THine® released the GPIO / LVCMOS transceiver IC, THCS251. It can be used in a wide variety of applications such as laptop computers, surveillance cameras, robotics, printing machines, medical equipment, gaming, XR devices, etc. Many electrical devices, such as laptops, use hinges between their display and keyboard. Other devices, such as surveillance cameras, use slip rings to enable 360-degree rotation. These hinges and slip rings limit the number of wires that carry signals through them due to their physical space and/or cost. The THCS251 serializes and aggregates up to 37 lines into a pair of 4Gbps high-speed differential signals. It also deserializes and deaggregates the differential signals back to the original 37 lines, allowing implementations of both the receiver and transmit directions with only four lines. Thus, using THCS251 on each side of the hinge or slip ring connector can enable new applications that require higher I/O counts. The high-speed differential signal path of the THCS251 is supported by 8B10B encoding and built-in adaptive equalization, allowing a distance of greater than 15 meters with standard cables.