From: Ritchey Lee (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Apr 13 2001 - 08:13:26 PDT
Even at 2.4 GB/Sec, we don't see a need to match closer than 60 mils. WHat
kind of application is this to need such matching?
> ---------Included Message----------
> > near the clock driver. I learned that the pair needs
> > to be length matched to within 2 mils.
> Damn! How fast did you say this chip ran? Must have a tremendously fast
> edge rate or something! I've never had to match to that close a
> tolerance. Wow!
> You might access the archives to see about some ansers. It's website
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