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Networking and Internetworking with Microcontrollers.

By: Eady, Fred.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Burlington : Elsevier Science, 2014Description: 1 online resource (372 p.).ISBN: 9780080470115.Subject(s): Computer networks | Embedded computer systems | Internetworking (Telecommunication) | Microcontrollers | Programmable controllers | Programmable controllersGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Networking and Internetworking with MicrocontrollersDDC classification: 629.89 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover ; TOCContents; Preface; A Quick Look at the Microcontrollers; CHChapter 1: The Essence of Microcontroller Networking-RS-232; Some History; RS-232 Standard Operating Procedure; RS-232 Voltage Conversion Considerations; CHChapter 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
CHChapter 3: Writing RS-232 Microcontroller Routines in BASICBASIC RS-232; CHChapter 4: Building Some RS-232 Communications Hardware; A Few More BASIC RS-232 Instructions ; CHChapter 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; CHChapter 6: I2C…The Other Serial Protocol; Why use I²C?; The I²C bus; I²C ACKS and NAKS; More on Arbitration and Clock Synchronization; I²C Addressing; Some I²C Firmware; The AVR Master I²C Code; The AVR I²C Master-Receiver Mode Code
The PIC I²C Slave-Transmitter Mode CodeThe AVR-to-PIC I²C Communications Ball; CHChapter 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 MicrocontrollerThe 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?; CHChapter 8: Writing the CS8900A-CQ Firmware; The First Step; Reset the CS8900A-CQ
Load the CS8900A-CQ Basic ParametersLoad 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; CHChapter 9: PINGing the Easy Ethernet CS8900A; CHChapter 10: UDP and the Easy Ethernet CS8900A; A UDP Internet Test Panel; CHChapter 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; CHChapter 12: Let's Do It Again
Easy Ethernet Whacked??? What the…?
Summary: Sophisticated networking and communications capabilities that were previously the sole domain of mainframes, PCs, and workstations are now becoming mandatory in the realm of smaller embedded microcontrollers. However, documentation, standards, and design information is scattered among many sources and is difficult to find. <br><br>In this practical book, popular columnist and embedded designer Fred Eady is your guide and advisor. He pulls together all the necessary design background and details and shows you how to use today's affordable microcontrollers for powerful communications and network
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Cover ; TOCContents; Preface; A Quick Look at the Microcontrollers; CHChapter 1: The Essence of Microcontroller Networking-RS-232; Some History; RS-232 Standard Operating Procedure; RS-232 Voltage Conversion Considerations; CHChapter 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

CHChapter 3: Writing RS-232 Microcontroller Routines in BASICBASIC RS-232; CHChapter 4: Building Some RS-232 Communications Hardware; A Few More BASIC RS-232 Instructions ; CHChapter 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; CHChapter 6: I2C…The Other Serial Protocol; Why use I²C?; The I²C bus; I²C ACKS and NAKS; More on Arbitration and Clock Synchronization; I²C Addressing; Some I²C Firmware; The AVR Master I²C Code; The AVR I²C Master-Receiver Mode Code

The PIC I²C Slave-Transmitter Mode CodeThe AVR-to-PIC I²C Communications Ball; CHChapter 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 MicrocontrollerThe 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?; CHChapter 8: Writing the CS8900A-CQ Firmware; The First Step; Reset the CS8900A-CQ

Load the CS8900A-CQ Basic ParametersLoad 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; CHChapter 9: PINGing the Easy Ethernet CS8900A; CHChapter 10: UDP and the Easy Ethernet CS8900A; A UDP Internet Test Panel; CHChapter 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; CHChapter 12: Let's Do It Again

Easy Ethernet Whacked??? What the…?

Sophisticated networking and communications capabilities that were previously the sole domain of mainframes, PCs, and workstations are now becoming mandatory in the realm of smaller embedded microcontrollers. However, documentation, standards, and design information is scattered among many sources and is difficult to find. <br><br>In this practical book, popular columnist and embedded designer Fred Eady is your guide and advisor. He pulls together all the necessary design background and details and shows you how to use today's affordable microcontrollers for powerful communications and network

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