What are the consequences of a source terminator resistor (placed in series with the output) that is too high of a resistance value? Is it just a slower rise time at the input, or are there other consequences? Do I make ringing/reflections WORSE at the input if the source terminator is too high?
I am wondering what can go wrong if I just put a source terminator resistor in series with an output that makes the series resistance greater than the characteristic impedance of a short transmission line? (When I say transmission line, I'm talking about wire of a few inches, paired with a ground wire of same length.)