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ISI is caused by cable's group delay distortion and amp attenuation (Read 5912 times)
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ISI is caused by cable's group delay distortion and amp attenuation
Oct 08th, 2013, 1:31am
 
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     As we know,  ISI is caused by cable's group delay distortion and amplitude attenuation. the groupdelay distortion represents the channelís nonlinear phase distortion,which results in post-cursor signal distortions and adds jitters to the received data eyes.The received
data eyes are no longer peaked at bit centres,and the eye diagrams are no longer symmetric.
     I have a question , for a given cable ,and we have its eye diagram. how can we kown how much jitter caused by  cable's group delay distortion , and how much jitter caused by  cable's amplitude attenuation. which way can we use to simulate through cable's s param, tran/ac or some others...  

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