High Speed Digital Design discusses the major factors to consider in designing a high speed digital system and how design concepts affect the functionality of the system as a whole It will help you understand why signals act so differently on a high speed digital system, identify the various problems that may occur in the design, and research solutions to minimize their impact and address their root causes The authors offer a strong foundation that will help you get high speed digital system designs right the first time Taking a systems design approach, High Speed Digital Design offers a progression from fundamental to advanced concepts, starting with transmission line theory, covering core concepts as well as recent developments It then covers the challenges of signal and power integrity, offers guidelines for channel modeling, and optimizing link circuits Tying together concepts presented throughout the book, the authors present Intel processors and chipsets as real world design examples.Provides knowledge and guidance in the design of high speed digital circuitsExplores the latest developments in system designCovers everything that encompasses a successful printed circuit board PCB productOffers insight from Intel insiders about real world high speed digital design...
|Title||:||High Speed Digital Design: Design of High Speed Interconnects and Signaling|
|Publisher||:||Morgan Kaufmann 1 edition September 17, 2015|
|Number of Pages||:||272 pages|
|File Size||:||863 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
High Speed Digital Design: Design of High Speed Interconnects and Signaling Reviews
The content is good and practical because of Intel. but disappointed at authors because not much original material, most directly copied from internal design reviews or technical document. Hall and Heck's book is more worth buying.
This book is for beginners and experts as well. Excellent reference text and the best description is "straight to the point". This book removes rigorous math yet may still surprise you sometimes. Another important thing to point out is that this book covers techniques implemented in IEEE and other high speed channel standards such as ICN (Integrated Crosstalk Ratio) which you don't find in other texts. Granted, a lot of those techniques were contributed by Intel and fyi, the authors have Intel background. One of the most important things I find in judging the quality of a book is can it answer the question "why?" clearly to certain situations. This one does a great job at that in many areas and deserves a 5 star. Kudos and thanks to the authors.
I found the text of this book to be very useful. The authors gave actual examples of non ideal cases and their impacts. This is exactly what I was looking for. I liked the writing style and information presented. I gave this book 3 stars because I am extremely disappointed in the publishing. The book contains a lot of diagrams and graphs to illustrate points. However, the book was printed in black and white making these diagrams almost useless. Make sure the preview you look at is for the book not the kindle edition (which is in color). For a $100 book it should have been printed in color.