Re: [SI-LIST] : Backplane Analysis / GTL Technology

JOHN HANS-JOERG (JOHN@n413pdb.pdb.sni.de)
Thu, 24 Jul 1997 09:19:37 +1

Hello from Paderborn in Germany:

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> Some other references are ....
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> On GTL -----> www.asicasic.com/app_notes/GTL
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> On GTL+ -----> GTL+ app note, CMD Aug. 1996 Data Book
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An other good reference for all topics of GTL+ is INTEL's app note
AP-524 "PentiumPro Processor GTL+ Guidelines". You find it in the
web:

http://www.intel.com/design/pro/applnotes

The AP-523 (Power Distribution Guidelines) contains also some
information regarding GTL+ requirements.

I hope this helps.

Hans-Joerg John

> Hi,
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> Has anyone done any backplane analyses using GTL technology?
> I'm looking for any information, white papers, app notes, etc. addressing
> multidrop backplanes using GTL bidirectional drivers & receivers. Any
> information regarding the following would be greatly appreciated:
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> - attainable backplane speed vs. loading (# of slots)
> - GTL problems / anomalies
> - signal integrity / noise susceptibility
> - ASIC vendors with GTL I/O (support for live insertion would be nice)
> - preferred design parameters
> - etc.
>
> Thanks in advance,
> Jim Mc
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