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2007 IEEE Electrical Performance of Electronic Packaging
Connectors are a significant source of crosstalk noise in a system, which could increase jitter in the resulting eye pattern. Since crosstalk jitter is uncorrelated from the link data pattern, it is hard to remove through equalization techniques. This paper provides a process to extract accurate coupled models from connectors. It also describes how modeling was used to predict crosstalk noise in a 10Gbps channel and shows how a small percentage of connector crosstalk can have a significantdoi:10.1109/epep.2007.4387147 fatcat:hlrb6n3ny5bupgwsdndgifyomq