit/sec modulation rates directly by time division multiplexing (TDM). The circuit design challenges presented by these various approaches to 40 Gbit transmission are covered as well.
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Kenneth D. Pedrotti, Kenneth D. Pedrotti, Klaus R. Runge, Klaus R. Runge, Stephen M. Beccue, Stephen M. Beccue, R. Pierson, R. Pierson, A. Price, A. Price, Dolly Wu, Dolly Wu, Raymond Yu, Raymond Yu, P. J. Zampardi, P. J. Zampardi, Keh-Chung Wang, Keh-Chung Wang, } "High-speed HBT technologies and circuits for optical communication", Proc. SPIE 3038, High-Speed Semiconductor Lasers for Communication, (10 April 1997); doi: 10.1117/12.271460; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.271460
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