NovaRay® I/O 112 GbPS PAM4 Panel Mount Cable System

NovaRay® I/O 112 GbPS PAM4 Panel Mount Cable System

NovaRay® I/O uses Flyover® cable technology to route up to 3,584 Gbps PAM4 aggregate data from the IC package to the panel and beyond.


Family Overview

NovaRay® I/O offers the highest aggregate data rate on the market, 3,584 Gbps PAM4, with a high-density cable-to-cable bulkhead panel connection. Flyover® cable technology routes data above lossy PCB to simplify board layout and extend signal reach, both inside and outside of the box. Passive electric external cables prevent a large thermal load at the panel and require no heat sinks, saving valuable panel space.

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FEATURES

 

  • 16 & 32 differential pair configurations
    • Accommodates PCIe® x4 or x8 plus sidebands
  • Cable-to-Cable bulkhead panel connection using Flyover® Cable Technology
  • External Cable: 28, 30 or 34 AWG twinax
  • Internal Cable: 34 AWG twinax
  • Single-Ended coax options also available
  • Full external EMI shielding
  • Multiple end 2 high-speed connector options available for your ASIC-adjacent Flyover® interconnect
pci express gen6 compatible

End 2 Options

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High-Density, Slim Cable Assembly
  • 8, 16 or 24 differential pairs
  • Vertical and right-angle configurations
  • Supports all signal protocols up to 28G NRZ/56G PAM4
arf6 mated cable 56 gbps
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High-Density Array Cable Assembly
  • 8 to 32 differential pairs
  • Vertical configuration
  • Supports all signal protocols up to 56G NRZ/112G PAM4
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Low-Profile Cable Assembly
  • 8 or 16 differential pairs
  • Right-angle configuration
  • Supports all signal protocols up to 56G NRZ/112G PAM4
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Ultra Low Skew Twinax

Samtec’s proprietary co-extruded, low loss, twinax cable technology eliminates the performance limitations and inconsistencies of individually extruded dielectric twinax cabling, improving signal integrity, bandwidth and reach.

  • Ideal for 28-56+ Gbps applications
  • Tight coupling between signal conductors
  • Ultra low skew twinax < 3.5 ps/meter
  • www.samtec.com/flyover
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DOWNLOADS

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High-Speed Cable Interconnect Solutions Guide

High-Speed Cable Interconnect Solutions Guide

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High-Speed Cable Interconnect Solutions Guide

High-Speed Cable Interconnect Solutions Guide

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Technical Documents

Products

NVACE

NovaRay® I/O Extreme Performance Cable Assembly

Features
  • External, outside the box cable
  • Cable-to-cable bulkhead panel connection using Flyover® cable technology
  • Up to 3584 Gbps PAM4 aggregate data rate
  • 112 Gbps PAM4 performance in 16 and 32 pair configurations
  • PCI Express® 6.0 solution in x4 and x8 pair configurations
  • 28, 30 or 34 AWG twinax cable; 34 AWG coax (single-ended signaling available)
  • Rugged external shielding for EMI protection
NovaRay® I/O Extreme Performance Cable Assembly

NVACP

NovaRay® I/O Extreme Performance Panel Mount Cable Assembly

Features
  • Internal, inside the box cable
  • Cable-to-cable bulkhead panel connection using Flyover® cable technology
  • Up to 3584 Gbps PAM4 aggregate data rate
  • 112 Gbps PAM4 performance in 16 and 32 pair configurations
  • PCI Express® 6.0 solution in x4 and x8 pair configurations
  • 28, 30 or 34 AWG twinax cable; 34 AWG coax (single-ended signaling available)
  • Rugged external shielding for EMI protection
NovaRay® I/O Extreme Performance Panel Mount Cable Assembly

NVC

NovaRay® I/O Die Cast Panel Cage

Features
  • Available in 1, 2 or 4 port configurations
  • Spring fingers for EMI panel protection
  • Designed for use with NVACP panel mount cable assembly
NovaRay® I/O Die Cast Panel Cage

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