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Ethernet Relay board

Wednesday, June 27th, 2018

Boris Landoni from Open Electronics writes about a new open source project Ethernet Relay board: The project we are introducing in this article wants on to take on that task by creating, through dedicated connections, the possibility to remotely control your entrance gate, your fish tank, the garden lights, the...

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Xerox Alto’s 3 Mb/s Ethernet: Building a gateway with a BeagleBone

Monday, January 22nd, 2018

Ken Shirriff documented his experience building a gateway using the BeagleBone single-board computer to communicate with the Alto's Ethernet we covered previously: I decided to build a gateway that would allow the Alto to communicate with a modern system. The gateway would communicate with the Alto using its obsolete 3Mb/s Ethernet,...

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Configure your WR703n with a switch (or two)

Saturday, November 22nd, 2014

Martin Melchior has been experimenting with switch-selectable configurations for a TP-Link TL-WR703n router. The setup allows for quick changes in configuration dictated by changes in location or circumstances. It allows the router's use as a Ethernet to WiFi bridge (Access point), since it's handy to have your own WiFi at...

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SDWebServer – enc28J60 and Arduino

Thursday, November 6th, 2014

Luca Dentella has informed us of his latest project using an ethernet shield based on the ENC28j60 driver from Microchip. SDWebServer is a complete webserver that can retrieve static elements from an SD card (including a user-defined default webpage) and can also create dynamic pages. This is the latest post...

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The EthNode – ATMega based Ethernet board

Friday, April 5th, 2013

Mark McKillen shared his EthNode – ATMega based Ethernet board in the forum: Taking inspiration from the good folks at Nanode and an Instructable I saw recently, I’ve come up with “another” AVR based Ethernet board that can be programmed and used like an Arduino. It’s a simple design based on...

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App note: Ethernet theory of operation

Sunday, October 7th, 2012

Here is an app note from Microchip describing the basics of Ethernet. It is intended as a reference for people developing Ethernet applications on PIC microcontrollers. Seeing as it's theoretical, most of the article can be applied to other microcontrollers as well. This document specifies the theory and operation of...

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Internet Protocol v6 running on MSP430 with ENC28J60

Monday, September 3rd, 2012

[embed]http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=IHRwiBdNwZQ[/embed] XPG is developing an IPv6 stack for the MSP430 microcontrollers using the ENC28J60 Ethernet IC for MAC/PHY. He demonstrates his proof-of-concept by having the MSP430 send HTTP requests to a custom PHP server at a push of a button, as seen in the video above. Now, as the 2553...

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Eagle Parts: TPS6120x DC/DC converter and KSZ8851SN Ethernet controller in a QFN packages

Tuesday, July 31st, 2012

Today we added two relatively hard-to-solder parts to our library. Both come in QFN lead-less packages. First is the Texas Instrument's TPS6120x DC/DC converter (pictured above)  with an integrated switch. The second is the Micrel KSZ8851SN embedded Ethernet controller (pictured below). (more…)

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EzPSoC3 Ethernet adapter

Friday, July 13th, 2012

Kmmankad designed and built an Ethernet adapter for his EzPSoC3 Cypress PSoC3 development board. It features the Ethernet to serial IC ENC28J60 and an open source stack he has written, that is available at github. Via the forum.

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XRF 863.8 MHz radio to Ethernet Bridge

Monday, December 26th, 2011

Jobytaffey is designing an Ethernet to radio bridge. This prototype uses an ENC28J60 for ethernet, and an XRF radio module. The XRF module is a UART-controlled 863.8 MHz transceiver with 250 Kbps transfer rates. Via Flickr.

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HanRun RJ45 ethernet connector for the Web Platform

Wednesday, October 26th, 2011

The HanRun HR911105A RJ45 ethernet connector used by the Web Platform and Linux development board is cheap in China, but hard to find at your local distributor. Nexus found them at ITead for $3 a piece. Via the contact form.

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Editorial: Our friend Microchip and open source

Tuesday, August 30th, 2011

Microchip jumped into open source last spring with the chipKIT Arduino-compatible development boards and open compiler/IDE. They wanted to tap the existing tutorials, enthusiasm, and customer base of Arduino community, and they were going to play nice with open source. A review of the chipKIT situation today is disappointing. The...

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How to build still another passive ethernet tap

Sunday, August 28th, 2011

firestorm_v1 from yourwarrantyisvoid has published this detailed tutorial on building and using a passive ethernet tap. His goal in this project is to facilitate network monitoring for intrusion detection purposes, and wanted hardware which will allow the monitoring for traffic without degrading performance.

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Passive ethernet tap spies on network connection

Tuesday, August 23rd, 2011

tempmj built a passive ethernet tap for monitoring and debugging network connections: I basically took 4 Panduit brand modular ethernet jacks and wired between two of them normally, other than the fact that the TX pairs from "Side A" looped through an extra jack and the TX pairs from "Side...

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Arduino Ethernet + SD card tutorial

Tuesday, June 21st, 2011

Ladyada has posted this detailed tutorial over at Adafruit on using Ethernet and SD card with Arduino. It describes how to use the Arduino to browse files on an SD card remotely. This tutorial is targeted at those who already have quite a bit of Arduino or microcontroller experience and...

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Posted in Arduino, how-to | 3 Comments »

PROTOTYPE: Ethernet LED driver

Wednesday, February 2nd, 2011

We're releasing a stalled or abandoned prototype every few days while Seeed Studio is on break. We put a lot of work into these projects, but they're still missing major components and testing. If an abandoned project sparks your interest, we may have PCBs to get you started. The goal...

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Posted in LEDs, Prototypes, web platforms | 6 Comments »

PROTOTYPE: Ethernet JTAG debugger for OpenOCD

Tuesday, February 1st, 2011

We're releasing a stalled or abandoned prototype every few days while Seeed Studio is on break. We put a lot of work into these projects, but they're still missing major components and testing. If an abandoned project sparks your interest, we may have PCBs to get you started. The goal...

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Rough draft: 48 channel networked LED controller

Monday, December 28th, 2009

Here's a new project we'd like to develop openly, like the recent logic analyzer board . This rough sketch shows a 48 channel LED controller with an ethernet interface. Our primary goals are: 48 channels of 10bit PWM LED control Ethernet interface Up to 120mA of LEDs per channel The...

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