Outlines the requirements of pulse shaping networks for digital optical receivers and an optimisation strategy (modified Chernoff bound) that has been successfully employed to design these filters for low bit-rate systems. A technology and associated design technique that can be used to extend the design process to systems operating at state-of-the-art bit-rates is outlined. The results presented clearly establish the suitability of the technology and design process for the realisation of pulse-shaping filter structures to meet the exacting requirements of evolving very high bit-rate optical systems.
|Title of host publication||IEE Colloquium on Digital and Analogue Filters and Filtering Systems (Digest No. 1990/091)|
|Place of Publication||London|
|Number of pages||3|
|Publication status||Published - 1990|
Watkins, LR., Lane, PM., & O'Reilly, JJ. (1990). Broadband pulse shaping microstrip filters for gigabit optical communications. In IEE Colloquium on Digital and Analogue Filters and Filtering Systems (Digest No. 1990/091) (pp. 13/1-13/3).  IEEE. http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/190264/