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fan out

To direct one signal into multiple receivers. See port multiplier.
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Q1 /root/L1/R Q2 //root//R Q3 /root//L1|7/R1[7/Qir//S1 Table 8: Comparisons for different fanout in our method.
If the fanout of the TMR-tree is f, in the worst case, the height of the TMR-tree (excluding the layer of messages) is h = [log.sup.M.sub.f].
To eliminate this dependence, standard input and output unit inverters were added, defining equal fan-in and fanout properties (Figure 9) for delay circuits.
In [16] authors propose to achieve a reduction of fanout and number of gates in timing path as a solution to counter routing imbalance.
This wires-only stage has a fanout that increases the number of signals from 4 to 5.
These adders use the same tree topology but differ in terms of logic levels, fanout, and interconnect wires.
Based on 900 [micro]m tight buffered designs, FiberStore's Indoor/Outdoor Plenum cable eliminates the need for costly and time-consuming installation of fanout kits or pigtail splices since the connectors terminate directly to the fiber.
Features include a high-frequency voltage-controlled oscillator (VCO) and programmable output dividers; sub-50 fs rms jitter at 312.5-MHz output frequency improves bit error rate and carrier-to-noise ratio performance; and programmable LVDS, LVPECL and LVCMOS--each output clock is independently configurable, eliminating the need for level translators and fanout buffers.
The PCBs can become even thinner and enables more complex chip fanout, in line with customer requirements and the overall trend of miniaturization, AT&S is also planning to accelerate its growth strategy by making use of the unique manufacturing improvements offered by the innovative ALIVH technology.
Material covered includes the mathematical modeling of solder joint analysis and tolerances, component families new to IPC-7351, new lead-free data, BGA layout considerations, and SMT via fanout and routing techniques.