Microprocessor For Internet And Ethernet Connectivity

Oct. 6, 2005
RCM3750 RabbitCore module includes a Rabbit 3000 micro-processor running at 22.1 MHz, 10/100Base-T connectivity, 512k of Flash and 512k SRAM, 1 Mbyte of serial Flash, four serial ports, and 33 digital I/O.

It mounts directly on a user-designed motherboard with a single 0.1-in. (2.54-mm) 2 20 dual-row IDC header and can interface with CMOS-compatible digital devices. A built-in low clock spectrum spreader minimizes EMI, helping OEMs pass European CE and other regulatory RF tests.

Rabbit Semiconductor, 2900 Spafford St., Davis, CA 95616, (530) 757-8400, rabbitsemi conductor.com

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