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October 24 – Day 5: Design & Build an Embedded WiFi Web Server
Continuing Education Center 
10/24/2014  Post a comment
In this final lecture of the series, we will shed the wires and scratch-construct a WiFi-based web server. Along the way we will examine the differences in traditional wired web servers and wireless web servers.
October 23 – Day 4: Building Interactive Web Pages
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10/23/2014  Post a comment
Web servers need web pages. In today’s lecture we will craft some web pages that will allow human and electronic web clients to access the resources provided by the embedded web server.
October 22 – Day 3: Embedded TCP/IP Concepts
Continuing Education Center 
10/22/2014  Post a comment
Today’s lecture will cover basic TCP/IP concepts. We will also examine some common protocols that are used on LANs and the Internet. The TCP/IP concepts presented will be supported by actual Wireshark protocol analyzer captures.
October 21 – Day 2: Design & Build an 8-bit Embedded Web Server
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10/21/2014  Post a comment
Today, try an 8-bit Ethernet-based web server variant. Not everything needs the compute power behind a 32-bit web server. Once again, we will scratch-build the hardware and write some code to bring it online
October 20 - Day 1: Design & Build a 32-bit Embedded Web Server
Continuing Education Center 
10/20/2014  3 comments
Dive in by designing and scratch-building a 32-bit microcontroller-based web server. This Ethernet-based web server uses the LAN8720 PHY IC in the physical layer design. Along the way, we will put together just enough supporting firmware to bring our web server online.
July 25 - Day 5: Application Emulation Using Em-Browser & an iPhone
Continuing Education Center 
7/25/2014  276 comments
Em-Browser gives the developer total control of the embedded systems resources. Today we will use Em-Browser and an iPhone to emulate and debug an application targeting our home-grown B-SMART PIC32MX reference design.
July 24 - Day 4: Design & Assemble a Bluetooth Low-Energy Embedded Device
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7/24/2014  366 comments
Today we will put on our hardware hats and design and assemble a home-grown Anaren A2541 BLE embedded device hosted by a PIC32MX695F512H. The reference design concepts exposed in today’s lecture can be applied to most any microcontroller that supports the C programming language.
July 23 - Day 3: Creating Schemas to Develop a Bluetooth Link
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7/23/2014  296 comments
A schema is simply a description of available embedded resources. Today we will create a schema based on the embedded resources of the Digilent ChipKIT MX3 development board. We will also examine the firmware that is automatically generated as a result of the schema build process.


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