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Date: Monday, November 30, 2009 - 1:10 pm

Subject: Re: [LAU] [LAD] FOSS Ethernet Soundcard
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Comments: In-reply-to Ken Restivo
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yes, if possible, but not one of my major goals
a 200MHz processor (as in my project) cannot possible drive a
gigabit ethernet, if someone has a better choise of processor, please
speak up

> So, if I were going to put the goal simply:

Can you summarize theese in more technical terms.

> In terms of how many I/O, I think that was still being calculated


To be honest with you all, for me, this is not about to compete with
products on the market or to sale and market a product.

This is to do something, hopefully; together with (hopefully) other
fellow hw and sw hackers. To make it so, I'd like the construction to
be sufficiently simply so that a large enought share of hw hackers
can make the thing themself. In technical terms, I'll restrict myself
to double layer pcb's and non-BGA chips. That does not mean that the
design or the specification has to be of low quality.

Low price would be nice but is not a goal at this point.


Karl Hammar Asp

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