IP175B – 5 Port 10/100 Ethernet Integrated Switch

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Part number : IP175B

Functions : This is a kind of semiconductor, 5 Port 10/100 Ethernet Integrated Switch.

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Manufacturer : IC Plus

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IP175B Datasheet PDF

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IP175B Preliminary Data Sheet 5 Port 10/100 Ethernet Integrated Switch

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IP175A PCB compatible (pins compatible) IP175B integrates a 6-port switch controller, SSRAM, and 5 10/100 Ethernet transceivers. Built in 6 MAC and 5 PHY Each of the transceivers complies with the Each port can be configured to be 10Base-T, IEEE802.3, IEEE802.3u, and IEEE802.3x 100Base-TX 2k MAC address specifications. The DSP approach is utilized for Support auto-polarity for 10Mbps designing transceivers with 0.18um technology; they have high noise immunity and robust Filter/ forward reserved address option Broadcast storm protection performance. Auto MDI-MDIX IP175B operates in store and forward mode. It Support three MII/RMII ports Support SMI with MDC up to 12.5 Mhz supports flow control, auto MDI/MDI-X, CoS, port Support tagging & un-tagging base VLAN, bandwidth control, DiffServ, SMART Support Port base VLAN & tag VLAN MAC and LED functions, etc. Each port can be configured to auto-negotiation or forced Support CoS 10M/100M, full/half duplexmode. Using an Support port security option EEPROM or pull up/down resistors on specified Support SMART MAC function pins can configure the desired options. Support spanning tree protocol Max packet length 1552/ 1536 bytes Besides a 5-port switch application, IP175B Support 8-level bandwidth control supports three MII/RMII ports for router Support Link quality LED for 100Mbps DataSheet Support direct, serial and dual color mode LED application, which supports 4 LAN ports, one WAN port and one HOME/PNA or Access point. The Built in linear regulator control circuit Low power consumption external MAC can monitor or configure IP175B by 0.18um, 128-pin PQFP accessing MII registers through SMI0. MII/RMII port also can be configured to be MAC mode. It is used to interface an external PHY to work as a 5+1 switch. Through SMI1 IP175B can monitor and configure external PHY. DataShee DataSheet Confi [ … ]

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