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Altium – How to use xSignals ( in Fly-By, T-Branch + Other useful things )

This video explains how to setup xSignals and do length matching in Fly-by & T-Branch DDR3 memory layout. It also shows how to setup xSignals with passive components (e.g. series termination resistors or AC coupling capacitors) + adds some comments on how xSignals calculates the length and what is useful about them.

Try the examples from the video by yourself. Here you can find and download OpenRex and iMX6Rex Altium projects.


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