[SI-LIST] Re: How to begin to study Signal Integrity
- From: "Kevin G. Rhoads" <krhoads@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- To: si-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
- Date: Thu, 04 May 2017 11:46:15 -0400
On 5/4/2017 4:43 AM, Havermann, Gert wrote:
it really depends on the area you are woking,
Yes. And let us not forget analog signals (says the analog guy): high
impedance, low level, low current, high voltage, high current -- if you
need to deal with any of those, there are whole other sets of issues.
Generic issues for all (analog & digital) -- noise, interference,
cross-talk, emissions, wave-shape, line impedance, reflections,
termination -- which matter in your case?
Also -- are you 0D (circuits, topology only), 1D (transmission lines,
waveguides), 2D (ground and power planes), 3D (full field solutions
needed) -- in many cases you have several of these in a single design.
How accurately do you need to estimate effects? And for what scales
(time and space)?
Those things said -- there are a lot of resources, especially older
textbooks, which may (or may not) be useful, e.g., RadLab series --
internet archive and RLE @ MIT. And course materials from various,
e.g., OCW @ MIT
Determine what is most important to your designs and issues, start there.
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