From: Yu Wang (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Mar 20 2000 - 07:00:57 PST
I don't think your connecting sequence is a daisy
chain. Usually, a daisy chain starts with a driver.
but, if becuause of the layout restriction, you may
split the trace from the driver to two, each has Zo/2.
and put a termination at the end of each splited
--- Tham Kok Tong <email@example.com> wrote:
> I have a trace which connects in daisy-chain from 1
> driver(transceiver) to
> 6 receivers ( 2 ASICs (BGA type), 2 ROMs, 1 flash
> memory and 1 transceiver).
> The connecting sequence is 1) ASIC1, 2) ASIC2, 3),
> transceiver, 4) ROM1, 5)
> ROM2, 6) Flash memory.
> My problem is the simulation result shows reflection
> occurs at the
> receiver(non-monotonic waveform) nearest to the
> driver. Is it a good idea
> to put a pulldown resistor at that receiver(resistor
> value = Zo)?
> I welcome any suggestions or advices on this matter.
> Thank you.
> Ultimate Technologies Inc.
> SI Group
> 1462-6F, Shindencho, Nagano-Shi 380-0835,
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> FAX： 026-267-7259
Yu Wang, Ph.D
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Houston, TX, 77030
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