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'[EE] Gigabyte transciever'
2007\03\27@124735 by Vasile Surducan

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Hi people,

I'm starting a new project where I will deal with one gigabyte
interface and three standard LAN ports.
Before starting reading any documentation, there are some favourite transcievers
for gigabyte implementation (including IP available ) you know about
or work currently with ?
I must specific cleary is not about PICs or with PICs.

thank you,
Vasile

2007\03\27@135822 by William Chops Westfield

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On Mar 27, 2007, at 9:47 AM, Vasile Surducan wrote:

> I'm starting a new project where I will deal with one gigabyte
> interface and three standard LAN ports.

Gigabyte or Gigabit?  GigiBIT ethernet *is* a "standard lan port" of
sorts. For 8x the performance of gigabit, it's probably worthwhile
starting to look at 10gigabit ethernet.

BillW

2007\03\27@140511 by Harold Hallikainen

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> Hi people,
>
> I'm starting a new project where I will deal with one gigabyte
> interface and three standard LAN ports.
> Before starting reading any documentation, there are some favourite
> transcievers
> for gigabyte implementation (including IP available ) you know about
> or work currently with ?
> I must specific cleary is not about PICs or with PICs.
>
> thank you,
> Vasile


Whatsamatter? Can't get a gibabyte per second through a PIC?

Harold

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2007\03\27@142737 by M. Adam Davis

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On 3/27/07, Harold Hallikainen <spam_OUTharoldTakeThisOuTspamhallikainen.org> wrote:
> Whatsamatter? Can't get a gibabyte per second through a PIC?

Use a high power laser.  It'll go through a PIC, with the black
packaging and all it wouldn't take long either.  And the laser can
readily transmit 10Gbps.

-Adam

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2007\03\27@150016 by Yigit Turgut

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> Whatsamatter? Can't get a gibabyte per second through a PIC?

Can't.

2007\03\27@174230 by Jinx

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> > Whatsamatter? Can't get a gibabyte per second through a PIC?
>
> Can't.

Not with that attitude........ ;-)))

2007\03\27@175245 by Robert Rolf

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Jinx wrote:

>>>Whatsamatter? Can't get a gibabyte per second through a PIC?
>>
>>Can't.

Sure you can. Reverse bias from Vss to Vdd. Acts like a resistor through
clamp diodes.

R

2007\03\27@200316 by Harold Hallikainen

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> Jinx wrote:
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>>>>Whatsamatter? Can't get a gibabyte per second through a PIC?
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>>>Can't.
>
> Sure you can. Reverse bias from Vss to Vdd. Acts like a resistor through
> clamp diodes.
>
> R


I remember an article on using a Z80 to compute logs. They hooked the Z80
up as a diode...

Harold

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2007\03\27@202743 by Jake Anderson

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Harold Hallikainen wrote:
>> Hi people,
>>
>> I'm starting a new project where I will deal with one gigabyte
>> interface and three standard LAN ports.
>> Before starting reading any documentation, there are some favourite
>> transcievers
>> for gigabyte implementation (including IP available ) you know about
>> or work currently with ?
>> I must specific cleary is not about PICs or with PICs.
>>
>> thank you,
>> Vasile
>>    
>
>
> Whatsamatter? Can't get a gibabyte per second through a PIC?
>
> Harold
>
>  
overclock it!
cmon I'm sure i can get some liquid helium.

2007\03\28@001230 by Vasile Surducan

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On 3/27/07, Harold Hallikainen <.....haroldKILLspamspam@spam@hallikainen.org> wrote:
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> > Hi people,
> >
> > I'm starting a new project where I will deal with one gigabyte
> > interface and three standard LAN ports.
> > Before starting reading any documentation, there are some favourite
> > transcievers
> > for gigabyte implementation (including IP available ) you know about
> > or work currently with ?



**** I must specific cleary is not about PICs or with PIC*****

People, you really can talk only about PICs here ?
Open your eyes, it's the era of DSPs running at 3GHz and you are
sticked in damn 40Mhz PICs.





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2007\03\28@015728 by Jake Anderson

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Vasile Surducan wrote:
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I think people were "having a laugh" in the absence of something
constructive to contribute.
what sort of DSP/micro's are there that clock at 3Ghz? That would make
for some nice PWM schemes.

2007\03\28@022611 by John Chung

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You can try Marvell Yukon. It has 1Gbps interface. The
biggest issue about network cards is to obtain
documentation for it. Some of the intel lan card
provide programmer's manual to the chipset. The worst
case scenario is to obtain the src code to the driver
and use it.

Regards,
John




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2007\03\28@041541 by Vasile Surducan

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On 3/28/07, Jake Anderson <jakespamspam_OUTvapourforge.com> wrote:
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There are multiDSP cores with ARM inside. The 3GHz clock must be
understood as three cores with 1GHz clock or four cores with  x MHz
clock.

Such DSPs are here (in the upward performance order):
www.freescale.com/webapp/sps/site/homepage.jsp?nodeId=012795&tid=FSH
http://focus.ti.com/lit/ml/sprt405/sprt405.pdf
or here:
mobilecrunch.com/2006/09/27/sandbridge-technologies-announces-worlds-first-viable-flexible-baseband-processor-a-mobilecrunch-exclusive/

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