[Arm-netbook] HDMI High-Frequency Layout: Recommendations--Taper
Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton
lkcl at lkcl.net
Fri Dec 22 14:51:24 GMT 2017
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On Fri, Dec 22, 2017 at 8:54 AM, Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton
<lkcl at lkcl.net> wrote:
> ok so this is four pictures, i did flood-fill, i'm going to update
> them incrementally, for example layer 1 in between the 2 points where
> the flood-fill keepout is too narrow to let it in (the maximum
> "curve" is something like 11 mil diameter) i've expanded that to let
> it in. also layer5 the horizontal track doesn't reach all the way
> over. the layer2 one i don't exactly know what to do, there's no VIA
> nearby (and i can't fit one either).
> this is a pain! i might see if i can set a clearance to GND on
> individual tracks / connections as opposed to NETs.
ok that worked. just uploading a video here:
turns out that there's a feature i'd not used before, called
"conditional rules". you can specify that *if* GND meets HDMI Group,
clearance rules shall be different. ordinarily you have to forcibly
set the *entire* GND plane to specific clearances (to ALL objects), or
the *entire* HDMI group to specific clearances (to ALL objects)...
this "conditional" rule does the trick.
richard i go over it in the video but i believe the layer... 5
keepout needs to also be extended under the layer 6 (blue, bottom)
tracks leading to the VIAs that jump up to the DC3 connector pads.
also i believe that i should be adding some tracks (pink) which,
particularly if there is to be a hole in layer 5 underneath, should be
around a 5 mil clearance, to match the fact that it's swapping
vertical distance for horizontal distance, what do you think?
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