Novel wideband 2–18 GHz clock extraction circuit for optical transmission systems

Novel wideband 2–18 GHz clock extraction circuit for optical transmission systems

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A novel circuit technique that provides wideband clock extraction for digital regenerative repeaters is described. The scheme employs a closed loop electronically tuned YIG filter than can be locked to the fundamental or harmonics of the extracted clock.


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