The CMOS Optical Receiver
The optical receiver is one of the key elements of an optical fiber telecommunication system. It converts the optical power coming from the fiber back into an electrical signal that is then further processed by electronic circuits. Hereto, the receiver contains an optical to electrical converter, mostly a photodiode, followed by one or more amplifier stages.
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