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 Signal integerity help? 

Last post Sun, Aug 19 2007 10:05 PM by archive. 2 replies.
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  • Sun, Aug 19 2007 10:05 PM

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    Hello Dear,


    I am new one to with signal integrity.
    I have a lot of experience in PCB layout designing but not with SI.
    I am keen to explore this world too. Can any one help me by providing small experimental test?


    Thatn in advance!


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  • Mon, Aug 20 2007 6:00 PM

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    RE: Signal integerity help? Reply

    Assuming you're running Allegro SI, I'd recommend you download any of the Design Kits available at this site. There's also various "How to" Kits you can use too.

    And if you're looking for a good book on the subject, try out Eric Bogatin's "Signal Integrity Simplified". I like his approach to SI.

    Donald


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  • Tue, Aug 28 2007 7:47 PM

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    RE: Signal integerity help? Reply

    Dear imaqsood:

    you can do a google search with the keyword Signal Integrity, there are a lot of materials online.
    I think this paper is very helpful
    www.csee.umbc.edu/vlsi/reports/si_chapter.pdf

    Signal Integrity Simplified is a very valuable book, and you should have enough time in reading it.


    Originally posted in cdnusers.org by spices
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