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By Francisco Aznar

This e-book describes optical receiver strategies built-in in average CMOS know-how, achieving high-speed short-range transmission inside cost-efficient constraints. those suggestions help brief succeed in purposes, reminiscent of neighborhood quarter networks, fiber-to-the-home and multimedia platforms in autos and houses. The authors convey how one can enforce the optical front-end within the comparable know-how because the next electronic circuitry, resulting in integration of the complete receiver approach within the comparable chip. The presentation specializes in CMOS receiver layout concentrating on gigabit transmission alongside a inexpensive, standardized plastic optical fiber as much as 50m in size. This booklet encompasses a special learn of CMOS optical receiver layout – from development blocks to the approach level.

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There was hardly any demand for an optical medium for high data rates and small distances so that the development of the POF was slowed down for many years. Nowadays, data transmission at multi-gigabit rate over a few meters is demanded, making POF interesting. The material most frequently employed for POF is poly-methyl methacrylate (PMMA). It is an organic compound based on a polymer chain. POF are multimode fiber due to the large diameter (1 mm) of the core, and are commonly manufactured with step-index profile.

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