Electromagnetic Crosstalk Penalty in 2.5GB/s and 10GB/S Serial Optical Modules
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Electromagnetic crosstalk poses a serious problem in advanced serial communication modules. This paper focuses on the primary sources of crosstalk penalty in a 2.5 Gb/s optic transceiver and a 1OGb/s optic transponder. A novel method to quantify the crosstalk penalty by observing a receiver's bit-error-ratio (BER) versus transmitter to receiver signal phase is proposed. A coupled microstrip transmission line model is also explored to demonstrate inductive crosstalk coupling.
Xiaomin Jin, Fei Wang, Keith D. Lystad, and Musoke H. Sendaula. "Electromagnetic Crosstalk Penalty in 2.5GB/s and 10GB/S Serial Optical Modules" The 7th International Symposium on Antennas, Propagation, and EM Theory (ISAPE2006): Guilin, China.. Oct. 2006.
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