From: Michael Nudelman ([email protected])
Date: Mon Nov 20 2000 - 14:25:29 PST
My point exactly. Broadside will provide tighter coupling of the traces to each
other, so the return current is shared between traces and planes, versus
edge-coupling, where the return current practically conducted by planes alone.
THis way the "blips" will be of lower magnitude, plus the voltage spike across
the ferrite bead also will be lower..
[email protected] wrote:
> Good point, Mike. What do you mean by "shear traces coupling"? I would
> think longer traces across a ferrite or segmented plane section would benefit
> from using broadside coupled pairs. What do you think?
> Richard Ellison
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