Keysight White Paper: PCIe 5.0 Design Tools and Techniques

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Over the past few years, many protocol standards have surfaced to address the demand for more efficient, higher data throughput. Each new generation delivers additional features and faster data transfer rates than the previous. PCI Express 5.0 represents the latest in PCIe standards, doubling the data rate and improving overall communication efficiency. With these improvements, the challenges with testing and implementation increase. 

The overwhelming concern for designers is interoperability and backward-compatibility. Designers need tools to help them validate their designs to ensure performance and compliance to the standard.

The Keysight Technologies white paper PCIe 5.0—The Next Generation of Peripheral Component Interconnect has the answers to your PCIe design questions.

To download this white paper, click here.



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