Bogatin’s Practical Guide to Transmission Line Design and Characterization for Signal Integrity Applications - Orginal Pdf

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Author: Eric Bogatin

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Bogatin's practical guide to transmission line design and characterization for signal integrity applications BY Eric Bogatin

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This multimedia eBook establishes a solid foundation in the essential principles of how signals interact with transmission lines, how the physical design of interconnects affects transmission line properties, and how to interpret single-ended and differential time domain reflection (TDR) measurements to extract important figures of merits and avoid common mistakes. This book presents an intuitive understanding of transmission lines.

Instructional videos are provided in every chapter that cover important aspects of the interconnect design and characterization process. This video eBook helps establish foundations for designing and characterizing the electrical properties of interconnects to explain in a simplified way how signals propagate and interact with interconnects and how the physical design of transmission structures will impact performance.

Never be intimidated by impedance or differential pairs again.

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Practical Guide to Transmission Line Design and Characterization for Signal Integrity Applications -- Table of Contents -- Chapter 1 What Are Transmission Lines and Why You Should Care -- 1.1 Do We Really Need Another Transmissi -- 1.2 All Interconnects Are Transmission L -- 1.3 The Importance of Measurement or Cha -- 1.4 When Are Interconnects Not Transpare -- 1.5 Why the RF World is Different from t -- 1.6 Review Questions -- Chapter 2 Essential Principles of Signal on Interconnects -- 2.1 All Interconnects are Transmission Lines -- 2.2 Signals Are Dynamic 2.3 A Simple Free Tool to Illustrate the Propagation of a Signal -- 2.4 Time Delay and Wiring Delay -- 2.5 Signals See an Instantaneous Impedance -- 2.6 Instantaneous Impedance and Characteristic Impedance -- 2.7 What Happened to the Inductance of the Transmission Line? -- 2.8 What is Special about 50 Ohms? -- 2.9 The Paradox of Current Flow into a Transmission Line -- 2.10 Displacement Current as a New Type of Current -- 2.11 Return Current in a Transmission Line -- 2.12 Where Does the Return Current Flow? -- 2.13 Review Questions -- Chapter 3 Categorizing Transmission Lines 3.1 Distinguishing Metrics -- 3.2 Uniform or Nonuniform Transmission Lines -- 3.3 Single-Ended or Differential -- 3.4 Uncoupled or Coupled -- 3.5 Lossless and Lossy Transmission Lines -- 3.6 Balanced or Unbalanced -- 3.7 Review Questions -- Chapter 4 Five Impedances of a Transmission Line -- 4.1 The Instantaneous Impedance -- 4.2 Characteristic Impedance -- 4.3 The Surge or Wave Impedance -- 4.4 The Input Impedance in the Time Domain -- 4.5 Drawing Circuits with Resistors and Transmission Lines -- 4.6 Input Impedance in the Frequency Domain 4.7 A Few Special Cases for the Input Impedance in the Frequency Domain -- 4.8 Which is Better, the Frequency or the Time Domain Impedance? -- 4.9 Review Questions -- Chapter 5 Why We Care About Impedance: Reflections -- 5.1 Reflections Keep the Universe from Blowing Up -- 5.2 The Reflection and Transmission Coefficient -- 5.3 Using the Reflection Coefficient and Transmission Coefficient -- 5.4 An Important Distinction Between the Signal and the Voltage -- 5.5 Important Termination Special Case: A 50-Ohm Resistive Load -- 5.6 Important Termination Special Case: 5.7 Important Termination Case: A Short -- 5.8 Resolving the Paradox: Where Did 2V -- 5.9 Another Paradox: The Signal Launched into the Transmission Line -- 5.10 Review Questions -- Chapter 6 Analyzing Reflections with the Bounce Diagram -- 6.1 A Typical TX-RX Circuit -- 6.2 The Bounce Diagram: An Example -- 6.3 Simulating the Dynamic Nature of Reflections -- 6.4 Special Case: Short at the Far End -- 6.5 Circuits with an Interface between Two Tranmission Lines -- 6.6 Try These Examples of Transmission Line Circuits -- 6.7 Review Questions

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