A source-synchronous double-data-rate parallel optical transceiver IC

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Source-synchronous double-data-rate (DDR) signaling is widely used in electrical interconnects to eliminate clock recovery and to double communication bandwidth. This paper describes the design of a parallel optical transceiver integrated circuit (IC) that uses source-synchronous DDR optical signaling. On the transmit side, two 8-b electrical inputs are… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/TVLSI.2005.850101

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@article{Gui2005ASD, title={A source-synchronous double-data-rate parallel optical transceiver IC}, author={P. Gui and Fouad E. Kiamilev and X. Q. Wang and M. J. MacFadden and X. L. Wang and N. Waite and M. W. Haney and C. Kuznia}, journal={IEEE Transactions on Very Large Scale Integration (VLSI) Systems}, year={2005}, volume={13}, pages={833-842} }