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    how to measure current in the TIA

    Thanks, but I mean the real circuit, not the simulation. Any hints?
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    how to measure current in the TIA

    For example, I have two feedback TIAs (with photodiode connected). I want choose the one with large input current signal, and the shunt down the other. So, I have to measure the average current through the TIA, by means of measure the received optical power. Does anybody know how to perform...
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    Low speed Clock and Data Recovery

    Hi, all I am designing a optical receiver with 2 Mbps. However, I could not find an Clock and data recovery (CDR) in that speed, and also CDR consumes a lot of power. Therefore, I am trying to find a clocked comparator to perform the function of the CDR, since the continues comparator will...
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    FPGA receice LVDS signal

    Hi, ads-ee Thanks, I just solve the problem. Before, I forget to connect the gnd of the FPGA to LVDS gnd....
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    FPGA receice LVDS signal

    Hi, all I am using Altera Cyclone lV to receive the "LVDS" data from a clock and data recovery (ADN2813) Below is my schematic,. what I did in the PFGA is, let the pin work as "LVDS" or "LVDS bus", like below: I can successfully receive the data. see "y7" and "rx", they are exactly...
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    Looking for a Fast LED

    WOW, Thanks, The spped is Ok, however, do you know some near infrared LED which works on 850 nm around?
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    Looking for a Fast LED

    Hi, all I am looking a fast LED for optical communication, the data rate is 50 Mbps. So far, the fastest one I can see is SFH4501 with the rise/fall time of 10 ns. So, my question is 1, can this LED be used for 50Mbps communication? 2, is there some faster LED...
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    ISI in optical link

    Yes, usually, the bandwidth is 0.7 or 3/4 of the data rate. This is the trade off between ISI and noise. If your bandwidth is 1/3 of the data rate, for example, 15GHz for 40Gbps. It still works. I just want to know how does ISI do damage to the signal. this two books give a different answer.
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    Single ended to differential in transimpedance amplifier

    could you plz give me a hint how to delete a thread in edaboard, I searched but could not find it. - - - Updated - - - could balun deal with this very low input signal (small than 1mV) ?
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    Single ended to differential in transimpedance amplifier

    Hi, all Does anybody know how to play a single ended to differential conversion in the transimpedance amplifier ? Just like the red circle in the Figure. My input analog signal is 50MHz, amplitude is about very low, about 1mV. So, should I use a balun or fully differential amplifier like...
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    ISI in optical link

    just the receiver, assuming the input is perfectly rectangular.
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    ISI in optical link

    "the same receiver?" I think so. They all talking about optical receiver for NRZ data.
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    ISI in optical link

    Hi, all I get a question for ISI ( inter symbol interference) in optical link. In Razavi'S book,<design of integrated circuits for optical communications> P65, Fig4.2 (b) It says that if the bandwidth of the receiver is 1/4 of the data rate, then voltage decrease due to ISI is roughly...
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    Amplifier between TIA and limiting amplifier ?

    Hi, all I am designing a TIA like this, It is single ended, therefore, I think I need a single end to differential amplifier and then connect to the limiting amplifier (differential input). see red circle in the following figure. Does anybody have a suggestion for this amplifier...
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    Rise time of photodiode?

    Hi, all Does anybody know when the photodiode datasheet says, a photodiode has a rise time of, i.e, 5ns. It means "transit time is 5ns" or " together with the RC network (50ohm load)", the whole rise time is 5ns? Thanks in advance

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