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Jitter and timing analysis in the presence of crosstalk

12/14/2011 11:42 AM EST
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agk
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re: Jitter and timing analysis in the presence of crosstalk
agk   12/18/2011 6:27:49 AM
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All the life for the EE's this has been a challenging task.We live with it. Every time a new advancemnt is taking place in the component level to reduce noise and jitter. Ideally speaking suppose the clock generator and the digital logic circuits are let us say ideal has zero raise,fall and delay time, then, only the noise and disturbance added by the tranmisson media to be accounted. But the possibility of making such a situation is remote. Till then we need to depend upon all the error correcting techniques.

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??   12/15/2011 8:43:54 AM
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nice article

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EREBUS0   12/14/2011 10:25:19 PM
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Good overview of high speed cross talk issues. Thanks

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