Part Number: SN75LVCP601 Hi,
When "quick search" for the SATA3 redriver, the SN75LVCP601 is not a matching part.
If I lower the protocol to SATA2 redriver, the SN75LVCP601 is seen as an option.
Part Number: SN75LVCP601
In the lvcp601_AMI_users_guide.pdf on Page there are waveforms for rx_int and grx_in probes.
Would it be possible You can share waveform at "rx_in" probe location as well. I do not have access to ADS software- I would…
Part Number: SN75LVPE802 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: SN75LVCP601 , hi team,
i see in another E2E thread, there is a AMI model for SN75LVCP601, could you please resend it to me? Thanks!
Part Number: SN75LVCP601 Hi
Could You please help clarify the measurement points of Eye Openings. Section 6.9 (Page 10)
First Left Plot: The Eye opening (6Gbps) seems to be constant at around 0.6V irrespective of the input trace length frpm 2 to 22 in…
Part Number: SN75LVCP601 Hi expert,
Customer is using SN75LVCP601 as SATA redriver, but customer has two questions
1. Is that OK to swap Tx and Rx with SATA redriver application? Does this redriver bi-direction or uni-direction?
2. Cable connection on…
Part Number: SN75LVCP600 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: SN75LVCP601 , Hello.
We are currently using SN75LVCP600 SN75LVCP601 and we have a problem with speed during use.
I'm testing using Linux.
At first boot, the recognition was recognized as SATA3…
Part Number: SN75LVCP601 Hi team，
It can be seen that SN75LVCP601 datasheet has parameters of differential impedance (min 85Ω max 122 Ω, typ 100 Ω) and single-ended impedance (min 40 Ω).
My question is that SATA is a differential…
Part Number: SN75LVCP601 Hi Team,
We've DIN SN75LVCP601 and customer is using it as SATA redriver with Skylake. The redriver is on rear board and the chipset is on the front board. But they met the phenomenon that SATA port cannot find HDD.
Part Number: SN75LVCP601 Reference Case Number: CS0219386
We designed a PCB to host the SN75LVCP601 SATA redriver chip and it works great, but I have some questions. First question is, what advice is there on using two of the redrivers on a single…