More and more road vehicles now have on-board connectivity, equipping them with internet and cellular access, and allowing information to be shared among on-board systems and devices and with external systems and services. On top of this, low latency communications are essential for advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and autonomous driving technologies. These developments all require more complex automotive communication systems supported by reliable transmission standards with real-time data delivery. The Ethernet TSN standard was developed expressly to meet these needs.
TC956x Series, that are an Ethernet bridge IC for an next generation of in the car network system, are the products
which supports Ethernet AVB/TSN to be performed the high speed and synchronous network system for Automotive.
|Package||PLFBGA170 (0.65)||PLFBGA120 (0.65)|
|Applications||Ethernet AVB/TSN Bridge Solution For Automotive Applications|
|Functions and Features||Host (External application) I/F||PCIe I/F [Gen2.0 (5 GT/s), Gen1.0 (2.5 GT/s), Endpoint, Single lane]||○||-||○||○||○|
|HSIC I/F (480 Mbps)||-||○||-||-||-|
|Automotive I/F||Ethernet AVB [IEEE802.1AS, IEEE802.1Qav]MAC||○|
|Ethernet TSN [IEEE802.1Qbv, IEEE802.1Qbu, IEEE802.3br]MAC||-||-||-||-||○|
|The interface is selectable from RGMII, RMII and MII||○||○||○||-|
|The interface is selectable from SGMII, RGMII, RMII and MII||-||-||-||○||○|
|Peripheral I/F||I2C/SPI, Quad-SPI, UART, GPIO, INTC||○|
|Supply Voltage (V)||1.8/3.3 for IO, 1.2 for HSIC,
1.8/2.5/3.3 for RGMII/RMII/MII, 1.1 for Core
|1.8/3.3 for IO, 1.8 for SGMII, 1.8/2.5/3.3 for
RGMII/RMII/MII, 1.1 for Core
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