From: David Instone (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Nov 21 2000 - 02:50:46 PST
Michael Nudelman wrote:
> Then take your skew number, which
> is roughly 6 inches per ns, or 6 mils per ps.
> So, every, say, 20 mils
> traces' skew will give you 120 ps signal skew.
Having frightened the life out of me, because FC only allows 25ps of
skew at the TX, I then realised your maths were a tad off! 20 mils
equates to 20/6 ps, not 20*6 ps so your 120ps would take 120*6 mils
which is 0.72 inch.
Oh well, we all have bad days.
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