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WWW server in a PIC16F84

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    Soft UART baud rate                 up to 38400
    HTTP port                           1..255
    Maximum TCP window size             128 (up to 255)
    Program ROM use                     about 400x14
    RAM use                             32x8
    Internal storage for www-pages      1K
    External storage for www-pages      up to 8M


    ICMP packet processing
    Version for AVR90S2313




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