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Advanced Signal Integrity For High-Speed Digital Designs by HOWARD L. HECK, STEPHEN H. HALL

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CONTENTS

PREFACE

1. Introduction: The Importance of Signal Integrity

1.1 Computing Power: Past and Future

1.2 The Problem

1.3 The Basics

1.4 A New Realm of Bus Design

1.5 Scope of the Book

1.6 Summary

References

2. Electromagnetic Fundamentals for Signal Integrity

2.1 Maxwell’s Equations

2.2 Common Vector Operators

2.3 Wave Propagation

2.4 Electrostatics

2.5 Magnetostatics

2.6 Power Flow and the Poynting Vector

2.7 Reflections of Electromagnetic Waves

References

Problems

3. Ideal Transmission-Line Fundamentals

3.1 Transmission-Line Structures

3.2 Wave Propagation on Loss-Free Transmission Lines

3.3 Transmission-Line Properties

3.4 Transmission-Line Parameters for the Loss-Free Case

3.5 Transmission-Line Reflections

3.6 Time-Domain Reflectometry

References

Problems

4. Crosstalk

4.1 Mutual Inductance and Capacitance

4.2 Coupled Wave Equations

4.3 Coupled Line Analysis

4.4 Modal Analysis

4.5 Crosstalk Minimization

4.6 Summary

References

Problems

5. Nonideal Conductor Models

5.1 Signals Propagating in Unbounded Conductive Media

5.2 Classic Conductor Model for Transmission Lines

5.3 Surface Roughness

5.4 Transmission-Line Parameters for Nonideal Conductors

References

Problems

6. Electrical Properties of Dielectrics

6.1 Polarization of Dielectrics

6.2 Classification of Dielectric Materials

6.3 Frequency-Dependent Dielectric Behavior

6.4 Properties of a Physical Dielectric Model

6.5 Fiber-Weave Effect

6.6 Environmental Variation in Dielectric Behavior

6.7 Transmission-Line Parameters ...

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