USB 3.1 Gen2 2L



RD1011 is a bidirectional active USB Type-CTM (USB-C) cable, which includes two paddle cards, each with an ANX7451 device on it. The ANX7451 is a 4x4 re-timing mux capable of switching DisplayPort (DP) and USB3.2 Gen 2 10Gbps signals to support a single USB Type-CTM (USB-CTM) port. The RD1011 design can recover both the USB and DP signals with loss compensation of up to 23dB and 27dB respectively. The RD1011 includes two ANX7410 devices, which act as an on-board programmable MCU and eMarker chip. With ANX7410, ANX7451 can be initiated with optimal settings that enable the RD1011 design to cover 4-meter at 28AWG cable length. RD1011 can be used with any USB-C port on any of the display monitors, docking stations and VR HMDs.

Main Features: 
Other Features
  • Bidirectional active USB-C cable carrying 4L DP or 2L DP and USB3.2
    • Supports up to 4L of DisplayPort in/out, with signal conditioning up to 8.1Gbps (supports HBR3, HBR2, HBR, RBR rates)
    • Supports USB3.1 in/out, with signal conditioning up to 10Gbps
    • Supports USB2.0 (480Mbps)
    • Compensates signal loss of up to 27dB
  • Supports plug flip
  • Powered by VCONN and VBUS
  • On-board programmable MCU, ANX7410, to initiate ANX7451 with specific settings
  • ANX7410 acts as an eMarker chip to snoop or respond SOP’ and SOP’’ messages from a USB-C DFP, as per active USB-C cable spec
  • Two paddle cards (2x re-timers) design to guarantee data throughput performance, and for ease of production



Notebook/Desktop PC



USB Type-C 4x6 DeMux
USB Type-C™ Power Delivery v3.0 Controller with De-Mux (USB/DP)

ANX7327 is a USB-PD v3.0 port controller with an integrated de-mux that supports switching at data rates of up to 10Gbps. ANX7327 supports high-speed interfaces, such as USB 3.1 (Gen 1 – 5Gbps, Gen 2 – 10Gbps) and DisplayPort™ (DP) 1.4 at up to HBR3 (8.1Gbps). ANX7327 is designed to be placed behind a USB Type-C (USB-C™) receptacle of a USB-C accessory or HDTV or monitor USB-C port. The USB-C port with the embedded IC device behind it enables a passive USB-C cable connectivity between any USB-C source and the accessory or HDTV or monitor to further the USB-C functions to a display or data connectivity downstream. On the source side, when paired with a re-timer mux such as the ANX7440, the ANX7327/7440 combo solution can enable a USB-C full function port with CPUs that have integrated USB-C mux. An On-chip Microcontroller (OCM) is available to manage the signal switching, Channel Configuration (CC) detection, USB Power Delivery (USB-PD) charging and Vendor Defined Message (VDM) protocol, and other functions, as defined in the USB Type-C v1.2 and USB Power Delivery v3.0 specifications. ANX7327 can be configured for an Upstream Facing Port (UFP) to support a USB-C receptacle. When paired with a DP-to-HDMI/VGA bridge (such as the ANX7737/9837), the ANX7327 creates an ideal solution for USB Type-C dongle, docking, HDTV, and monitor applications.

Main Features: 
Other key features
  • High-speed de-mux (4x6) switching up to 10Gbps
  • 4-lanes DisplayPort outputs with link speed of 1.62Gbps, 2.7Gbps, 5.4Gbps, 6.75Gbps, and 8.1Gbps
  • USB 3.1 signal output (SSTX and SSRX) with Gen1 (5Gbps) and Gen2 (10Gbps) link speed
  • USB 1.1 Billboard support
  • DisplayPort Alternate Mode (SlimPort®) communication support through USB-PD structured VDM messaging
  • Native TCPC-compliant hardware register interface
  • Integrated VCONN FETs
  • Built-in 10-bit ADC to monitor VBUS voltage and current
  • Dedicated control signals for VBUS Source FET, VBUS sink FET, and VBUS auto discharge circuity
  • Serial and debug interfaces
    • Slave interface
  • Industry standard compatibility
    • USB Type-C r1.2 specification
    • USB Power Delivery v3.0 r1.0 specification
    • DisplayPort 1.4 specification
    • DisplayPort Alternate Mode over USB Type-C r1.1 specification
    • Universal Serial Bus (USB) Type-C Port Controller Interface r1.0 specification
  • Low-power design
    • Single supply at 3.3V
    • Dedicated supply power pin for flexible I/O power – 1.8V or 3.3V
    • Ultra-low power consumption (typical 80uW) in standby mode
  • On-chip Microcontroller (OCM) to implement signal switching, USB-PD messaging, and DisplayPort related functions
    • 64K bytes SRAM for firmware execution
    • 128K bytes Flash for firmware storage
    • PDFU function for firmware updating
  • Dead battery detection support
  • Package offered: 48-pin QFN, 6mm x 6mm, 0.8mm Z-height, pin-pitch: 0.4mm



Notebook/Desktop PC

  • 48-pin QFN, 6mm x 6mm, 0.8mm Z-height, pin-pitch: 0.4mm
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