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Diodes Incorporated has the broadest portfolio of PCI Express (PCIe) products in the industry, including the timing, switching, muxing, and signal conditioning solutions you need to support PCIe 2.0 (5 Gbps), PCIe 3.0 (8 Gbps), PCIe 4.0 (16 Gbps), and beyond. With a comprehensive variety of families architected to work together efficiently, Diodes provides a one-stop source for all your PCI Express signaling needs.
The foundation of any high-speed interface is signal integrity. When signal integrity suffers, so does system performance and reliability. Different types of noise and interference – including jitter, attenuation, and crosstalk – degrade signal quality, increasing the bit error rate (BER) and reducing the distance over which signals can be reliably transmitted. Diodes Incorporated's industry-leading signal conditioning technology maintains signal quality over long distances and in the presence of more environmental noise. The result is higher reliability, greater layout flexibility, and lower system cost through the ability to use less expensive PCB materials.
Available signal conditioning products include:
Unsurpassed Signal Quality: Diodes Incorporated components provide the lowest jitter and attenuation for the highest performance in the industry.*
Low Crosstalk: Diodes Incorporated has minimized crosstalk to keep channel-to-channel and part-to-part skew low, enabling reliable signaling over greater trace and cable lengths.
Power Efficiency: Diodes Incorporated architects its components for both low power operation and efficient power consumption. Components also support chip- and system-level power control hooks so you can optimize power management as part of the complete system.
Flexible Footprint: Diodes Incorporated offers a variety of package sizes to meet the specific cost, performance, and power needs of your application, including the smallest PCIe switch in the industry
*Comparative studies verifying Diodes Incorporated performance are available under NDA