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Xilinx® Zynq UltraScale+ RFSoC ZCU1275

Samtec Products Supporting Xilinx® Zynq UltraScale+ RFSoC ZCU1275

FMC Connectors: Based on Samtec's SEARAY™ High-Speed Array system, FMC-HPC connectors are 400 I/O high-speed array connectors for FMC carriers and daughter cards. The FMC-LPC connectors are 160 high-speed array connectors for FMC carriers and daughter cards.

ASP-134486-01 (FMC-HPC socket connector on ZCU1275 board)
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ASP-134488-01 (FMC-HPC for mezzanine card to achieve 10 mm stack)
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ASP-134602-01 (FMC-HPC for mezzanine card to achieve 8.5 mm stack)
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ASP-134603-01 (FMC-LPC socket connector on ZCU1275 board)
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ASP-134604-01 (FMC-LPC for mezzanine card to achieve 10 mm stack)
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ASP-134606-01 (FMC-LPC for mezzanine card to achieve 8.5 mm stack)
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ZCU1275 board
Bulls Eye® Overview: 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.
RSP-200723-01-BEYE (50 GHz, Bulls Eye)
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