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Interface high-speed signals

Posted: 12 Jan 2009     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:high-speed signals  transmission-line 

With the world of high-speed signals becoming the norm, there is a greater need to ensure that these signals interface correctly to maintain timing and fidelity. Rise times commonly are in the sub-nanosecond range, and propagation delays are in the nanosecond range. Accurate timing is becoming more critical and cannot be achieved without rigorously analysing the signal path.

The purpose of this article by Maxim is not to derive the transmission line equations that show why the results of the following case studies occur, but to assume and utilise them where necessary. This article applies transmission-line theories in real cases, shows the results that can occur, and recommends solutions to avoid common pitfalls.

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