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25/28 Gbps FireFlyTM FMC+ Development Kit

25/28 Gbps FireFlyTM FMC+ Development Kit

VITA 57.4-COMPLIANT FMC+ MODULE CONNECTS FPGAs to FIBER OPTIC CABLES UP TO 100m


Overview

Samtec’s 25/28 Gbps FireFlyTM FMC+ Module provides up to 400/448 Gbps full-duplex bandwidth over up to 16 channels from an FPGA to an industry-standard multi-mode fiber optic cable. The FireFlyTM optical engines provide adjustable power levels to support cable lengths up to 100 m. The Samtec 25/28 Gbps FireFlyTM FMC+ Module supports Data Center, High Performance Computing and FPGA-to-FPGA protocols including Ethernet, InfiniBandTM, Fibre Channel and Aurora.

As a VITA 57.4 FMC+ solution, the Samtec 25/28 Gbps FireFlyTM FMC+ Module can be used for optical data communication on any FPGA development board supporting high-speed multi-gigabit transceivers. It can run system data or BERT testing on all channels in parallel. This makes evaluation and development with an FPGA much easier.

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Samtec Part Number: REF-200772-28G-16-01

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Features

  • VITA 57.4 FMC+ Form Factor
  • High Serial Pin Count (HSPC) VITA 57.4 FMC+ connector (Samtec P/N: ASP-184330-01)
  • Four FireFlyTM two-piece SMT connector systems (UCC8/UEC5-2 Products)
  • Includes up to four FireFlyTM AOCs operating at 850 nm
    • - 25 Gbps: OTP-200941-01-ECUO
    • - 28 Gbps: OTP-200940-01-ECUO
  • Features optimized SI performance via Samtec Final Inch® BOR PCB trace routing for FireFlyTM and HSPC connectors
  • Supports up to 16 high-speed, multi-gigabit transceivers (TX and RX) operating at up to 25/28 Gbps per channel
  • Industry-standard MTP®/MPO connectors

Applications

  • FPGA Development
  • Data Acquisition
  • High Performance Computing
  • Data Centers
  • Telecommunications
  • Test and Measurement
  • High Resolution Imaging (ie. Medical)
  • Broadcast Video/Audio

Ordering Information

Please see drawing REF-200772-25G-XX-01 and REF-200772-28G-XX-01 for more detail.

Contact KitsAndBoards@Samtec.com for additional ordering information.

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