From: Chandan Das (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun May 20 2001 - 22:58:20 PDT
I asked the same question sometime in March, but
received no answer. I have always routed PCI signals
in a daisy-chain. I was curious to know if others have
delivered successful & reliable board-designs by using
some other topology for routing the PCI BUS.
As of now, I can only say that loads should be evenly
spaced on the PCI bus.
Please refer to the following article for another
style of routing the PCI bus:
Treat Circuit Boards as Design Components in PCI-based
Systems by Jim Murashige, EDN Magazine, 11/23/94.
Awaiting your comments.
> I want to consult you a question.
> Is daisy chain routing for PCI preferred?
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