Signal integrity degrades from PCB traces, transmission cables, and inter−symbol interference (ISI). The portfolio of Redrivers from ON Semiconductor compensate for these losses by engaging varying levels of equalization at the input receiver, and flat gain amplification on the output transmitter. These devices are optimized for performance, ESD protection, industry leading low power consumption, and are also available in small footprints.
Products by Port/Protocol
Redrivers - USB Type-A, Single Port
ON Semiconductor’s product family of high performance single port redrivers designed for USB 3.1 Gen 1 and USB 3.1 Gen 2 applications that support both 5 Gbps and 10 Gbps data rates.
Linear redrivers are used in many applications that transmit data at high speeds. They can be found on computer motherboards, gaming consoles, graphics cards, cables, and any other environment that transmits digital data. More specific examples of common applications using linear redrivers include USB, DisplayPort, HDMI, PCIe, and SATA ports. This application note describes the basics for properly tuning linear redrivers. Linear redrivers are used in systems in order to improve high speed signal integrity in systems transmitting digital data.
PCB Layout Guidelines for High Frequency Signaling Products
There is an increase of devices and circuitry in usage of high speed, low consumption, small volume and lower interference. Hence PCB design is an important stage of electronic product design. It forms a connection between function and electronic components, and is also an important part of power circuit design. High frequency circuit has the higher integration and the higher layout density, making it necessary to know how to make layout more reliable.