> You can also visit www.homepna.com where you can read product reviews. The
> interesting thing for ucsimm development is the hpna chip they use, the AMD
> PC-net Home chip, which already have linux support.
Thanks. I assume you mean the Am79C901 HomePHY chip:
It's a 3.3v part in a 68-pin PLCC or 80-pin TQFP package and it appears
to support SPI.
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