SERDES


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SERDESSerializer/Deserializer
SERDESSerializer Deserializer
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The broad silicon IP portfolio includes I/O, Cell Library, Memory Compiler, ARM-compliant CPUs, DDR2/3/4, low-power DDR1/2/3, MIPI, V-by-One, USB 2.0/3.1 Gen 1, 10/100/1000 Ethernet, Serial ATA, PCI Express, and programmable SerDes, etc.
For more information on the Cadence IP for 112G PAM-4 SerDes for the Samsung 7LPP process technology, please visit www.cadence.com/go/112gserdes7lpp.
112G SerDes technology doubles the data rate of 56G SerDes, meeting the exploding high-speed connectivity needs for emerging data-intensive applications such as machine learning and neural networks.
650 Group authored several forecast reports on the subject of 200 Gbps and 400 Gbps as well as 25 and 50 Gbps SERDES speeds.
area and Rambus' expertise in SerDes and Samsung's robust process technology
Our collaboration with PLDA and Avery Design offers customers a complete, pre-verified PCIe sub-system, with silicon-proven SerDes and a PCIe controller, said Luc Seraphin, senior vice president and general manager of the Rambus Memory and Interfaces Division.
"These jointly developed virtual labs showcase a number of leading-edge technologies featured in Altera FPGAs and SoCs, like DDR3/DDR4 memory interfaces running up to 2666Mbps and SerDes links operating up to 28Gbps," said Raj Patel, senior manager, midrange products, Altera.
To avoid this problem, we use a narrow bandwidth (NB) pulse generator with a low clock (LC) and a pulse chopping technique with a high clock (HC) based on a serializer-deserializer (SerDes) block.
The TSMC-held Global Unichip provides IPs for bus interface, mixed signal, data converter, multimedia, power management, and SERDES ICs.
The devices include a 10G-EPON MAC, SERDES, embedded controller and GigaPASS bridge for advanced classification, queuing and filtering.
By providing increased speed and capacity while maintaining full SPICE accuracy, FineSim SPICE enables designers to simulate advanced circuits - such as PLLs, ADCs (analog-to-digital converters), DACs (digital-to-analog converters) and gigahertz SERDES (SERializer/DESerializer) - that they previously would not even attempt using slower traditional SPICE simulators.