Advanced High-Speed Signal Propagation (Video Lectures): More Black Magic

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Advanced High-Speed Signal Propagation (Video Lectures): More Black Magic

Advanced High-Speed Signal Propagation (Video Lectures): More Black Magic
ISBN: 0134584589 | .MP4, AVC, 750 kbps, 1280x720 | English, AAC, 256 kbps, 2 Ch | 12+ Hours | 5.24 GB
Instructor: Howard Johnson

Advanced High-Speed Signal Propagation is an advanced-level course for experienced digital designers who want to press their designs to the upper limits of speed and distance. Focusing on lossy transmission environments like backplanes, cables and long on-chip interconnections, this two-day course teaches a unified theory of transmission impairments that apply to any transmission media. This course is an advanced sequel to the High-Speed Digital Design Seminar.

This is a practical two-day seminar course, filmed in front of a live audience by a professional documentary film crew, taught by a man with extraordinary capabilities. His seminars have been seen by over 10,000 engineers worldwide, and was for 20 years among the most popular summer engineering short courses ever offered at the University of Oxford.

Why so popular? The course is real, taught by a real engineer, with real examples, explanations, and classroom demonstrations. Anyone who works with high-speed digital signals at the upper limits of speed and distance will understand and benefit from the material presented. In the course, Dr. Johnson begins with fundamentals, to make sure the vocabulary is clear, and then applies those fundamental in diverse areas of high-speed design.

This course presents material related to the book, High-Speed Signal Propagation: Advanced Black Magic, but treated in a different way and with different examples. The book, being 766 pages in length, obviously delves into the subject matter in greater detail. Think of the seminar as an introduction and, if you like it, get the book for on-the-job reference.

Skill Level: Intermediate, Advanced

What You Will Learn

How dielectric loss affects transmission line performance
How skin-effect loss affects transmission line performance
Different modes of transmission-line usage: TEM, Lumped-element, RC
Introduction to equalization
Issues concerning printed circuit board trace imperfections, reflections, and vias
How to handle sensitive clocks

Who Should Take This Course

Digital logic designers
System architects
Chip designers
Applications engineers
Anyone who works with digital logic at speeds in excess of 1GHz

Course Requirements

Basic understanding of transmission-line reflections and ringing
Must be able to read a schematic
Some analog circuit theory helps, but is not required
Familiarity with capacitance and inductance
Elementary mathematical skills
Any person having completed the course High-Speed Digital Design would satisfy these requirements

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