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got complete idea on the s parameter application

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Thank you Alfred and Martin.

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Congradulations Gordon, You're the man!!!

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Great, now put it out there in the "real world" on a super wi-fi tower, aerospace telemetry,

or in space where less than perfect things occur and I get it! Thanks all

check the latest on wwwdesignnews.com, the other UBM classroom this Monday.

I shall see you all there. Rod. R.

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Gordonmx, your the winner of the "How do you get common mode" contest.

Please send me your work mailing address for a complimentary Starbucks gift card, al@wildrivertech.com

 

Good job in answering the question!

Thanks folks.

 

Make sure you visit Rohde Schwarz in booth 707 at DesignCon next week, and WRT booth #535.

 

 

Will anyone be at DesignCon next week? We already onw about Steve and Al. I will be moderating both panels.

I learned a great deal this week, thank you.

Thank you very much!

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Thank you for a great presentation

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Radiated/conducted interference and system noise can cause common mode problems.  Got my words twisted.

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Al will be part of a panel called "Closing the loop: What to do when measurements and simulations don;t match." Al will speak about workflow. That's at 3:34 and will run for 75 minutes.

What if one of the input lines is wet, frozen, open, shunt, leaky, less than perfect...

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The panel Steve refers to will be at 2:00.

Thursday I will be in the Chiphead Theater EMI/PI/SI they are all related get used to it, with five people far smarter than me.

 

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Radiated/conducted and system noise interference can cause common mode problems.

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Excellent, Thanks.

crosstalk, jitter, cabling/connectors etc.

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Thanks Al and ALL for a Great Week, Stay Warm! 

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Thanks Al! I really enjoyed the week.

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Thanks Al and EETimes for a great week of very informative webinars.

 

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Impedance mismatches and ground plane discontinuity can cause differential mode problems.

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slide 10 diff. to comm.

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How do you get diff to CM in the system?

 

magnetic coupling

ground bounce

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radiated & conducted

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Hello again,

(Carried over from yesterday)

So if I measure the null-to-null spacing in the S11 plot from a non-50 ohm transmission line and then calculate the delay using your formula given earlier:  delta f in GHz) = 1/(2*Td) is Td also the group delay?  Will a non-consistent group delay issue show up as variation in the measured S11 null-to-null spacing?

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Remeber to post questions here

Hope I get a starbucjk coffee gift card

, if I don't get my morning coffee, i get very cranky and you don't want me to be cranky

 

Good Afternoon ALL from Boston

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hello from Mishawaka where we have 1 degree F

Sure, the weather here comes in cold snaps,

-35 below to +35 degrees is common for the end

of March.

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Good Morning from SoCal, slightly chilly this morning but still short sleeve weather.

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wonoh, good to hear from you again.

Rodney can I go there where it's warmer than Boston?

Hello from California

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It's 34 degrees in North Pole Alaska near Fairbanks

I just LOVE this global weather change. A Change from

-45 degrees for Christmas and Thanksgiving.

 

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Good Morning from Boston, a toasty 9 degrees out there!

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www.designnews.com

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There is the other great UBM lecture series on

Design News Radio comming up on Monday

January 27th, 2014.

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Good Morning from GA

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