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High Speed Digital Design A Handbook of Black Magic

ISBN-10: 0133957241

ISBN-13: 9780133957242

Edition: 1993

Authors: Howard W. Johnson, Martin Graham

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List price: $130.00
Copyright year: 1993
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 4/8/1993
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 464
Size: 7.50" wide x 9.75" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 2.2
Language: English

Preface
Fundamentals
Frequency and Time
Time and Distance
Lumped Versus Distributed Systems
A Note About 3 dB and RMS Frequencies
Four Kinds of Reactance
Ordinary Capacitance
Ordinary Inductance
A Better Method for Estimating Decay Time
Mutual Capacitance
Mutual Inductance
High-Speed Properties of Logic Gates
Historical Development of a Very Old Digital Technology
Power
Speed
Packaging
Measurement Techniques
Rise Time and Bandwidth of Oscilloscope Probes
Self-inductance of a Probe Group Loop
Spurious Signal Pickup from Probe Ground Loops
How Probes Load Down a Circuit
Special Probing Fixtures
Avoiding Pickup from Probe Shield Currents
Viewing a Serial Data Transmission System
Slowing Down the System Clock
Observing Crosstalk
Measuring Operating Margins
Observing Metastable States
Transmission Lines
Shortcomings of Ordinary Point-to-Point Wiring
Infinite Uniform Transmission Line
Effects of Source and Load Impedance
Special Transmission Line Cases
Line Impedance and Propagation Delay
Ground Planes and Layer Stacking
High-Speed Current Follows the Path of Least Inductance
Crosstalk in Solid Ground Planes
Crosstalk in Slotted Ground Planes
Crosstalk in Cross-Hatched Ground Planes
Crosstalk with Power and Ground Fingers
Guard Traces
Near-End and Far-End Crosstalk
How to Stack Printed Circuit Board Layers
Terminations
End Terminators
Source Terminators
Middle Terminators
AC Biasing for End Terminators
Resistor Selection
Crosstalk in Terminators
Vias
Mechanical Properties of Vias
Capacitance of Vias
Inductance of Vias
Return Current and Its Relation to Vias
Power Systems
Providing a Stable Voltage Reference
Distributing Uniform Voltage
Everyday Distribution Problems
Choosing a Bypass Capacitor
Connectors
Mutual Inductance - How Connectors Create Crosstalk
Series Inductance - How Connectors Create EMI
Parasitic Capacitance - Using Connectors on a Multidrop Bus
Measuring Coupling in a Connector
Continuity of Ground Underneath a Connector
Fixing EMI Problems with External Connections
Special Connectors for High-Speed Applications
Differential Signaling Through a Connector
Power Handling Features of Connectors
Ribbon Cables
Ribbon Cable Signal Propagation
Ribbon Cable Crosstalk
Ribbon Cable Connectors
Ribbon Cable EMI
Clock Distribution
Timing Margin
Clock Skew
Using Low-Impedance Drivers
Using Low-Impedance Clock Distribution Lines
Source Termination of Multiple Clock Lines
Controlling Crosstalk on Clock Lines
Delay Adjustments
Differential Distribution
Clock Signal Duty Cycle
Canceling Parasitic Capacitance of a Clock Repeater
Decoupling Clock Receivers from the Clock Bus
Clock Oscillators
Using Canned Clock Oscillators
Clock Jitter
Collected References
A Points to Remember
B Calculation of Rise Time
C MathCad Formulas
Index