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Járó, Gábor
Hilt, Attila
Zólomy, Attila
Berceli, Tibor
2021-06-18T08:11:00Z
2021-06-18T08:11:00Z
1997-08
http://hdl.handle.net/10890/15509
ln wideband optical communications the bandwidth and the noise of optical receivers are crucial problems. The application of a distributed amplifier instead of a transimpedance amplifier in an optical receiver has the advantage of high speed and low noise t1], p] The characteristics of an optical receiver are not only determined by the parameters of the photodiode (PD) and the distributed ampli{ier driven by the diode, but they are also greatly influenced by the matching circuit [3]. ln this paper the gain and the input equivalent noise current of the amplifier are compared in diflerent matching configurations. 0ne of the matching circuits has been experimentally verified as well.hu_HU
enhu_HU
Noise Properties of Optical Receiversusing Distributed Amplificationhu_HU
Folyóiratcikkhu
Kiadói változathu_HU
Open accesshu_HU
Járó Gábor, Hilt Attila, Zólomy Attila, Berceli Tibor, HTEhu_HU
Villamosmérnöki és Informatikai Karhu_HU
3103994
1997-08
0866-5583hu_HU
vol. 48.hu_HU
1997hu_HU
HTEhu_HU
Budapesthu_HU
Journal on Communicationshu_HU
Műszaki tudományokhu_HU
noisehu_HU
optical receiverhu_HU
distributed amplifierhu_HU
Tudományos cikkhu_HU
32hu_HU
35hu_HU
Villamosmérnöki tudományokhu_HU


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