The PCI-SIG Developers Conference is a free event for the 800+ member companies that develop and bring to market new products utilizing PCI Express® technology. Granted most people reading this blog won’t be at the conference, but you might be interested ...
In the first article of this series, we looked at how contacts are formed. This time, we’ll investigate the next step in the manufacturing process – plating. Have you ever looked closely at an electrical contact? Contacts may be small and ...
In May of 2019, we spent the majority of our time working on a few larger applications that are due to release soon, several minor maintenance tasks, and a few front-end enhancements. Here were the major updates to Samtec.com for May 2019. ...
One topic resonates across the Samtec blog: optics. Why? The Samtec FireFly™ Micro Flyover System™ is such a cool solution. The foundation is a simple but high-performing SMT two-piece connector set. It connects to both copper and optical cable assemblies. It ...
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Enabling Next-Gen System Design: Samtec High-Speed Backplane Systems
Is your backplane getting a little long in the tooth? If you’ve been upgrading your interfaces to today’s super-high-speed standards, your backplane technology is probably getting left behind. You need to consider a high-speed, high-density, future-proofed backplane solution that can keep up with the demands of your system. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton chats with Jonathan Sprigler from Samtec about the latest generation of backplane solutions.
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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.
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