From: Ray Anderson ([email protected])
Date: Mon Apr 16 2001 - 12:34:01 PDT
Although there are several ways of doing this, one method which we
use in our lab and have had really good results with is to utilize
a commercial broadband bias tee to inject the noise.
Feed the DC power to your system through the tee's RF choke. Inject
your desired noise into the system via the capacitively coupled port.
We've also tried building up ferrite transformers etc. to try to
match the 'noise' to the ultra low impedance of the boards power
distribution system but found the bias tee method works much better.
Sun Microsystems Inc.
>I have a test board, which has clock drivers and SERDES on it. I want to
>observe the effect of power supply noise on the performance of SERDES
>and the jitter on the clock driver output. For that, I would like to
>introduce noise in the power planes. Can any body suggest how I could do
>Thanks and regards
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