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AM79C983A Datasheet PDF

Advanced Micro Devices
Part Number AM79C983A
Manufacturer Advanced Micro Devices
Title Integrated Multiport Repeater-2
Description The Am79C983A Integrated Multiport Repeater 2 (IMR2) chip is a VLSI integrated circuit that provides a system-level solution to designing intellig...
Features groups of the RMON MIB (IETF RFC1757) n Packet Report Port to provide packet information for deriving objects in the Host, HostTopN, and Matrix groups of the RMON MIB (IETF RFC1578) n Two user-selectable expansion bus modes: IMR/IMR+ compatible mode and asynchronous mode n Simple 8-bit microprocess...

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