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Jitter, Noise, and Signal Integrity at High-Speed by Mike Peng Li

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10. Modeling and Analysis for Jitter and Signaling Integrity for High-Speed Links

This chapter focuses on the mathematical modeling and analysis aspects for the jitter and signal integrity of a link system, including its subsystems of transmitter (Tx), channel, and receiver (Rx). Furthermore, components within transmitter, channel, and receiver are also discussed and modeled, along with the signaling, jitter, and noise properties.

10.1. A Linear Time-Invariant (LTI) Approach

We will use LTI theory as the basis for jitter and signaling modeling for link subsystems of transmitter, channel or medium, and receiver. LTI theory and basics were discussed extensively in Chapter 2, "Statistical Signal and Linear Theory for Jitter, Noise, and Signal Integrity." ...

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