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As data centers evolve to sustain the economic scale in network traffic, optical interconnections are adapted to support the vast amount of capacity requirements. Among emerging solutions is the incorporation of digital-signal-processing (DSP) functionalities at the receiver to compensate for the optical fiber and optoelectronic components impairments. The bottleneck in such architecture is often implementing a high-resolution and high-speed analog-to-digital-converter (ADC) device, whichdoi:10.1109/jphot.2015.2458911 fatcat:owkacb3upnab7nt2rainphefaq