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velocity of propagation of FR4

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loss tangent of FR4

Abstract: velocity of propagation of FR4 Teflon has a lower Er thus low loss The lower the Er the faster the velocity of propagation (Equation 1 , Epoxy Glass (FR-4) 4 1­5 3 C Equation (1) V C e 0 0118 in ps (Speed of light) V e Velocity of , not tight is where the Er can change Within a single FR-4 PCB a 10% variation of Er is not uncommon and this can alter the propagation velocity of the signal considerably This can lead to skew issues , stripline is longer than that of microstrip Typically microstrip has a delay of 147 ps in (FR-4) and
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loss tangent of FR4

Abstract: FR4 dielectric constant 4.9 Velocity of Propagation Er = die-electric constant PCB manufacturers publish a datasheet along with , not tight is where the Er can change. Within a single FR-4 PCB a 10% variation of Er is not uncommon and this can alter the propagation velocity of the signal considerably. This can lead to skew issues , . The lower the Er, the faster the velocity of propagation (Equation 1), the faster the board. The key , through a stripline is longer than that of microstrip. Typically, microstrip has a delay of 147 ps/in (FR-4
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velocity of propagation of FR4

Abstract: loss tangent of FR4 Teflon has a lower Er thus low loss The lower the Er the faster the velocity of propagation (Equation 1 , Epoxy Glass (FR-4) 4 1­5 3 C Equation (1) V C e 0 0118 in ps (Speed of light) V e Velocity of , not tight is where the Er can change Within a single FR-4 PCB a 10% variation of Er is not uncommon and this can alter the propagation velocity of the signal considerably This can lead to skew issues , stripline is longer than that of microstrip Typically microstrip has a delay of 147 ps in (FR-4) and
National Semiconductor
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gus-qsca

Abstract: FR4 dielectric constant at 2.4 Ghz electrical ) divide the physical length of the transmission line ( l physical ) by the propagation velocity , propagation velocity ( v p ) Fig. 1. Maximum physical lengths of unterminated transmission lines. Page 2 , =4.6 and Zo=50 ohms, resulting in a velocity of propagation of 165m/s. REFERENCES [1] H. Johnson and , propagation delay of a signal trace or cable was small as compared to the rise time of the digital signal , since there is no propagation time between a signal and its reflection from the end of the line. A
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velocity of propagation of FR4

Abstract: transmission line theory electromagnetic waves velocity of propagation. Velocity in free space is V0= 1/ (0µ0) = 300x106 m/s This is an , dependent on the surrounding medium. Propagation delay is the inverse of propagation velocity W On a , Propagation Delay of Electromagnic Fields in Various Media When discussing digital design , 1.8 Coax cable (75% velocity) 129 2.3 FR4 PCB, outer trace 140- 180 2.8- 4.5 , then twice the propagation time Tp, or time of flight for the signals electromagnetic wave to reach
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velocity of propagation of FR4

Abstract: 11801B Circuit Board (PCB) Test Methodology 6 3.1.2 Propagation Velocity Test Coupon General Guidelines Measurement of velocity or propagation delay is generally more difficult than impedance measurements. For , Impedance Test Coupon General Guidelines . 6 3.1.2 Propagation Velocity Test , low-cost FR4 dielectric PCBs. The combination of proper bus trace geometry and PCB test methodology are , impedance and propagation velocity. Increasing bus design speeds require improved impedance and coupling
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Hewlett-Packard transistor microwave

Abstract: 2041-6204-00 6 3.1.2 Propagation Velocity Test Coupon General Guidelines Measurement of velocity or , Impedance Test Coupon General Guidelines.6 3.1.2 Propagation Velocity Test , Circuit Board (PCB) trace impedance and propagation velocity. By using the methodologies described , utilizing low-cost FR4 dielectric PCBs. The combination of proper bus trace geometry and PCB test , determining trace characteristic impedance and propagation velocity. High-speed bus designs require improved
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FR4 substrate epoxy dielectric constant 4.4

Abstract: FR4 dielectric constant 4.3 Microstrip characteristic impedance is: PROPAGATION VELOCITY AND INTRINSIC DELAY The velocity of , propagation delay for microstrip is: The velocity of propagation for stripline is: Where: w = trace width , DELAY Where: Ct in pF, tr in ps and T d The velocity of propagation for microstrip is the same as , for microstrip, The velocity of propagation for stripline is the same as shown in Appendix A. The , calculates the per unit-length propagation delay of a wave traveling on an unloaded microstrip or stripline
National Semiconductor
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velocity of propagation of FR4

Abstract: FR4 dielectric constant 4.3 DELAY The velocity of propagation for microstrip is: If w 2h (maximum error 3%). Microstrip line width is: The intrinsic propagation delay for microstrip is: The velocity of propagation for , velocity of propagation for microstrip is the same as shown in Appendix A. Where: Ct in pF, tr in ps , : The velocity of propagation for stripline is the same as shown in Appendix A. The intrinsic , scale. INTRINSIC DELAY (SIDE TWO) This scale calculates the per unit-length propagation delay of a
National Semiconductor
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CITS500S

Abstract: GENERAL PCB BOARD . Printed Circuit Board (PCB) Test Methodology 6 3.1.2 Propagation Velocity Test Coupon General Guidelines Measurement of velocity or propagation delay is generally more difficult than impedance , Impedance Test Coupon General Guidelines .6 3.1.2 Propagation Velocity , low-cost FR4 dielectric PCBs. The combination of proper bus trace geometry and PCB test methodology are , impedance and propagation velocity. Increasing bus design speeds require improved impedance and coupling
Intel
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FR4 dielectric constant 4.3

