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Circuit Design Proposal for Multi-GBit/s CDMA over Fibre using Distributed Topologies

Darwazeh, IZ; Pimenta, M; (2009) Circuit Design Proposal for Multi-GBit/s CDMA over Fibre using Distributed Topologies.

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Abstract

A novel circuit design technique for integrated circuits capable of encoding and decoding high-speed spread spectrum signals is proposed and verified by simulation. The transversal distributed topology allows operation at speeds close to the cut-off frequency of the transistors employed. Results describe a Monolithic Microwave Integrated Circuit (MMIC) compatible with 40 GBit/s systems applications and suitable for signal generation and detection in 40 GChip/s CDMA systems.

Type:Article
Title:Circuit Design Proposal for Multi-GBit/s CDMA over Fibre using Distributed Topologies
UCL classification:UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Engineering Science > Electronic and Electrical Engineering

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