Signal Integrity Issues and Printed Circuit Board Design by Douglas Brooks
Signal Integrity Issues and Printed Circuit Board Design Douglas Brooks ebook
Publisher: Prentice Hall International
ISBN: 013141884X, 9780131418844
Cadence offered to sponsor Robert Hanson for the three-day event in order to give PCB design customers additional background in signal and power integrity. However, this feature is not available in the Allegro PCB Editor tool. Grzenia on March 25, 2009Comments(2)Filed under: PCB design, SPB 16.2, Cline change, APD. It's no secret that placing passive devices in the proper location, whether it is nearer to the source/driver or the receiver/load pins, makes the difference between poor signal integrity and optimal signal integrity. Fortunately, help is available for each of these problems. Cadence recently acquired FPGA/PCB "co-design" technology that automates and optimizes pin assignments, and PCB signal-integrity software is widely available. Several things could go wrong - including pin assignments that don't work in the board layout, signal integrity problems on the board, and parasitic package inductance. Our APD AE expert, and in the SPB16.3 APD tool, there is an Edit> Cline Change Width command. Often this can be There is another way to tackle this problem that eliminates some issues related to critical placement of termination devices. This article comes from the book Signal Integrity Issues and Printed Circuit Board Design by Douglas Brooks. I like the discussion of how twisted pair wire helps prevent radiation. PCB Design Tip - How to achieve proper placement of passive devices used for Enet signal. In IC package design, it is becoming increasingly necessary to change a cline's width in a given region, whether for signal integrity reasons or to allow all necessary traces to pass through a particularly dense region.