How to Pass RX Test According to PCIe 3.0 CEM Specifications

Application Notes

Since the release of the PCIe® base specification revision 3.0 (rev. 3.0) in November 2010, many semiconductor vendors have tested their bare ASICs accordingly. Now PCIe 3.0 add-in cards (AICs) and motherboards (MBs) with PCIe 3.0 slots are being developed. These items need to be tested according to the PCIe Card Electromechanical (CEM) Specification, for which the Serial Enabling Group (SEG) is currently generating the PHY Test Specification.

×

Please have a salesperson contact me.

*Indicates required field

Select a preferred method of communication*Required Field
Preferred method of communication? Change email?
Preferred method of communication?

By continuing, you are providing Keysight with your personal data. See the Keysight Privacy Statement for information on how we use this data.

Thank you

A sales representative will contact you soon.