Controlled Impedance

controlled-impedance-definitionControlled Impedance is the maintenance of a specified tolerance in the characteristic impedance of an interconnect line (transmission line) connecting different devices on a circuit. It is often used for high-speed digital or high-frequency analog circuits.

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1.  RF-microwave 1.  Design verification
2.  Telecommunications 2.  Inaccurate etching
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Controlled Impedance
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