Signal Integrity - Simplified

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Signal Integrity - Simplified

Eric Bogatin
Signal Integrity - Simplified
Prentice Hall PTR | ISBN 0-13-066946-6 | 2003 | 608 pages | CHM | 8.4 MB

The complete guide to understanding and designing for signal integrity.
Suitable for even non-specialists, Signal Integrity—Simplified offers a comprehensive, easy-to-follow look at how physical interconnects affect electrical performance. World-class engineer Eric Bogatin expertly reviews the root causes of the four families of signal integrity problems and offers solutions to design them out early in the design cycle. Coverage includes:

*An introduction to signal integrity and physical design
*A fundamental understanding of what bandwidth, inductance, and characteristic impedance really mean
*Analysis of resistance, capacitance, inductance, and impedance
*The four important practical tools used to solve signal integrity problems: rules of thumb, analytic approximations, numerical simulation, and measurements
*The effect of the physical design of interconnects on signal integrity
*Solutions that do not hide behind mathematical derivations
*Recommendations for design guidelines to improve signal integrity, and much more

Unlike related books that concentrate on theoretical derivation and mathematical rigor, this book emphasizes intuitive understanding, practical tools, and engineering discipline. Specially designed for everyone in the electronics industry, from electrical engineers to product managers, Signal Integrity—Simplified will prove itself an invaluable resource for helping you find and fix signal integrity problems before they become problems.