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Signal Integrity Issues and Printed Circuit Board Design Douglas Brooks

The definitive high-speed design resource for every PCB designer

In this book, renowned engineer,author, and seminar leader Douglas Brooks teaches PCB designers how tosuccessfully design boards for any high-speed application. Brooks begins withan easy-to-understand electronics primer for every PCB designer, then offerspractical, real-world solutions for every important ...

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Signal Integrity Issues and Printed Circuit Board Design Douglas Brooks

The definitive high-speed design resource for every PCB designer

In this book, renowned engineer,author, and seminar leader Douglas Brooks teaches PCB designers how tosuccessfully design boards for any high-speed application. Brooks begins withan easy-to-understand electronics primer for every PCB designer, then offerspractical, real-world solutions for every important signal-integrity problem.Based on his legendary seminars, this book offers even more design rules,specific recommendations, examples, illustrations, and diagrams.

Coverage includes—

  • Essential electronics concepts: propagation, current, resistance, reactance, impedance, phase shifts, and more
  • EMI principles and controls: loop area, uncontrolled differential currents, and common mode currents
  • Controlling signal reflections: transmission lines, proper terminations, and trace layer design
  • Power system stability (bypass capacitor decoupling): Traditional approaches, and techniques based on power-system impedance
  • Eliminating forward crosstalk, and eliminating or controlling backwards crosstalk
  • Power-system conditioning: power-system plane design and correct board stackups
  • Lossy lines and eye diagrams: skin effects, dielectric absorption, and more

Two full chapters of simulationillustrations—ideal for thosewithout access to high-speed simulation tools

PRENTICE HALL

Professional Technical Reference

Upper Saddle River, NJ 07458

www.phptr.com

ISBN: 0-13-141884-X

UPC: 076092024743

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Meet the Author

About the Author DOUGLAS BROOKS is President of UltraCAD Design, Inc., Bellevue, WA, aleading printed circuit board design service bureau specializing in large,complex, fast turn designs for the video and data-processing industries. Hepresents signal-integrity seminars at events nationwide, including PCB DesignConferences East and West and IPC Expo. His columns “Brookspeak”and “Rise Time” appeared regularly in Printed Circuit DesignMagazine. He is author of ElectricalEngineering for the Non-Degreed Engineer.

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Table of Contents

Part 1: Basic Concepts
Chapter 1. Electronic Concepts
Chapter 2. Propagation Times
Chapter 3. Electrical Components
Chapter 4. Voltage and Current Changes and Time Constants
Chapter 5. Resistance
Chapter 6. Reactance
Chapter 7. Impedance and Phase Shift

Part 2: Signal Integrity Issues
Chapter 8. Signal Integrity Overview
Chapter 9. Electromagnetic Interference (EMI)
Chapter 10. Reflections and Transmission Lines
Chapter 11. Some Transmission Line Simulations
Chapter 12. Crosstalk
Chapter 13. Crosstalk Simulations
Chapter 14. Differential Traces and Impedance
Chapter 15. Bypass Caps and Decoupling Systems
Chapter 16. Power Systems
Chapter 17. Lossy Lines and Eye Diagrams

Part 3: Appendices, Glossary, and Index Appendix A. UltraCAD’s Square Wave Simulator
Appendix B. Why Inductors Induct
Appendix C. Logarithms
Appendix D. Phase Shift Simulation
Appendix E. Complex Algebra
Appendix F. Transmission Line Simulator
Appendix G. Echo Illustration
Appendix H. UltraCad Freeware Calculators
Appendix I. TDRs and VNAs
Appendix J. Right Angle Corners

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 21, 2003

    A chasm has been bridged...

    As an educator, lecturer and practicing designer I am given many books to read and make comment on. I find very few books that are able to bridge the chasm between the needs of a beginner learning about signal integrity and the needs of a professional desperate to solve design problems. This book is an excellent primer and reference for understanding the interrelationship between the board layout and the signal integrity problem. This book details design solutions to classic signal integrity problems and educates the novice in understanding the reasoning behind the solutions. There is a lot of nonsense being written about signal integrity and few people have the resources to filter out the chaff from hay. This book proves every principle presented with tested board layouts, demonstrated engineering principles, or documented laboratory results. Some people can see the world in formulas and some see the world pictorially. This book is rich in both forms of expressionism and its presentation will not exasperate the PCB designer who sees the world visually, or frustrate the engineer seeking equations for design representation. This book has been added to the required reading list for our PCB layout designers and product development engineering teams.

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