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A General Method for Obtaining Impedance and Coupling Characteristics of Practical Microstrip and Triplate Transmission Line Configurations

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3 Author(s)
Hill, Y.M. ; Components Division, Endicott, New York, USA ; Reckord, N.O. ; Winner, D.R.

In order to design an interconnection system for nanosecond-risetime logic circuitry, it is necessary to obtain a balance between impedance variations, propagation velocities, and crosstalk levels so as to achieve the best system speed as well as system speed control. To accomplish this, it is necessary to relate the electrical material properties and physical dimensions of the connections to characteristic impedances, propagation velocities, and crosstalk coupling coefficients.

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IBM Journal of Research and Development  (Volume:13 ,  Issue: 3 )

Date of Publication:

May 1969

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