Comparing Time Domain and Frequency Domain Techniques for Investigation on Charge Delivery and Power-Bus Noise for High-Speed Printed Circuit Boards


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Signal integrity engineers and EMC engineers look at the decoupling capacitor in different ways. This award-winning paper presented at DesignCon 2007 looks at decoupling from a time-domain and a frequency-domain viewpoint. Click here to read this paper, authored by James L. Drewniak, University of Missouri-Rolla;

Bruce Archambeault, IBM; James Knighten, NCR; Giuseppe Selli, University of Missouri -Rolla; Jun Fan, NCR; Matteo Cocchini, University of Missouri-Rolla; Samuel Connor, IBM; and Liang Xue, National Semiconductor.

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