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Diodes Incorporated's PI3EQX10908A is a 10 Gigabit Ethernet, 8 differential channels  ReDriver. The device provides programmable linear equalization, output swing and flat gain, by either pin strapping option or I²C Control, to optimize performance over a variety of physical mediums by reducing Inter-symbol interference.PI3EQX10908A supports four 100-Ohm Differential CML data I/O’s and extends the signals across other distant data pathways on the user’s platform.
The integrated equalization circuitry provides flexibility with signal integrity of the signal before the ReDriver, whereas the integrated circuitry provides flexibility with signal integrity of the signal after the ReDriver.


  • 1 to 11.3Gbps serial link with linear equalizer
  • Ideal for 10Gb and 40Gb Ethernet applications, 10Gb fiber channel, and 10G-KR suppport, up to 11.3Gbps data rates
  • Support 10GE protocol
  • Supporting 8 differential channels
  • Independent channel configuration of receiver equalization, output swing and flat gain
  • Per Channel Activity Detector with selectable input term-
    ination between 50Ω to VCC and 200KΩ to VCC
  • Per Channel Output Termination Detector on power up
    with selectable output termination between 50Ω to VCC
    and High impedance
  • Fully compliant to KR link training
  • Very linear transfer function
  • Input Threshold detection
  • Pin strap and I²C master/slave selectable device programming
  • 4-bit selectable address bit for I²C
  • Supply Voltage: 3.3V±0.3V
  • Industrial Temperature Range: -40°C to 85°C
  • Packaging (Pb-free & Green):
    - 54-contact TQFN (10mm x 5.5mm x 0.5mm pitch)
    - flowthrough pinout

Product Specifications

Product Parameters

Channels 8
Data Rate (Gbps) 10
Lanes/Ports 4
Output Swing Max (mV) 1200
Programming Interface(s) I2C, Pinstrap

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