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high speed serial protocol with real time capabilities?

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Hi folks,

I am looking for a serial data transmission protocol.
In principle the Ethernet hardware layer should be used
for cost reasons.
(- symmetric RX and TX line)


The protocol should have the following features:

- DC balanced data coding
- CRC protection
- real time data exchange possibilities
(some clock cycles latency are ok, Interrupt transmission would be good)
- small packet size


Has any one some ideas???
(possibly using 8b/10b coding ?)

Thanks for any suggestion.

aOxOmOx
 

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If you are using an FPGA, you can try the Xilinx Aurora core.
 

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Hi vomit,

sorry, forgot to tell I was looking for a vhdl solution
for SPARTAN3 FPGA from Xilinx.

Will have a look at aurora too.

Any other suggestions??

Thanks,

aOxOmOx
 

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