From: Beal, Weston (Weston.Beal@compaq.com)
Date: Mon Nov 01 1999 - 09:21:42 PST
The best definition I've ever heard of High-Speed was from someone on this
list. Speak up or I'll take the credit.
High-Speed is any design that has faster edge rates or clock rates than
you've designed before.
It's new to you, so you need to study and analyze it.
From: Lum Wee Mei [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Sunday, 31 October, 1999 10:54 PM
Subject: [SI-LIST] : Definition of Hi-Speed (UC)
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
in a simple and easy to understand definition so that my
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