This FireFly™ flyover assembly is a low cost copper solution based on Samtec’s 100 Ω 34 and 36 AWG twinax ribbon cable. It is interchangeable with the FireFly™ optical assembly using the same connector system. Passive and active equalized versions are also available for a performance boost or longer cable lengths.
FireFly™ copper cable system
Data connection is taken "off board" for easier routing
Interchangeable with FireFly™ optical
Designed for on-board or on-package placement
Wide variety of End 2 options
28 Gbps performance
Multiple signal mapping options
Low-cost solution for seamless integration of new and existing architectures
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