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High Speed PCB Design Rules (Lesson 4 of Advanced PCB Layout)

Lesson 4 from the Advanced PCB Layout Course which I have created for you. Enjoy!

Content: High Speed Design rules

[00:51] Rule 1: Maintain Single ended and Differential pair impedance
[04:27] Rule 2: Length match differential pair signals within pair
[17:52] Rule 3: Keep space between “waves”
[20:53] Rule 4: Length match buses and differential pairs
[41:42] Rule 5: Route signal groups by same topology
[50:32] Rule 6: Be aware of tracks running in parallel

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