Ethernet on ARM7 chip?

Started by nma550n December 27, 2005
Is there any company producing ARM7 chips with Ethernet built in?
Like the DS80C400?
Would be great not having to interface an external Ethernet chip.

Cheers Nick

btw
Merry Christmas!

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> Is there any company producing ARM7 chips with Ethernet built in?
> Like the DS80C400?
> Would be great not having to interface an external Ethernet chip.
>

Yes,
Samsung S3C4510B
Try NetSilicon NS7520 or the AT91SAM7X.

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CrossWorks for MSP430, ARM, AVR and now MAXQ processors
nma550n wrote:

>Is there any company producing ARM7 chips with Ethernet built in?
>Like the DS80C400?
>Would be great not having to interface an external Ethernet chip.
>
>
>

Look at the Sharp LH79524 & LH79525 (ARM720):
http://www.sharpsma.com/productgroup.php?ProductGroupIDS&SubProductGroupID=1


Regards,

TomW


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"Windows? No thanks, I have work to do..."
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Cheers guys.

Are there any cheap development boards fro these chips around?
When i say cheap ~70 or less, and as a bonus avaliable in the UK?
> Cheers guys.
>
> Are there any cheap development boards fro these chips around?
> When i say cheap ~70 or less, and as a bonus avaliable in the UK?

Samsung S3C4510B Dev board: $150 US
http://microcontrollershop.com/product_info.php?cPath&products_idw1

I'm curious if you find something more cost effective.


Phillips has mentioned they may have an LPC with EMAC sometime first quarter
06'.


Joel
Maybe

LPC23XX

512K/64K, Ethernet MAC, USB/OTG, 3V regulated, Flash security
I would not recommend anyone depend on "flash security" feature until
we have had Philips come back from hols and tell us about the hidden
ISP command(s) and/or method(s) in the boot loader.

For example, invoking the undocumented T command with five arguments
(all zeroes) produces a lot of output.

Jaya
On 28 Dec 2005, at 7:17 AM, jayasooriah wrote:

> I would not recommend anyone depend on "flash security" feature until
> we have had Philips come back from hols and tell us about the hidden
> ISP command(s) and/or method(s) in the boot loader.

*yawn* I don't suppose you could keep your insinuations about flash
security
in the original thread until you have actual proof that there is a
problem?
Let me assure you that the 'T' command not the only hidden method of
getting the boot loader to do things using ISP commands that is not
documented anywhere.

I am sure you had you your toungue firmly in your cheek when you said
"insinuations" :)