Complete UDP/IP Hardware Stack
- 10/100/1000 and 10G Ethernet
- IPv4 support without packet fragmentation
- Jumbo and Super Jumbo Frames
- Transmit and Receive
- ARP with Cache
- ICMP (Ping Reply)
- IGMP v3 (Multicast)
- UDP/IP Unicast, and Multicast
- UDP Port Filtering
- UDP/IP Checksums generation and validation, and optional Ethernet CRC validation
- VLAN (IEEE 802.1Q) support
- Up to four UDP channels
- Ethernet Framing processing for non-UDP user-provided packets
- DHCP client
Trouble-Free Network Operation
- Run time programmable network parameters:
- Local, Destination and Gateway IP address
- Source and Destination UDP ports
- MAC address
- ARP support for operation in networks with Dynamic IP allocation
Easy SoC Integration
- Flexible packet data interface:
- Configurable 32- or 64-bit streaming capable using Avalon-ST or AXI4-Stream, or
- Optional 32- or 64-bit AHB, AXI, Avalon-MM or Wishbone SoC buses
- Control/Status interface with optional 32-bit AHB, AXI, Avalon-MM or Wishbone SoC buses
- Separate clock domains for packet processing and control/data interfaces
- Configurable buffer sizes
- Rich interrupt support for system events
- Available pre-integrated with:
- CAST, Altera, Xilinx, or other third-party 1G and 10G eMAC cores
- CAST Image and Video compression cores
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- UDPIP-40G 40G UDP/IP Hardware Protocol Stack
Get SoC development and performance benefits by combining this UDP/IP-1G/10G Stack Core with any of these additional CAST cores:
- EMAC-1G: Gigabit Ethernet Media Access Controller Core
- H2642RTP: Hardware RTP stack for H.264
- MTS-E: MPEG Transport Stream Multiplexing & Encapsulation Engine
- Image and Video Compression IP cores: H.264/AVC video, JPEG 2000, MPEG2, JPEG, and more.
Contact CAST Sales to discuss how our IP integration services can save you even more time with any of these multi-core combinations.
UDPIP-1G/10G UDP/IP Hardware Protocol Stack
Implements a UDP/IP hardware protocol stack that enables high-speed communication over a LAN or a point-to-point connection. Designed for standalone operation, the core is ideal for offloading the host processor from the demanding task of UDP/IP encapsulation and enables media streaming with speeds up to 10Gbps even in processor-less SoC designs.
Trouble-free network operation is ensured through run-time programmability of all the required network parameters (local, destination and gateway IP addresses; UDP ports; and MAC address). The core implements the Address Resolution Protocol (ARP), which is critical for multiple access networks, and the Echo Request and Reply Messages (“ping”) of the Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) widely used to test network connectivity. It can use a static IP address or automatically request and acquire an IP address from a Dynamic Host Configuration Server (DHCP) server. Furthermore, the core supports 801.1Q tagging, and is suitable for operation in a Virtual LAN.
The core is easy to integrate in systems with or without a host processor. Packet data can be read/written to the core via dedicated streaming-capable interfaces, or optionally via registers mapped on an SoC bus. The AMBA® AXI4-stream or the Avalon®-ST streaming protocols and the AMBA AHB and AXI, Avalon-MM, or Wishbone SoC bus protocols are supported. The core is Ethernet MAC-independent, but is available pre-integrated with a CAST, Altera, Xilinx, or other third-party eMAC core.
See representative implementation results (each in a new pop-up window):
Video, image and audio streaming or broadcasting over Ethernet, in devices such as IP cameras compatible to the GigE Vision, ONVIF, or PSIA standards, VOIP and smart phones. Also high-frequency trading systems, high-speed communication between LAN nodes, device monitoring, and control over IP networks.
The core as delivered is warranted against defects for ninety days from purchase. Thirty days of phone and email technical support are included, starting with the first interaction. Additional maintenance and support options are available.
The core is available in synthesizable RTL and FPGA netlist forms, and includes everything required for successful implementation, including a sophisticated self-checking testbench, simulation scripts, test vectors, and expected results, synthesis scripts and comprehensive user documentation.