Taehyoun Oh

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A continuous-time multiple-input multiple-output crosstalk cancellation (MIMO-XTC) architecture operating at 2–6 Gb/s has been proposed. The performance of the XTC equalizer has beenmeasured with various spacings of FR4 channels and data rates. The crosstalk energy reutilization technique efficiently handles crosstalk and achieves high signal integrity in(More)
A crosstalk cancellation and signal reutilization (XTCR) algorithm implemented with analog-IIR networks dramatically improves signal integrity across 4 closely-spaced single-ended PCB traces. The prototype XTCR design implemented in 65 nm CMOS improves the measured average horizontal and vertical-eye openings of the 4 channels by 37.5% and 26.4% at 10 BER,(More)
A new low-power Tx FIR driver has been developed targeting for LPDDR4 applications. Both conventional and proposed Tx FIR drivers are designed in 130 nm CMOS process and their performances are compared. The proposed 4Gb/s FIR driver gets the vertical and horizontal eye-opening by 64.9% and 89.2%, each respectively, at −14.2 dB of channel loss at Nyquist(More)
We describe a multiple-input multiple-output crosstalk cancellation (MIMO-XTC) architecture, particularly applicable to single-ended I/O. The MIMO architecture efficiently cancels crosstalk and improves jitter and eye-opening at the same time. A continuous-time prototype design was fabricated using a 130nm CMOS process and occupies 0.03mm<sup>2</sup>of die(More)
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