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By definition, "integrity" means "complete and unimpaired." Likewise, a digital signal with good integrity has fast transitions; stable and valid logic levels; accurate placement in time and it would be free of any transients. Evolving technology makes it increasingly difficult for system developers to produce and maintain complete, unimpaired signals in digital systems.
The goal of this tutorial is to increase your overall understanding of signal integrity and provide some insight into signal integrity-related problems in digital systems. Learn their causes, characteristics, effects, and solutions.