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56+ Gb/s serial transmission using duo-binary signaling

(2015) DesignCon 2015, Proceedings. 10TH-3. p.1-23
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In this paper we present duobinary signaling as an alternative for signaling schemes like PAM4 and Ensemble NRZ that are currently being considered as ways to achieve data rates of 56 Gb/s over copper. At the system level, the design includes a custom transceiver ASIC. The transmitter is capable of equalizing 56 Gb/s non-return to zero (NRZ) signals into a duobinary response at the output of the channel. The receiver includes dedicated hardware to decode the duobinary signal. This transceiver is used to demonstrate error-free transmission for different PCB channel lengths including a state-of-the-art Megtron 6 backplane demonstrator.

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De Keulenaer, Timothy et al. “56+ Gb/s Serial Transmission Using Duo-binary Signaling.” DesignCon 2015, Proceedings. Vol. 10TH-3. 2015. 1–23. Print.
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De Keulenaer, T., De Geest, J., Torfs, G., Bauwelinck, J., Ban, Y., Sinsky, J., & Kozicki, B. (2015). 56+ Gb/s serial transmission using duo-binary signaling. DesignCon 2015, Proceedings (Vol. 10TH-3, pp. 1–23). Presented at the DesignCon 2015.
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De Keulenaer, Timothy, Jan De Geest, Guy Torfs, Johan Bauwelinck, Yu Ban, Jeffrey Sinsky, and Bartek Kozicki. 2015. “56+ Gb/s Serial Transmission Using Duo-binary Signaling.” In DesignCon 2015, Proceedings, 10TH-3:1–23.
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De Keulenaer, Timothy, Jan De Geest, Guy Torfs, Johan Bauwelinck, Yu Ban, Jeffrey Sinsky, and Bartek Kozicki. 2015. “56+ Gb/s Serial Transmission Using Duo-binary Signaling.” In DesignCon 2015, Proceedings, 10TH-3:1–23.
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De Keulenaer T, De Geest J, Torfs G, Bauwelinck J, Ban Y, Sinsky J, et al. 56+ Gb/s serial transmission using duo-binary signaling. DesignCon 2015, Proceedings. 2015. p. 1–23.
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T. De Keulenaer et al., “56+ Gb/s serial transmission using duo-binary signaling,” in DesignCon 2015, Proceedings, Santa Clara, CA, 2015, vol. 10TH–3, pp. 1–23.
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  abstract     = {In this paper we present duobinary signaling as an alternative for signaling schemes like PAM4 and Ensemble NRZ that are currently being considered as ways to achieve data rates of 56 Gb/s over copper.
At the system level, the design includes a custom transceiver ASIC. The transmitter is capable of equalizing 56 Gb/s non-return to zero (NRZ) signals into a duobinary response at the output of the channel. The receiver includes dedicated hardware to decode the duobinary signal. This transceiver is used to demonstrate error-free transmission for different PCB channel lengths including a state-of-the-art Megtron 6 backplane demonstrator.},
  author       = {De Keulenaer, Timothy and De Geest, Jan and Torfs, Guy and Bauwelinck, Johan and Ban, Yu and Sinsky, Jeffrey and Kozicki, Bartek},
  booktitle    = {DesignCon 2015, Proceedings},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Santa Clara, CA},
  pages        = {1--23},
  title        = {56+ Gb/s serial transmission using duo-binary signaling},
  volume       = {10TH-3},
  year         = {2015},
}