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Ground

A customary unit of area approximately equivalent to 203 square meters. It is used in real estate transactions in some parts of India.
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Ground bounce experienced during in circuit digital testing is a transient voltage differential between the test system ground and DUT ground.
As noise margins shrink and it gets harder to reduce other items in the noise budget, such as switching noise, rail collapse and ground bounce, designers will be looking at the low-hanging fruit to squeeze out the last millivolt of noise.
It plays a significant role in reflection noise, ground bounce, PDN noise and EMI.
These features target electro-migration (EM) challenges that commonly cause increased resistance in power grid paths and lead to increased IR drop or ground bounce.
Even if the ground bounce voltage is below a level that will cause signal integrity problems, it can still cause radiated emissions that will fail FCC certification.
Power noise such as dynamic voltage drop and ground bounce, as well as temperature variation can have significant impact on silicon's leakage, timing, and reliability.
While crosstalk and ground bounce are different issues, as far as PCB design is concerned, their causes and the extent to which they may become a problem to the design are the same.
Users can extract full-wave models for applications such as simultaneous switching noise (SSN) and ground bounce analyses.
Clock network integrity (jitter) and critical path timing sign-off solution that considers the concurrent and interdependent effects of signal integrity (crosstalk noise) and power integrity (dynamic voltage drop and ground bounce, as well as package induced noise) on clock jitter and critical path timing.