NovaRay® Flyover® SI Evaluation Kit

NovaRay® Flyover® SI Evaluation Kit

SI test platform for evaluating 0.80 mm NovaRay® Cable Assemblies


As data rates increase, trace length on PCBs decrease. Samtec's high-speed, Flyover® cable assemblies simplify PCB design and limit signal degradation in high data rate applications. The NovaRay® Flyover® SI Evaluation Kit provides system designers and SI engineers an easy-to-use solution for testing 0.80 mm NovaRay® Extreme Density & Performance Socket Cable Assemblies.

The NovaRay® Flyover® SI Evaluation Kit delivers a high-quality system with robust mechanical design. Please contact Samtec's technical experts at for additional information.

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Samtec Part No REF-213732-X.XX-01 Pictured


  • Two PCB system with compact form factor
  • Each PCB contains one NVAM-C series (NVAM-DP-04-2-02.0-S-2-C) 0.80 mm NovaRay® Extreme Density & Performance Terminal for NVAC Series
  • PCBs connect via one of three 0.80 mm NovaRay® Extreme Density & Performance Socket Cable Assemblies (NVAC-DP-3-04-2-XX.X-01-1-L)
  • Routes high-speed differential pairs (16) from NVAM-C series connectors to high-precision RF connectors
  • Kits comes with two NVAC series standard cable lengths (12”, 18”)
  • Supports multiple high-precision RF connector options (2.40 mm/2.92 mm SMAs)
  • Optimized SI performance via Samtec Final Inch® BOR PCB trace routing
  • Enable time domain measurements via direct connection to TDR/TDTs
  • Enable frequency domain measurements via direct connection to VNAs


  • Servers
  • Storage
  • Networking
  • Test and measurement
  • Wired communication
  • Wireless communications

Ordering Information

Please see drawing REF-213732-X.XX-01 for more detail.

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