Mentor Launches PAM4 Signaling for Serial links


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One method to achieve higher data rates is to encode multiple bits per transition; PAM-4 does this by sending 2 bits every unit interval. The result is multiple eyes at the receiver, as opposed to just a single eye.

This video demonstrates how HyperLynx includes PAM-4 signaling in serial link analysis to allow for analysis of links that use this signaling standard.

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