Development of Optical Transmitter and Receiver for 10Gbit/S Lightwave System
Recent progress in optical devices and electronic devices enables developing lightwave transmission systems with the bit rate of 10Gbit/s. At present, worldwide developments of the 10Gbit/s lightwave transmission system are being carried out competitively. In this paper, we report on the development and the test results of 10Gbit/s optical transmitter board and optical receiver board, which consists of small functional blocks developed using hybrid integrated circuits and microwave integrated circuits.
KeywordsOutput Buffer Operate Frequency Range Emitter Follower Microwave Integrate Circuit Frequency Lock Loop
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