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84 Gbit/s SiGe BiCMOS duobinary serial data link including Serialiser/Deserialiser (SERDES) and 5-tap FFE

Timothy De Keulenaer (UGent) , Guy Torfs (UGent) , Yu Ban (UGent) , Ramses Pierco (UGent) , Renato Vaernewyck (UGent) , Arno Vyncke (UGent) , Zhisheng Li (UGent) , Jeffrey H Sinsky, Bartlomiej Kozicki, Xin Yin (UGent) , et al.
(2015) ELECTRONICS LETTERS. 51(4). p.343-344
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The increasing demand for bandwidth fuels the development towards high data rate electrical serial links. These links generally suffer from considerable frequency-dependent loss, introducing the need for equalisation at 10 Gbit/s and higher. Modulation schemes with improved spectral efficiency, with respect to non-retrun to zero (NRZ), combined with feed-forward equalisation (FFE), allow increasing the chip-to-chip data rate with the drawback of a more complex, e.g. multi-level, receiver (Rx). The use of duobinary modulation (DB) is presented to realise a high-speed serial link. The increase in complexity of a DB Rx is limited, whereas the required channel bandwidth compared with NRZ is reduced. Furthermore, the need for equalisation when compared with PAM4 is reduced as the required roll-off that is needed to create a duobinary modulated signal from an NRZ stream can incorporate the frequency-dependent loss of the link.

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De Keulenaer, Timothy et al. “84 Gbit/s SiGe BiCMOS Duobinary Serial Data Link Including Serialiser/Deserialiser (SERDES) and 5-tap FFE.” ELECTRONICS LETTERS 51.4 (2015): 343–344. Print.
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De Keulenaer, T., Torfs, G., Ban, Y., Pierco, R., Vaernewyck, R., Vyncke, A., Li, Z., et al. (2015). 84 Gbit/s SiGe BiCMOS duobinary serial data link including Serialiser/Deserialiser (SERDES) and 5-tap FFE. ELECTRONICS LETTERS, 51(4), 343–344.
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De Keulenaer, Timothy, Guy Torfs, Yu Ban, Ramses Pierco, Renato Vaernewyck, Arno Vyncke, Zhisheng Li, et al. 2015. “84 Gbit/s SiGe BiCMOS Duobinary Serial Data Link Including Serialiser/Deserialiser (SERDES) and 5-tap FFE.” Electronics Letters 51 (4): 343–344.
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De Keulenaer, Timothy, Guy Torfs, Yu Ban, Ramses Pierco, Renato Vaernewyck, Arno Vyncke, Zhisheng Li, Jeffrey H Sinsky, Bartlomiej Kozicki, Xin Yin, and Johan Bauwelinck. 2015. “84 Gbit/s SiGe BiCMOS Duobinary Serial Data Link Including Serialiser/Deserialiser (SERDES) and 5-tap FFE.” Electronics Letters 51 (4): 343–344.
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De Keulenaer T, Torfs G, Ban Y, Pierco R, Vaernewyck R, Vyncke A, et al. 84 Gbit/s SiGe BiCMOS duobinary serial data link including Serialiser/Deserialiser (SERDES) and 5-tap FFE. ELECTRONICS LETTERS. 2015;51(4):343–4.
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T. De Keulenaer et al., “84 Gbit/s SiGe BiCMOS duobinary serial data link including Serialiser/Deserialiser (SERDES) and 5-tap FFE,” ELECTRONICS LETTERS, vol. 51, no. 4, pp. 343–344, 2015.
@article{5985134,
  abstract     = {The increasing demand for bandwidth fuels the development towards high data rate electrical serial links. These links generally suffer from considerable frequency-dependent loss, introducing the need for equalisation at 10 Gbit/s and higher. Modulation schemes with improved spectral efficiency, with respect to non-retrun to zero (NRZ), combined with feed-forward equalisation (FFE), allow increasing the chip-to-chip data rate with the drawback of a more complex, e.g. multi-level, receiver (Rx). The use of duobinary modulation (DB) is presented to realise a high-speed serial link. The increase in complexity of a DB Rx is limited, whereas the required channel bandwidth compared with NRZ is reduced. Furthermore, the need for equalisation when compared with PAM4 is reduced as the required roll-off that is needed to create a duobinary modulated signal from an NRZ stream can incorporate the frequency-dependent loss of the link.},
  author       = {De Keulenaer, Timothy and Torfs, Guy and Ban, Yu and Pierco, Ramses and Vaernewyck, Renato and Vyncke, Arno and Li, Zhisheng and Sinsky, Jeffrey H and Kozicki, Bartlomiej and Yin, Xin and Bauwelinck, Johan},
  issn         = {0013-5194},
  journal      = {ELECTRONICS LETTERS},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {4},
  pages        = {343--344},
  title        = {84 Gbit/s SiGe BiCMOS duobinary serial data link including Serialiser/Deserialiser (SERDES) and 5-tap FFE},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1049/el.2014.3817},
  volume       = {51},
  year         = {2015},
}

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