The newest version of Lantronix's WiPort module now has 802.11b/g wireless capabilities, the first embedded RoHS-compliant device server to offer these capabilities in a serial-to-wireless or Ethernet-to-wireless setup. It has a real-time operating system, a ready-to-use serial-to-wireless application, and a full-featured network protocol stack. It also allows remote device communication through a built-in web server and configuration through a standard web browser through the WiPort's web manager. It has an 802.11b/g radio chipset, and a dedicated communications processor, and it is backwards-compatible with 802.11b access points. The WiPort includes WPA encryption and can support 256-bit advanced encryption standard, and has hardware interfaces for SPI, CAN and I2C.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administrationís recent backup camera mandate could open the door to more vehicle innovations, including better graphical displays, 360-degree camera views, and the increased use of Ethernet.
With support from National Instruments, a group of dedicated students from Connally High School in Austin, where more than 50% of the students are at risk of not graduating, have created a successful robotics team that is competing in the FIRST World Championships.
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