Part Number: DP83849C
Dear DP83894C experts,
The spec says the following about the MII RX_ER
"MII RECEIVE ERROR: Asserted high synchronously to RX_CLK toindicate that an invalid symbol has been detected within a receivedpacket in 100 Mb/s mode."
It does not elaborate on the role of that signal in 10 Mbits/s mode.
1) Does that imply that is has no role in 10 Mbits/s mode ?
2) Is the default value of that signal high, and is only set to 0 upon a no RX_ER detection ? If so won't it interfere with teh 10 Mbits/s mode ?
RX_ER functions as defined in IEEE 802.3 specification for 10Mbps as well.
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In reply to Geet Modi:
I am closing this thread. Incase you need further assistance, kindly open new thread and provide reference to this thread.
Thanks Geet. I don't have access to that Standard. In any case I solved the problem.
In reply to Rochus:
Great ! Thanks for closing the loop.
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