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05
Nov
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High Speed Data Transmission for Non-EE's - Part 5 - Isolation

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b2ap3_thumbnail_Blogpost-Image-7.jpgNow, instead of spacing the people out, or putting quiet pairs of people between the pairs of people that like to talk, we can break the table up with booth walls that shield portions of the tables from each other.  This minimizes the crosstalk between adjacent pairs of people while taking up a minimum of space in either shielding or isolating them from one another.  With this arrangement, one can achieve a high density of communicators (or electrical signals) at a single table with minimal crosstalk.

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29
Oct
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High Speed Data Transmission for Non-EE's - Part 3 - Spreading Out

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b2ap3_thumbnail_Blogpost-Image-5.jpgNow let's talk about spreading out, in that same large table model from Part 2, you can space the pairs of people out, creating more dead space between people. This reduces crosstalk, but at a cost of less people at the table, or less high speed signals in the connector.

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  • Jim Badolato
    Jim Badolato says #
    That's great Ritch.
25
Oct
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High Speed Data Transmission for Non-EE's - Part 2 - The Crowded Table

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b2ap3_thumbnail_Blogpost-Image-4.jpgEver sit at a large table, try to have a conversation with someone across the table, only to be blasted by the chatter of many different conversations all around you?

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22
Oct
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Thoughts from AUSA

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b2ap3_thumbnail_AUSA-Logo.jpgI know I'm potentially using poor journalistic practices by paraphrasing and not properly citing sources, but you could clearly hear people are pleasantly pleased as they're walking around the AUSA show in Washington D.C. this week. You hear things like "This show is much better than I thought it would be" and "I'm surprised that this many companies are here". Even during this time of sequestration, budget cuts, and government shutdowns, the enthusiasm for much of the exhibitors and attendees of the show remains very high.

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