From: Desmond Tan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Nov 01 1999 - 07:32:44 PST
I do agree with Patrick.
To put it in a simple and layman way.I will give an example:-
If you take a 1MHz TTL clock signal, fundamental freq =10MHz but its
odd harmonices may extend further than 100MHz.
BW=1/(pi* Tr) where Tr = risetime.
a Tr=1ns risetime will have high freq of ~300MHz.
So the main criteria of considering high speed signals
are their risetime, but its not clock freq.
Do u think that a 1MHz a high speed signal ?
Hope it helps.
>From: Lum Wee Mei <email@example.com>
>To: "'firstname.lastname@example.org'" <email@example.com>
>Subject: [SI-LIST] : Definition of Hi-Speed (UC)
>Date: Mon, 01 Nov 1999 12:54:16 +0800
>Pardon me for asking this stupid question because I am at a loss of how
>to explain hi-speed to my boss. He thinks that hi-speed is as simple and
>straightforward as resistance = V/I and nothing else. Hi-speed should be
>some circuits that need to operate at xxMHz or more. Anything less than
>xxMhz is not hi-speed.
>I would appreciate anyone of you experts out there who can enlighten me
>in a simple and easy to understand definition so that my boss can
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