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High-Speed Serial I/O Made Simple

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High-Speed Serial I/O Made Simple
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Publisher: Xilinx
Number of pages: 210

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High-speed serial I/O can be used to solve system interconnect design challenges. Such I/Os, when integrated into a highly programmable digital environment such as an FPGA, allow you to create high-performance designs that were never possible before. This book discusses the many aspects of high-speed serial designs with real world examples of how to implement working designs.

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