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A digital crosspoint is a device that can change the state of any of its inputs or outputs. Digital, active, and non-bidirectional inputs and outputs. Digital crosspoint switches come in a range of shapes and sizes, including up to 20×20 on a single chip. ’20×20′ refers to a system with 20 inputs and 20 outputs, with any of the 20 inputs connecting to any of the 20 outputs.
A digital crosspoint is often designed for high-speed signal switching, with some crosspoints capable of switching data at speeds of 12 Gbits/s or more. Crosspoint switches have the ability to interface with high-speed signalling protocols, which is a significant feature. Receivers and transmitters are the terms used to describe these inputs and outputs.
The India Digital Crosspoint Switch Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
Analog Devices has announced a 12 x 12 digital crosspoint switch with 12 differential PECL/CML-compatible inputs and 12 differential CML outputs that is asynchronous and protocol agnostic. The ADN4612 is optimised for non-return-to-zero (NRZ) signalling with data speeds of up to 11.3Gb/s per port, according to the firm.
According to the company, each port includes programmable input equalisation, loss-of-signal detection, programmable output swing, and output preemphasis/deemphasis.
Through the serial control interface, the ADN4612 nonblocking switch core provides a 12 x 12 crossbar and allows independent channel switching. The ADN4612 features very low channel-to-channel skew and minimal latency. It comes in an 88-lead LFCSP package and can function at temperatures ranging from -40°C to 85°C.
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