Ethernet based microcontroller

Discussion in 'Computing and Networks' started by kevin.khan, Jul 9, 2012.

  1. kevin.khan

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    Hi there

    I am currently working on a project which involves acquiring data from a
    cardiac mapping unit and transmitting and displaying this data on the PC.
    I am currently looking for a microcontroller would be able to meet the specifications of the project design.
    The microcontroller should have the following specs:
    -80MHz CPU
    -Ethernet based, capable of transmitting 100Mbits/s
    -16 bit peripheral port

    I would like to know if anyone has any suggested microcontrollers that can be used for this application.
     
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  5. Steven Brooks

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    It will be difficult to get a MicroController with the features that you are looking for.Firstly, if you are looking for a USB device, i thnk it should be with a USB device functionality & not a USB host functionality.There are a no. of ARM processors with this feature. Next about I2C, even if u dont have device with built in hardware for it, you can still incorporate the I2C functionality in S/W.So you can look at it as a not very important requirement.SPI interface is easily available.

    Thanks a lot,
    Steven
     
  6. ErnieM

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    The Microchip PIC32 series have several devices that meet all that (and more, like USB OTG master).
     
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