Bypass capacitors

Discussion in 'General Electronics Chat' started by joejoenikk, Mar 24, 2012.

  1. joejoenikk

    Thread Starter New Member

    Nov 23, 2011
    A few of the Seinor members of this forum seem to think that it's a good time to work on this area. I was involved in the earlest computer cip sales in the US th,ere are few thing that I remember that should be helpful. First: The mathematics for a first order filter doesn't at all mix with that of any other, that math is usually used in any chart the chip manufacturers use.. Second: The second order network will ALWAYS improve the performance of ANY chip, with the rare excetion of those components which provide a second order filter in their test example drawing.

    Third....: We NEVER did manage to get the choke built into the processor(with the exception of the few odd internal coils used in some computer processors.) BUT! The short hand for that part does plague us on ocassion....te mechanical engineer tried his best, so we left that piec of internal chip shorthand the same as a wire of unknown lenght. WHICH MEANS SOMTHING SPECIFIF! You can calculate the actual length of that internal wire by using what the manufacturer provided........ Instead of just Overclocking everything like a...(Well, you know what the kind of science is.) By default you'll finde that it's a very good thing, because ther are seveal properties that can be correct method provides cleaner singnal, the othe provides cooler running...and like designing any radio, it's all in what impedance you designed your world.

    As far as "mixing capacitors" if they actually are in differnt parts of a second or third order network, you can tailor the wave form...but as usual, only within a limited frequency range.

    All of which add up to=(Yes we did try placing crystal oscillators within the chip, there is no reason why you cant mix and match from one chip to the other.)