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Signal Integrity for High-Speed Digital Design

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Signal Integrity for High-Speed Digital Design is taught by Dr. Jun Fan. 

Dr. Fans' research interests include:  link path design, block-by-block approach, RF interference, time-domain analysis, frequency-domain analysis, printed circuit testing, power integrated circuits, electromagnetic compatibility, transmitter waveform and dispersion penalty, power supply circuits, finite element method, radiation prediction.
Signal integrity is the practice of ensuring sufficient fidelity of a signal transmitted between a driver and a receiver for proper functioning of the circuit, e.g., the signals over the high-speed bus between a processor and its chip-set. The integrity of a signal in real-world applications is compromised by artifacts of the layout of the circuits on a printed circuit board, the type of IC package being used, and is impacted by the circuit logic family, power delivery network, and other aspects of high-speed digital design. These non-ideal, real-world effects can lead to severely distorted voltage and current waveforms and signal jitter, and result in faulty switching and logic errors. This course gives engineers the necessary skills to ensure signal quality for practical designs using a combination of standard design practices as well as commercial CAD tools.

This course contains videos of class lectures and experimental demonstrations, as well as course notes, assignments, assignment solutions, and practice exams. Watching the videos, doing the homework, and working through the exams should give you the same learning experience as our senior and graduate students at Missouri S&T.
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