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1996\08\10@082507 by Ray Gardiner

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1. CAN on a PIC would be a formidable product.

2. Has anyone considered an embedded internet application?

3. Is it too much for a PIC?.. (not many things are)

4. It would bring new meaning to, "microchip web server"!!!


Ray Gardiner, 104 Macintosh Street, Shepparton, Victoria 3630,  Australia
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1996\08\12@122803 by Brian Boles

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    See "Web pulls real time data" in July 29, 96 EE Times; although this
    is for embedded x86.  Maybe we'll have a PIC large enough to run it
    some day.

    Rgds, Brian.


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Subject: Embedded Internet
Author:  Ray Gardiner <.....rayKILLspamspam@spam@NETSPACE.NET.AU> at Internet_Exchange
Date:    8/10/95 10:29 PM


1. CAN on a PIC would be a formidable product.

2. Has anyone considered an embedded internet application?

3. Is it too much for a PIC?.. (not many things are)

4. It would bring new meaning to, "microchip web server"!!!


Ray Gardiner, 104 Macintosh Street, Shepparton, Victoria 3630,  Australia
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1996\08\12@140813 by Wireless Scientific

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At 9:18 AM 8/12/96, Brian Boles wrote:
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I think you would have a wee bit a problem implementing PPP with the PIC's
limited ROM space. But stranger things have happened.

I hope stranger things will happened.
craig






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1996\08\12@145745 by Lee Jones

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>>>2. Has anyone considered an embedded internet application?
>>>
>>>3. Is it too much for a PIC?.. (not many things are)
>
>>     See "Web pulls real time data" in July 29, 96 EE Times; although this
>>     is for embedded x86.  Maybe we'll have a PIC large enough to run it
>>     some day.
>
> I think you would have a wee bit a problem implementing PPP with the PIC's
> limited ROM space. But stranger things have happened.

PPP?  I want an Ethernet interface.  Seriously, the Motorola 683xx
series can do it.  Maybe a future PIC can be coerced into it too.

                                               Lee

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1996\08\13@092747 by Wireless Scientific

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At 12:02 PM 8/12/96, Lee Jones wrote:
>>>>2. Has anyone considered an embedded internet application?
>>>>
>>>>3. Is it too much for a PIC?.. (not many things are)
>>
>>>     See "Web pulls real time data" in July 29, 96 EE Times; although this
>>>     is for embedded x86.  Maybe we'll have a PIC large enough to run it
>>>     some day.
>>
>> I think you would have a wee bit a problem implementing PPP with the PIC's
>> limited ROM space. But stranger things have happened.
>
>PPP?  I want an Ethernet interface.  Seriously, the Motorola 683xx
>series can do it.  Maybe a future PIC can be coerced into it too.

Ethernet controllers have a lot of pins. The clue would be overwelming but
could be implemented in one of those FPGAs via Warp. Any comments from the
readers.

craig

1996\08\14@105729 by myke predko
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Ray,

September's "Circuit Cellar" has an article on a home-brew under $500
Network Computer - I've just skimmed the article and don't know all the
details, but the author did come up with one less than $400 USD.

I realize the reply is non-pick related, but it will give you an idea of
what's involved.

Myke
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Do you ever feel like an XT Clone caught in the Pentium Pro Zone?

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