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Autonomous Driving

This new breed of in-vehicle networking architecture is practically a data-center on wheels.Akin to a very advanced nervous system, it is based on an array of ECUs, CPUs/GPUs, high-definition cameras, sensors, gateways, and storage devices, all connected through a high-speed, Multi-Gigabit/s Ethernet network that seamlessly moves data throughout the vehicle with a focus on redundancy,security and reliability. Amphenol is working on develop 25Gbps/50Gbps Etherent backbone cable GigaiLink, and Amphenol has deployed CooLink1.0 to autonomous drivingGPU/CPU/FPGA system as interconnection for PCIe Gen4/5 application.

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Applications

CooLink1.0 124pos RA

Features and Benefits:

1. Complaint with SAE USCAR2 and GMW3191

2. CPA design feature and primary and secondary lock design feature

3. 1000H @ 130℃ high temperature

4. Operation Temp. -40 ˚C to +105 ˚C.

5. Support PCIe Gen4

CooLink2.0 124pos RA

Features and Benefits:

1. Complaint with SAE USCAR2 and GMW3191

2. CPA design feature and primary and secondary lock design feature

3. 1000H @ 130℃ high temperature

4. Operation Temp. -40 ˚C to +105 ˚C.

5. Support PCIe Gen5 and can be upgrade to PCIe Gen6

CooLink 74pos RA

Features and Benefits:

1. Automotive grade connector design (SAE USCAR2)

2. CPA design and double locker

3. High environmental performance Nylon material for connector housing

4. High density with multiple high speed channel

5. Good SI performance under -40℃ and +105℃