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LAN9252: how to generate stimulus signal for 100BASE-TX compliance test

Hello everyone, 
 
How to control the PHYs in LAN9252 to generate stimulus signal for ethernet 100BASE-TX compliance test?
 
I didn't find out out which register is in charge of generating stimulus signal.I contacted with my local Microchip service, but no help.
 
If the PHYs of LAN9252 don't have such control register, do I have to use a link-partner in this test? Then by using which method can I generate the required signal as much as possible and as continuous as possible?  Does Microchip have any applicaion notes or guidances for LAN9252 on ethernet compliance test? Thanks you very much.
 
Best regards,
 
Lentz L.
post edited by Alibaba - 2019/08/22 19:31:23
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    Re: LAN9252: how to generate stimulus signal for 100BASE-TX compliance test 2019/08/22 19:37:16 (permalink)
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    Re: LAN9252: how to generate stimulus signal for 100BASE-TX compliance test 2019/08/25 17:23:49 (permalink)
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    (When I said "add more info" in your other topic, I meant to add an extra post. That would bump the topic up to the top of the list. Editing the first post doesn't do that. Me adding this note will do it for you.)


    Thank you for your help, Ric. (Haven't been familar with english forum terms.Smile: Smile)
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