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Technical Reference about fast-etherenet, CSMA\CD

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I'm a student of electronic engineering. I desperately need
information (or Links to one on the web...) about:
    1) Internal Structure of etherenet lan cards
    2) Information about programming drivers for the above.
    3) Using the CSMA\CD protocol and its specifications.

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by:wayneb
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You may want to look at the following addresses
http://www.ieee.org
http://standards.ieee.org/

You should find most of what you are looking for on these sites.
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National Semiconductor manufacture ethernet physical layer controllers. For application notes regarding desiging LAN cards using their components and writing your own drivers, check out: -
http://www.national.com/search/search.cgi/apnotes?keywords=ethernet

Texas instruments manufacture ethernet MAC controllers, including single chip solutions which include a PCI interface and physical layer controller. Check out: -
http://www.ti.com/sc/docs/network/intranet/products/intrap.htm


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try going to www.3com.com or check out the online libary at www.mcp.com
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