Double Data Rate 5 (DDR5) is the next-generation standard for random-access memory (RAM). The new specification promises to bring chips that have much higher performance than the existing DDR4 modules, as well as lower power consumption. Let us show you how you can be first to market with DDR5!
Keeping good high-speed signal quality from driver to receiver on a PCB is not an easy task for designers. To manage the time delays, we need to know how to calculate trace length from time delay value in order to implement the PCB trace routing accordingly. This post takes you through the process step by step.