Course Number
525.634
Next Offered
Fall 2022
Primary Program
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Location
Online
Mode of Study
Online, Virtual Live

This course will discuss the principles of signal integrity and its applications in the proper design of high-speed digital circuits. As interconnect data rates increase, phenomena that have historically been negligible begin to dominate performance, requiring techniques that were not previously necessary. This course is designed to give the students the theoretical and simulation tools needed to determine where signal integrity issues may arise, how to prevent such problems, and how to resolve problems when they arise in practice. A partial list of topics includes distributed circuits and lossless transmission lines, nonideal transmission line effects, crosstalk mitigation, differential pairs and modal analysis, I/O circuits and logic standards, and signal coding and waveshaping techniques. Prerequisite(s): Thorough knowledge of digital design and circuit theory. Prior coursework in electromagnetics and Laplace transforms will be helpful.

Course Offering(s)

Open

High Speed Digital Design

525.634.8VL
08/31/2022 - 12/07/2022
Wed 4:30 p.m. - 7:10 p.m.
Notes: This course uses the Virtual Live format. All students participate online through live web-conferencing at the scheduled day and time. This is a live-online course in which students participate in live weekly lectures and discussions, and are able to interact extensively with the instructors. All classes are recorded for download and review.
Semester
Fall 2022
Mode of Study
Virtual Live
Location
Online
Cost
$4,920.00
Textbook
TBD