Ethernet Encoding schemes

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Hi All,

I want some guidence for encoding schemes used in ethernet

I know that for gigabit ethernet mostly the 8b10b encoding scheme is
used
and also I have heard about 64b/66b scheme.

which one is actually used....?

If I need to send my data on ethernet which one I should use and while
receiving any data, is there any method for detecting that the
receiving data is coded in which scheme...?

Thanks & Regards
Kedar


Re: Ethernet Encoding schemes
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For Gigabit ethernet, two encodings are used
for 1000Base-x , 8b10b ;and
for 1000Base-T , 4D PAM5.

64b/66b is used for 10G. Not for 1G.
Regards.
JOSE

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