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A trio of automotive PCIe 3.0 packet switches from Diodes enables flexible port configuration with upstream, downstream, and cross-domain endpoint connections. The AEC-Q100 Grade 3 switches can be used in zonal automotive architectures employing ADAS, telematics, infotainment systems, and controllers.

The PI7C9X3G606GPQ is a 6-port/6-lane device, the PI7C9X3G808GPQ 8-port/8-lane, and the PI7C9X3G816GPQ 8 port/16 lane. The elevated signal integrity performance provided by these PCIe packet switches support long trace lengths, with losses of <30 dB. They can connect with up to seven different endpoints and support multi-host applications.Each switch features a built-in low-power clock buffer, and their typical latency is only 150 ns.

The PI7C9X3G606GPQ, PI7C9X3G808GPQ, and PI7C9X3G816GPQ are housed in 144-pin FCCSP, 196-pin HFCBGA, and 324-pin HFCBGA packages, respectively. They operate over a temperature range of -40°C to +85°C and provide advance reliability, availability, and serviceability (RAS) functions, as well as power management.

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Respective prices for the PI7C9X3G606GPQ, PI7C9X3G808GPQ, and PI7C9X3G816GPQ PCIe 3.0 switches are $28, $46, and $74 each in lots of 1000 units.

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