Class01_Introduction

Class01_Introduction - Richard Mellitz 1 Signal I ntegrity I ntroduction Class 1 Reduction To Practice for High Speed Digital Design Reading

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Unformatted text preview: Richard Mellitz 1 Signal I ntegrity I ntroduction Class 1 Reduction To Practice for High Speed Digital Design Reading assignment: CH8 to 9.3 Introduction – Richard Mellitz 2 What is Signal I ntegrity (SI )? An Engineering Practice That ensures all signals transmitted are received correctly That ensures signals don’t interfere with one another in a way to degrade reception. That ensures signal don’t damage any device That ensures signal don’t pollute the electromagnetic spectrum Introduction – Richard Mellitz 3 What’s this all about? $ Introduction – Richard Mellitz 4 The Business Determine design parameters for successful signaling Design parameters are ranges for design variables within which a product can be reliably built “One in row” is not good enough New Terms General Solution Point Solution Specific Solution Introduction – Richard Mellitz 5 Levels of SI Spheres of I nfluence Silicon Providers Silicon Providers Boxed Product Boxed Product Providers Providers One Box – One Box – End User End User Introduction – Richard Mellitz 6 SI Paradigms Specific Solution Applies to a given instance of a product or specimen Point Solution Applies to any single given product Encompasses a locus of specific solutions. Example: Any board that comes off a production line General Solution Applies to many products of a given type Encompasses a locus of point solutions The locus of all solutions for a specific standard (like SCSI ) is an example. Introduction – Richard Mellitz 7 Effective SI is Pre-Product Release....
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This note was uploaded on 08/23/2009 for the course ECLT 762 taught by Professor Yinchaochen during the Spring '03 term at South Carolina.

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Class01_Introduction - Richard Mellitz 1 Signal I ntegrity I ntroduction Class 1 Reduction To Practice for High Speed Digital Design Reading

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