Noise on Vcc and its effects on ICs
Broadcasted on 1/25/2012
Bob Muro, Wireless Telecom Group
Modern integrated circuits contain billions of transistors that require complex power distribution systems. This power distribution complexity combined with inexpensive switch-mode power supplies creates several sources of noise found on the power and ground planes of a PC circuit board. This interference is difficult to model using software and contributes to jitter timing problems within the IC. The Noisecom JV9000A is designed to generate random and deterministic noise on the power and ground planes to emulate this behavior. The webinar illustrates how the JV9000A can be used to generate these effects in real systems.
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