Fabric bandwidth should indicate the total capacity of moving bits between ports. 160-Gbps should mean, there's capacity to move 80 Gbps, duplex. How ports gain access to such bandwidth depends on the switch's architecture.
For a chassis switch, fabric bandwidth is often quoted for the whole chassis. Again, though, how it's allocated within the chassis depends on switch's architecture.
"As in chasis switch all cards are installed on same backplane ( like PC motherboard ). "
Depends on the switch's architecture. (Oh, and BTW, although PC cards might physically connect to the motherboard, such connections might be on different backplanes [or buses].)
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