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2004-11-10 TI, Xilinx partner on FPGA-based deserializer reference design
Texas Instruments and Xilinx announced the availability of an FPGA-based deserializer reference design that they have jointly developed.
2006-11-23 Maxim adds new deserializer to LVDS Serdes line
Maxim has added a hot-swappable, high-output-drive, 21bit, DC-balanced deserializer to its high-speed LVDS Serdes family.
2003-03-05 Maxim 1:4 deserializer features CDR
The MAX3882 is a 1:4 deserializer that features clock-and-data recovery and has a limiting amplifier.
2008-11-18 Expanding the payload with National's FPGA-link DS32ELX0421 and DS32ELX0124 serializer and deserializer
National's family of FPGA-Link (DS32ELX0421 &DS32ELX0124) serializers and deserializers operate at serial data rates up to 3.125Gbit/s.
2010-02-23 Deserializer bridge IC handles large data bandwidth
Toshiba Electronics Europe is offering a new deserializer display bridge chip that connects the baseband or application processors used in smart phones, MIPI-DSI.
2012-02-15 Understand preemphasis, equalization in GMSL SerDes devices
Find out how signals are degraded over cables and how to compensate for that degradation.
2003-03-11 TSDR0403G SERDES Macro V1 Error-Free Performance in a Backplane Environment at 3.125Gbps with PRBS 2^7-1 Data
This document describes measurements that were made on a TSDR0403G V1 test chip to illustrate the eye opening after driving a backplane path configuration.
2004-03-22 TI serdes offers error-free transmission
The discrete serializer/deserializer (serdes) from TI is capable of error-free transmission over 80 inches of standard backplane trace in LAN, MAN, and WAN apps.
2002-04-17 TI serdes devices consume 25 percent less power
Texas Instruments Inc. has rolled out a new line of 10:1 and 1:10 serdes devices that transmits data over high-speed backplanes up to 660Mbps using 25 percent less power than competing devices.
2012-08-22 TI expands TI FPD-Link III chipset family
The DS90UB913Q serializer and DS90UB914Q deserializer claim to provide seamless video and data interface to megapixel driver assist camera modules.
2004-04-13 TI adds 6.25Gb serdes blocks to ASIC library
Texas Instruments' ASIC business unit has added 6.25Gbps serializer/deserializer interfaces to its 90nm process library.
2004-02-17 Startup switches from router chips to jump on Express
A former network processor startup re-launches itself as a PCI Express switch and bridge maker.
2004-02-16 Startup switches from router chips to jump on Express
A former network processor startup re-launches itself as a PCI Express switch and bridge maker Thursday (Feb 5).
2002-08-09 Silicon Image serdes reduces power consumption
Silicon Image Inc.'s SiI 2024 2Gbps quad-port serdes dissipates 250mW per port - half the power consumed by the company's current SiI 2020A device.
2005-11-07 Serializers and deserializers reduce cost, improves EMI
Maxim Integrated Products released MAX9225/MAX9226 and the MAX9223/MAX9224 low-power LCDS serializers
2006-03-01 Serdes packaged in 5-by-5mm QFN
Texas Instruments has started to package its low-voltage differential signaling serializer/deserializer (Serdes) devices in a space-saving 5-by-5-mm QFN.
2010-06-15 Serdes offers bidirectional control channel
From National Semiconductor Corp. comes the Channel Link III serializer and deserializer (Serdes) family that feature integrated zero-latency, bidirectional control channel.
2009-10-02 Serdes handles high-resolution, 24bit FPDs
National Semiconductor rolls what it claims are the industry's first Serdes chipsets for high-resolution FPDs.
2005-07-20 SERDES cuts system cost
The new 14-bit low-voltage differential signaling (LVDS) serializer/deserializer from Texas Instruments promises to save system cost and board space in consumer electronics products
2004-12-29 SerDes core supports 155Mbps to 3.125Gbps
LSI Logic released its Hydra SerDes core that is a pre-verified physical layer interface.
2005-02-02 SerDes chipset operates up to 125C
The SCAN921025H serializer and SCAN921226H deserializer from National deliver up to 10 bits of digital data at 20MHz to 80MHz.
2010-06-14 Serdes chipset enables bidirectional digital video link
When paired with a gigabit multimedia serial link serializer, Maxim's MAX9268 deserializer forms complete bidirectional digital video link over a single DC-balanced twisted-pair.
2010-06-21 Serdes chipset delivers real-time, bidirectional control
National Semiconductor rolls the FPD-Link III family of Serdes chipsets featuring real-time, bidirectional control channel for driver-assist video cams.
2005-10-24 Serdes chipset converts 24 bits of data over one differential pair
National Semiconductor's latest high-speed, LVDS serializer/deserializer chipset can serialize 24 bits of data over a single differential pair in flat-panel display applications.
2008-05-15 Serdes chipset claims 'best' jitter performance
National Semiconductor has introduced a Serdes chipset that the company claims delivers the industry's best output jitter performance of 35ps peak-to-peak and the best input jitter tolerance of 0.9 UI with a BER of 10-15.
2002-07-18 Rambus licenses serial link technology to Intel
Rambus Inc. has licensed its RaSer serial link technology to Intel Corp.
2002-10-25 PMC-Sierra quad serdes addresses multiport transceivers
PMC-Sierra Inc.'s PM8356 QuadPHY FC Fibre Channel serdes addresses the need for 1.0625Gbps or 2.125Gbps multiport transceivers in Fibre Channel switches.
2002-04-30 NurLogic rolls out quad serdes IP cores
NurLogic Design Inc. has announced the availability of its SapphireLink serdes IP cores, which provide high-bandwidth connections between router backplane links, while supporting an 8B/10B encoding/decoding scheme with clock recovery for embedded clock applications.
2003-10-02 NSC announces availability of 18-bit LVDS serdes
National Semiconductor Corp. (NSC) has released what it claims is the industry's first 18-bit LVDS serdes for comms systems.
2004-01-16 National Semi serdes offers 40Gbps throughput
National Semiconductor Corp. has disclosed that its SCAN50C400 is the industry's fastest quad serializer/deserializer transceiver.
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