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Top 3 considerations for harsh, industrial Ethernet

Industrial environments often includes harsh conditions like higher temperature ranges and voltages, higher noise, mechanical stress and more. Learn about the three most important aspects to consider when selecting Ethernet PHYs for your system.

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The ultra-low latency of the DP83826E enables designers to reduce system response time or add extra nodes in daisy-chained networks without increasing system size or cost.

 
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Low-power, robust 10/100-Mbps Ethernet PHY transceiver with 16-kV ESD

The DP83822 was designed to meet the needs of rugged and high performance applications while still offering a wide range of options for minimizing power consumption.

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Smallest form factor (3-mm by 3-mm), low-power 10/100-Mbps Ethernet PHY

The small package, low power consumption and long cable reach of the DP83825I enable designers to reduce the size and cost of space-constrained applications without sacrificing network reach.

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How to select the right industrial Ethernet standard: EtherCAT

Designing with industrial Ethernet in your system? Learn the basics of EtherCAT, its end applications and how it works. Get started with this article. 

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SimpliPHY your Ethernet design: Ethernet PHY basics and selection process

Is it 100BASE-T1, 1000BASE-T, 100BASE-TX, 10BASE-T or 10BASE-Te? For those not well-versed in Ethernet physical layer (PHY) lingo, it can be overwhelming to evaluate the various types. Read this article to learn Ethernet PHY basics to help you select the right PHY for your end application.

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Latency in Factory Automation

Latency through the Ethernet Physical Layer is a critical parameter in Ethernet networks. Learn how your Ethernet PHY choice can control cycle times for factory automation applications.

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How to Configure DP838xx for Ethernet Compliance Testing

This application report covers how to setup and configure the DP838xx PHY for Ethernet Physical Layer Compliance (IEEE 802.3) testing as the device under test (DUT).

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EMI/EMC Compliant 10/100 Mbps Ethernet Brick with Fiber or Twisted Pair Interface Reference Design

This reference design eliminates the need to have multiple boards for copper or fiber interface. It uses a small form factor, low power 10/100 Mbps Ethernet PHY to reduce board size for a cost optimized with reduced power consumption in high temperature industrial applications.

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EtherCAT Slave and Multi-Protocol Industrial Ethernet Reference Design

This reference design implements a cost-optimized high EMC immunity EtherCAT slave (dual ports) with SPI-interface to the application processor. The hardware design is capable of supporting multi-protocol industrial Ethernet and field-busses.

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Low power, big impact: Low-power Ethernet PHYs for building automation

New construction routinely plans for building automation networks, however retrofitting existing buildings to accommodate networked sensors & controls has its challenges. Learn how this Ethernet PHY is helping to optimize their designs. 

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Access free Ethernet on-demand training from TI experts  

Get free, on-demand training, prepared by our experts, that covers fundamentals on how to design with Ethernet PHYs, retimers and redrivers.

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