Paper Title:
A Dicode Signaling Scheme for Capacitively Coupled Interface
  Abstract

In this paper, we present a bandwidth-efficient partial-response signaling scheme for capacitivelycoupled chip-to-chip data transmission to increase data rate. Partial-response coding is knownas a technique that allows high-speed transmission while using a limited frequency bandwidth, by allowingcontrolled intersymbol interference (ISI). Analysis and circuit simulation results are presentedto show the impact of duobinary (1+D) and dicode (1-D) partial-response signaling for capacitivelycoupled interface.

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Chapter
Chapter 6: Information and Communication Engineering
Edited by
Osamu Hanaizumi, Masafumi Unno and Kenta Miura
Pages
296-305
DOI
10.4028/www.scientific.net/KEM.497.296
Citation
Y. Yuminaka, K. Kawano, "A Dicode Signaling Scheme for Capacitively Coupled Interface", Key Engineering Materials, Vol. 497, pp. 296-305, 2012
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December 2011
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