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TE launches STRADA Whisper cable receptacles

TE Connectivity (TE) has launched its new STRADA Whisper cable receptacles, which can allow engineers to start designing for up to 112G PAM-4 data rates in servers, switches and routers.

These cable receptacles incorporate STRADA Whisper connectors on one end and connect to a variety of other high speed solutions on the other, including backplane, mid-board or input/output (I/O) products, bypassing the printed circuit board (PCB) and reducing insertion loss and crosstalk.

TE’s STRADA Whisper cable receptacles are useful for maintaining optimised signal integrity at high frequencies. The cabled receptacles can also save space on the PCB, which can be essential for dense equipment designs.

The STRADA Whisper cable receptacle is also compatible with a variety of TE’s backplane, mid-board and I/O products including small form-factor pluggable (SFP), quad small form-factor pluggable (QSFP), quad small form-factor pluggable double density (QSFP-DD), Sliver, and octal small form-factor pluggable (OSFP) connectors (and custom cable assemblies are available upon request), giving system architects the flexibility to create advanced communications equipment.

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Neil Tyler

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