From: Aloke Bhattacharya (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Feb 19 2001 - 04:29:24 PST
As far as I know, you won't see the inbuilt termination(also called as
on-die termination) as a separate component in the IBIS file. When you take
the V-I measurements with the termination,definitely it will be different
from the one without a termination. So the changed V-I characteristics(I
think the power clamp and ground clamp characteristics will get changed)
itself will take care of the termination. Hence, if you have got the proper
IBIS model whose V-I curves take care of the termination, that's enough for
Any suggestions/comments are welcome.
"Hemant Fulsunge" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>Hello SI Experts,
> I have a question regarding the inbuilt termination
for a device.
> 1.. Where does it show up in the IBIS file or where else can I find the
relevant information for the same?
>Awaiting to hear your answers soon.
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