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Cable equaliation using adaptive analog filters

Kapil Mohan Kamra

Cable equaliation using adaptive analog filters

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

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Thesis (M.Sc.) -- University of Toronto, 1996.

SeriesCanadian theses = -- Thèses canadiennes
The Physical Object
Pagination2 microfiches : negative. --
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16990213M
ISBN 100612192911

An adaptive line equalizer has been developed for Mbps Fast Ethernet data communication up to m UTP (Unshielded Twisted Pair) cable. The proposed adaptive equalizer is designed for um CMOS process. The designed equalizer has low power . The EQCOT8 is a multi-rate adaptive cable equalizer, designed to restore signals received over Cat 5 equalization applied. CLI (Cable length Indicator) is an analog output. The voltage on the pin is The equalizer controls a multiple pole analog filter which compensates for attenuation of the cable, as illustrated in Figure 5. TX FFE can be implemented as an FIR filter by using unit time delay elements (flip-flops) and current steering DAC circuit as shown in Figure 3(a). Compared with implementing a FIR filter at the receiver side, it is generally easier to build high-speed digital-to-analog converters versus receive-side analog-to-digital converters. † Robust adaptive cable equalization for up to meters of Belden A at Gbps, up to meters of Belden A at Gbps, and up to meters of Belden A at Mbps † Integrated jitter cleaner for 3G/HD-SDI use with automatic rate † Individually controllable dual .

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Cable equaliation using adaptive analog filters by Kapil Mohan Kamra Download PDF EPUB FB2

• cable lines – the fact that A linear adaptive equalization filter at the receiver can be used to minimize frequency selective fading.

In this paper, image transmission through OFDM. As a low-complexity method used to compensate for cable-length dependent signal distortion, adaptive analog equalization with two controlled parameters is proposed: one parameter determines a frequency-independent receiver gain, the other parameter controls the transfer characteristic of a variable analog receive-filter by: A continuous-time 4-tap FIR equalizer designed for loss compensation in backplane links is presented in this chapter.

FIR filters are attractive to enhance the equalization performances of high-speed wire line receivers, providing high flexibility to match the channel frequency response and compatibility with simple adaptation techniques.

Particular care is taken to address critical issues of. Adaptive equalization performs a function similar to that of a cable amplifier’s fixed-value plug-in equalizer. Rather than equalizing the entire downstream or upstream RF spectrum, it deals with just a single channel.

Adaptive means the equalizer can change its characteristics as channel conditions change. analog adaptive filters. Algorithmic and circuit techniques for combating these problems will be discussed. Alternative adaptation algorithms will also be presented. Finally, the third part of the tutorial brings together material presented in the first two sections by focusing on practical applications of analog adaptive filters.

Both established. Adaptive filters are used widely to provide equalization in data modems that transmit data over speech-band and wider bandwidth channels.

An adaptive equalizer is employed to compensate for the distortion caused by the transmission medium. Its operation involves a training mode followed by. As depicted in Figurein adaptive system identification, the objective is to estimate an unknown system from its input and output observations given by x (k) and d (k), hout this book we restrict our attention to discrete-time signals and systems, so the independent time index k is an integer.

A model for the adaptive filter is chosen based on prior knowledge of the. Nowadays most filters are designed using software, the cook book table method used in this book is a thing of the past, however I teach undergraduate analog electronics and part of the subject is devoted to active filters and I find this book to be a great resource when teaching active filters from the academic perspective, specially when used Reviews: (Optional) Design and Analysis of Analog Filters: A Signal Processing Perspective - Chapters 1 and 2 ( pages) Once the above concepts are clear, you will gain an intuitive understanding of filter design.

There after you can pick any of the recommended digital filter design books and I assure you that most of it will be a cakewalk. CHAPTER 8: ANALOG FILTERS SECTION INTRODUCTION Filters are networks that process signals in a frequency-dependent manner.

The basic concept of a filter can be explained by examining the frequency dependent nature of the impedance of capacitors and inductors. Consider a voltage divider where the shunt leg is a reactive impedance.

Adaptive Equalization • Equalizers may be trained at data link startup, or they may be continuously adaptive – Cable lengths don’t change often, and service is interrupted when they do • Adaptive analog methods include – Mapping equalizer p-p input voltage to α (John Mayo’s method, [4]).

