We're considering using the i210 in a new design, but would like to evaluate it first. Is there somewhere we can buy a board to which we can also get a schematic (such as the Intel reference design schematic for the i210)? We specifically would like to evaluate IEEE-1588 operation and using the SDPs for bit banging.
Thank you for contacting the Intel Embedded Community.
The http://www.intel.com/content/dam/www/public/us/en/documents/schematic/i210-is-reference-design-schematic.pdf I-210 AS/IS Reference Design Schematics andhttp://www.intel.com/content/dam/www/public/us/en/documents/schematic/i210-at-i211-at-1g-base-t-reference-design-schematic.pdf I-210 & I-211 AT Reference Design Schematics may help you.
On the other hand, in order to help you with your request of a Customer Reference Board, please address it to the channels stated at the http://click.intel.com/edc/customer-service EDC Customer Service website.
We hope that this information may help you.
Hello Carlos A,
Thanks for the reply. I was aware of, and have a copy of the schematics. I didn't see anything at the EDC Customer Website for I210 reference designs. Did I miss something? Can you be more specific? Thanks!
We suggest you contact them because they could give you options of Customer Reference Boards (CRBs) that have the I-210 implementation, which may help you.
We hope that you understand our previous communication with this explanation.