Embedded Internet enabling methods: Which?
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Also I'm not real familiar with the 80386EX. Can you explain how it
compares in cost and form factor to PC104?
The 80386EX is a processor chip, not particularly related to PC104. It's
sort of the 186 (highly integrated) version of a 386, I think.
You've never stated if UDP/SLIP, UDP/PPP, or UDP/IP/Ethernet would satisfy
the application's needs? A full UDP stack is doable on a uController while
a full TCP stack will require some help.
Heh. PPP is so bloated that a microcontroller would be hard-pressed to
sypport a "full PPP." (fortunately, this is rarely required.)
In reply to: Your message of Wed, 31 May 2000 12:40:13 -0400
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