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Hardware tips for point-to-point system design: termination, layout and routing

Posted: 05 Mar 2009 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:PCB design? point to point system? hardware? application note?

Designers can benefit from a set of proven techniques for termination, layout, and routing for SDRAM and DDR devices used in point-to-point interfaces. Derived from electronic theory and Micron design experience, the guidelines in this technical note are meant to be used for signal integrity optimization in point-to-point systems.

This technical note is the practical companion to Micron technical note TN-46-06, "Termination for Point-to-Point Systems," which discusses transmission line theory and the effects of series resistance. Micron recommends that designers using SDRAM or DDR components in a point-to-point system consult TN-46-06 regarding theory and use this technical note as a primary memory-subsystem design recommendation for PCBs.

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