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re: PCIe goes Clockless--Achieving independent spread-spectrum clocking without SSC isolation
PCIe_Evangelist   7/9/2012 6:27:31 PM
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Here is a demo video, http://plxtech.com/files/products/expresslane/pcie_ssc.html

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re: PCIe goes Clockless--Achieving independent spread-spectrum clocking without SSC isolation
PCIe_Evangelist   7/11/2012 9:35:03 PM
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email the author at freessc@plxtech.com. See this demo at PCI-SIG DevCon.

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