Since many typical 2.5 Gbps optical transmitter modules use a 50$\Omega$ characteristic impedance, they require relatively high voltage and high power sources compared to the 25$\Omega$ module. However, simple replacement of the 50$\Omega$ internal matching impedance with 25$\Omega$ results in bandwidth reduction and consequent problem of data transmitter module is proposed in order to expand the modulator bandwidth. From the calculated resutls based on accurate 3-dimensional inductance analysis, we have found that the series parasitic inductance is a dominant element limiting the bandwidth and the insertion of a 2.5pF capacitor in parallel to the 20$\Omega$ matching resiter can increase the 3 dB bandwidth about 1.4GHz wider. The time-domain results show the rise time (140 psec) without the compensation is greatly improved to 63 psec with the compensation. This capacitive ocmpensation can be implemented easily and be compatible with common manufacturing process of the optical transmitter module.
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