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Networking and internetworking with microcontrollers [electronic resource] / by Fred Eady.

By: Eady, Fred.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Embedded technology series: Publisher: Amsterdam ; Boston : Newnes, 2004Description: 1 online resource (xvi, 353 p.) : ill.ISBN: 9780080470115 (electronic bk.); 0080470114 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Programmable controllers | Microprocessors | Computer networks | Internetworking (Telecommunication) | TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING -- AutomationGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Networking and internetworking with microcontrollers.DDC classification: 629.8/9 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Cover -- Contents -- Preface -- A Quick Look at the Microcontrollers -- Chapter 1: The Essence of Microcontroller Networking-RS-232 -- Some History -- RS-232 Standard Operating Procedure -- RS-232 Voltage Conversion Considerations -- Chapter 2: Implementing RS-232 with a Microcontroller -- Basic RS-232 Hardware -- Building a Simple Microcontroller RS-232 Transceiver -- RS-232 Interface Hardware -- A Microcontroller DCE Device -- Microchip's PICkit 1 FLASH Starter Kit -- Writing Some Simple RS-232 Firmware -- A Bit of RS-232 Transmit Code -- Some RS-232 Receive Code -- Chapter 3: Writing RS-232 Microcontroller Routines in BASIC -- BASIC RS-232 -- Chapter 4: Building Some RS-232 Communications Hardware -- A Few More BASIC RS-232 Instructions -- Chapter 5: Using Microcontroller USARTs -- Some Interrupt-Driven USART Code -- Applying What We Know about RS-232 to the Atmel AVR -- Coding the AVR RS-232 Routines -- Chapter 6: I2C ... The Other Serial Protocol -- Why use I�C? -- The I�C bus -- I�C ACKS and NAKS -- More on Arbitration and Clock Synchronization -- I�C Addressing -- Some I�C Firmware -- The AVR Master I�C Code -- The AVR I�C Master-Receiver Mode Code -- The PIC I�C Slave-Transmitter Mode Code -- The AVR-to-PIC I�C Communications Ball -- Chapter 7: Ethernet -- What is Ethernet? -- The CS8900A-CQ -- CS8900A-CQ Reset Overview -- CS8900A-CQ Media Interface Overview -- CS8900A-CQ Transmit Process Overview -- CS8900A-CQ Receive Process Overview -- CS8900A-CQ External Storage Overview -- CS8900A-CQ Status Indicators -- The CS8900A-CQ MAC Engine -- Easy Ethernet CS8900A Hardware -- The PIC16F877 Microcontroller -- The Microchip PIC18F452 -- The CS8900A-CQ Ethernet Engine -- Powering the CS8900A-CQ -- The CS8900A-CQ Ethernet Magnetics -- Designing in the Easy Ethernet CS8900A's PIC16F877 Microcontroller -- The ICSP (In-Circuit Serial Programming) Interface -- Developing the Easy Ethernet CS8900A Firmware -- Setting up the PIC16F877 Microcontroller -- Carving up the PIC16F877's Memory Resources -- Function Prototypes -- Defining the Variables -- The Easy Ethernet CS8900A Macros -- Defining the CS8900A-CQ PacketPage Register Set -- CS8900A-CQ Bus Interface Registers -- Product Identification Code -- CS8900A-CQ Status and Control Registers -- Did It Register? -- Chapter 8: Writing the CS8900A-CQ Firmware -- The First Step -- Reset the CS8900A-CQ -- Load the CS8900A-CQ Basic Parameters -- Load the CS8900A-CQ Individual Address Register Set -- Enable the CS8900A-CQ Transmitter and Receiver -- The Main Service Loop -- A Frame Under the Microscope -- The Art of ARP -- Chapter 9: PINGing the Easy Ethernet CS8900A -- Chapter 10: UDP and the Easy Ethernet CS8900A -- A UDP Internet Test Panel -- Chapter 11: TCP and the Easy Ethernet CS8900A -- The Physical Layer -- The Data Link Layer -- The Network Layer -- The Transport Layer -- The Application Layer -- Coding TCP/IP for the Easy Ethernet CS8900A -- Chapter 12: Let's Do It Again -- Easy Ethernet.
