Hi everyone,

I have a very dense design involving many differential pairs and more particularly dedicated to HDMI.

The target impedance is 100 Ohm.

The matching width and gap are respectively 75 um and 127 um.

To make the PCB cheaper in production I would like to have a width equal or bigger than 100 um.

A matching gap for this width is 250 um.

I would like to know if you already used this technique to achieve this goal.

Thanks.

I have a very dense design involving many differential pairs and more particularly dedicated to HDMI.

The target impedance is 100 Ohm.

The matching width and gap are respectively 75 um and 127 um.

To make the PCB cheaper in production I would like to have a width equal or bigger than 100 um.

A matching gap for this width is 250 um.

I would like to know if you already used this technique to achieve this goal.

Thanks.

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