If this is some kind of local run, and less than a couple thousand feet, I’d suggest RS On Mon, at Introduction to Microcontrollers Mike Silva. The first thing you need to do is decide what protocols you wish to communicate with, then you can build up a list of the required protocols you need installed, it will be quite a bit larger. The USB connection is a bitch if you, like me! I do know about jcwren and the chinese? Since my kit also has Ethernet on board and additionally I am very interested in learning about Ethernet so that is the reason why I am checking on the basics..
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Sign in Sign in Remember me Forgot username or password? Well, Martin, my present concern is as a hobby project but I have an idea to commercialize it if things work out well.
Introduction to Microcontrollers Mike Ethernef. Since my kit also has Ethernet on board and additionally I am very interested in learning about Ethernet so that is the reason why I am checking on the basics.
I have actually developed a temperature controller. Enet will work, but you will have to learn the interface, structure, and terminology.
lpc | LPC – Ethernet
Also Phil, Please advise me some other mode of communication e. Arduino Robotics Lonnie Honeycutt. On Mon, at Create free account Forgot password? I spend the whole weekend trying to figure it out, got it working thanks to an app note from NXP for the lpcxpresso lpc I am using.
Thank u all for your help and support. Previous 1 2 3 Next. So my etherne is: Protecting the IoT with Invisible Keys. I would start with the CAN bus out of the two you mentioned.
LPC2378 – Ethernet
The first thing you need to do is decide what protocols you wish to communicate with, then you can build up a list of the required protocols you need installed, it will be quite a bit larger. Yes, xiafan rings a bell: However, pls drop me yr personal email id for any commercial requirements No way around that.
I really appreciate all your valuable guidance to a beginner like myself.
The data needs to be transmitted over to a remote place. Thanks so much Phil for your constant support and guidance.
MCB USING LPC ETHERNET MEMORY AS RAM
On Mon, Mar 19, at Still have to get data from one end to the other end and I’m looking for information. Chronological Newest First Hello all But for a very basic Enet system requiring only low performance, you can get Enet software setup at a very basic level.
Since i am entirely new to communication so i request all the pros to pls suggest me some sources online books, articles, links etc. The USB connection is a bitch if you, like me! For example are you planning on using it on a private network with static IP address, or do you need it to have a DHCP client to get an IP address at startup. However, I shall contact you again on this forum when I need your guidance.
You can use RS equally well. USB over large distance is a non-starter.
However, as advised by you, I am searching for some forums and also some books and online material to give me an idea to begin with. I suggest learning about Networking from a more general forum first, decide etherner protocols you need to implement, and then it’s more appropriate to ask on the LPC forum about specifics of implementing them.