can you explain slide 13 again.
quite similar to what Eric teaches.
Thank you Alfed and Martin.
Thank you Alfred!
sorry, my typo: replace "non-resonant" with non-50 ohms"".
Thanks Al, I'am begining to understand.
So if I measure the null-to-null spacing in the S11 plot from a non-resonant transmission line and then calculate the delay using your formula from yesterday: delta f in GHz) = 1/(2*Td) is Td also the group delay?
ukdave, thanks. That's often done on wafers as well, for failure analysis.
Good Afternoon, 9AM in the Morning here
Thank you Al
Joe, here's the lonk to yesterday's slides
The Cal Structures are on the same board PANEL but not part of your finished board.
Joe I'll get the link for you.
Travel glitches kept me form the class yesterday. Is the slide show and audio archived?
No. I wouldn't go this year.
On EMI/SI/PI panel and will be in the Simbeor Booth
Anyone going to DesignCon next week?
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Note freq is in 10's of GHz
What would the group delay average be?
so boards usually cal structures on them? What if there is no real estate?
Would you please define group delay?
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jj is audio on now?
I'm going to need a refresher on Eigenvalues!
Audio is good
no audio, this webcast sucks!
Good evening from Valladolid, Spain in the West Europe
which slide is he on?
hi frm MN/St. Paul
Hi from GA
audio is up!!
Audio is live
Mishawaka is half way between Chicago and Detroit.
If you aim at Notre Dame you will miss Mishawaka by two miles.
Where is Mishawaka?
hello from Mishawaka
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Colleen, what will yu do when Winter comes?
Good Morning Only 7 degrees this morning in Boston!
Everyone, remember to downlaod your sildes from Today's Slide Deck
Hello Rodney. It's time for me get this set up. Day 4.
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