A 10-Gb/s 0.71-pJ/bit Forwarded-Clock Receiver Tolerant to High-Frequency Jitter in 65-nm CMOS


This brief presents a power-efficient forwarded-clock receiver that is tolerant to high-frequency jitter by mixing filtered clock jitter to data. Due to mixing the filtered clock jitter, the proposed receiver does not include power-hungry delay lines but a phase interpolator, which enables saving significant power consumption. In a prototype receiver… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/TCSII.2015.2482400

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