Tricks for fixing troublesome PCIe links
PCI Express (PCIe) is a ubiquitous interface for embedded systems, offering several key advantages including autodetection, lane configurability, robust error detection and correction, high lane-to-lane skew tolerance, and low power.
Despite the interface’s power and versatility, designers occasionally need to debug a faulty PCIe link.
Reginald explains what designers can do to resolve this issue.
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