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Modeling Adaptive Techniques in High-Speed Communication Systems

Originální název

Modeling Adaptive Techniques in High-Speed Communication Systems

Anglický název

Modeling Adaptive Techniques in High-Speed Communication Systems

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

One of the major problems with any transmission media used for digital communicationsin High-Speed SerDes (serializer / deserializer) devices is inter-symbol interference, ISI forshort. This paper gives an overview of the causes of ISI and its effect on the reception quality of digital data. The available techniques for limitation of ISI, particularly equalization, including transmitter pre-emphasis and receiver equalization are discussed and modeled. A comparison between analog and digital implementations of equalization techniques with a commercial equalizer by Maxim will be presented along with the advantages of both methods.

Anglický abstrakt

One of the major problems with any transmission media used for digital communicationsin High-Speed SerDes (serializer / deserializer) devices is inter-symbol interference, ISI forshort. This paper gives an overview of the causes of ISI and its effect on the reception quality of digital data. The available techniques for limitation of ISI, particularly equalization, including transmitter pre-emphasis and receiver equalization are discussed and modeled. A comparison between analog and digital implementations of equalization techniques with a commercial equalizer by Maxim will be presented along with the advantages of both methods.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT33245,
  author="Břetislav {Ševčík}",
  title="Modeling Adaptive Techniques in High-Speed Communication Systems",
  annote="One of the major problems with any transmission media used for digital communicationsin High-Speed SerDes (serializer / deserializer) devices is inter-symbol interference, ISI forshort. This paper gives an overview of the causes of ISI and its effect on the reception
quality of digital data. The available techniques for limitation of ISI, particularly equalization, including transmitter pre-emphasis and receiver equalization are discussed and modeled. A comparison between analog and digital implementations of equalization techniques with a commercial equalizer by Maxim will be presented along with the advantages of both methods.",
  booktitle="Proceedings of the 16th conference student EEICT 2010",
  chapter="33245",
  howpublished="electronic, physical medium",
  year="2010",
  month="april",
  pages="42--47",
  type="conference paper"
}