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Address jitter and noise more effectively with DDR4: Part 2

Applying the DDR4 spec to your design
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re: Address jitter and noise more effectively with DDR4: Part 2
iwanttoknow   5/30/2013 11:01:08 PM
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total Rj should be 2*Qfactor*Rjrms (see any Standard serial IO spec). Why "2" is omitted here?

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