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UDP bootloader for Atmega328p + ENC28J60

Posted on Tuesday, November 26th, 2013 in dev boards by DP

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Kehribar writes, “I’ve recently published my “UDP bootloader for Atmega328p + ENC28J60” project.  Hardware development is done on my “Embedded ethernet gateway” project.  You can find the blog post about this project from here

Via the forum.

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2 Responses to “UDP bootloader for Atmega328p + ENC28J60”

  1. misha says:

    BOOTP and TFTP have been invented for similar purpose many years ago. I also would say that STM32F100CBT6B (or other low cost ARM uC) is more appropriate and cheaper (according to DigiKey.com) option for this project.

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