Abstract: 74376 DELAY The velocity of propagation for microstrip is: If w 2h (maximum error 3%). Microstrip line width is: The intrinsic propagation delay for microstrip is: The velocity of propagation for , INTRINSIC DELAY The velocity of propagation for microstrip is the same as shown in Appendix A. Where , delay for microstrip is: The velocity of propagation for stripline is the same as shown in Appendix , unit-length propagation delay of a wave traveling on an unloaded microstrip or stripline transmission line
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FR4 dielectric constant 4.3

Abstract: FR4 microstrip stub DELAY The velocity of propagation for microstrip is: If w 2h (maximum error 3%). Microstrip line width is: The intrinsic propagation delay for microstrip is: The velocity of propagation for , velocity of propagation for microstrip is the same as shown in Appendix A. Where: Ct in pF, tr in ps , : The velocity of propagation for stripline is the same as shown in Appendix A. The intrinsic , scale. INTRINSIC DELAY (SIDE TWO) This scale calculates the per unit-length propagation delay of a
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AN011899

Abstract: FR4 dielectric constant 4.3 velocity of propagation for microstrip is: If w 2h (maximum error 3%). Microstrip line width is: The intrinsic propagation delay for microstrip is: The velocity of propagation for stripline is , : and the intrinsic inductance is: PROPAGATION VELOCITY AND INTRINSIC DELAY The velocity of , unit-length propagation delay of a wave traveling on an unloaded microstrip or stripline transmission line , per-unit-length propagation delay resulting from adding 4 pF/cm to a micro-strip line having an unloaded Z0 of
National Semiconductor
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AN1113

Abstract: velocity of propagation of FR4 the material Since the index of refraction of FR4 material is about 4.5, propagation velocity of a , resulting in a propagation velocity of about 1.73 x 10 cm/sec, which corresponds to a propagation delay of , velocity is found to be v= Where c c = n µ c is the speed of light n is the index of , rate of propagation, then, would be the inverse of this, or 70.77 ps/cm, or 179.7 ps/inch. On an , 1.0) and that of the board material and is generally taken to be between 2.8 and 4 on FR4 10
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velocity of propagation of FR4

Abstract: register with 7473 routed to two or more outputs), any two outputs will exhibit less than 750ps of skew. In the synchronous , Switch connects any of the 64 inputs to any combination of 64 output channels, according to a user , each register corresponding to an output channel. The six bits are a binary numerical representation of , binary numerical representation of the output channel (ie.: 000000 corresponds to DOUT_0, 000001 , crosspoint is configured through a serial data port consisting of three pins: SERS, SERC, and SERD. SERS is
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OCR Scan
Abstract: operation (one input routed to two or more outputs), any two outputs will exhibit less than 750ps of skew , Crosspoint Switch VSC6464 Functional Description This Crosspoint Switch connects any of the 64 inputs to any combination of 64 output channels, according to a user defined bit pattern stored in each , output channel. The six bits are a binary numerical representation of the input channel selected (i.e , of the output channel (ie.: 000000 corresponds to DOUT_0, 000001 corresponds to D O U T_l, etc.). -
OCR Scan
208PQFP G52219-0

G38-87

Abstract: VSC6464 ), any two outputs will exhibit less than 750ps of skew. In the synchronous mode, high-speed digital , Description This Crosspoint Switch connects any of the 64 inputs to any combination of 64 output channels , representation of the input channel selected (i.e.: 000000 corresponds to DIN_0, 000001 corresponds to DIN , six bits are a binary numerical representation of the output channel (ie.: 000000 corresponds to DOUT , port. The crosspoint is configured through a serial data port consisting of three pins: SERS, SERC
Vitesse Semiconductor
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G38-87

MEGTRON 6

Abstract: AN-672 conductor embedded within it as well as the speed of signal propagation on the transmission line. Lower , separation (S) of 15 mils. For FR4, the total dielectric thickness is 18.7 mils (T+H1+H2). For the same trace , end-to-end link design of a transceiver channel becomes increasingly critical to the overall performance of , this data rate, the UI is less than 36 ps. Any signal degradation of the channel can impact jitter margin and increase eye closure, resulting in increased bit error rates (BER). Two of the proposed
Altera
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AN-672 MEGTRON 6 100-G CEI-25G-LR CEI-28G-VSR

rogers4350

Abstract: 633200 result! (Note that the velocity of propagation, v = c/r where c (the speed of light) = 0.2997mm/ps or , therefore can significantly decrease EMI, but has the penalty of slower propagation velocity (about 40 , More shielding can be achieved using microstrip without significantly impacting propagation velocity , assume that switching to LVDS (or any differential technology) will solve all of their noise problems , . Therefore, knowledge of ultra-high-speed board design and differential signal theory is required. Designing
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rogers4350 633200 FR4 microstrip stub Super matched pair Rogers stripline pcb

FR4 dielectric constant 4.6

Abstract: RG6 ATTENUATION Propagation µ = magnetic permeability of the conductor and Communication on short lengths of copper , variation in propagation is caused by two different phenomena: a change in dielectric constant of the cable , 100m of RG59 Cable Table 3. D21.5 Signal Propagation Rates By using an IFT (inverse Fourier , in propagation velocity versus frequency known as dispersion. 5 Using HOTLink with Long Copper , these pieces has a small effect on the total propagation rate of signals. Most of these effects are only
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AN-806 FR4 dielectric constant 4.6 RG6 ATTENUATION velocity of propagation of FR4 alpha industries catalog FR4 dielectric constant at 2.4 Ghz
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