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Missionone

PCIE to PCIE board connection

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Hi @Missionone,

I don't know what boards you are using since most of the Digilent boards do not have PCIe I personally do not have any experience with it, but my understanding is that in general if you do not have any voltage conflicts that will occur you can connect them directly with a proper cable. The bigger thing I would be concerned about is the software/hardware (presuming you are using a FPGA) to properly take advantage of communicating over PCIe.

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JColvin

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Thanks JColvin,

The board is TDA2px which has own power supply and the other board wasn't sold yet by the maker has it's own power supply. The task of second board is a gate for tx and rx data  to/from different sources .

Thanks

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The answer to your question is NO. To understand why the answer is no you need to develop a basic understanding of how PCI works. It is not a peer-peer interface. Neither is USB.

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