Talk:Low-voltage differential signaling
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LVDS vs DS
I think the first section, which describes differential signaling in general, should be farmed out to a separate article on differential signaling, which can be referred to from here, RS-485, from USB, and probably from tons more places too. I'll do this in a couple of days, unless someone objects. - John Fader Dec 9, 2004
- Urgh, and there's probably some merging to be done with balanced line. I'm afraid this analogy stuff is getting rather too far from my core area of expertise for me to do a terribly good job. Help! - John Fader Dec 9, 2004
I do not believe they should be merged. Differential Signaling is a concept, the idea of sending a signal on a pair of differential wires. LVDS is a standard (http://www.iec.org/online/tutorials/low_voltage/). While the current article does not go in depth, future authors could potentially expand it into covering the basic definion of LVDS timings and such, as well as all of their derivates (such as Infiniband... memory serves me its not QUITE LVDS). Combining the articles could stifle authorship for fear of making the article deviate too greatly from the broad concept of Differential Signaling. Maybe when my work load lightens up, I'll expand it myself. - Cort Ammon May 3, 2006
- No merge. As above, one is a concept, another is an implementation. -- RevRagnarok Talk Contrib Reverts 16:28, 26 June 2006 (UTC)
Something seems to have gone terribly wrong with these two sentences. I don't even know what is meant, perhaps someone can help :
Without a load resistor the whole wire has to be loaded and unloaded for every bit of data. Using high frequencies and a load resistor so that a single bit only covers a part of the wire (while traveling near light speed) is more power efficient.
- Just take it out; or ask whoever added it to explain. If someone has a good point, they can put it back with a source. Dicklyon (talk) 17:46, 1 July 2009 (UTC)
- "Both Intel and AMD will also stop supporting low-voltage differential signaling (LVDS) by 2013. LVDS is an electrical signaling system that enables high transmission rates over twisted-pair cables. It moves video data from graphics adapters to computer monitors. Apple's (Nasdaq: AAPL) FireWire serial bus interface uses LVDS."
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I am not sure if that should be joined to the previous sentence as an example, taken out, modified into a proper sentence, or given a link to a standard. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Frostybeard (talk • contribs) 14:12, 7 February 2018 (UTC)