From: Lyke James Civ AFRL/VSSE (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Nov 10 2000 - 05:13:37 PST
I am involved with a painful situation in which we have to mix high-speed
digital with sensitive instrumentation in an infrared sensor and mirror
control servos. In instrumentation, there is a very strong emphasis on
single point grounds, but for the nearly 100 processors and 16,
1-gigabit/second links inside the same system, a different set of
philosophies emerge, in which in order to make the transmission line
structures function correctly, etc. we must deal with keeping the ground
impedances low through a multiplicity of ground contacts. This violates the
first idea about a single point ground.
How can these philosophies be reconciled within a single system?
JIM LYKE, AFRL/VSSE
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