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Totsuka ku, Japan

A differential transmission circuit includes a pair of transmission line conductors and a ground conductor layer, wherein the pair of transmission line conductors include a first straight line region where both the pair of transmission line conductors extend in parallel to each other in a first direction with a first width in a first layer, a first cross region where one of the pair of transmission line conductors is formed in the first layer, the other thereof is formed in a second layer, and the pair of transmission line conductors cross the each other in a three-dimensional manner, the first cross region being disposed on the front side of the first straight line region, and wherein each of the widths of the pair of transmission line conductors in the first cross region is smaller than the first width.


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Opnext Japan Inc. | Date: 2012-04-19

A differential transmission circuit includes a grounded conductive layer, a pair of transmission line conductors, a conductive film and a via hole which connects the grounded conductive layer to the conductive film. The differential transmission circuit further includes a straight-line region which is present in the differential transmission circuit through which a differential transmission signal output by a driving circuit is transmitted and in which the pair of transmission line conductors extends parallel so as to have a first width, and a band rejection filter region in which the pair of transmission line conductors planarly overlaps the conductive film and extends parallel so as to have a second width narrower than the first width and a common mode of the differential transmission signal is attenuated at one of the frequencies which are natural number multiples of a frequency corresponding to the predetermined bit rate.


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