From: Brad Underwood ([email protected])
Date: Fri Jan 26 2001 - 06:50:40 PST
It's been my experience that you will see significant attenuation
through a delay line if it is not properly grounded. If smt, the device
should be connected to ground plane with very very short thick traces.
If through-hole, the device ground pins should connect to ground plane
through a thermal relief.
Hope this helps.
opamps cybernetics wrote:
> Hi Gurus,
> I am trying to begug a system with fixed delay lines on it. Has anybody know
> if these delay lines can cause signal drops? I am experiencing a substantial
> signal drop right after the delay line.
> Will we see a less voltage level at TL2 than TL1?
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