NEC develops 16Gb/s link for next-gen communication interfaces

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Jos

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Not content with being first to market with an USB 3.0 host controller, NEC announced today it has developed a new chipset whose bus speeds could more than triple that of today's interface standards such as USB 3.0 and PCI Express 2.0. The technology uses simple binary transmission schemes and can hit rates of up to 16 gigabits per second.

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peas

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Anyone care to wager whether Jose Vilches has any clue what his text really means?

"... reducing the nearest-neighbor inter-bit interference in the signal waveform and successfully alleviating the issue of feedback-time constraint inherent in conventional equalizers."
 
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