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The name SerDes combines the names of two products, Ser and Des. Ser stands for Serializer, also known as a “parallel-to-serial converter,” and Des stands for Deserializer, also known as a “serial-to-parallel converter.”
The serialisation technique is unique to each manufacturer. In comparison to LVDS transmission, it is different. In general, multiple wires connect devices (substrates), however adding more wires has drawbacks in terms of cost and design. The additional wiring (bus width) may be assembled (serialised), and data can be conveyed, using SerDes.
Blocks for encoding and decoding are present in some SerDes variants. In order to facilitate quicker clock recovery in the receiver, offer framing, and provide DC balancing, this encoding and decoding normally aims to set at least statistical constraints on the rate of signal transitions.
The Global automotive serializer/deserializer market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
The VA7000 series of automotive chipsets from Valens have been released; they are based on the recently finished MIPI A-PHY interface specification. The VA7000 serializers and deserializers are designed for ultra-high-speed networking applications in ADAS and autonomous drive subsystems that demand extended reach (up to 15 metres), error-free communications, and great immunity to electromagnetic interference (EMI).
The VA7000 chipset from Valens supports data transmission rates of 2 Gbps to 16 Gbps and will go as far as 48 Gbps+ following the MIPI A-PHY roadmap. While the VA7042 and 7044 deserializer devices have two and four separate receiver links, respectively, at speeds of up to 8 Gbps each, the VA7031 serializer chip is made for long-reach interconnection of CSI-2-based sensors. Additionally, each deserializer has a local CS-I2 input port.
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