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Pulse Electronics bares integrated connector module

19 Mar 2014  | Susan Nordyk

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Aimed at 10Gbit/s server, router and storage applications, Pulse Electronics' JT3-1101HL 10GBaseT RJ45 integrated connector module (ICM) has an installed height of just 9.04mm above the PCB. This gives hardware designers who have an I/O panel with limited height the flexibility to configure it so the RJ45 is in line with the PCB.

The 10GBaseT (10Gbit/s Ethernet over unshielded twisted pair) module is backwards compatible to 1Gbit/s, giving businesses the ability to scale their networks as they grow. Pulse's integrated connector modules have flat insertion loss and good return loss performance over 10GBaseT frequencies and are designed to meet industry-standard IEEE 802.3 requirements over 100m.

In addition, they help users meet FCC Part 15, Class B requirements for the control of electromagnetic emissions in high-speed devices.




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