Forward error correction is a powerful method of correcting errors that can occur on a serial link. Although very useful, it can be costly in both area and power when implemented in soft logic. For this reason, E-Tile and H-Tile devices provide hardened FEC blocks to address many important applications, such as:
- 10 Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) (H-Tile)
- 25GbE (E-Tile)
- 100GbE (E-Tile)
- 24.3 Gbps Common Public Radio Interface (CPRI) (E-Tile)
- 128 gigabit fibre channel (GFC) (E-Tile)
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