Part Number: DP83848M Hi teams,
On the datasheet of DP83848M, Connecting to PIN 19 (PFBOUT), PIN16 (PFBIN1) and PIN30 (PFBIN2) is recommended. On the other hand, on the figure 19 of EN55011, these pins are not shorted.
Which one is correct?
is there anyway you can test the the following:
1. test if eth0 works with the 100Base-T hub in half-duplex mode
2. read the actual status of the MDIO register on the PHY to understand what mode the PHY is in. The ethtool report may not be correct…
Part Number: DP83848M Other Parts Discussed in Thread: DP83848J , Hi Team, Our customer is currently using DP83848M but they don't use the CLK_OUT pin 21. For procurement reasons would it possible for them to use the J version (DP83848J) instead of the…
Part Number: DP83848M Hi I am using the part DP83848MPHPEP in my design and need the design review support.
The config I am using the device is in RMII mode.
Attaching the schematics.
Part Number: DP83848M Hi,
Myself Chethan from Celliber technologies, Bangalore.
I am using DP83848MPHPEP part in my design and using the part in RMII mode to interface to a Marvel Ethernet switch.
I am looking for the EVB schematic w.r.t the above mentioned…
Part Number: AM5718 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TMDXIDK5718 , TLK105L , DP83848C Hi,
I'm using SDK-LINUX-AM57X 06_03_00_106 on our custom board.
Our board has 3 ethernet ports .
It is similer to TMDXIDK5718. But it doesn't have 2 Gigabit (1000Mb…
Part Number: DP83848M Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPD4E05U06 Hello,
we're using the DP83848M in a PoE powered device. It's connected to a PoE capable transfomer like this:
The raw PoE power is then further processed by a bridge rectifier…
Part Number: DP83848M Hi support team, Our customer has some questions. Could you provide the 10 / 100 BaseT test mode SOP for DP83848? It means that the console command to let the PHY send the continuous pattern for 10/100 BaseT, and let scope test the…
Part Number: DP83848M Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TIDA-00207
I am using the DP83488 in a design and I am currently selecting the crystal. In order to verify that the selected crystal operates in its permitable power range, I need to calculate…