Double data rate three (DDR3) is a type of dynamic random-access memory (DRAM) released in June of 2007 as the successor to DDR2. DDR3 chips have bus clock speed of 400 MHz up to 1066 MHz, range in size from 1 to 24 GB, and consume nearly 30% less power than their predecessors.
This white paper highlights the following:
- DDR3 Signal Group
- Layout Order for the DDR Signal Groups
- Trace Length Matching Requirement
- General Routing Guidelines
- DDR3 Design Guidelines-Critical Constraints.
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