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Practical Limits of Multi-Tone Signaling Over High-Speed Backplane Electrical Links
2007 IEEE International Conference on Communications
Application of Discrete Multi-tone (DMT) signaling to high-speed backplane interconnects requires major modifications to the well-known analysis methods applied to wireline communication systems. Tight power budgets in backplane links impose severe constraints on DMT block size and use of channel shortening filters in the system. Consequently, maximum throughput is achieved in a DMT system that is (residual) interference limited and water-filling is not applicable in its original form. In thisdoi:10.1109/icc.2007.447 dblp:conf/icc/AmirkhanyASH07 fatcat:enmb7cxk6bathoby62icztcez4