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What does inter frame gap in ethernet contain?

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hi
can anyone tell me what does inter frame gap contains.
some special bits or all 1's and is it applied only for first frame in burst cycle or to all
succissive frames
 

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ethernet

in ethernet packet preambles 8 bytes
that one 1 byte is the SFD start frame delimeter is the 10101011 that is the sequence detection

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Re: ethernet

For 10MBPS slot time is 512 bits, min Inter Packet Gap(IPG) is 9.6us & Min Frame size is 64 bytes
For 100MBPS slot time is 512 bits, min Inter Packet Gap(IPG) is 0.96us & Min Frame size is 64 bytes
For 1000MBPS slot time is 512 Bytes, min Inter Packet Gap(IPG) is 0.096us & Min Frame size is 512 bytes

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Re: ethernet

hi

i dont want the burst duration time or what a sfd contains i want to know what should we send in inter frame gap. special bits ? or something else ? and should i
send only in the first frame or in successive frames
 

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ethernet

dtn_me’s answers is correct
 

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Re: ethernet

For 1000MBPS slot time is 512 Bytes, min Inter Packet Gap(IPG) is 0.096us & Min Frame size is 512 bytes
For Gigabit Ethernet, Min Frame Size is NOT 512 bytes, but 512 bits (still 64 bytes)!
 

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