The demand for higher throughput combined with the finite number of I/Os has increased the need for higher data rates per pin [1-6]. Unfortunately, this usually results in increased inter-symbol interference and crosstalk noise, demanding larger power consumption for signal amplification and equalization. Conventionally, crosstalk has been handled by board-level techniques i.e. maintaining sufficient distance between channels or shielding signal channels. Choosing differential I/Os instead of single-ended can reduce crosstalk but at the cost of doubling the number of I/O pads and increases power consumption.
|Original language||English (US)|
|Title of host publication||Analog Circuits and Signal Processing|
|Number of pages||20|
|State||Published - 2014|
|Name||Analog Circuits and Signal Processing|
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- Arbitrary Waveform Generator
- Channel Spacing
- Crosstalk Noise
- Crosstalk Signal
- Forward Signal