Summary: One-stop information source for embedded engineers to learn the theory and real-world application of creating embedded networking systems, with detailed fully functional design examples, schematics, and source code.
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Cover -- Contents -- Preface -- A Quick Look at the Microcontrollers -- Chapter 1: The Essence of Microcontroller Networking-RS-232 -- Some History -- RS-232 Standard Operating Procedure -- RS-232 Voltage Conversion Considerations -- Chapter 2: Implementing RS-232 with a Microcontroller -- Basic RS-232 Hardware -- Building a Simple Microcontroller RS-232 Transceiver -- RS-232 Interface Hardware -- A Microcontroller DCE Device -- Microchip's PICkit 1 FLASH Starter Kit -- Writing Some Simple RS-232 Firmware -- A Bit of RS-232 Transmit Code -- Some RS-232 Receive Code -- Chapter 3: Writing RS-232 Microcontroller Routines in BASIC -- BASIC RS-232 -- Chapter 4: Building Some RS-232 Communications Hardware -- A Few More BASIC RS-232 Instructions -- Chapter 5: Using Microcontroller USARTs -- Some Interrupt-Driven USART Code -- Applying What We Know about RS-232 to the Atmel AVR -- Coding the AVR RS-232 Routines -- Chapter 6: I2C ... The Other Serial Protocol -- Why use I�C? -- The I�C bus -- I�C ACKS and NAKS -- More on Arbitration and Clock Synchronization -- I�C Addressing -- Some I�C Firmware -- The AVR Master I�C Code -- The AVR I�C Master-Receiver Mode Code -- The PIC I�C Slave-Transmitter Mode Code -- The AVR-to-PIC I�C Communications Ball -- Chapter 7: Ethernet -- What is Ethernet? -- The CS8900A-CQ -- CS8900A-CQ Reset Overview -- CS8900A-CQ Media Interface Overview -- CS8900A-CQ Transmit Process Overview -- CS8900A-CQ Receive Process Overview -- CS8900A-CQ External Storage Overview -- CS8900A-CQ Status Indicators -- The CS8900A-CQ MAC Engine -- Easy Ethernet CS8900A Hardware -- The PIC16F877 Microcontroller -- The Microchip PIC18F452 -- The CS8900A-CQ Ethernet Engine -- Powering the CS8900A-CQ -- The CS8900A-CQ Ethernet Magnetics -- Designing in the Easy Ethernet CS8900A's PIC16F877 Microcontroller -- The ICSP (In-Circuit Serial Programming) Interface -- Developing the Easy Ethernet CS8900A Firmware -- Setting up the PIC16F877 Microcontroller -- Carving up the PIC16F877's Memory Resources -- Function Prototypes -- Defining the Variables -- The Easy Ethernet CS8900A Macros -- Defining the CS8900A-CQ PacketPage Register Set -- CS8900A-CQ Bus Interface Registers -- Product Identification Code -- CS8900A-CQ Status and Control Registers -- Did It Register? -- Chapter 8: Writing the CS8900A-CQ Firmware -- The First Step -- Reset the CS8900A-CQ -- Load the CS8900A-CQ Basic Parameters -- Load the CS8900A-CQ Individual Address Register Set -- Enable the CS8900A-CQ Transmitter and Receiver -- The Main Service Loop -- A Frame Under the Microscope -- The Art of ARP -- Chapter 9: PINGing the Easy Ethernet CS8900A -- Chapter 10: UDP and the Easy Ethernet CS8900A -- A UDP Internet Test Panel -- Chapter 11: TCP and the Easy Ethernet CS8900A -- The Physical Layer -- The Data Link Layer -- The Network Layer -- The Transport Layer -- The Application Layer -- Coding TCP/IP for the Easy Ethernet CS8900A -- Chapter 12: Let's Do It Again -- Easy Ethernet.

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One-stop information source for embedded engineers to learn the theory and real-world application of creating embedded networking systems, with detailed fully functional design examples, schematics, and source code.

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