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Microchip’s VSC8540/41 Gigabit Ethernet PHY RMII / RGMII Transceiver

Microchip Technology has announced its new VSC8540/41 Gigabit Ethernet PHY RMII / RGMII Transceiver – a Commercial-Off-The-Shelf (COTS)-based device upgraded for avionics and military applications.

MicrochipAs COTS-based technology, Microchip’s Ethernet PHY RMII / RGMII transceiver allows system designers to begin implementation with COTS devices before moving to military-grade components, reducing significant development time and cost.

Microchip’s RMII / RGMII transceiver is the latest high-reliability solution designed for extreme environments, building on the company’s aerospace, and defense and space product portfolio. The device complements the company’s extended-temperature product offering that includes the following qualified devices:

  • 8-bit AVR microcontrollers with embedded ADC/DAC, Controller Area Network (CAN) and motor control interfaces
  • 16-bit dsPIC digital signal controller for digital power management
  • 32-bit ARM microcontroller with memory protection mechanisms and 100 Mbit Ethernet connectivity
  • 200 Mega samples Per Second (Msps) standalone 16-bit ADC

While continuing to introduce innovations including those based on COTS technology, Microchip teams with system manufacturers and integrators on obsolescence management, supporting customers’ efforts to minimize redesign work and lengthen life cycles, thereby reducing overall system costs.

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