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Adaptive equalization for serial digital interface

Hing Sang Derek Tam

Adaptive equalization for serial digital interface

by Hing Sang Derek Tam

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Published by National Library of Canada in Ottawa .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Thesis (M.Sc.) -- University of Toronto, 1998.

SeriesCanadian theses = -- Thèses canadiennes
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination1 microfiche : negative. --
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19150621M
ISBN 100612341402
OCLC/WorldCa46573752

• Robust adaptive cable equalization for up to meters of Belden A at Gbps, up to meters of Belden A at Gbps, and up to or controlled through a standard four-wire serial digital interface. Furthermore, it features advanced diagnostic capabilities such as cable length indication, loss of signal. When the MUTE pin is set HIGH by the application interface, the serial digital output of the device will be forced to a steady state. When the MUTE pin is set LOW, the serial digital output of the device will be active. 15 NC – – No Connect. 16 VCC_A Analog Power Most positive power supply for the analog circuitry of the device.

Adaptive equalization and data recovery in a dual-mode (PAM2/4) serial link transceiver Abstract: To achieve high bit rates link designers are using more sophisticated communication techniques, often turning to 4PAM transmission or decision-feedback equalization (DFE). Previously developed adaptive equalization techniques have been used to filter the effects of intersymbol interference from the transmitted data in the signal.

This book introduces readers to the design of adaptive equalization solutions integrated in standard CMOS technology for high-speed serial links. Since continuous-time equalizers offer various advantages as an alternative to discrete-time equalizers at multi-gigabit rates, this book provides a detailed description of continuous-time adaptive.   Systems with high speed serial links often have serial channels which result in signal distortion described as insertion loss, reflection, cross-talk, and other channel impairments. Receiver.


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Adaptive equalization for serial digital interface by Hing Sang Derek Tam Download PDF EPUB FB2

This thesis deais with the design and implementation of an adaptive equalization system for a digital senai interface. The serial video signal is a Zlevel PAM signal with a data rate of 27OMbiWs. The adaptive system is a mixed-mode system which tunes the zeros of an FIR analog programmable : Hing Sang Derek Tam.

Serial digital interface (SDI) is a family of digital video interfaces first standardized by SMPTE (The Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers) in For example, ITU-R BT and SMPTE M define digital video interfaces used for broadcast-grade video.A related standard, known as high-definition serial digital interface (HD-SDI), is standardized in SMPTE M; this provides a Organization: SMPTE (The Society of Motion.

Adaptive equalization can be used to improve digital data transmission on wireless links with time-varying multipath distortion. This paper summarizes some of the performance aspects of adaptive equalization in wireless by: 1. MACOM’s portfolio of professional video products includes cable equalizers specifically designed to compensate for the losses that Serial Digital Interface (SDI) video signals accumulate when transmitted across long 75Ω copper cables.

6G/3G/HD/SD-SDI Adaptive Cable Equalizer The M is a multi-rate, highly integrated, adaptive cable equalizer for the next generation of SDI and DVB-ASI video as well as digital audio applications. Adaptive equalization for serial digital interface book provides adaptive, low noise, high gain equalization for 75 Ohm coaxial cable at SDI data rates from Mbps to Gbps.

Adaptive receive equalization. The device recovers the data from one or two FPD-Link III serial streams and translates the data into a Camera Serial Interface (CSI-2) format that can support video resolutions up to WUXGA and p60 with bit color depth.

Preinstalled library with a suite of digital models to enable worst-case timing. Austin, M. Decision-feedback equalization for digital communication over dispersive channels.

IEEE Int'l Research Laboratory of Electronics Technical Report, Google Scholar; Yuan, F., Al-Taee, A., Ye, A., & Sadr, S. Design techniques for decision feedback equalization of multi-Gbp1s serial data links: A state-of-the-art review. open-in-new Find other Serial digital interface (SDI) ICs Description.

