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Old 04-21-2006, 11:17 AM
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Default is Rocket io complaient with IEEE 802.3ae standard

I am trying to connect rocket io with yet another ASIC, which send out
data that are compliant with IEEE 802.3ae standard.
But my effort has failed. When I debugging my design, I found that
rocket IO core pop up an TXKERR error, when I input the standard idle K
character 07 into it.
So I read appendix B of ug024.pdf, and found that 07 is not a valid K
character for rocket io.
So how should I deal with this?

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