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Look at Samtec's site for a starter plenty of high data rate connectors. KlausST... Black
Hi all, I have a question regarding HDMI layout: I have a HDMI board I need to layout, this board has just two connector: one connector is to my main board, and the other is a HDMI connector(i.e. this is a HDMI adapter board). In your professional opinion, if I don't match the lines to 100 ohms will this cause the HDMI to fail? (...)
Found this on Google: Does your board require additional high speed I/O interface?
Looks like a Hirose FX11 series low profile board-to-board connector, or possibly another brand but basically the same thing. I've used them also on flex-circuit-to-FR4 PCB assemblies with high speed logic and/or differential signaling between boards.
We have an in-house USB 2.0 high speed device design with a captive cable that is showing violations of the Template 2 requirements when measured at TP2 (host board connector). Specifically, we are violating the D+/D- Level 2 parameter values of -525 mV. (See attached waveform.) Some other details: this same device, with designed w
Hi FSI connector has no counter co.nnector to mate with. it touches tospecial designed PCB pads which are done to touch to FSI.Thus FSI is prefrred for systems with not big mechanical stress like high speed systems.One example of.FSI cpnn.and its recommended pad counter in atmel s stk600 boards and its related docs.
They are not high speed signals, 100Mhz at most.
The multiple ground pin assignment of the shown JTAG connector is preferable for high speed operation. Signal lines are separated by ground line in the flat cable. I assume it's a standard ARM JTAG connector, it also exposes a RTCK signal that isn't generally used by all JTAG implementations. Besides the ARM JTAG scheme, (...)
:roll:hi friends i want to simulate high speed differential nets those are connected from Q-seven module to simulating these nets i need IBIS module of connector required but i dontknow how create connector module in hyperlinx..if you know please help me .... thanks in advance
Precise 3D connector models are usually provided for high speed data and RF connectors. I doubt if any vendor has it for their SIM card connectors. I guess, it's a relaistic assumption, that have to draw it yourself. There are also very different constructions in use. The required accuracy and mechanical (...)
Hello! Does anybody know typical values of the parasitic capacitances of the commonly used board-to-board connectors for high speed LVDS I/O. Thanks.
i m currently doing the layout for a pcie add in card using a 4 layer board. the high speed differential Rx and Tx (propagating till 2.5GHz signals) are not placed in the same layer at the golden finger connector. please check the layout below: top layer - red traces bottom layer - blue traces the Rx diff traces are connected (...)
i m currently doing the layout for a pcie add in card using a 4 layer board. the high speed differential Rx and Tx (propagating till 2.5GHz signals) are not placed in the same layer at the golden finger connector. please check the layout below: top layer - red traces bottom layer - blue traces the Rx diff traces are connected (...)
Hi, does anyone have an idea on how to model the expresscard connector. I know a book called Handbook of Digital Techniques for high-speed Design has a chapter discussing expresscard, unfortunately, I don't have that book. Please let me know if you've done some connector modeling, thanks in advance, Greg
Hi I was wondering if anyone had experience of routing any of the Samtec high speed connectors. I am using Altium designer and was looking for maybe an example image or maybe some tips. The connector I am using is the QSH DP Cheers Jon
Hi, friends I have a problem on how to model the connector to make it be used in Cadence PCB SI 630. The connector has 230pins, and high speed differential signals can run on it. I already have the SPICE Netlist of the connector, it is a RLC network, but not for all 230pins, only for a pair differential (...)
There are 3 types of USB 1.low speed 2.full speed 3.high speed
If you have other digital (high speed) wires near your DVI differential pairs then you have to shield them by GND! If your DVI differential pairs not have any digital wire near them then shield is not important! Important ? uniform along the critical wires!
Hi all I want to run a high speed (2.5 - 3.0 Gbit/s) serial link between Xilinx Virtex 2 Pro FPGAs on two different boards. I want to use an impedance controlled connector (Samtec QTH/QSH-DP) between the boards (one board plugs on top of the other). Does anyone have experience analysing signal integrity issues in scenarios like this? (...)