By Stephen Thierauf
This engineering reference publication covers the theoretical and sensible points of high-speed electronic signalling on the point of the published circuit board.
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125 . 1 175 . 7) As expected, this is the same result as that obtained previously. 7) makes it convenient to scale the results to any current. 75 mV if the conductors switch 1 mA each. 2 Proximity Effect At low frequencies the current is uniformly distributed throughout the conductor, but at high frequencies the current tends to migrate to the surface of the conductor that is facing the return path. This concentration of current on adjacent surfaces is often called the proximity effect [3, 4], and in stripline or microstrip is responsible at high frequencies for the (gradual) concentration of current under the trace in the ground or power plane that acts as the signals return.
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This material is useful when developing transmission line circuit models. In most cases, detailed proofs are not offered for the mathematical relationships presented here. This is in keeping with this book’s spirit, which presents the mathematical results and uses physical intuition to explain concepts. Numerous citations are present in the reference for those wishing to delve deeper into the mathematics. 2 Capacitance and Charge Charge accumulates between two conductors separated by a dielectric when a voltage differential is present between them.
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