Signal Integrity


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Signal Integrity
10106021010503Signal IntegrityGetting high-speed digital signals to function properly is one of those areas that many people call black magic. It is so called, because fast digital signals behave like the analog signals that they really are, which is not an apparent mode of operation from a binary perspective. The typical story of woe is one in which a digital engineer continues to design faster circuits in the same way as slower circuits, and one day a system begins developing unexplained glitches and problems. From a digital perspective, nothing substantial has…
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Mark Balch: Complete Digital Design: A Comprehensive Guide to Digital Electronics and Computer System Architecture. Signal Integrity, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2003), AccessEngineering Export