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W5300 (Fully Hardwired Newtwork protocol Embedded Ethernet Controller designed for high speed required embedded system)


Performance Benefits

High Speed Data Communication Over 50Mbps at application Layer More Stable Data Communication

Implementation Benefits

Easy & Simple control like memory Save developing time and area

Cost Benefits

MAC & PHY embedded into W5300

Development Benefits

Easy implemented not only at the OS but also non-OS enviroment


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- Supports hardwired TCP/IP protocols TCP,UDP, ICMP, IPv4, ARP, IGMPv2, PPPoE, Ethernet
- Supports 8 independent SOCKETs simultaneously
- High network performance Up to 80Mbps (DMA)
- Supports hybrid TCP/IP stack(software and hardware TCP/IP stack)
- IP Fragmentation is not supported
- Internal 128Kbytes memory for data communication(Internal TX/RX memory)
- More flexible allocation internal TX/RX memory according to application throughput
- Supports memory-to-memory DMA (only 16bit Data bus width & slave mode)
- Embedded 10BaseT/100BaseTX Ethernet PHY
- Supports auto negotiation (Full-duplex and half duplex)
- Supports auto MDI/MDIX(Crossover)
- Supports network Indicator LEDs (TX, RX, Full/Half duplex, Collision, Link, Speed)
- Supports a external PHY instead of the internal PHY
- Supports 16/8 bit data bus width
- Supports 2 host interface mode(Direct address mode & Indirect address mode)
- External 25MHz operation frequency (For internal PLL logic, period=40ns)
- Internal 150MHz core operation frequency (PLL_CLK, period=about 6.67ns)
- Network operation frequency (NIC_CLK 25MHz(100BaseTX) or 2.5MHz(10BaseT))
- 3.3V operation with 5V I/O signal tolerance
- Embedded power regulator for 1.8V core operation
- 0.18 μm CMOS technology
- 100LQFP 14X14 Lead-Free Package


Support S/W TCP/IP Simultaneously

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