Part Number: 88E6351-A1-TAH2I000

Manufacturer: Marvell Semiconductor Inc

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88E6351-A1-TAH2I000 Description

The Marvell Alaska 88E6351-A1-TAH2I000 Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) transceiver is a member of the Marvell Alaska 88E1512 family and is a physical layer device with a single Gigabit Ethernet transceiver. The Ethernet physical layer must be implemented to support the 1000BASE-T, 100BASE-TX, and 10BASE-T standards, and the transceiver does this.

The device supports the following interfaces: RGMII to Copper, RGMII to SGMII/Fiber, and SGMII to Copper. GMII to Copper/Fiber/SGMII with Auto-Media Detect is also supported. The apparatus can also help SGMII to Copper. Termination resistors are also incorporated into PHY design for MDI interfaces. Because fewer components are installed externally, thanks to this resistor integration, the board layout is simplified, and costs are decreased. Regarding accuracy, the calibrated resistor technique that Marvell just came up with will meet or exceed the IEEE 802.3 return loss criteria.

88E6351-A1-TAH2I000 Features

● Thanks to the four RGMII timing modes with inbuilt delays, there is no need to add trace delays to the PCB.

● supports SGMII and 1000BASE-X on the Fiber interface, as well as 100BASE-FX (88E6351-A1-TAH2I000  device only).

● Supports RGMII LVCMOS /0 Standards supports IEEE’s Energy Efficient Ethernet standard.

● Extremely low power

● Passive components are eliminated thanks to integrated MDI termination resistors.

● Switching voltage regulators integrated.

● Version 2 of IEEE1588 Ethernet Time Stamping Synchronous (SyncE) Time Recovery

● “Downshift” mode for two-pair cable installations is one of three loopback modes for diagnostics.

● Crosstalk, echo, and digitally adjustable equalizers that are fully integrated.

● Modern baseline drifts correction in digital devices.

● At all operating speeds, automatic MDI/MDIX crossover is provided.

● Correction of polarity automatically.

● Auto-Negotiation in compliance with IEEE 802.3.

● LEDs have software-programmable modes, such as LED testing.

● Management Interface for MDC/XMDIO.

● CRC verifier and packet counter

● creation of packets.

● Detection of Wake on L AN (WOL) events.

● Virtual Cable Tester Advanced 8 (VCT” ).

● Outputs for MAC interface auto-calibration.

● The sensor of temperature.

● Supports a single 3.3V supply when a switching regulator within is used.

● I/O pads can receive 1.8V, 2.5V, or 3.3V of power.

● Industrial grade, commercial grade (88E1510 and 88E1512 only).

● The 56-Pin QFN 8mm x 8mm Green package with EPAD (88E1512/88E1514 device) and the 48-Pin QFN 7 mm x 7 mm green package with EPAD are available.

88E6351-A1-TAH2I000 Applications

● Used to create and deploy gigabit standalone quickly.

● Utilized to switch systems for embedded, consumer, and enterprise use.

● Segments of the metro/service provider market.

88E6351-A1-TAH2I000  Manufacturer

Information is quickly transmitted through Marvell. The modern digital storage sector has been fundamentally revolutionized due to this. Their approach to creating storage, network infrastructure, and wireless connectivity solutions is driven by innovation at every stage of the process. They possess an extensive understanding of the system level and leading-edge intellectual property rights.

What is Gigabit Ethernet (GbE)?

One gigabit per second, or one billion bits per second, of data, can be transmitted using the gigabit Ethernet (GbE) transmission method, which is used in local area networks (LANs). GbE is based on the Ethernet frame format and protocol (Gb). IEEE 802.3 defines Gigabit Ethernet, which is currently used as the primary network infrastructure in many commercial networks. This standard was developed by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE).

Gigabit Ethernet is used in local networks to connect computers and servers. Many companies have chosen to upgrade their wired local area networks from Fast Ethernet to Gigabit Ethernet due to its tremendous benefits in data transfer speed and cabling.

Gigabit Ethernet can be sent through a copper wire or optical fibre. Existing Ethernet LANs with card speeds of up to 100 megabits per second and 10 megabits per second can feed a gigabit Ethernet backbone.

Even more recent protocols are emerging, such as 10 Gigabit Ethernet, which is ten times faster than Gigabit Ethernet. Businesses and data centres can choose from a wide range of Gigabit Ethernet speeds today, including 10 GbE, 20 GbE, 40 GbE, and 100 GbE, for their core switching.

How Gigabit Ethernet works

To share media resources, gigabit Ethernet networks can operate as either half-duplex networks or as Ethernet switches with switched full-duplex networks.

Both Gigabit Ethernet and Standard Ethernet transmit data using the 802.3 framing technique. It can achieve rates of 1 Gigabit per second by utilizing the Carrier Sense Multiple Access/Collision Detect (CSMA/CD) protocol (Gbps). Transmissions are handled by CSMA/CD once a collision has occurred. The transmission rate may result in data packets intersecting when two devices on the same Ethernet network attempt to communicate data simultaneously. The CSMA/CD protocol detects colliding data packets and subsequently discards them.

Gigabit Ethernet can provide lightning-fast speeds over copper or fibre optic connections. Fibre optic cables are necessary when delivering data across long distances, such as 300 meters or more (m). On the other hand, conventional Ethernet cables can send data across shorter distances at gigabit speeds. This is especially true for cables that are Cat5e-rated or higher or that adhere to the 1000Base-T cabling standard or higher. For instance, four pairs of eight wires are twisted together to form a single cable in a Cat5e cable.

Benefits of Gigabit Ethernet

The following are some of the benefits that Gigabit Ethernet offers:

● Reliability

Fiber optic cables used in some gigabit internet offerings are more durable and reliable than traditional copper wiring.

● Speed

Transmission speeds of one gigabit per second (Gbps) should be more than adequate for the vast majority of internet applications used today.

● Less latency

The reduced latency rates can be anything between 5 and 20 milliseconds.

● Transferring or streaming video data

Gigabit Ethernet can stream 4K material at a high frame rate while maintaining a seamless experience.

● Multiuser support

Internet connections with high bandwidth can be segmented into numerous tasks to support many devices.


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