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SerDes transmits data at up to 2.7Gbps

Posted: 20 Jul 2006 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:Texas Instruments? WizardLink? transceiver? SerDes? TLK2711HFGQMLV?

The latest member of Texas Instruments (TI)'s WizardLink family of multi-gigabit transceivers is a 1.6-2.7Gbps radiation-hardened (rad-hard) SerDes that is designed to support serial interface in high-speed data bus applications for aerospace equipment.

The TLK2711HFGQMLV is qualified to MIL-PRF-38535 (QML) Class V for space applications that require high performance and levels of integration as well as low power.

Suitable for high-speed backplane interconnect and point-to-point data link, the new SerDes provides high-speed (2.5Gbps) I/O data channels for baseband data transmission over controlled impedance media of approximately 50 ohms. With a 2.5V power supply and drawing less than 500mW, it is said to offer lower power than conventional parallel data transmission architectures.

The TLK2711HFGQMLV is offered in a 68-lead Ceramic Quad Flat Package (HFG). Currently, the TLK2711HFGQMLV is a convenience part number and the device is orderable to a DSCC SMD part number (5962-0522101VXC) with radiation data available. Samples are already available and order entry is open with initial production units available in October. TI has not released pricing yet.

- Ismini Scouras

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