[SI-LIST] Re: Ring back

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Dear Madhusudhan,

Ringback is a signal quality degradation which can cause timing
failures.

For a listing of definitions please refer to my previous post,
"Vocabulary of Signal Integrity Degradations"  Dated Jan 3, 1999.

Three approaches for minimizing (or eliminating) rignback include:

1. Incorporate Termination.
2. Optimize the Topology.
3. Alter the driver (receiver) ICs Technology.

You can investigate the effectiveness of each of above techniques (for
your particular case)
via simulations, especially in the Fast corner.

Best Regards,

Abe Riazi
ServerWorks


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Sent: Sunday, May 21, 2006 11:32 PM
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Subject: [SI-LIST] Ring back

Hi,
How to solve ringback problem and what is the disadvantages of ringback
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