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Toshiba Lanza los Nuevos Circuitos Integrados para Bus de Conmutación que Soportan PCI Express 3.0 (8Gbps)

Toshiba Corporation (TOKIO: 6502) anunció hoy que lanzará conmutadora SPDT de dos pistas que soportan PCI Express 3.0 (8Gbps). Los productos nuevos, TC7PCI3412MT y TC7PCI3415MT, reducen la capacitancia del terminal de conmutación para lograr características de ancho de banda elevado de 10 GHz a -3 dB, lo que permite la transmisión a alta velocidad con menor degradación de la señal.

Toshiba Bus Switch ICs Supporting PCI Express 3.0 (Photo: Business Wire)

Toshiba Bus Switch ICs Supporting PCI Express 3.0 (Photo: Business Wire)

Los nuevos conmutadores SPDT tienen una configuración óptima para todas las disposiciones de ranuras, conectores y conmutadores PCI Express en las placas madres de las computadoras de escritorio y notebooks. Se los puede usar también para líneas diferenciales de alta velocidad, como USB3.0, DisplayPort1.2, y SATA3.0.

Ya se dispone de muestras y se programa la producción en masa para finales de enero.

Aplicaciones
Placas madre (computadoras de escritorio), computadoras portátiles, servidores

Características clave
1. Tensión de alimentación operativa: VCC = 3,0V a 3,6V
2. Ancho de banda ancho -3 dB: 10GHz (típ.) @VCC=3,3V
3. Baja pérdida de inserción: IL= -1 dB @VCC= 3,3V, f = 4 GHz
4. Baja capacitancia en encendido del terminal de conmutación: CI/O= 1.5pF (típ.) @VCC=3,3V
5. Estuche estándar TQFN42 (9,0 x 3,5 x 0,55 mm)

 

Especificaciones principales

                 
Artículo   Símbolo   Condiciones de
medición
  Valor   Unidad
Rango de tensión
de alimentación operativa
VCC - 3,0 a 3,6 V
Resistencia en encendido (típ. RON VCC=3.0V, VIS= 0V 7,5 Ω
Capacitancia de encendido
terminal de conmutación (típ.)
CI/O VCC=3.3V, VIS= 0V 1,5 pF
Corriente de alimentación de reposo (máx.) ICC VCC = 3,6V, OE = VCC 1 μA
VCC = 3,6V, OE = GND 800
Ancho de banda -3 dB (típ.) Ancho de banda VCC=3,3V 10 GHz
Pérdida de inserción (típ.) IL VCC= 3,3V, f = 4 GHz -1 dB
Diafonía cercana al extremo (típ.)   PRÓXIMA   VCC= 3,3V, f = 4 GHz   -40   dB
 

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http://www.semicon.toshiba.co.jp/eng/product/logic/selection/topics/1267559_2333.html

Acerca de Toshiba

Toshiba es un fabricante diversificado, proveedor de soluciones y comercializador líder en el mundo de productos y sistemas electrónicos, y eléctricos de avanzada. El Grupo Toshiba aporta innovación e imaginación a una amplia gama de negocios: productos digitales, entre los que se incluyen televisores LCD, computadoras portátiles, soluciones minoristas e impresoras multifunción (multifunction printers, MFP); dispositivos electrónicos, entre los que se incluyen semiconductores, productos y materiales de almacenamiento; sistemas de infraestructura industrial y social, incluidos los sistemas de generación de energía, soluciones comunitarias inteligentes, sistemas médicos y escaleras mecánicas y elevadores; y electrodomésticos.
Toshiba fue fundada en 1875 y, actualmente, opera una red global de más de 550 compañías consolidadas, con 202.000 empleados en todo el mundo y ventas anuales que exceden los 6,1 billones de yenes (74.000 millones USD). Visite el sitio web de Toshiba en www.toshiba.co.jp/index.htm

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