Hi,guys!I want use the TSE MAC to transceive a raw ethernet frame,which is built manually.According to the IEEE standard the frames must be separated by an interpacket gap.So, I wonder whether the MAC can complete the interpacket gap automatically or not?I'm looking forward your reply eagerly!!
I use TSE MAC (and also different MACs on other systems) in a similar way by I never worried about interpacket gap.I suppose the MAC itself handles it. You only need to take care that the frame is correctly built and pad it with zeros if too short: if I remember correctly it must be at least 64 bytes long. Cris