RE: [SI-LIST] : non-monotonic

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From: Greim, Michael (mgreim@sonusnet.com)
Date: Thu Mar 29 2001 - 07:17:23 PST


Hi,

At a high level, my answer would be no in that
the signals are sampled on clock boundaries so
their behavior during their transition should not
be of consequence.

That being said. A non-monotonic signal will take
longer to reach threshold as compared to a clean
incident wave switched signal. Your client could
have very tight timing or be looking for the maximum
possible timing margin.

Just my 0.02

Best Regards,

Michael C. Greim Sonus Networks
mgreim@sonusnet.com 978-589-8336

Making the world safe for digital signals everywhere

And all this science I don't understand
It's just my job six days a week

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-----Original Message-----
From: Ingraham, Andrew [mailto:Andrew.Ingraham@compaq.com]
Sent: Thursday, March 29, 2001 9:20 AM
To: 'KokTongTHAM'
Cc: si-list@silab.eng.sun.com
Subject: RE: [SI-LIST] : non-monotonic

> I have a client who require monotonicity for address and control signal
> for
> DIMM(SDRAM).
> Is non-monotonic(other then clock) make bad effect to SDRAM?
 
Apparently.

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