Adaptive filters play an important role in modern digital signal processing (DSP) products in areas such as telephone echo cancellation, noise cancellation, equalization of communications channels, biomedical signal enhancement, active noise control, and adaptive control systems.

Adaptive filters work generally for adaptation of signal-changing environments, spectral overlap between noise and. 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. 4. Designing CMOS analog adaptive continuous time equalizer filter. In the first step we should calculate transfer function of the filter.

So for equalizing this abovementioned cable, the inverse of the loss equation is calculated. In fact a GM-C lowpass filter for amplitude boosting at. 9.D Convergence Time of Adaptive Filters 9.E Learning Behavior of Adaptive Filters 9.F Independence and Averaging Analysis 9.G Interpretation of Weighted Energy Relation 9.H Kronecker Products 10 BLOCK ADAPTIVE FILTERS Transform-Domain Adaptive Filters Motivation for Block Adaptive Filters An illustration of an open book.

Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio An illustration of a " floppy disk. Channel Equalization Method, Using Adaptive Filters, Combating Non-Linear Distortion and Intersymbol Interference for Multipath Fading Channels by Mohammad Foad Anaghi.

The signal sampled at the symbol rate is sent to signal processing circuits such as adaptive FIR filters for equalization and polarization demultiplexing, carrier-phase estimators, and decoders. On the other hand, when the sampling is done asynchronously, we usually need to use ×2 oversampling to remove the aliasing effect [ 12 ].

Automated equalization is usually accomplished using a tapped delay line, also known as a transversal filter. The block diagram of such a device is shown in Figure 2. Lucky et al. [31] discuss the fundamentals of transversal filter theory and applications.

The delay line shown has a total of N=2L+1 tap points, located at T seconds delay intervals. Gbps, up to Meters of Belden A at The LMH 3-Gbps HD – SD SDI Adaptive Cable Gbps, or up to Meters of Belden A Equalizer is designed to equalize data transmitted at Mbps over cable (or any media with similar dispersive loss.

Adjustable Cable Equalizer Combines Wideband Differential Receiver with Analog Switches by Jonathan Pearson Download PDF Originally intended to carry LAN traffic, category-5 (Cat-5) unshielded twisted-pair (UTP) cable has become an economical solution in many other signal-transmission applications, owing to its respectable performance and low cost.

GS Adaptive Cable Equalizer 1 of 17 Data Sheet - 3 March GS Adaptive Cable Equalizer Key Features • SMPTE M, SMPTE M and SMPTE M compliant • Automatic cable equalization • Multi-standard operation from Mb/s to Gb/s • Performance optimized for Mb/s, Gb/s and Gb/s.

The prototype adaptive equalizer operates up to Gb/s over a m RG coaxial cable with V supply and dissipates 80 mW. Moreover, the equalizing filter in manual adjustment mode operates.

The MAX adaptive equalizer recovers losses incurred in the transmission of a composite video (CVBS) signal over unshielded twisted-pair (UTP) cable.

The device fully recovers losses for cable lengths of up to m and greatly improves signal quality for cable lengths of up to m. The device automatically adapts to all cable lengths for CVBS signals with color burst and allows fixed-equalization.

The GS is a low-power, configurable multi-rate re-timing cable equalizer/cable driver supporting rates up to 3G UHD-SDI. It can be configured to equalize or drive signals over 75Ω coaxial cable. It includes DC restoration to compensate for the DC content of SMPTE pathological test patterns.

Since the GS is a re-timing device, extremely low output jitter is achievable even at extended cable/trace. modulation, used 2-bit Digital-to-Analog Converters (DACs) and Analog-to-Digital Converters (ADCs), and included pre-programmed analog filters for channel equalization.

This paper describes equalization techniques with adaptive implementations that have been developed for and tested on an 8 GSa/s serial-link transceiver employing either 2-PAM or. An adaptive cable equalizer for 10 Gb/s broadband data, using a SiGe BiCMOS process, is presented.

The circuit consists of a feed-forward equalizer that compensates for a copper cable length between 4 and 15 feet. Adaptation is performed by sensing the transition time of the equalizer output using a circuit based on the source-coupled node of a differential pair.

This book is Volume IV of the series DSP for MATLAB™ and LabVIEW™. Volume IV is an introductory treatment of LMS Adaptive Filtering and applications, and covers cost functions, performance surfaces, coefficient perturbation to estimate the gradient, the LMS algorithm, response of the LMS algorithm to narrow-band signals, and various topologies such as ANC (Active Noise Cancelling) or system.

