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Design issues, test techniques and the resulting measured data from a standardscompliant 622 MBd reference design used in OC-12 ATM/SONET/SDH applications are examined in this paper. This design... (View Full Article)
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This application note describes the basics of jitter in transmission systems and, using HOTLink™ as the example, shows how it can be analyzed and measured. Specific characterization data is... (View Full Article)
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Abstract-Digital circuits have been developed to interface superconductive electronic chips with high speed 50-O transmission lines. Digital data at 2 Gigabits per second was transferred fioin a... (View Full Article)
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The topic of jitter is becoming increasingly critical to the proper design of digital subsystems. In the past, digital designers were largely concerned with functional issues. Now, in addition to... (View Full Article)
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Abstract-We measured a signal current waveform by using a high-Ti superconductor (HTS) sampler with a 1-ps delay be tween every sampling point. The maximum time differential obtained in the measured... (View Full Article)
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The JS-1000 is a high-performance, characterization / verification solution for testing electrical components or modules in optical transport communication systems with the utmost accuracy and... (View Full Article)
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The purpose of this application note is to provide design guidance, test techniques, performance data and suggested layout recommendations for a 622 MBd ATM/SONET/SDH physical layer interface... (View Full Article)
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Differential interfaces offer superior noise immunity because the devices amplify the difference between the signals. Assuming that any noise is coupled onto both inputs in the same way, then the... (View Full Article)