Part Number: DS250DF410 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: DS100MB203 Hi Experts
My customer ask if they can turn off the Retimer function and remain MUX function?
this is urgent case could you give me feedback this week?
Part Number: DS250DF410 Hi,
We are using the DS250DF410 in multiple designs, and we've noticed a strange heating issue with some of the chips. For example, on one of our PCB, there are 4 instances of the DS250DF410. We manufactured 3 pieces of this PCB…
I believe we measured around 40-60mV, although some of this was observable on the scope with no input. Even if we meet "signal detect" criteria, I would not expect noise to create a CDR lock condition on the switch chip.
In general, we would…
Part Number: DS250DF410 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: DS250DF210 , DS250DF810 , DS280DF810 , DS250DF230 Hi team,
We are considering DS250DF410ABMR for a 24.33024Gbps interface due to the length of the PCB trace in the board(~23inches)(See Ref#1). While…
Part Number: DS250DF410 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: DS110DF410 , DS125DF1610 , DS100MB203 Dear team,
We would like to design DS250DF410 in SFI/10G KR application as MUX function.
Since I cannot find SFI support information from device datasheet, any…
Part Number: DS250DF410 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: DS100DF410 Hi Team, We are designing a 10G link between two separate boards. Board 1 has Marvell's cavium processor CN8350 SOC and Board2 has TI-6638K2k SOC. The 10G link is implemented over xfi interface…