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Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering University of Minnesota EE 4609 Digital Signal Integrity Credits: 3 Instructor: Bob Sainati Email: [email protected] Telephone: (951) 888- 9713 Office: EE/CSci 5-183 Time: 7:15 – 8:15 am Tues and Thurs Location: ME212 Office Hours: by arrangement Prerequisites: EE3015 (S) Signals and Systems TA: Jaesang Oh [email protected] 6-174 EE/CSci Course Objective: As digital system clock speeds increase and signal risetimes decrease, the effect of interconnects between circuits and even on chip become important. Improperly designed interconnects can create reflections, ringing, high levels of crosstalk and other effects. These can cause false switching, data corruption, high levels of electromagnetic interference, etc. Designers of today’s high speed digital systems must therefore have a good understanding of transmission line theory, coupled line theory, parasitics and techniques for good interconnect design. The intent of this course is to introduce the
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Unformatted text preview: student to these topics and to develop an understanding of high speed interconnect design. Topics: -Frequency, time and distance (lumped vs. distributed) -Brief review of drivers/receivers -Transmission line theory -Crosstalk/coupled line theory-Capacitance, inductance, resistance and losses-Signal integrity enhancements/EMI-Connectors, packages, vias Course Grading: Homework: 40% Mid term exam: 30% Final exam: 30% Course Text: Eric Bogatin, Signal Integrity – Simplified , Prentice-Hall, ISBN 0-13-066946-6, 2004. Reference Texts: Stephen Hall, Garrett Hall and James McCall, High-Speed Digital System Design , John Wiley & Sons, ISBN 0-471-36090-2, 2000. Howard Johnson and Martin Graham, High-Speed Digital Design , Prentice-Hall PTR, ISBN 0-13-395724-1, 1993. Brian Young, Digital Signal Integrity Modeling and Simulation with Interconnects and Packages , Prentice-Hall, ISBN 0-13-028904-3, 2001....
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