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VL-413 Differential Circuits: Routing and Termination

VL-413 Differential Circuits: Routing and Termination

This is the third video lecture in the differential pair boot camp continuing education curriculum CEC-410 series. We discuss the problem created by reflections from differential impedance changes due to termination and routing, and the new problem unique to differential pairs: mode conversion. Many of the same issues in routing single-ended signals apply to differential pairs, but since the bandwidths are typically higher in differential pairs, the routing constraints are more severe. Mode conversion arises from any asymmetry between the two lines that make up a differential pair. We show the impact from mode conversion on the eye diagram, how significant it can be, and how to fix it. We also show how to terminate the common signal and when this is a good idea.

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