Zero Ohm resistor temination

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Hi,
What is the fundamental behind 'zero Ohm resister termination'? What
value is this 0 Ohm resister is going to add on signal integrity?
Thanks in advance.

Regards,
Muthu.


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It will make it very quiet ;-)

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used as fuse links, used as jumpers on boards and depending
on what type they are , some times used as local RF stand off
chokes with a by pass cap on the other side.
etc..
  i have also seen them used in double side boards where there
is a coil foil pattern on one side and the 0 ohm R on the other
lined up on top of each other, this is like a parasitic choke
mostly found were R.F. traveling around was a concern.



Re: Zero Ohm resistor temination
Zero "0" ohms means that there is no resistance. In theory, it means total
conductance. In practice, it can be a piece of wire.

A zero ohm termination, really means a short, to terminate the load.

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I have seen them as circuit board jumpers on rigid circuit boards and also
mistaken pico fuses too.....Ross



Re: Zero Ohm resistor temination
Thanks all for your knowledge sharing...


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