Georgios Asmanis

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Multi-mode fibers (MMF) are typically used in LAN applications, in links which may reach or exceed 300 meters. Widespread use of electronic dispersion compensation (EDC) for MMF is prompted by the ratification of the 10GBASE-LRM standard [1]. A number of studies have demonstrated the superiority of MLSD for this application (see [2] and references therein).(More)
A 10.3GS/s ADC with 5GHz input BW and 6 bit resolution in 90nm CMOS is presented. The architecture is based on an 8 way interleaved/ pipelined ADC using open-loop amplifiers and digital calibration. The measured performance is 5.8 ENOB (36.6dB SNDR) for a 100MHz input signal and 5.1 ENOB (32.4dB SNDR) for a 5GHz input (Nyquist) with phase offset correction(More)
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