How critical are parameters like trace length matching, differential impedance, vias, etc. when designing a 10BASE-T only application? I know that due to the reduced frequency, there is a larger margin for error than for higher data rates, but there must be good-practice maximums and minimums.
For example, in a two-layer PCB that I am designing, I have the following parameters:
- TX+ length: 25.946mm
- TX- length: 26.764mm
- RX+ length: 26.420mm
- RX- length: 27.769mm
- Differential impedance: 123ohm
- Odd impedance: 61.7ohm
The 8P8C connector has integrated magnetics and the MAC/PHY is the ENC28J60. Sorry about the messy labels.