Quad-channel PCI-express gen-4 linear redriver evaluation module
DS160PR410EVM-RSC
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DS160PR410EVM-RSC is a prototype evaluation module and is available in limited quantities.

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Description

The DS160PR410EVM-RSC evaluation module (EVM) provides a complete high-bandwidth platform for evaluating the signal conditioning features of the Texas Instruments DS160PR410 PCI-Express linear redriver. It features eight DS160PR410 devices that can extend the transmission distance of a PCIe 4.0 16x bus.  The board can be used for standard compliance testing, performance evaluation and initial system prototyping.

Features
  • PCIe Gen-4 x16 Riser Card with eight quad-channel unidirectional redrivers operating at rates up to 16 Gbps
  • Linear equalization for seamless support of link training and PCIe channel extension
  • CTLE boosts up to 18 dB at 8 GHz
  • Programmability through GPIO, I2C / SMBus or on-board EEPROM

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DS160PR410EVM-RSC:
Quad-channel PCI-express gem-4 linear redriver evaluation module

$399.00(USD)


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User guides (2)
Title Type Size (KB) Date
PDF 2554 01 Aug 2019
PDF 3409 01 Aug 2019

TI Devices (1)

Part Number Name Product Family
DS160PR410  Quad-channel PCI-express gen-4 linear redriver  Interface 

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