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users a platform to meet with each other, exchange experience, and
maintain contact with the developers. Prefered language is English.
egnite Software GmbH
developed the Ethernut Reference Design and offers commercial support. You can buy the
Ethernut Starter Kit from them.
offers a wide range of embedded systems. This company is also the official
distributor of Ethernut boards in Czechoslovakia.
developed the ICC-AVR compiler and is the official US distributor of the
Ethernut Starter Kit, located in Palo Alto, CA.
distributes the Ethernut Starter Kit in Australia.
contributed the Ethernut PPP stack. The company designs, develops and
implements remote monitoring solutions that allow customers to transfer
data over the Cellular/Mobile Phone networks.
offers a variety of products and services related to the automation of laboratory
process based on the Ethernut Board. They are located in Scottsdale, AZ.
offers an advanced system for CD record shops, which is based on
the Ethernut design.
provides an add-on board for Ethernut with digital I/O.
uses Ethernut as an evaluation platform for InfraBed. InfraBed is a family of
highly configurable software components for small resource-constraint embedded
presents Medianut, a MP3 Add-On for Ethernut. This site is also hosted
by egnite Software GmbH.
Fischer Leiterplatten GmbH produces the Ethernut PCBs. Yes, the red
board on the pile is the Ethernut. How weird our board ideas may
grow, this company helped us to get it done in time.
DCE Computer Service GmbH is doing the stuffing and soldering. Visit
their site and see Ethernut 1.3 surfing on the solder wave. Mr. Dellert,
who runs the company, helps a lot to refine the board layout. If you
ever need something very special in BGA design, he is the expert to ask.
is the producer of those great ATmega Microcontrollers.
ATmega128 data sheet
VLSI Solution Oy
designed the innovative VS1001K MP3 decoder.
VS1001K data sheet
Realtek Semiconductor Corp.
manufactures the RTL8019AS Ethernet Controller.
RTL8019AS data sheet
Asix Corp. manufactures another NE2000 compatible Ethernet
Controller, but this chip additionally supports 100 Mbps.
AX88796L data sheet
Standard Microsystems Corp. offers a 10/100 Mbps Ethernet Controller
with ISA Interface, available for industrial temperature ranges.
LAN91C111 data sheet
is a very good information resource for AVR microcontrollers. An easy to install
GNU C Compiler for Windows is available for download.
offers the latest binary distribution of the GNU C Compiler for Linux.
Commercial C compiler for quality code generation wrapped in an
easy-to-use modern GUI Development Environment.
Other 8-Bit TCP/IP Board Schematics
Tiny PPP module with ATmega323. Includes a GSM application.
Web51 uses an Intel x51 compatible processor and the Realtek RTL8019AS network controller.
This site is packed with very useful information.
A small expansion board to connect embedded microcontrollers to 10baseT Ethernet.
The PicoWeb Server is a fully functional, Ethernet-based, programmable
Web server resident on a printed-circuit board about the size of a
standard business card.
Other Open Source TCP/IP Stacks
uIP - A free small TCP/IP implementation for 8- and 16-bit microcontrollers by Adam Dunkels.
8051WEB is an embedded web server running on top of the uIP TCP/IP stack developed
by Adam Dunkels. 8051WEB is ported from uIP by Fajun Chen.
This is the first implementaion of a TCP/IP stack on the Casio
Pocket Viewer, realized by porting to the PV platform and OS the uIP.
Cool! TCP/IP for Lego Mindstorm.
The focus of the lwIP TCP/IP implementation is to reduce the
RAM usage while still having a full scale TCP. This makes
lwIP suitable for use in embedded systems with tenths of
kilobytes of free RAM and room for around 40 kilobytes of code
(pronounced mew-kip) is a project to develop free TCP/IP/PPP stack for uC/OS. The
code is based on BSD code and carries the BSD licence. By Guy Lancaster.
is a group project for the development of GPL'd ethernet communication libraries
for Atmel AVR microcontrollers. By Jason Kyle.
aims to provide a reliable, high performance, environment for embedded application
development. It's a complete new design by Dave Hudson. Unfortunately this
interesting project has come to a halt, but the latest release, dated 10/18/2000,
is still available for download.
RTOS And TCP/IP Information
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