From: Sean Murray (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Aug 21 2000 - 16:01:20 PDT
We are seeing quite a bit of requests for high speed differential
pair boards; edge-2-edge, broadside, you name it. Recently I received one
where the two complements were none of the above, but rather were joined at
a central point. They are not close enough to be edge to edge, nor do they
even run in the same general vicinity; rather they run to a central point.
Any idea what this is and how to measure, specify to make sure that
the diff impedance is what is required (zod=100 ohms, z=50).
M&M Specialties Inc.
1236 W. Southern Ave. #106
Tempe, AZ. 85282-4518
Phone: (480) 858-0393 x105
Cell: (602) 684-7859
Fax: (480) 858-1882
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