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By Steyaert M. (ed.), van Roermund A.H.M. (ed.), Casier H. (ed.)

Analog Circuit layout comprises the contribution of 18 tutorials of the 17th workshop on Advances in Analog Circuit layout. each one half discusses a selected to-date subject on new and precious layout rules within the sector of analog circuit layout. each one half is gifted through six specialists in that box and state-of-the-art details is shared and overviewed. This ebook is quantity 17 during this profitable sequence of Analog Circuit layout.

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J. H. Sinsky, M. , “High-Speed Electrical Backplane Transmission Using Duobinary Signaling”, IEEE Trans. On Microwave Theory and Techniques, Vol. 53, No. 1, January 2005 12. V. Stojanovic, A. , “Autonomous Dual-Mode (PAM2/4) Serial Link Transceiver With Adaptive Equalization and Data Recovery”, IEEE J. Solid-State Circuits, Vol. 40, No. 4, April 2005. Top-Down Bottom-Up Design Methodology for Fast and Reliable Serdes Developments in nm Technologies Jan Crols Abstract This paper describes the development of high speed serial data communication links from the viewpoint of signal and circuit complexity.

Key performance metrics for CDR circuits are primarily focused on its noise performance, and include jitter generation, jitter tolerance, and jitter transfer. Achievement of low jitter generation implies that the CDR will produce an output clock that has low jitter in the presence of a clean data input signal. Achievement of high jitter tolerance implies that the CDR will correctly reproduce the data signal at its output despite the presence of high jitter on the data input signal. Finally, achievement of a desired jitter transfer characteristic requires that the CDR lowpass filter the jitter on the data input signal such that its impact on the CDR output clock is appropriately reduced.

Mixed-Signal Implementation Strategies for High Performance Clock and Data Recovery Circuits Michael H. Perrott Abstract In implementing high performance clock and data recovery (CDR) circuits, there is an interesting tradeoff offered between analog and digital circuit implementations. Analog circuits provide a relatively low power and low area approach to performing high speed, continuous-time processing of signals, but lack the ability to perform sophisticated processing tasks that demand high accuracy and repeatability.

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