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THEORY OF OPERATION
The ADN2892 limiting amplifier provides differential
inputs (PIN/NIN), each with a single-ended, on-chip 50 Ω
termination. The amplifier can accept either dc-coupled or
ac-coupled signals; however, an ac-coupled signal is
recommended. Using a dc-coupled signal, the amplifier
needs a nominal VCC − 0.7 V common-mode voltage and
±0.5 V headroom. If the input common-mode voltage is 2.4 V,
the available headroom is reduced down to ±0.3 V.
The ADN2892 limiting amplifier is a high gain device. It is
susceptible to dc offsets in the signal path. The pulse width
distortion presented in the NRZ data or a distortion generated
by the TIA may appear as dc offset or a corrupted signal to the
ADN2892 inputs. An internal offset correction loop can
compensate for certain levels of offset.
CML Output Buffer
The ADN2892 provides differential CML outputs, OUTP and
OUTN. Each output has an internal 50 Ω termination to VCC.
LOSS-OF-SIGNAL (LOS) DETECTOR
The on-chip LOS circuit drives LOS to logic high when the
input signal level falls below a user-programmable threshold.
The threshold level can be set anywhere from 3.5 mV pp to 35
mV pp typical by a resistor connected between the THRADJ
pin and VEE. See Figure 6 and Figure 7 for the LOS threshold
vs. THRADJ. The ADN2892 LOS circuit has an electrical
hysteresis greater than 2.5 dB to prevent chatter at the LOS
signal. The LOS output is an open-collector output that must be
pulled up externally with a 4.7 kΩ to 10 kΩ resistor.
RECEIVED SIGNAL STRENGTH INDICATOR (RSSI)
The ADN2892 has an on-chip, RSSI circuit. By monitoring the
current supplied to the photodiode, the RSSI circuit provides an
accurate, average power measurement. The output of the RSSI is
a current that is directly proportional to the average amount of
PIN photodiode current. Placing a resistor between the
RSSI_OUT pin and GND converts the current to a GND
referenced voltage. This function eliminates the need for
external RSSI circuitry for SFF-8472-compliant optical
receivers. For more information, see Figure 12 to Figure 16.
Connect the PD_VCC, PD_CATHODE, and RSSI_OUT pins to
AVCC to disable the RSSI feature.
Driving the SQUELCH input to logic high disables the limiting
amplifier outputs. Using LOS output to drive the SQUELCH
input, the limiting amplifier outputs stop toggling anytime a
signal input level to the limiting amplifier drops below the
programmed LOS threshold.
The SQUELCH pin has a 100 kΩ, internal pull-down resistor.
BW_SEL (BANDWIDTH SELECTION) MODE
Driving the BW_SEL input signal to logic high, the amplifier
provides a 3.8 GHz bandwidth. Driving the BW_SEL input
signal to logic low, the amplifier accepts input signals through a
1.5 GHz, 2-pole, low-pass filter that improves receiving
The low-pass filter reduces the possible relaxation oscillation of
low speed, low cost laser source by limiting the input signal
The BW_SEL pin has a 100 kΩ, on-chip pull-up resistor. Setting
the BW_SEL pin open disables the low-pass filter.
LOS_INV (LOSE OF SIGNAL_INVERT) MODE
Some applications, such as SFF, need the LOS assertion and
deassertion voltage reversed. When the LOS_INV pin is pulled
to logic high, the LOS output assertion is pulled down to
The LOS_INV pin has a 100 kΩ on-chip, pull-down resistor.
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