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'[OT]: LOW COST TCP/IP STARTER KIT FOR MICROCONTROL'
2000\07\10@200802 by WF

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Hi All

I have good news for all that are interested to learn about the SEIKO
TCP/IP.
Today i finished the production of 15 boards that allow you to study the
SEIKO TCP/IP.
It works using your parallel port PC. I developted two basic routines that
Write and Read specific register of this CI, in Delphi enviroment.
I have rebuilt the SEIKO STARTER KIT sample for works for my Starter Kit and
worked fine...The sample asks for TCP Port 13 service, that returns the time
of server...
I did a sample that reads your first disponible e-mail in a Host, using the
POP3 service....all woks fine...
Ahh, this samples are build in Turbo C 3.0, not object oriented...

Well, this week i will start the Manual....

Some new features i have included in this week, input for PROPIC
programmer...well let me explain better....

"The start of learning for SEIKO IC is using the parallel port PC...you can
read and write register, do some initial samples,  based in C dos Sample of
SEIKO company. When you see that know all about this IC, you can developted
yourself a program for the PIC16F84, that's included with the STARTER KIT,
you have only change some jumper and ready, the PIC16F84 could have control
of SEIKO...this jumpers redirect the INPUT programmer of PIC...."

Let me know if you want to reserve your LOW COST STARTER KIT...

Miguel Wisintainer
DEVELOPTER OF STARTER KITS FOR:
80251,80552,80196,PIC17C756,68HC11,TMS370, SAB80C166,MEMORYCARD,ISD14XX

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2000\07\10@232457 by Damon Hopkins

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WF wrote:
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Which Seiko chip is this.. the modem chip I think they called it the
imodem???

                       What's the target price for the kit also?

                       Damon Hopkins
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2000\07\11@014450 by James Cameron

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Yeah, more information on _why_ one would want to use this chip ... how
is it driven, that sort of thing.  Can it drive a telephone line or a
modem without having to dial-up to establish a PPP connection?

My mountain weather station needs a telemetry link down to me, 15km
away.  Still haven't found anything practical and cheap.  There's a lot
of fence wire around though, which could be a good start.

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2000\07\11@085057 by John C. Frenzel

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James,
Take a look at the http://www.tapr.org site for the T-238 weather station
interface.  It is able to gather data from serial input sources such as the
Dallas 1 wire weather station and format it into packets.  The packets are
transmitted over a radio link.  15 km is no sweat on 2m. Take a look.  It is
a kit of the project in the Circuit Cellar Design Contest 1999.
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> My mountain weather station needs a telemetry link down to me, 15km
> away.  Still haven't found anything practical and cheap.  There's a lot
> of fence wire around though, which could be a good start.
This is practical, but I don't know your definition of cheap.
John

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2000\07\11@095021 by Dale Botkin
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On Tue, 11 Jul 2000, James Cameron wrote:

> My mountain weather station needs a telemetry link down to me, 15km
> away.  Still haven't found anything practical and cheap.  There's a lot
> of fence wire around though, which could be a good start.

If it's for non-commercial use, a no-code ham license, a couple of V/UHF
radios and a pair of packet TNCs will do the trick for a relatively small
cash outlay.  1200BPS, but for wx telemetry that would probably do the
job.

Dale
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2000\07\12@163036 by WF

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It's ready!

http://www.blusoft.org.br/wf/seiko/

See some pictures...

U$189,00 + SHIPMENT

I have 12 in stock...

Let me know all your doubts about

Miguel Wisintainer

Some features:

--> C++ SAMPLE FOR READ E-MAIL (POP3) THROGH PARALLEL PORT
--> C++ SAMPLE FOR READ HOST DAYTIME THROUGH PARALLEL PORT
--> FREE PIC16F84
--> PROTOTYPE AREA
--> DELPHI X_WRITE, X_READ ROUTINES
--> SERIAL CABLE
--> POWER SUPPLY
--> (MODEM NOT INCLUDED)

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2000\07\12@165944 by Mike Werner

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2000\07\13@132221 by WF

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Opss....thanks!

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