# Signal and Power Integrity - Simplified, 3rd edition

• Eric Bogatin

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## Overview

Preface to the Third Edition     xix
Preface to the Second Edition     xxi
Preface to the First Edition     xxiii

Chapter 1  Signal Integrity Is in Your Future     1
1.1  What Are Signal Integrity, Power Integrity, and Electromagnetic Compatibility?     3
1.2  Signal-Integrity Effects on One Net     7
1.3  Cross Talk     11
1.4  Rail-Collapse Noise     14
1.5  Electromagnetic Interference (EMI)     17
1.6  Two Important Signal-Integrity Generalizations     19
1.7  Trends in Electronic Products     20
1.8  The Need for a New Design Methodology     26
1.9  A New Product Design Methodology     27
1.10  Simulations     29
1.11  Modeling and Models     34
1.12  Creating Circuit Models from Calculation     36
1.13  Three Types of Measurements     42
1.14  The Role of Measurements     45
1.15  The Bottom Line     48
Review Questions     50
Chapter 2  Time and Frequency Domains     51
2.1  The Time Domain     52
2.2  Sine Waves in the Frequency Domain     54
2.3  Shorter Time to a Solution in the Frequency Domain     56
2.4  Sine-Wave Features     58
2.5  The Fourier Transform     60
2.6  The Spectrum of a Repetitive Signal     62
2.7  The Spectrum of an Ideal Square Wave     64
2.8  From the Frequency Domain to the Time Domain     66
2.9  Effect of Bandwidth on Rise Time     68
2.10  Bandwidth and Rise Time     72
2.11  What Does Significant Mean?     73
2.12  Bandwidth of Real Signals     77
2.13  Bandwidth and Clock Frequency     78
2.14  Bandwidth of a Measurement     80
2.15  Bandwidth of a Model     83
2.16  Bandwidth of an Interconnect     85
2.17  The Bottom Line     89
Review Questions     90
Chapter 3  Impedance and Electrical Models     93
3.1  Describing Signal-Integrity Solutions in Terms of Impedance     94
3.2  What Is Impedance?     97
3.3  Real Versus Ideal Circuit Elements     99
3.4  Impedance of an Ideal Resistor in the Time Domain     102
3.5  Impedance of an Ideal Capacitor in the Time Domain     103
3.6  Impedance of an Ideal Inductor in the Time Domain     107
3.7  Impedance in the Frequency Domain     109
3.8  Equivalent Electrical Circuit Models     115
3.9  Circuit Theory and SPICE     117
3.10  Introduction to Measurement-Based Modeling     121
3.11  The Bottom Line     126
Review Questions     128
Chapter 4  The Physical Basis of Resistance     131
4.1  Translating Physical Design into Electrical Performance     132
4.2  The Only Good Approximation for the Resistance of Interconnects     133

ISBN-13: 9780137582266

Subject: Computer Organization

Category: Signal and Power Integrity - Simplified

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