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Re: [Xylo-SDR] OpenCores.org
The USB2 core requires an external PHY and it is just easier to use an
FX2 in that case. The USB1.1 implementation can get by without the
external PHY, but it depends (as has been pointed out earlier) on how
much data you are going to pump in and out.
I haven't messed with the Ethernet cores yet. The Xylo Ethernet
implementation barely is there and is not too useful.
73 de Phil N8VB
On 12/13/05, Arthur J. Lekstutis <Artie@lekstutis.com> wrote:
> Yes, the OpenRISC 1000 in particular looks very promising. Its
> development looks fairly active too.
> There are also both USB2 and Ethernet MAC cores. I've been weighing the
> advantages/disadvantages of both and am still unsure which is better for
> a radio, though I'm leaning towards Ethernet lately.
> Greg (WD9DEX) mentions using Opencores USB 1.1, does anyone else have
> any experience with the various cores there?
> Artie Lekstutis
> >The microprocessor cores are particularly interesting on opencores.org
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