A slew-rate controlled transmitter to compensate for the crosstalk-induced jitter of coupled microstrip lines

Abstract

A single-ended transmitter eliminates the crosstalk-induced jitter at receiver by controlling the slew rates of the signal at transmitter for the even and odd modes of two parallel coupled microstrip lines. The transmitter chip in a 0.18 µm CMOS process reduces the total RX jitter by about 38 ps (53%) for the data rates from 2.6 to 5 Gbps, and increases the horizontal eye-opening (BER < 1E-12) by about 21% at 5 Gbps.

DOI: 10.1109/CICC.2010.5617597

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@article{Jung2010ASC, title={A slew-rate controlled transmitter to compensate for the crosstalk-induced jitter of coupled microstrip lines}, author={Hae-Kang Jung and Soo-Min Lee and Jae-Yoon Sim and Hong-June Park}, journal={IEEE Custom Integrated Circuits Conference 2010}, year={2010}, pages={1-4} }