Low-Power BiCMOS Optical Receiver With Voltage-Controlled Transimpedance

@article{Tadic2007LowPowerBO,
  title={Low-Power BiCMOS Optical Receiver With Voltage-Controlled Transimpedance},
  author={Niksa Tadic and Horst Zimmermann},
  journal={IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits},
  year={2007},
  volume={42},
  pages={613-626}
}
An optical receiver with voltage-controlled transimpedance using a current conveyor and a voltage amplifier monolithically integrated with a PIN photodiode in 0.6 mum BiCMOS technology is presented. The transimpedance is directly proportional to a voltage-controlled resistance, and can be continuously varied by changing its control voltage. Thanks to the mixed current-mode and voltage-mode signal processing, the bandwidth of the optical receiver is virtually independent of the photodiode… CONTINUE READING
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