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Jinho

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interconnect chip

I would like to interconnect two chips at 94GHz and then make a module, but it has different impedance. So I hope to design interconnction between two chips for matching impedance. It's not wire bonding and not flip chip
I hope anybody recomend book
 

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Kindly use optical isolation ICs i.e. optocouplers.
 

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hmmmm......

Hamdard, please suggest an optocoupler type that will work at 94GHz.

...or read the question carefully.

Brian.
 

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At 94GHz, each pulse of light would have a length of 3mm (each pulse is a ray or pencil of light 3mm long) travelling behind an earlier similar pulse. !!!
 

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