CMPE173: High-Speed Digital Design

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Studies of analog circuit principles relevant to high-speed digital design: signal propagation, crosstalk, and electromagnetic interference. Topics include electrical characteristics of digital circuits, interfacing different logic families, measurement techniques, transmission lines, ground planes and grounding, terminations, power systems, connectors/ribbon cables, clock distribution, shielding, electromagnetic compatibility and noise suppression, and bus architectures. Prerequisite(s): Electrical Engineering 101/L, Electrical Engineering 171 and Computer Engineering 121 recommended. Previous or concurrent enrollment in course 173L required. Enrollment limited to 30. P. Chan, S. Petersen

5 Credits

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Reassigned as EE173

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