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Subject: Re: High-speed components/design
Date: Thu, 12 Dec 2002 16:12:10 -0000
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you must live a sheltered life :), 10ns is quite slow these days..
i have transistors that can deal with picoseconds and use comparators that
work to over a GHz.
do a search on google.. for "high speed comparators" and/or "high speed
transistors" or similar.
now gigabit ethernet is more interesting :)
"top posted for extra flavour"
"Rob Bowmaker" wrote in message
> What kind of components do 100 megabit/second ethernet cards use? If they
> 100 megabits/second, that would mean that a response time of at most 10ns
> would be required -- most components I've seen come anywhere near that!?
> I'm especially interested in transistors and/or comparators that can deal
> with such quick responses.
> Thanks in advance,
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