Virtex UltraScale FPGA VCU110

Samtec Products Supporting Xilinx Virtex UltraScale FPGA VCU110

FMC Connectors: Samtec FMC connectors are Application Specific Product (ASP) versions of Samtec's SEARAY™ High-Speed Array system. These FMC connectors are available direct from Samtec and are scalable to high-performance applications as your hardware development effort demands. They are a 400 I/O high-speed array with 160 user-defined, single-ended signals (or 80 user-defined, differential pairs), 10 serial transceiver pairs and additional clocks.

ASP-134486-01 (interconnect on VCU110 board)
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ASP-134488-01 (for mezzanine card to achieve 10 mm stack)
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ASP-134602-01 (for mezzanine card to achieve 8.5 mm stack)
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Bulls Eye® Cable: Bulls Eye® test points eliminate costly high-performance SMA connectors with a high-density array that provides 4X the high-bandwidth signals in the same real estate, allowing for a smaller board and fewer layers
HDR-155805-XX-BEYE
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ExaMAX® Backplane Connectors: The Xilinx VCU110 Development board and Backplane loopback card, used together, demonstrate 28 Gbps performance over Samtec's ExaMAX® Backplane connector system.

The backplane loopback card assists Xilinx customers in verifying the external backplane loopback of 8 GTY transceiver I/O channels out of and into the Xilinx Virtex UltraScale XCVU190-2FLGC2104EES9854 FPGA through the Samtec ExaMAX® connectorized channels. Also included are 20 looped back Interlaken channels. ExaMAX® equipped channels meet the IEEE 802.3bj mandated loss performance of 25 db.

EBTF-4-10-2.0-S-RA-1 (interconnect on VCU110 board) Sample | Quote | Catalog Page | Technical Support
EBTM-4-10-2.0-S-VT-1 (interconnect on Loopback board) Sample | Quote | Catalog Page | Technical Support

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