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An Overview of Signal Integrity

@inproceedings{Patrin2002AnOO,
  title={An Overview of Signal Integrity},
  author={J. Patrin},
  year={2002}
}
Data communication rates have increased tremendously over the past 5 years in order to accommodate the exponential growth in data transmission. It is common today to have serial data streams in storage area networks that exceed 2 Gb/s and it is expected that high-speed serial signals in backplanes will reach 6.25 Gb/s in 2003. Consequently, the minimum pulse width of these serial data streams have decreased to less than 500 ps, reducing the noise margin significantly. Insuring signal integrity… Expand
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