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Impairment of noise immunity of digital monolithic integrated circuits caused by supply-line and earth-line current spikes in conjunction with coaxial-cable connections

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2 Author(s)
Abdel-Latif, M. ; Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Department of Advanced Electrical Engineering, Zurich, Switzerland ; Strutt, M.J.O.

Voltage fluctuations generated on the common supply and earth lines of a digital system are caused mainly by capacitances of interconnecting coaxial cables and the self inductances of these common lines. This impairment of noise immunity can be eliminated by the addition of proper integrated m.o.s. capacitances.

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Electronics Letters  (Volume:6 ,  Issue: 20 )