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 decoupling strategies using through hole components 

Last post Thu, Aug 12 2010 11:02 AM by circuitmonk. 0 replies.
Started by circuitmonk 12 Aug 2010 11:02 AM. Topic has 0 replies and 933 views
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    • circuitmonk
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     hi all,

              currently i am designing a digital system in which the processor is clocking at a frequency of 50 MHz. Many 74HC series ICs are being used for the glue logic. The processor has also got the job of dealing with analog signals which are pre-processed using LM324      op- amp based buffers and switching circuits. For all these systems i have to use a common power bus. 

     How can i ensure the power bus integrity for this system. My constraint is that i have to use all through hole components.

    where should i place the decoupling caps? what value they should be?can any one help me with any thumb rules in designing a decoupling network for this system?

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