[SI-LIST] Re: fiber-weave effect alive and well?

Steve,

Thanks for the plug!  Sometimes the best solutions are the easiest!

Lee


> [Original Message]
> From: steve weir <weirsi@xxxxxxxxxx>
> To: <leeritchey@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Cc: QU Perry <Perry.Qu@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>; si-list
<si-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Date: 9/15/2007 12:10:47 PM
> Subject: Re: [SI-LIST] Re: fiber-weave effect alive and well?
>
> In the shameless plug for someone else dept:  Lee's book "Right the 
> First Time Volume 2" does do a nice job of demonstrating the difference 
> between various weaves including some good cross-section 
> microphotographs and TDR plots.  I think it is worth the price of the 
> book for that information alone.
>
> Steve
> Lee Ritchey wrote:
> > The link to the Circuitree web site requires each person to register and
> > obtain a password.
> >
> > It is true that the thinner weaves are the problem.
> >
> > I cover these weaves and results in Chapter 5 of Volume 2 of my book. 
> > There are photos showing  what the weaves look like compared to a 3.5
mil
> > trace.  Also show what vias do to very fast signals.
> >
> > Lee Ritchey
> >
> >
> >   
> >> [Original Message]
> >> From: QU Perry <Perry.Qu@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> >> To: si-list <si-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> >> Date: 9/14/2007 12:25:54 PM
> >> Subject: [SI-LIST] Re: fiber-weave effect alive and well?
> >>
> >> I would be interested to see a link as well.
> >>
> >> Jeff's paper on DesignCon2007 is convincing to me that this is
something
> >> we need to pay attention. Real life design will probably not be as bad
> >> as the theoretical estimate since most of the diff pair routing we have
> >> on the PCB is not likely to run a long length non-stop in parallel with
> >> edge. The "jog" as is called in the paper is very common due to vias
etc
> >> and pretty random.
> >>
> >> Also from the data we got from PCB vendor, it appears that thinner
> >> dielectric substrate the worse fibre weave effect as the gap between
the
> >> fiber is larger. Has this been looked at ?
> >>
> >> Regards
> >>
> >> Perry
> >>
> >>
> >>     
> >
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> >>> On Behalf Of Lee Ritchey
> >>> Sent: Friday, September 14, 2007 11:36 AM
> >>> To: Russell S. Dudek Jr.; si-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> >>> Subject: [SI-LIST] Re: fiber-weave effect alive and well?
> >>> =20
> >>> We already have a glass weave solution.  Check my column in=20
> >>> the April issue of Circuitree magazine.
> >>> =20
> >>> Lee Ritchey
> >>> =20
> >>> =20
> >>>       
> >>>> [Original Message]
> >>>> From: Russell S. Dudek Jr. <rdudek@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> >>>> To: <si-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> >>>> Date: 9/12/2007 1:10:28 PM
> >>>> Subject: [SI-LIST] Re: fiber-weave effect alive and well?
> >>>>
> >>>> Steve,
> >>>> =3D20
> >>>> I agree, Fiber Weave Effect (FEW) has most certainly been=20
> >>>>         
> >>> confirmed by
> >>> such
> >>>       
> >>>> research.  However, there is a new change in the wind.  I=20
> >>>>         
> >>> have the=3D20=20
> >>>       
> >>>> unique opportunity, as a technical liaison, to enable a=20
> >>>>         
> >>> technology=3D20=20
> >>>       
> >>>> that may put
> >>>>         
> >>> an
> >>>       
> >>>> end to FWE as a consideration in high-speed designs.  We=20
> >>>>         
> >>> all know that
> >>> =20
> >>>       
> >>>> the crux of the matter is the glass weave and its effect on=20
> >>>>         
> >>> localized
> >>> Er.
> >>>       
> >>>> Either get ride of the reinforcement layer completely or more=3D20=20
> >>>> challenging change the fundamentals of the glass weave fabrication
> >>>>         
> >>> process (GWFP).
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> >>>> =3D20
> >>>> We have taken the more challenging (and fun) approach and have=20
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> >>> to contact=20
> >>>       
> >>>> me and we can=3D20 get the proper NDAs in place to facilitate=20
> >>>>         
> >>> such a discussion.
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> >>>> =3D20
> >>>> RD
> >>>> =3D20
> >>>> Russell Dudek
> >>>> Technology Specialist
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