[SI-LIST] : connector substitution for high speed signals

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Mon, 7 Jun 1999 10:15:17 +0800

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Hi All SI Experts,

One question.

If I want to use one connector to replace another connector because of cost
issue, what criteria are needed to prove they are electrically equivalent.
Especially the substitution is happened for high speed / low swing signals,
such as RAMBUS signals, which have 200ps for rising time.

Any comments or suggestions are appreciated.

Thank you for helps in advance.

John Lin
Quanta Computer Inc.
CAE Engineer
Tel: 1+886+03+3979000 ext. 5183
Fax: 1+886+03+3975000
Email: John@quantatw.com

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connector substitution for high speed signals

Hi All SI Experts,

One question.

If I want to use one connector to replace another = connector because of cost issue, what criteria are needed to prove they = are electrically equivalent.

Especially the substitution is happened for high = speed / low swing signals, such as RAMBUS signals, which have 200ps for = rising time.

Any comments or suggestions are appreciated.

Thank you for helps in advance.
 

John Lin
Quanta Computer Inc.
CAE Engineer
Tel: 1+886+03+3979000 ext. 5183
Fax: 1+886+03+3975000
Email: John@quantatw.com

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