The LMH 3-Gbps HD – SD SDI Adaptive Cable Equalizer is designed to equalize data transmitted over cable (or any media with similar dispersive loss characteristics). The DSRT is a four-channel retimer with integrated signal conditioning.

The device includes a fully adaptive continuous-time linear equalizer (CTLE), clock and data recovery (CDR), and a transmit de-emphasis (DE) driver to enable data transmission over long, lossy and crosstalk-impaired highspeed serial links to achieve BER.

13 SCLK Digital Input Burst-mode clock input for the Gennum Serial Peripheral Interface (GSPI) host control/status port. V CMOS input with k pull-down. Refer to Section for more details. 14, 15 VSS Power Most negative power supply for digital core logic.

Connect to GND. 16 VDD Power Most positive power supply connection for digital. • Cable Equalization: SDI receivers use adaptive cable length equalization to compensate for signal loss in the coax cable. An external cable equalizer can be used to equalize the Application Note: Xilinx FPGAs XAPP (v) Decem Serial Digital Interface (SDI) Physical Layer Implementation Author: John F.

Snow R. The adaptive equalizer has length N = 10, which allows perfect zero-forcing equalization, and is implemented using one of the adaptive filters investigated in this chapter.

The eigenvalue spread of the regressor autocorrelation matrix is Adaptive equalization of the serial input stream Pin provides compensation for transmission medium Digital Audio Interface Digital Audio Interface VDDIO (V or V) VDD (V) DS90UAQ1 4-Channel Audio ADC TDM I2S I2S 4-Channel Audio ADC.

A link status (LOCK) output signal is provided. The DS90URQ is ideally suited for bit color applications. White balance lookup tables and adaptive Hi-FRC dithering provide the user a cost-effective means to enhance display image quality.

Serial transmission is optimized with user selectable receiver equalization. Adaptive pre-equalization was the basis for early PNM tools, and remains an important part of the latest tools.

A big thanks to Broadcom’s Bruce Currivan (now retired) and CableLabs’ Tom Williams, for the time they took several years ago to explain to yours truly some of the basics of adaptive equalization.

Adaptive equalization for TDMA digital mobile radio Abstract: Adaptive equalization for a TDMA (time-division multiple-access) digital cellular system is discussed.

A survey of adaptive equalization techniques that includes their performance characteristics and limitations and their implementation complexity is presented. The speed of serial interface through a backplane channel suffers severe ISI (Inter Symbol Interference) caused by the limited bandwidth of the channel.

In order to overcome the bandwidth limit, a pulse shaping circuit or an adaptive equalizer is used. This paper presents the comparison between two approaches. Standard search with a direct link to product, package, and page content when applicable. Digital Interface Adaptive EQ Prog.

6 dB Gain LOS Mute SDI SDO0 SDO1 MUX † SD, HD and 3G Data Rate Detection † Optional four-wire serial digital interface † Very low power consumption: mW (single output), mW (dual output) † Power down and mute features † Industrial operating temperature range: 40 °C to +85 °C Applications.

7 SDIN Digital Input Host Interface Serial Data Input. 8 SCLK Digital Input Host Interface Serial Clock Input. 9 VEE_O Power Most negative power supply connection for the output buffers, digital IO and digital circuits. Connect to GND. 10, 11 DDO, DDO Output Serial digital differential output.

12. The transceiver offerings cover the gamut of today’s high speed protocols. The GTH and GTY transceivers provide the low jitter required for demanding optical interconnects and feature world class auto-adaptive equalization with PCS features required for difficult backplane operation.

After the equalization, the vertical eye opening is improved significantly, and the residual jitter at the output of the equalizer is 46 ps ( UI).

Hunagund P V and Rajesh R B Adaptive filters in digital transmission based on improved LMS algorithm International Conference on Wireless Wang Y, Xu C et al A 5-Gb/s serial-link.The CLC is an adaptive equalizer that reconstructs serial digital data received from transmission lines such as coaxial cable or twisted pair.

Its transfer function approximates the reciprocal of the cable loss characteristic. The block diagram in Equalizer CLC