Chapter 30: Single-Ended Signaling
Chapter 30 explains single-ended signaling, a term that refers to a data path made up of a driver and a transmission line traveling over a plane, or between a pair of planes and one or more inputs of loads. It is the least expensive method of sending logic signals from Point A to Point B, but single-ended signaling has its limitations. The reader will learn why certain variables can force engineers to use differential signaling instead of the single-ended variety.
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