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“…The AC square wave pulses are synchronized to cancel the transient signals at the leading and trailing edges of the pulses. Sinusoidal gating is one of recent techniques that have been deployed to realize high-speed single photon detection [1][2][3]. It has the potential to achieve high bit rate transmission while suppressing the afterpulsing effect in InGaAs/InP SPADs.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…The AC square wave pulses are synchronized to cancel the transient signals at the leading and trailing edges of the pulses. Sinusoidal gating is one of recent techniques that have been deployed to realize high-speed single photon detection [1][2][3]. It has the potential to achieve high bit rate transmission while suppressing the afterpulsing effect in InGaAs/InP SPADs.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…To detect the avalanche signal, the counter threshold was set at -20 ~-23 mV. The degree of transient signal cancellation depends on many factors, such as the dark current of the diode pair, stray capacitance of the pair, coincidence of the bias pulses, Sinusoidal gating is one of recent techniques that have been deployed to realize high-speed single photon detection [1][2][3]. It has the potential to achieve high bit rate transmission while suppressing the afterpulsing effect in InGaAs/InP SPADs.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…It follows that high detection efficiency is difficult to achieve for high laser repetition rate. In addition the excess bias required to achieve the same PDE with high gating frequency is usually higher than that in the present work [49,50,53,60]. The reason for a high excess bias is that with high gating frequencies, the effective pulse width is so narrow that the large excess bias is required to build up an avalanche event quickly.…”
Section: Analysis Of Pde and Afterpulse Probabilitymentioning
confidence: 56%