Re: embedded gigabit ethernet
- From: Bryan Hackney <no@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 20 Aug 2005 14:51:13 GMT
Steve at fivetrees wrote:
I have a new project coming up that calls for a data acquisition board (wot
I have to design) to deliver said data over ethernet at a minimum of
6.25Mbytes/second (not including packetisation/checksum/TCP/protocol
overheads). I confess to some trepidation.
Please let me (us) know what you decide on. This is on the edge of experience
for many if not all small systems developers. Thanks.
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