[SI-LIST] Re: placement of decoupling caps (again)

> Read all the Sun papers on the yahoo list
I've been searching all through Yahoo! Groups and I can't find any list 
like what you describe.  Could you please give us the name of the list 
to which you refer?

Thanks!
-don
--
Don Nelson
Hardware Development Engineer
Marconi Corporation
Pittsburgh, PA
"There are 10 types of people in this world: those who can count in 
binary and those who can't"


On Apr 14, 2004, at 5:03 PM, Eric Steimle wrote:

> I know this has been discussed many times before and so far I have:
>
>
> Read all the Sun papers on the yahoo list
>
> Read through many papers from AVX on decoupling
>
> Spent some time searching through the list archives
>
> And read through many papers suggested in the list archives
>
>
>
> So far I've come up with a lot of information on how to choose bypass
> caps, how many to use, what kinds, ESL, ESR, but not much on the 
> correct
> placement of these bypass caps in a normal system (normal to me would 
> be
> a processor some ram and maybe some DAAs or other peripherals).  While
> combing through the list archives I've seen some people saying location
> doesn't matter, while others arguing that it does.  So I was hoping 
> that
> some people could suggest some further sources of information about
> decoupling cap placement that would help me make more informed
> decisions.
>
>
>
> Thanks in advance
>
> Eric Steimle
>
>
>
>
>
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