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LAN tester
posted May 21 2010 18:57.20

Vasilios Stergiopoulos made a LAN tester circuit that can save you when it comes to network cabling. The circuit is simple and can be made with 2 different ways, either using some IC's or an AVR, it can check the type of LAN cables (straight or cross) as well as possible faults. For long cables there is also a remote unit to ease things. Details and schematics can be found here.

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Tags: electronic project   diy   tools   ethernet   

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