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State-of-the-art speed for high-speed electrical channel (Read 474 times)
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State-of-the-art speed for high-speed electrical channel
Jan 15th, 2018, 5:27am
 
Hi,
I want to know about the state-of-the-art speed or the highest speed possible so far for the high-speed electrical channel (not optical links) which includes SERDES, etc.

I know about PCIe 3 and PCI5 is coming probably in 2019. Any other peripheral interconnects or channel from other companies (Xilinx, IBM..) which is the highest and implemented or in research level? I want to know which channels are among the highest speed which are implemented. Your help will be much appreciated...
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Re: State-of-the-art speed for high-speed electrical channel
Reply #1 - Apr 17th, 2018, 2:44pm
 
Read these two papers:

Historical Trends in Wireline Communications: 60? Improvement in Speed in 20 Years, Behzad Razavi

Looking to the Future: Projected Requirements for Wireline Communications Technology, Hirotaka Tamura
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