With demand on networking and computer performance increasing at a rapid pace, there is a growing need to store, move and process more data in real-time than ever before. As data speeds increase, channel attenuation becomes an inhibitor to moving data across an interface bus. This webcast will highlight Keysight’s contributions with PCIe® 4.0 technology for physical layer transmitter and receiver testing. Topics will include improvements to the PCI Express 3.0 CEM connector to support 16 GT/s signaling, improvements to receiver testing methodologies for paving the way to PCI Express 4.0.
Join Keysight’s Rick Eads , an active contributor within the PCI-SIG workgroup, for a 1-hour webcast on January 17 to learn more about:
- The key challenges of developing a #PCIe 4.0 link capable of 16GT/s operation
- The changes to the channel and connector interface that are needed
- The tools available to help characterize and debug PCIe 4.0 transmitters and receivers