AN-690 Design Innovations Address Advanced CMOS Logic Noise Considerations

  • Published 1990


Noise in an electronic system can be described according to its source. The first category is system-generated noise, i.e., noise generated from the printed board up, such as power distribution and decoupling noise, crosstalk noise, electromagnetic interference (EMI), and transmission line reflections. System noise is a function of signal characteristics… (More)


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