A CMOS implemented transimpedance amplifier design for optical communications
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- 2018 IEEE 10th International Conference on Humanoid, Nanotechnology, Information Technology, Communication and Control, Environment and Management, HNICEM 2018, 2019
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© 2018 IEEE. A transimpedance amplifier for optical communication system is presented in this study. The design includes a regulated cascode and an interleaving active feedback to improve the bandwidth of the transimpedance amplifier. Multiple gain stages are also employed to greatly improve the output voltage. This is implemented in 32 nm CMOS technology using Custom Designer from Synopsys. The circuit is designed to compete with existing transimpedance amplifiers implemented in other technologies in the field of optical communications. The transimpedance amplifier design in this study has a gain of 54 dB and a bandwidth of 9.39 GHz. The layout measures 0.0011mm2 in area and the total power dissipated is 2.94 mW.
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