(400 mm) from OPAMs to AD. So I have decided to use differential lines. Lines
are driven by AD8137 and conversion is done by ADuC7027. How to correctly
terminate differential lines? - How to route PCB in best way? Distance of lines
(same or opposite layers) and shielding.
The AD8137 had a BW of <60 MHz.
The wavelength of a 60 MHz signal in the microstrip line formed by a PC track
over ground plane is a little less than 4000 mm. 400 mm is therefore a little
more than 10% of a wavelength.
Your signal bandwidth will be much less than this since the Nyquist limit for
an ADuC7027 is <500 kHz.
I think it is very unlikely that you will need to terminate your lines.
You may, however, need to put a small resistor in each output to minimise
ringing due to the line capacitance and the ADuC7027 input capacitance.
I would suggest that your lines are parallel and on the same side of the board
- and run over unbroken ground (or power) plane.