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High Speed Digital Design : A Handbook of Black Magic - Howard W. Johnson

High Speed Digital Design

A Handbook of Black Magic

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Published: 1st January 1993
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Focused on the field of knowledge lying between digital and analog circuit theory, this new text will help engineers working with digital systems shorten their product development cycles and help fix their latest design problems. The scope of the material covered includes signal reflection, crosstalk, and noise problems which occur in high speed digital machines (above 10 megahertz). This volume will be of practical use to digital logic designers, staff and senior communications scientists, and all those interested in digital design.

Preface
Fundamentalsp. 1
Frequency and Timep. 1
Time and Distancep. 6
Lumped Versus Distributed Systemsp. 7
A Note About 3 dB and RMS Frequenciesp. 8
Four Kinds of Reactancep. 10
Ordinary Capacitancep. 11
Ordinary Inductancep. 17
A Better Method for Estimating Decay Timep. 22
Mutual Capacitancep. 25
Mutual Inductancep. 29
High-Speed Properties of Logic Gatesp. 37
Historical Development of a Very Old Digital Technologyp. 37
Powerp. 39
Speedp. 59
Packagingp. 66
Measurement Techniquesp. 83
Rise Time and Bandwidth of Oscilloscope Probesp. 83
Self-inductance of a Probe Group Loopp. 86
Spurious Signal Pickup from Probe Ground Loopsp. 92
How Probes Load Down a Circuitp. 95
Special Probing Fixturesp. 98
Avoiding Pickup from Probe Shield Currentsp. 104
Viewing a Serial Data Transmission Systemp. 108
Slowing Down the System Clockp. 110
Observing Crosstalkp. 111
Measuring Operating Marginsp. 113
Observing Metastable Statesp. 120
Transmission Linesp. 133
Shortcomings of Ordinary Point-to-Point Wiringp. 133
Infinite Uniform Transmission Linep. 140
Effects of Source and Load Impedancep. 160
Special Transmission Line Casesp. 167
Line Impedance and Propagation Delayp. 178
Ground Planes and Layer Stackingp. 189
High-Speed Current Follows the Path of Least Inductancep. 189
Crosstalk in Solid Ground Planesp. 191
Crosstalk in Slotted Ground Planesp. 194
Crosstalk in Cross-Hatched Ground Planesp. 197
Crosstalk with Power and Ground Fingersp. 199
Guard Tracesp. 201
Near-End and Far-End Crosstalkp. 204
How to Stack Printed Circuit Board Layersp. 212
Terminationsp. 223
End Terminatorsp. 223
Source Terminatorsp. 231
Middle Terminatorsp. 235
AC Biasing for End Terminatorsp. 236
Resistor Selectionp. 239
Crosstalk in Terminatorsp. 244
Viasp. 249
Mechanical Properties of Viasp. 249
Capacitance of Viasp. 257
Inductance of Viasp. 258
Return Current and Its Relation to Viasp. 260
Power Systemsp. 263
Providing a Stable Voltage Referencep. 263
Distributing Uniform Voltagep. 268
Everyday Distribution Problemsp. 279
Choosing a Bypass Capacitorp. 281
Connectorsp. 295
Mutual Inductance - How Connectors Create Crosstalkp. 295
Series Inductance - How Connectors Create EMIp. 300
Parasitic Capacitance - Using Connectors on a Multidrop Busp. 305
Measuring Coupling in a Connectorp. 309
Continuity of Ground Underneath a Connectorp. 312
Fixing EMI Problems with External Connectionsp. 314
Special Connectors for High-Speed Applicationsp. 316
Differential Signaling Through a Connectorp. 319
Power Handling Features of Connectorsp. 321
Ribbon Cablesp. 323
Ribbon Cable Signal Propagationp. 324
Ribbon Cable Crosstalkp. 329
Ribbon Cable Connectorsp. 336
Ribbon Cable EMIp. 338
Clock Distributionp. 341
Timing Marginp. 341
Clock Skewp. 343
Using Low-Impedance Driversp. 346
Using Low-Impedance Clock Distribution Linesp. 348
Source Termination of Multiple Clock Linesp. 350
Controlling Crosstalk on Clock Linesp. 352
Delay Adjustmentsp. 353
Differential Distributionp. 360
Clock Signal Duty Cyclep. 361
Canceling Parasitic Capacitance of a Clock Repeaterp. 362
Decoupling Clock Receivers from the Clock Busp. 364
Clock Oscillatorsp. 367
Using Canned Clock Oscillatorsp. 367
Clock Jitterp. 376
Collected Referencesp. 385
A Points to Rememberp. 389
B Calculation of Rise Timep. 399
C MathCad Formulasp. 409
Indexp. 441
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ISBN: 9780133957242
ISBN-10: 0133957241
Series: Prentice Hall Modern Semiconductor Design
Audience: Tertiary; University or College
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 464
Published: 1st January 1993
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 24.64 x 17.91  x 2.87
Weight (kg): 0.93
Edition Number: 1