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Re: Part IV: Opening Closed Eye Diagrams
nm_martins   9/12/2013 1:09:07 PM
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It was either the underscore or my complete name, I am advocate of less is more :)

My question was more in the sense of understanding if we could drop the requirement to have a receiver internal eye monitor at very high bit rates and rely only on SW routines to evaluate how wide an eye would be at the receiver slicer? I believe the embedded eye scan/monitor may have some advantages especially with PVT handling but it would also come with some costs...



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