Power Extended Reach Adaptive Cable Equalizer is designed to equalize data transmitted over cable (or any media with similar dispersive loss characteristics). The equalizer operates over a wide range of data rates from Mbps to Gbps and supports STSTSTSTand DVB-ASI standards.

The LMH device provides extended cable reach. These factors make the adaptive analog filters an attractive alternative in respect to the digital ones in practical applications such is the case of the equalization or matching of mobile terrestrial communication channels, echo suppressors etc.

The majority of the adaptive analog filters that have been proposed in literature, use the. Then, new structures are proposed to implement the different building blocks of the adaptive equalizer: line equalizer, loop-filters, power comparator, etc. The authors demonstrate the design of a complete low-power, low-voltage, high-speed, continuous-time adaptive equalizer.

3G-SDI Reclocking Adaptive Cable Equalizer The GS is a low-power, multi-rate re-timing Cable Equalizer supporting rates up to 3G HD-SDI. It is designed to equalize and restore signals received over m coaxial cable at 3G, compensate for DC content of.

electrical link using TX FFE equalization and RX CTLE+DFE equalization. Figure 1 High-Speed Electrical Link with Equalization Schemes. TX Feed-Forward Equalization Transmit equalization is the most common technique in highspeed links design.

It is usually - implemented through an FIR filter. GV Adaptive Cable Equalizer Final Data Sheet Rev. 1 November 4 of 16 10, 11 SDO, SDO Analog Output E qualized serial digital differential output.

12 VEE_D Analog Power Most negative power su pply for the digital circuitry and output buffer. Connect to GND. 13 VCC_D Analog Power Most positive power supply for the digital I/O pins of the.

Analog telecommunications Audio lines. Early telephone systems used equalization to correct for the reduced level of high frequencies in long cables, typically using Zobel kinds of equalizers can also be used to produce a circuit with a wider bandwidth than the standard telephone band of Hz to kHz.

Method and circuit for adaptive equalization of multiple signals in response to a control signal generated from one of the equalized signals: Kim et al. / Low pass filter: Stoicescu et al. / A LOW POWER, DC-BALANCED SERIAL LINK: Dally et al.

/   The adaptive equalizer core occupies an area of mm 2 and consumes a power consumption of mW with V power supply. Experiment results demonstrate that the equalizer could compensate for a designed cable loss with UI peak-to-peak jitter. Home › Tutorials on Digital Communications Engineering › Tutorial 26 – All my filters – Analog, Digital and Adaptive Tutorial 26 – All my filters – Analog, Digital and Adaptive Posted on Decem by Charan L.

Posted in — 9 Comments ↓. An integrated two-parameter adaptive cable equalizer using continuous-time filters Abstract: This paper describes an analog continuous-time adaptive cable equalizer that can be implemented in a standard CMOS integrated circuit technology.

The equalizer can be designed with as many poles and zeros as are necessary to compensate for cable distortion. tuning range and high speed. Experimental results of a Mb/s transmit pulse-shaping filter verify the proposed adaptive techniques and highlight practical problems.

This prototype is the first demonstration of an analog adaptive filter operating in the VHF range. Attaining a. 3G/HD/SD-SDI Long Reach Adaptive Cable Equalizer Pin Compatibility to Legacy SDI Cable Equalizers. Application Note. Products Affected: M, M, M, M, M, M, and M Scope.

To facilitate the use of MACOM's latest long reach adaptive cable equalizer family as a drop-in compatibility replacement option. More complicated Wiener filters can be designed, using the Shannon-Bode [2] approach, to be causal and optimal in the least squares sense. A nice perspective on this is given by Kailath [3].

The discussion of Wiener filters will be made with regard to discrete-time digital filters rather than analog filters. The reason for this is that the.equalization response of the CLC and CLC The gain at MHz is about 43dB.

This maximum gain is achieved when the cable length is a maximum. But the equalizer also operates at maximum gain and bandwidth when the input is not connected to a cable. No-signal is a minimum signal condition. In both cases, the equalizer gain is a maximum.Adaptive Techniques for Mixed Signal Sytem on Chip discusses the concept of adaptation in the context of analog and mixed signal design along with different adaptive architectures used to control any system first part of the book gives an overview of the different elements that are normally used in adaptive designs including tunable elements as well as voltage, current, and time.