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TCP/IP and uIP related links & projects
Open Source Software and Hardware Project for Embedded Ethernet Applications.
ATmega103 + RAM 32kB & RTL8019AS in address space. The documented board is well suited for a wide range of Internet enabled applications. It is ready to be plugged into a 10BaseT Ethernet network.
- Ethernut.de is the official Ethernut Homepage.
- egnite Software GmbH developed the Ethernut Reference Design and offers commercial support.
- JDRichards Inc. provides an add-on board for Ethernut with digital I/O
- VR3 Pocket Ethernet Ethernet add-on for the Agenda VR3 Linux PDA based on the Ethernut.
- optiCompo electronics runs an Online Shop, where they offer bare boards, hard-to-get parts and assembled and tested Ethernuts.
- Embedded Ethernet board
Connect embedded microcontrollers and microprocessors to 10baseT Ethernet board with CS8900A. Schematic, board design, parts-list, and sample code for major microcontrollers are documented within these pages. Example code and application notes are available that shows how to implement TCP/IP functionallity using the popular Atmel AT90S8515 and ATmega103 microcontrollers as well as PIC16C74. The board can be interfaced to any processor that has the required 16 pin port capacity.
- Wiresncode Embedded Ethernet Interface
This project is a small component count, generic 8 bit 10base-T Ethernet interface targeted at either an hc11 or an 8051 system. The software includes a partial IP stack with support for UDP. The hardware been interfaced as examples to both hc11 and 8051 systems.All software is provided under the GPL - Commercial use is therefore permitted.
The HW is the external board, connected to CPU board, typically Cygnal C8051F005 development kit.
- 8052.com - 8390 Ethernet Tutorial
This tutorial explains how to get a National Semiconductor 8390 compatible ethernet chip Network Interface Card (NIC), connected to an Intel 8031/32 compatible device for communications around a Local Area Network (LAN). Many NICs emulate or use an 8390 chip. Some examples are RTL8019, NEx000 cards. If you can use the network card in a PC using a NEx000 driver, then it should work. NICs based on other chipsets are not supported yet, but may be implemented at a later date.
- EDTP ELECTRONICS
Easy Ethernet with the CS8900 and RTL8019 kits with AVR and x51 CPU.
Open Source TCP/IP Stacks
- uC/IP (pronounced mew-kip)
Project to develop free TCP/IP/PPP stack for uC/OS. The code is based on BSD code and carries the BSD licence. By Guy Lancaster. - http://ucip.sourceforge.net
A Free Small TCP/IP Implementation for 8- and 16-bit Microcontrollers.A lot of ports of uIP for 8051, Zilog, Lego's etc.. - www.dunkels.com/adam/uip/
- 8051WEB Fajun Chen's Homepage : uIP Porting to 8051 - http://ucsu.colorado.edu/~chenf/
Group project for the development of GPL'd ethernet communication libraries for Atmel AVR microcontrollers. HW is ISA card conected to AVR AT90S8515 CPU. - www.openh.org/projects/eavr
Aims to provide a reliable, high performance, environment for embedded application development. It's a complete new design by Dave Hudson. Unfortunately this interesting project has come to a halt, but the latest release, dated 10/18/2000, is still available for download. By the way: Liquorice provided the base of Nut/OS. - liquorice.sourceforge.net
A Lightweight TCP/IP Stack. The focus of the lwIP TCP/IP implementation is to reduce the RAM usage while still having a full scale TCP. This makes lwIP suitable for use in embedded systems with tenths of kilobytes of free RAM and room for around 40 kilobytes of code ROM. - www.sics.se/~adam/lwip/
General TCP Links
- W. Richard Stevens' Home Page - Author of TCP/IP Illustrated - www.kohala.com
- TinyTCP by Geof Cooper - http://homepages.go.com/~guylancaster/tinytcp.zip
- Embedded Ethernet Notes by Werner Cornelius - Implementation notes and Docs for an Ethernet solution usable for embedded systems using the RTL8019(AS) chip. (a lot of docs, source of SW driver etc..)
- Ethereal protocol analyser - free network protocol analyzer for Unix and Windows.
- SDCC - Freeware , retargettable, optimizing ANSI - C compiler.
- ePanorama.net - very good EE projects link database.
- www.atmel.com - Atmel Corporate web site containing data sheets, eratta, and application notes for all Atmel products including the AVR line of MCUs.
- www.avrfreaks.net - Atmel AVR Users site - Called AVRfreaks. It contains different message forums for asking/answering AVR-MCU, C, and general questions. Contains information/links to all AVR parts, different development tools, 3rd party compilers, user projects. This site is monitored by Atmel AVR FAEs, and the compiler writers, so it is a good place to ask very technical questions. This site is an EXCELLENT resource!
- A PIC Web Server - PIC16F877 + ISA card. Implemented Protocols: ARP, IP, ICMP, TCP, HTTP. - http://members.vol.at/home.floery/electronix/picnic/
Specially HW projects
- iReady.org has a project homepage for the IMM and a developers fourm to help you get started using iReady technology. A lot of the derivate projects. - www.iready.org
- Micro Serveur Web - Module with SC410 (486 compatible CPU) in French - www.prov-liege.be/telecom/microweb/
Tiny Web Server Links
- WebACE - Web server by fwhite - Based on Fairchild ACE1101MT8 microcontroller. The webACE server implements a special-purpose TCP/IP stack, with a number of restrictions, but which suffices for serving small web pages. It connects to the Internet via a standard SLIP link. - http://d116.com/ace/
- WWWpic2 - A PIC based web server in a Microchip PIC 16F84 at Vincent and Rebecca Sanders' website - http://kyllikki.fluff.org/hardware/wwwpic2/
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