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Showing 2 results for Subject: Optical Electronics

Mr Mohammad Dehghanpour Farashah, Dr Majid Pourahmadi, Dr Ali Mirvakili,
Volume 7, Issue 2 (3-2021)

In this paper, a low power and wideband Regulated Cascode (RGC)-based Transimpedance Amplifier (TIA) is presented to be used for the short range optical receiver systems. In this structure, input dominant parasitic capacitance is isolated by adding a cascoded inverter amplifier as a fully active feedback network in the booster of an RGC amplifier. As a result, a 6.4 GHz bandwidth is obtained at a lower power consumption. In addition, for eliminating the effect of output parasitic capacitance by resonating with an inductor and widening the bandwidth, an active inductive load is implemented at the output node of the proposed TIA circuit. Therefore, considering two main points of isolation of input parasitic capacitance effect and reduction of load parasitic capacitance effect, bandwidth is increased without using a high amount of power consumption. Based on the results simulated in HSPICE using 90 nm CMOS technology, the proposed TIA can reach the data bit rate of 10Gb/s. In addition, the proposed TIA consumes only 1.6mW of power, and has the gain of 40dBΩ across the 6.4 GHz of bandwidth.
, Dr Ali Bahrami,
Volume 8, Issue 1 (9-2021)

Since the introduction of the first silicon solar cell, there have been steady improvements in its performance parameters such as light trapping, solar absorption, cell efficiency and manufacturing costs. In thin silicon cells, some of the light photons that are not absorbed by the semiconductor are always lose in various ways. The diffraction grating causes the photons to travel a longer light path due to the collision with this structure, which increases the length of the light path of the photons and cell absorption, that thus improving cell efficiency. In each of the mentioned structures, optimal materials and geometric properties have been used to achieve maximum efficiency of silicon cells. Intelligent optimization methods have been used to find the optimal geometric parameters for the structure. In choosing search methods from the two algorithms particle swarm optimization and genetics and creating a combination of the both, the positive feature of both algorithms was used to achieve the best answer. This combination has produced very positive results, which thereby, 23.293 efficiencies and 35.41 mA/cm2 short circuit current were obtained.

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