Bishop and Associates Survey We try to make sure the topics in this blog are helpful to our readers — new products, new technologies, new ideas, connector design and processing issues, etc. We try to not write articles promoting Samtec. Having said ...
In June, we spent the majority of our time beefing up several areas of My Samtec. We also made a few tweaks to the Tech Specs pages to provide even more technical data to help you make your product decisions. Here ...
Samtec recently completed an arduous flex and bend test on our Eye Speed® Ultra-Low Skew Twinax cable. This is used in our high speed cable assemblies, including the Samtec Flyover™ FQSFP-DD cable assembly. Besides achieving outstanding electrical performance, the testing has ...
“Did you eat a lot of paint chips when you were a kid?” Thanks to REACH and RoHS we can no longer use lead-based products as a fun punch line in a movie. If a product has heavy metals in it, ...
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Samtec Chalk Talks
Characterization and Development Boards
With today’s high performance designs, signal integrity and connectors have become a major design consideration. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton chats with Matthew Burns from Samtec about new development kits that can help tame your SI and connector problems.
Click here to download the Silicon-To-Silicon Application Solutions Guide
Mid-Board Optics: An Alternative to Pluggable MSA Solutions
How would you like to upgrade from copper to optical flyover – all with the same connector system? In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton chats with Matthew Burns from Samtec about Firefly – a future-proof high-density flyover system.
Click here to download the Firefly Application Design Guide
Flyover: Not Just for Superheroes — Samtec Twinax FlyOver Solutions
Some signals just weren’t meant to go through your PCB. They need to jump on the freeway and get where they’re going with no funny business. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton chats with Matthew Burns of Samtec about bringing the power of flyovers to your board-based system.
Click here to download the Flyover QSFP Application Design Guide.