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The first experimental demonstration of a forward error correction (FEC) for 10-Gb/s optical communication systems based on a block turbo code (BTC) is reported. Key algorithms, e.g., extrinsic… (More)
In this letter, we developed, for the first time, 10.3-Gb/s burst-mode 3R receiver incorporating a full automatic gain control optical receiver and 82.5-GS/s over-sampling clock and data recovery… (More)
We describe the design concept and performance of a 3-bit soft-decision IC, which opens a vista for new terabit-capacity optical communication systems by dramatically improving the capability of… (More)
We have developed a 2-bit 32 Gsample/s soft decision LSI for low-density parity-check code FEC at 100 Gb/s in 0.13 mum SiGe-BiCMOS which generates confidence bit with 25 mVpp sensitivity.
10.3Gb/s burst-mode 3R receiver incorporating full AGC optical receiver and 82.5GS/s sampling CDR for 10G-EPON is, for the first time, developed. Burst receiver sensitivity of -30.1dBm and upstream… (More)
A burst-mode bit-synchronization IC applied to the upstream transmission in a gigabit Ethernet passive optical network (PON) was experimentally verified to have a large tolerance for pulse-width… (More)
New very high-speed 82.5-GS/s sampling IC and its incorporated burst-mode CDR compliant for 10G-EPON is presented. The 82.5-GS/s sampling CDR successfully achieved a high pulse-width distortion… (More)
We present a new 10 Gbps-based PON burst-mode CDR with a 0.13 um BiCMOS quad-rate sampling IC and decision-algorithm for optimum recovery-data selection. Instantaneous burst-mode recovery of the… (More)
A block turbo code FEC compatible with G.709 has been fully integrated on VLSI. Combining this with a 3-bit soft decision ASIC enabled a net coding gain of 10.1 dB at 12.4 Gb/s with 23.6% redundancy.
We demonstrate a novel 10G-EPON dual-rate CDR using single 82.5 GS/s sampling IC and dual-rate decision logic that achieves rapid burst-mode lock time of 37 ns at 10.3 Gbps in BER=10<sup>−3</sup> and… (More)