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High Speed Data Transfer

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I have 16 bit parallel data on a port at around 20-30MHz, I need to transmit this over a cable serially up to around 100m. I was hoping to use some sort of off the shelf cabling, such as CAT5 to save on installation costs.

Any ideas on the simplest way to do this?

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what about using 1Ghz Ethernet?
Would I have to implement a stack in firmware though? Or can I literally connect data lines up and it will send what's clocked?

Do you know of an application note or similar as a starting point?

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