Re: [SI-LIST] : which book is better?

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From: Tadashi Arai (arap@paso.fujitsu.co.jp)
Date: Wed Dec 27 2000 - 21:32:10 PST


Hi All,

I have both, and in my opinion...

The "Black Magic" is fundamental and covers the "Rules of Thumb" a
modern engineer should know. It may be a starting point of the digital
design field.

The other is aiming to more detailed design for "GHz". It talks about
more steps to "non-ideal" world, such as frequency-dependency or lossy
media. Also it contains "How-to" do simulations and do measurements in
the modern design. This book is a bit "over-spec" for me now, but helps
to understanding the advanced designing.

If you are not satisfied with the "Black Magic", Stephen Hall's will be
worth.

Hope this will help you...

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Tadashi Arai//Platform Developing Dept.,Desktop Prd Div. Fujitsu Limited
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On Thu, 28 Dec 2000 08:59:48 +0800
Mail from paulnets@ms24.hinet.net described as below:

> Hiya, guys,
>
> I have similar question. Now I already have the " Black Magic " book,
> and I found it very good. I am considering to buy another book as
> mentioned in the mail. Do you think it worths to have both books? Or one
> is good enough?
>
> Thanks.
>
> Paul
>
> Yu Wang wrote:
>
> > Hi, all there,
> > I remember somebody talked about new scripture
> > "High-Speed Digital System Design: A Handbook of
> > Interconnect Theory and Design Practices" and the
> > bible "High-Speed Digital Design: A Handbook of Black
> > Magic".
> > Unfortunately, I forgot the result. So, I would
> > appreciate anyone's comments on which one is worthier
> > to keep? Thank you in advance.
> >
> > yu
> >
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