HFAN-02.0.1: Parasitic Inductance Effects in 10Gbps Fiber Optic Design

Abstract: Successful 10Gbps optical module design demands careful attention to the sources and effects ofparasitic inductance. The addition of even 0.1nH of inductance can cause significant degradation to therise/fall times, overshoot/ringing, and jitter in the optical output (for reference, a 0.5mm bond wire addsapproximately 0.4nH).

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