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Thank you for your slides.
Here are some comments about the analysis of P2PRUNB due to cables and connectors:
- Table in the picture of slide 21: I suggest to use another symbol for the number of connectors instead of “ m “ , which may be confused with meters (this requires to change it through the whole presentation, if possible..)
- Slide 24. It is not clear to me how P2PRUNB can decrease as Rdifference increases. I think this is because R absolute value increases, too. This is already described in slide 10, so I’m not sure what you want to show with this slide 11.
- Slide 29. I agree with considering PSE and PD series resistances, which help reducing the P2PRUNB.
o 0.1Ohm for both PSE and PD is a reasonable number, since the data transformer itself is usually more than that. And it results in 0.2Ohm min cumulative.
Please find meeting material for Tuesday June 24, 2014. The focus is planned to be on slides 6-10, 13,14, 16-30.
I'll appreciate if you review the slides per the agenda prior the meeting.
Ken: You are scheduled to present your material from last time. Please resend it to the reflector/team.
Power over HDBaseT Subcommittee
Chief R&D Engineer
Analog Mixed Signal Group
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