From: Stuart Adams (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Feb 19 2001 - 12:55:20 PST
Anyone have some rules of thumb when to use or not use
series damping resistors ??
I am reviewing a design (CPU + ASIC + SDRAM) and they have
used series damping resistors on all the data and address busses
(even for short point to point unidirectional busses)
(15 resistor packs for a total of 120 resistors)
I'm trying to figure out if this is overkill ?? (Typically I
have seen damping resistors used only on the address drivers
for the SDRAM array)
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