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High-speed layout guidelines for reducing EMI in LVDS SerDes designs

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November 13, 2018
Electromagnetic interference (EMI) is a prevalent issue, especially in systems containing parallel interfaces with multiple high-speed outputs that traverse long distances. Although the use of low voltage differential signaling (LVDS) seriailizers/deserializers (SerDes) helps to reduce the amount of radiated emissions from the link, it does not completely eliminate them. System designers still need to consider EMI prevention early in the design process to avoid future issues. In this video, we'll describe several guidelines to help minimize EMI during design.

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