Questions tagged [lvds]

LVDS stands for Low Voltage Differential Signalling. It is a popular high-speed (>100 Mb/s) way to connect chips.

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Homebrew differential 'scope probe

I may be able to get my hands on an old 600MHz LeCroy oscilloscope. However, it doesn't have any probes. Is it feasible to make an active differential probe for it using a high-speed op-amp, like the ...
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Measuring impedance

I am designing and building circuits which use 100Mb/s on a Low Voltage Differential Signaling (LVDS) bus. Some of these signals need to travel between PCBs on hand made cables. The problem is that I ...
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Microstrip over power plane

I am designing a 4-layer PCB with 16 channels of LVDS (differential signalling, 480MHz). My layer stackup is Signal-GND-Power-Signal. A microstrip design for the LVDS channels is usually traces over a ...
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How to measure/show MIPI-DSI 4 lane signals on DSO/oscilloscope?

I want to measure/show the MIPI-DSI 4 lane signals on an oscilloscope. There is MIPI type display has been connected with LVDS-to-MIPI converter. I want to measure the signals at the output side of ...
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How do I use directional couplers on a differential signal?

I understand how a directional coupler can be used to measure signals travelling in one direction on a wire. What I don't understand is exactly how this would work on a differential signal, E.G. LVDS (...