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Ed Baker
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re: Meeting timing specs on boards with picoseconds of margin
Ed Baker   1/24/2013 1:45:30 PM
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Defining that by "mils" you mean "milli-inches" or "thou" / "thousandths of an inch" as it would normally be called in UK would potentially help some European readers. I recently saw a UK engineer wondering about (old) 300 "mil" and 600 "mil" dual-inline packages. This person thought "mil" referred to millimetres, but when asked "how big would that be then?" soon saw the light. :)

Sanjib.A
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re: Meeting timing specs on boards with picoseconds of margin
Sanjib.A   3/30/2011 4:07:07 AM
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Very nice article on maintaining signal integrity and timing for a high speed digital design. I would be very useful if more articles related this topic is posted as a continuation of this series.



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