Differential exchange switch enables fast multiplexing in automotive media, driver assistance systems

Article By : Diodes Inc.

Diodes' PI3DBS16222Q provides a performance-optimized multiplexing solution for automotive infotainment, telematics, and ADAS systems.

Diodes Inc.’s PI3DBS16222Q four-channel differential exchange switch addresses the increase in automotive computing capabilities and its accompanying high-speed interfacing.

Targeted for automotive infotainment, telematics, SATA 3.0, SAS 3.0, and ADAS systems, the PI3DBS16222Q provides a performance-optimized multiplexing solution, enables 2×2 differential multiplexing at speeds of 20Gbps, and supports USB 3.2 Gen 2, PCI Express 4.0, and 10GBASE-KR standards.

The device leverages a proprietary design technique, enhancing its dynamic electrical characteristics. This delivers low insertion-loss (-2.0dB at 10GHz typical) and crosstalk (-17dB at 10GHz typical) figures, ensuring high signal-integrity levels. In addition, the device attains a 10ps bit-to-bit skew, and a low return-loss.

The PI3DBS16222Q high-speed, multi-channel exchange switch from Diodes is AEC-Q100 Grade 2 qualified, manufactured in IATF 16949 certified facilities, and supports PPAP documentation. It is supplied in a compact 2.5mm x 4.5mm TQFN-30L (ZL30) package, and it is available at $2.50 in 3,500 piece quantities.


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