Signal integrity optimization of MLVDS based multi-master instrument bus


In this paper, we proposed a MLVDS based multimaster real time instrument bus to simultaneously satisfy the requirement of high speed data transmission and low latency. A variety of approaches, such as characteristic impedance matching, termination matching, backplane layout design and isolation of MLVDS differential signals, are taken to optimize its signal integrity. Both the simulation and experiment results manifest that, the transmit rate of the proposed bus can reach 900Mbps (up to 1800Mbps).

2014 IEEE International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)
Ayonga Hereid
Ayonga Hereid
Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering

My research aims to develop computational and theoretical tools to mitigate the high dimensionality and nonlinearity present in robot control and motion planning problems.