112 Gbps PAM4 Front Panel to Mid-Board - Samtec Flyover®

112 Gbps PAM4 Front Panel to Mid-Board - Samtec Flyover®

This demo, from DesignCon 2020, is a collaboration between Samtec and Alphawave. It emulates next generation data center equipment architectures, and incorporates Samtec Flyover® to improve signal integrity and architectural flexibility.

Products

FQSFP-DD

Double Density Flyover® QSFP Cable System

Features
  • 8 channels (x8 bidirectional, 16 differential pairs)
  • Up to 400 Gbps aggregate (56 Gbps PAM4)
  • PCIe® 6.0/CXL® 3.1 capable
  • Backward compatible with QSFP modules
  • Belly-to-belly mating for maximum density
  • Variety of end 2 options
  • FQSFP-DD Evaluation Kits available
  • 28 Gbps NRZ per channel
  • Direct connect sidebands increase system airflow and eliminate the need for extra cables
Double Density Flyover® QSFP Cable System

NVAC

0.80 mm NovaRay® Extreme Density & Performance Socket Cable Assembly

Features
  • 112 Gbps PAM4 per channel
  • PCIe® 6.0/CXL® 3.1 capable
  • 40% smaller than conventional cable solutions
  • 34 AWG Eye Speed® twinax cable
  • 2, 3 or 4 rows
  • 1 or 2 banks with up to 16 pairs/bank
  • Rugged metal latching system
0.80 mm NovaRay® Extreme Density & Performance Socket Cable Assembly

NVAM-C

0.80 mm NovaRay® Extreme Density & Performance Terminal for NVAC Series

Features
  • 112 Gbps PAM4 per channel
  • PCIe® 6.0/CXL® 3.1 capable
  • 40% smaller than conventional cable connectors
  • Rugged metal latching for mating with NovaRay® cable assembly
  • 2, 3 or 4 rows
  • 1 or 2 banks with up to 16 pairs/bank
  • Mates with NovaRay® cable assembly (NVAC Series)
0.80 mm NovaRay® Extreme Density & Performance Terminal for NVAC Series

BE40A

50 GHz, Bulls Eye® High-Performance Test Assembly

Features
  • 56 Gbps PAM4 SerDes Characterization
  • Enhanced system design with signal and ground pogo pin
  • 2.40 mm (50 GHz) or 2.92 mm (40 GHz) connection to instrumentation
  • Performance to 50 GHz
  • Double row
  • Microstrip/CPW or stripline PCB transmission
  • 50 ohm impedance
  • 23 AWG solid dielectric low loss microwave cable with additional copper shielding
  • Replacement cables (BE40C Series) and block (BE40B Series) available
50 GHz, Bulls Eye® High-Performance Test Assembly

Downloads

Literature

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High-Speed Cable Interconnect Solutions Guide

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High-Speed Board-to-Board & Backplane Guide

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Bulls Eye® eBrochure

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Precision RF Design Guide

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NovaRay® eBrochure

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