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SIJ Publishes 2021 Issue!

Signal Integrity Journal, covering signal integrity, power integrity and EMC/EMI, has published its 2021 issue. The magazine is available in print (by subscription and at select SI/PI/EMI events) and is also available as a technical eBook. Download Now.

Signal Integrity Journal, covering signal integrity, power integrity and EMC/EMI, has published its 2021 issue. The magazine is available in print (by subscription and at select SI/PI/EMI events) and is also available as a technical eBook.


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Optimize Differential Measurements on High-Speed Interfaces

High-speed serial interfaces often transmit data with differential signaling. A trace differential probe is used and often provide an additional connection for ground – especially the higher bandwidth models.

High-speed serial interfaces often transmit data with differential signaling. A trace differential probe is used and often provide an additional connection for ground – especially the higher bandwidth models. The ground connection on the R&S®RT-ZMxx modular multimode probes can be used to improve measurements on high-speed differential interfaces.


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PCB Design Guide to Via and Trace Currents and Temperatures

This exciting new book will explore how hot traces and vias will be and what board, circuit, design, and environmental parameters are the most important.

A very important part of printed circuit board (PCB) design involves sizing traces and vias to carry the required current. This exciting new book will explore how hot traces and vias will be and what board, circuit, design, and environmental parameters are the most important.


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Fast Validation of EMC Test Sites Above 1 GHz With Time Domain S(VSWR)

EMI test sites for radiated emission measurements in the 1 GHz to 18 GHz frequency range rely on free space conditions to minimize the influence of reflections on the received signal.

EMI test sites for radiated emission measurements in the 1 GHz to 18 GHz frequency range rely on free space conditions to minimize the influence of reflections on the received signal. Practically, this is achieved using shielded enclosures that are fully lined with RF absorbing material (fully anechoic room, FAR).


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