DP83848 Ethernet Breakout Board
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The DP83848 Ethernet Board is an accessory board includes an onboard Ethernet Physical Layer Transceiver DP83848, RJ45 connector, and control interface.
The DP83848C is a robust fully-featured 10/100 single port Physical Layer device offering low power consumption, including various intelligent power down states. These low power modes enhance overall product reliability due to reduced power dissipation. Supporting multiple intelligent power modes enables the application to use the absolute minimum amount of power needed for operation.
This Ethernet breakout board is perfectly suited in combination with our Open1768 - LPC1768 ARM Cortex M3 Development Board.
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