From: Mike Jenkins (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Apr 20 2000 - 11:29:41 PDT
Based on experience with Fibre Channel PCB layouts, 150 ohm dif'l
striplines will require some pretty thick dielectrics and some
pretty thin lines. I believe it's doable, but will dictate some
trade-offs on the cross section.
> We currently have an application that requires some signals to
> be 150 ohms (stripline if possible?); with them being routed as
> differential pairs so that their impedance is 75 ohms. Anyone have any
> experience with this as stripline. We have done them as microstrip
> before and at 100/50 stripline, but never 150/75.
> Sean Murray
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