Ethernet


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Ethernet
EthernetEthernet is an industry standard for local area network (LAN). Each device in the network has a unique address called internet protocol (IP) address. IP is the the main communication protocol in networking and it essentially forms the Internet. The data communication is established on IP address headers followed by data signals. Unfortunately, IP has a complicated structure which makes it hard to implement it at the lowest level.To explain the working principles of ethernet and how it can be implemented on an FPGA, we benefit from the application in [54]. Here, an echo server is developed on the Arty board since it has an integrated ethernet connector as explained in
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Cem √únsalan, Ph.D.; Bora Tar, Ph.D.: Digital System Design with FPGA: Implementation Using Verilog and VHDL. Ethernet, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2017), AccessEngineering Export