From: Doug McKean (email@example.com)
Date: Thu May 25 2000 - 15:35:52 PDT
I've seen the derivation for the BW = 0.35/tr(10% - 90%).
I haven't seen the derivation for the BW = 0.5/tr
Barry Ma wrote:
> There is another way to figure out what is the highest frequency we might need to take care of:
> Howard Johnson call it Fknee = 0.5/Tr. Given Tr = 0.4 ns, We have Fknee = 1.25 GHz.
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