L = 2*(Ref. Coef.)*Zo*Tr,
where: Tr is the risetime of the incident pulse.
As a matter of practicality, you can also use for Tr the width of the half
height of the inductive bump. It works better most of the time.
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At 10:15 AM 7/28/97 -0400, you wrote:
>Can anybody tell me the formula for inductance calculation using the
>bump height of TDR trace?
>Since the network that I am on is not subscribed to SI-List, please send
>it to me directly.
>Thanks in advance.
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