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    DDR3 hardware circuit design

    Hi Friends,

    currently i am designing an 64 bit DDR3 with fly by topology. for address and command i have 47ohm far end termination. do we need any termination for clock pairs. also if you have any specific hardware guidelines please let me know other than layout guidelines.

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    Re: DDR3 hardware circuit design

    JEDEC standard JESD-79C contains all information which you need.



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    Re: DDR3 hardware circuit design

    Micron have data for layout.



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    Re: DDR3 hardware circuit design

    Quote Originally Posted by marce View Post
    Micron have data for layout.
    i checked some of the datasheets but i didn't get the clear information. If you have any link can you please send.



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    Re: DDR3 hardware circuit design

    See any design guides for DDR3 design mainly from MICRON or from your controller manufacturer.

    TN-41-08: Design Guide for Two DDR3-1066 UDIMM Systems
    TN-41-13: DDR3 Point-to-Point Design Support
    https://www.nxp.com/files-static/32b...ote/AN3940.pdf


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