Abstract

We demonstrate up to 173.22-Gb/s direct-detection transmission using a balanced photodetector wire-bonded to a 28-nm CMOS fully-differential gain-tunable TIA. Both 100-Gb/s PAM4 and capacity-maximized adaptively-loaded DMT are studied for up to 2-km SSMF transmission.

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