From: KokTongTHAM ([email protected])
Date: Fri Mar 30 2001 - 02:04:04 PST
Thanks for you reply.
At $B8aA0(B 10:17 01/03/29 -0500, you wrote:
>At a high level, my answer would be no in that
>the signals are sampled on clock boundaries so
>their behavior during their transition should not
>be of consequence.
>That being said. A non-monotonic signal will take
>longer to reach threshold as compared to a clean
>incident wave switched signal. Your client could
>have very tight timing or be looking for the maximum
>possible timing margin.
>Just my 0.02
>Michael C. Greim Sonus Networks
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>Making the world safe for digital signals everywhere
>And all this science I don't understand
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>The time is gone. The email's over
>Thought I'd something more to say......
>From: Ingraham, Andrew [mailto:[email protected]]
>Sent: Thursday, March 29, 2001 9:20 AM
>Cc: [email protected]
>Subject: RE: [SI-LIST] : non-monotonic
> > I have a client who require monotonicity for address and control signal
> > for
> > DIMM(SDRAM).
> > Is non-monotonic(other then clock) make bad effect to SDRAM?
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