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100Mbps communication

seenaseena Posts: 15Member
hi,
i have problem that i have embedded device which generates data at the rate of 50Mbps.
but main problems is that i need to store it in my computer for analysis.
so how can i achieve this.
can do it using serial port/parallel port
plz help me out.


Comments

  • surksurk Posts: 1Member
    Hi Seena,
    This is not a solution for your problem, rather a request to you to help me also. Could you please send a copy of a solution if you are getting one?
    Because I am also facing a similar problem, in which data rate is upto 30Mbps. I can tell you that fast serial communication is possible to tackle 50Mbps or more...
    my id is: surk_tvm@yahoo.com
    Hope you will help me...
    bye..



    : hi,
    : i have problem that i have embedded device which generates data at the rate of 50Mbps.
    : but main problems is that i need to store it in my computer for analysis.
    : so how can i achieve this.
    : can do it using serial port/parallel port
    : plz help me out.
    :
    :
    :

  • Mikael_SwedenMikael_Sweden Posts: 5Member
    The serial/parallell ports cannot handle 50Mbps. My best guess is that you have to use ethernet or - better - USB 2.0 or FireWire. The later is better because it's much easier to write a custom device driver (for Windows) to collect the data.

    /Mikael
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