Paper Title:
High-Speed Multiple-Valued Data Transmission Based on Time-Domain Pre-Emphasis Techniques
  Abstract

This paper describes a Pulse-Width Modulation (PWM) pre-emphasis technique which utilizes time-domain information processing to increase the data rate for a given bandwidth of interconnection. The PWM pre-emphasis method does not change the pulse amplitude as for conventional FIR pre-emphasis, but instead exploits timing resolution. This fits well with recent CMOS technology trends toward higher switching speeds and lower voltage headroom. We discuss multiple-valued data transmission based on time-domain pre-emphasis techniques in consideration of higher-order channel effects.

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Osamu Hanaizumi and Masafumi Unno
Pages
260-270
DOI
10.4028/www.scientific.net/KEM.459.260
Citation
Y. Yuminaka, K. Henmi, "High-Speed Multiple-Valued Data Transmission Based on Time-Domain Pre-Emphasis Techniques", Key Engineering Materials, Vol. 459, pp. 260-270, 2011
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December 2010
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