Austin, TX – Abracon, LLC (Abracon), a leading global manufacturer of passive & electromechanical timing, synchronization, power, connectivity and RF solutions, announces availability of the Ethernet LAN PHY Guide matching some of the industry’s more popular Ethernet physical layer IC’s with Abracon’s best choice of local area networking (LAN) magnetics in the ALAN series of products. The PHY Guide features LAN magnetics with standard, PoE and PoE+ capabilities, matching them to the industries top ICs from manufacturers such as Broadcom, Inphi Corporation, NXP, Infineon, Marvell, Maxim, Microchip, Qualcomm, Realtek and Texas Instruments.

“Hardware designers can rely on Abracon’s PHY Guide to select the optimal LAN magnetics,” says Juan Conchas, Director of Marketing. “Ethernet has one of the most important and widely used connectivity standards. With a wide range of products available from Abracon, this guide is exactly what engineers need to make the right decision.”

The Abracon Ethernet LAN PHY Guide is available now at:

ALAN series products are available through Abracon’s global distribution network.

The RJ45 Solutions Guide for use in standard and industrial applications can be found here:

About Abracon, LLC
Founded in 1992, and headquartered in Spicewood, Texas, Abracon is a leading global manufacturer of passive and electromechanical timing, synchronization, power, connectivity and RF solutions. Abracon offers a wide selection of quartz timing crystals and oscillators, MEMS oscillators, real time clocks (RTC), Bluetooth modules, ceramic resonators, SAW filters and resonators, power and RF inductors, transformers, circuit protection components and RF antennas and wireless charging coils. The company is ISO9001-2015 certified with design & application engineering resources in Texas and sales offices in Texas, California, China, Taiwan, Singapore, Scotland, Israel, Hungary, UK, and Germany. Abracon’s products are offered through its global distribution network. For more information about Abracon, visit

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