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Significant of Signal Integrity in High Speed Board Design


Kamal B. Parmar , U.V.Patel College Of Engineering,Ganpat University.; Paresh R. Valand, U.V.Patel College Of Engineering,Ganpat University.


signal integrity, layout guidelines, high speed board design.


Digital designs are partial without transmission lines. It has no usually suffered by issues related with transmission line effects. At lower Frequencies the signals remain within data description and the output data same as input data. But as system speeds increase, the higher frequency impact on the system output means that not only the digital properties, but also the analog effects within the system are not ignorable. These problems are likely to come to the forefront with increasing data rates for both I/O interfaces and memory interfaces. Transmission line effects can have a considerable effect on the data being sent. At low speeds, the frequency response has little influence on the signal, unless the transmission medium is particularly long. However, as speed increases, high-frequency effects take over and even the shortest lines can suffer from problems such as ringing, crosstalk, reflections, and ground bounce, seriously hampering the response of the signal. How you can overcome these issues that described in this manuscript for good design techniques and simple layout guidelines.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV2I4162
Published in: Volume : 2, Issue : 4
Publication Date: 01/07/2014
Page(s): 571-573

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