USB 3.1 10-Gbps dual-channel linear redriver
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The TUSB1002 device implements a linear equalizer, supporting up to 16 dB of loss caused by intersymbol interference (ISI). When USB signals travel across a printed circuit board (PCB) or cable, signal integrity degrades because of loss and ISI. The linear equalizer compensates for the channel loss, and thereby, extends the channel length and enables systems to pass USB compliance. The dual-lane implementation and small package size provides flexibility in the placement of the TUSB1002 in the USB 3.1 path. Use the TUSB1002AEVM evlauation module (EVM) to evaluate the TUSB1002 linear redriver.

  • Plug-and-play design
  • Power the EVM by USB VBUS or 5- to 5.5-V DC IN through a power jack
  • Access the I2C bus through headers
  • Configurable through dip switches

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TUSB1002AEVM HSDC035 Board

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User guides (1)
Title Type Size (KB) Date
PDF 566 10 Oct 2018
Design files (3)
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ZIP 842 25 Jun 2018
PDF 205 25 Jun 2018
ZIP 50 25 Jun 2018
More literature (1)
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PDF 39 02 Jan 2019

TI Devices (2)

Part Number Name Product Family
LP5907  250-mA, low-noise, high-PSRR, ultra-low-dropout voltage regulator with low IQ and enable  Power management 
TUSB1002A  USB3.2 10 Gbps Dual-channel Linear Redriver  USB ICs 

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