An Engineer's Guide to Automated Testing of High-Speed by Jose Moreira

By Jose Moreira

Delivering a whole creation to the cutting-edge in high-speed electronic trying out with computerized try out gear (ATE), this sensible source is the 1st booklet to concentration completely in this more and more vital subject. that includes transparent examples, this one-stop reference covers all severe facets of the topic, from high-speed electronic fundamentals, ATE instrumentation for electronic purposes, and try and measurements, to construction trying out, help instrumentation and textual content fixture layout.

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The isochronous timing conditions for at-cycle source synchronous interfaces have the advantage that even high-frequency jitter components caused by a transmitter can be tracked by this kind of interface as long as they affect clock and data in the same way. On the other hand, for very high-speed interfaces with short bit times, the margins for the allowed setup/hold times at the receivers become small. This in fact can cause very similar challenges for designing systems using this kind of interfaces as in the case for common clock based systems.

7 ([5, 6] are good starting points for the concepts of impedance and controlled impedance design). 7 50 Ω single-ended and 100 Ω differential transmission system. , due to relays and vias). Some of these points will be discussed in more detail in Chapter 8. In this section we are interested in the impedance discontinuity from a DUT driver/receiver or pin electronics driver/receiver. 8. 8 Impedance discontinuities at the pin electronics and DUT receiver. Each time an electrical signal “sees” an impedance discontinuity, a portion of the electrical signal is reflected.

These concepts provide a basis for the following chapters. General references on this topic for the interested reader are [1–3]. 1 High-Speed Digital Signaling The inputs/outputs of a high-speed digital interface are electrical waveforms (ignoring optical interfaces) that represent information encoded in a digital signal. 1. Most high-speed digital standards use a nonreturn to zero (NRZ) approach for the signal being transmitted. Return to zero (RZ) signaling is usually not used on high-speed digital interfaces due to its bandwidth requirements.

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