SPI-2 Rev08 Questions (forwarded)
John Lohmeyer - SCSI
jlohmeye at Symbios.COM
Thu Jul 25 15:59:47 PDT 1996
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> Subject: SPI-2 Rev08 Questions
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> Dear SCSI-ites,
> Could someone please help me to understand some of the timing specifications found
> in Rev08? Page 35 specifies minimum assertion and negation periods for FAST-40 to
> be 8.0 nsec at the driver connector and 6.5 nsec at the receiver connector.
> Figure 20 (on page 36) seems to indicate minimum setup and hold times (or is it a
> setup time plus a hold time?) of 9.25 nsec at the driver connector and 4.75 nsec
> at the receiver connector. There are similar discrepancies for FAST-80.
> What, pray tell, are the correct timings?
> Also, is there any differential transceiver available which meets the FAST-40 spec?
> Thank you for any information.
> Paul A. Levin
> (palevin at netcom.com)
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