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  1. Closed: Re: Ethernet vs USB discussion and/or comparison

    What is the maximum possible data rate for 1G Ethernet after removing all TCP packet overheads ?
    What is the maximum possible data rate for USB 3.0 after removing packet overheads ?
  2. Closed: Ethernet vs USB discussion and/or comparison

    Hi,

    I am looking for discussion and/or comparison between 1Gbps Ethernet and USB 3.0 with their future perspectives.

    1G Ethernet has bit rate 1 G bits per second while USB 3.0 has 5 G bits...
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    Closed: Re: SD Card not showing 4 GB

    Thanks. It works now.

    diskpart
    list disk
    select disk <disk number>
    create partition primary

    or

    diskpart
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    Closed: Re: SD Card not showing 4 GB

    Formatting does not work. Nothing comes when I right click on SD Card icon in My Computer and click Quick Format. Is there any way to reset the SD card to factory setting.
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    Closed: Re: SD Card not showing 4 GB

    Hi,

    Yes diskpart works. It delete the small allocated potion (192 MB) and combine it with 3.5 GB un-allocated. Now the un-allocated portion is 3.69 GB. But there is still problem. Upon right...
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    Closed: Re: SD Card not showing 4 GB

    There is no important data in SD card. I guess windows 7 blocking something when it comes to delete partition and make new volume and shrink for SD cards etc.

    Is there any free software to...
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    Closed: Re: SD Card not showing 4 GB

    No option is there to delete partition.
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    Closed: Re: SD Card not showing 4 GB

    In Disk Management tool it shows 3.6 GB Un-allocated. But upon right click the options are disable to create new volumes etc ..

    - - - Updated - - -

    Disk Management options are attached.
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    Closed: SD Card not showing 4 GB

    Hi,

    I have connected 4 GB Micro SD card to Windows based PC but it is showing 196 MB after Quick Format FAT 32. How to get 4 GB ?
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    Closed: Advance Training - ZYNQ SOC

    Hi,

    I am looking for low cost advance training on ZYNQ SOC which also cover Ethernet and USB communication. Any recommendation on this please ?
  11. Closed: Re: Data transmission between two PCs through Network

    I also don't understand that how one laptop is connected to private network and the other laptop is connected to public network but they are connected to the same home wifi router, see attachment.
    ...
  12. Closed: Re: Data transmission between two PCs through Network

    I have two windows laptops connected to home WiFi. I am not able to ping the other laptop. One laptop is connected to Public network while the other is connected to Private network but the router is...
  13. Closed: Re: Data transmission between two PCs through Network

    Hi,

    Here are the tasks which I need to perform

    1- Ping the other PC in cmd
    2- Connect each of the two PC to the other through Telnet configured in Tera Term
    3- Send keyboard data from one...
  14. Closed: Re: Data transmission between two PCs through Network

    I am not able to connect two PCs to Telnet through Tera Term. The result of ping is 4 packet send and received 0.

    How to connect two PCs connected to wireless router through Telnet Tera Term ?
    ...
  15. Closed: Data transmission between two PCs through Network

    Hi,

    If two PCs are connected by serial cable having D Sub-9 connector then we can send data from one PC to the other PC provided if same Baud rate is used in Tera Term in both PCs.

    Similarly,...
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    Closed: Re: Including VHDL libraries to add two signals

    The issue is with + operator. If I remove "use ieee.std_logic_unsigned.all;" then it gives error in simulation. Therefore, I have to use both

    use ieee.numeric_std.all;
    use...
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    Closed: Re: Including VHDL libraries to add two signals

    If I remove "use ieee.std_logic_arith.all;" then it's fine but I have to keep "use ieee.std_logic_unsigned.all;" together with "use ieee.numeric_std.all; " to have no errors in simulation.

    If...
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    Closed: Including VHDL libraries to add two signals

    Hi,

    I have very basic question regarding VHDL libraries. I just want to add two 32 bit unsigned numbers. I need some help regarding which library I really need to include in the VHDL code

    The...
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    Closed: Re: Ethernet speed - some basic questions

    Hi,

    I have found a useful tutorial regarding network performance and frame sizes.

    https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/about/security-center/network-performance-metrics.html

    For 1G bps Ethernet ...
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    Closed: Re: Ethernet speed - some basic questions

    I don't understand symbol rate 125 Mbyte/s for 1Gbps.

    I guess symbol information is contained within the packet and each packet for UDP is between 64 and 1500 bytes, where in each packet 42 bytes...
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    Closed: Re: Ethernet speed - some basic questions

    I guess the packet size (64-1500 bytes) depend on the amount of data to transmit, right ? and 42 byes are reserved for header regardless of packet size for UDP, right ?

    This means to increase the...
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    Closed: Re: Ethernet speed - some basic questions

    Is this header or packet (which include header and actual information) ?




    This means that for UDP there are 42 bytes which are allocated to packet header and the remaining (125 M bytes - 42...
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    Closed: Re: Ethernet speed - some basic questions

    Thanks for reply.

    If for UDP 42 packets are lost from the raw data then what is the size of each packet in bytes ?

    I guess the modern Ethernet Networks have TCP/IP and not UDP, is that right...
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    Closed: Ethernet speed - some basic questions

    Hi,

    I am wondering about 1G Ethernet. I guess 1G Ethernet is 1 Giga bits per second which is 125 Mega bytes per second but this is just transmission rate of Ethernet cable and not the data rate...
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    Closed: LwIP and FreeRTOS support for ZYBO

    Hi,

    I bit new to RTOS. I have to send XADC streaming data to PC over Ethernet. The data rate is around 100 kilo sample per second where each sample is 12 bit. I am wondering which IP or operating...
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