Parade Introduces Linear Redriver for USB Type-C Enabled Devices Supporting USB 3.2 and DisplayPort Alt Mode

Small, low-power linear redriver provides ideal solution for smart phones and tablets enabled with the USB Type-C connector Parade Technologies, Ltd. (Taiwan OTC: 4966.TWO), a leading high-speed interface, video display, and touch controller IC supplier, today announced the PS8769, a linear redriver designed to restore and improve the signal integrity of the high speed signals passing through the USB Type-C connector. The device is specifically designed to support up to the 10 Gbps data rate of USB 3.2 Gen 2 superspeed data channels, as well as up to the 8.1 Gbps HBR3 link rate for DisplayPort Alt Mode. The PS8769 is designed to accommodate all USB 3.2 and DisplayPort Alt mode configurations supported by the USB Type-C connector. While not providing the full signal restoration capability of a high-speed signal retimer, the PS8769 liner redriver is ideal in applications where lower power and a smaller package size is a priority, making it ideal for USB Type-C enabled handheld devices including smart phones and tablets. Most such devices also have relatively short channels between the SoC (System on Chip) and the USB Type-C connector, so the performance of a complete retimer is of...

USB4 Specification Merges Thunderbolt 3 and USB With Transfer Speeds up to 40Gb/s

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