'PIC on the Internet'
for some reason the original page got trashed.
but Brady put up a mirror on his site.
not that I am aware of...
the gary guy has apparently dissapeared of the face of the earth...
maybee someone on the list downloaded them before the page went down?
ill take a look on my computer when i get a chance.. they may be somewhere.
hmm I just tried to post the code to the list but the message was rejected?
anyway, I FOUND the code for interfaceing the 16C74 to the ethernet card.
if anyone wan'ts it or knows how I can post it let me know
At 03:55 PM 3/25/99 -0500, you wrote:
>hmm I just tried to post the code to the list but the message was rejected?
>anyway, I FOUND the code for interfaceing the 16C74 to the ethernet card.
>if anyone wan'ts it or knows how I can post it let me know
I have upgraded the PCB that Gary did for that project. I'm having
problems with the CAD package not gerbering all my traces (SuperCAD from
Mental Automation), but as soon as those are resolved I'll have a good PCB
out. I had hoped to have finished up this project over a month ago.
I did the software for it in C so it's much more readable, and besides that
makes it easier to integrate high-level stuff in.
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: From: Ryan Pogge <SHORE.INTERCOM.NET> pogge
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: Date: Thursday, March 25, 1999 12:55 PM
: hmm I just tried to post the code to the list but the message was
: anyway, I FOUND the code for interfaceing the 16C74 to the ethernet
: if anyone wan'ts it or knows how I can post it let me know
: >Any chance of being able to get the files not on the mirrored site
: >16C74 related ones).
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: > http://moritzdesigns.com/gary/crystal.html
: > for some reason the original page got trashed.
: > but Brady put up a mirror on his site.
Does anyone have a copy of the diagrams from this site, I bookmarked it
for later use - Now I'm ready to use it, it's gone (so has the mirror).
I have the ASM file for the '74 but that's all, (no PCB or circuit
Can anyone help ???
Andy Kunz wrote:
yea I have the entire site ziped intro one file, all the code, html,
e-mail me for it
>> >anyway, I FOUND the code for interfaceing the 16C74 to the ethernet
>> >if anyone wan'ts it or knows how I can post it let me know
>> I have upgraded the PCB that Gary did for that project. I'm having
>> problems with the CAD package not gerbering all my traces (SuperCAD from
>> Mental Automation), but as soon as those are resolved I'll have a good
>> out. I had hoped to have finished up this project over a month ago.
>> I did the software for it in C so it's much more readable, and besides
|This week we are registering two systems named HAIS (Home Automated
Internet System) and IAIS (Industrial...), that allows to connect
different kinds of solutions to the Internet via a low speed phone line
embedded modems. It allows you to turn on/off or reprogram your
sprinkler system, or check your home temperature in Texas, using your
regular internet browser from California or Hong Kong (examples).
The possibility to (using a common web browser) check statistical data
generated by those devices in consecutive timed uploads to the net,
makes it a powerful low cost remote data acquisition. It uses a sub-IP
identification for the low end devices. The availability of online data
bases and html control panels, makes a breeze to any domestic/industrial
logging analysis and/or control. The simple but strong 128 bits
intelligent security signatures turns it almost impossible to suffer
hacking attack, while the very low cost and easy to develop devices
turns it to be very attractive for a high potential market. Initial
price analysis point to $5.00 per household for the sub-IP Internet
interface and html web system access, while the low end hardware at
different prices. It requires a regular (dedicated) phone line, or a
cell phone board, and a HASPI/IASPI service subscription with us. For a
while this service will be covering only USA and Canada with coverage
extensions along the year. The system is already fully operational, but
not launched yet.
The very simple communication protocol to the Internet interface uses a
fraction of the 1k code memory from the small controllers. Solutions
based in several other microcontrollers still under development.
If you or your company have creative ideas about it (remote automation
and control) and interest in participate in the development of the low
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