Synopses & Reviews
Bringing together two areas of computer technology—networking and embedded systems—this developer's guide offers guidance and examples for each of these, with a focus on the special requirements and limits of embedded systems. Because developing an embedded system for networking requires knowledge from many areas, including circuit design, programming, network architecture, and Ethernet and Internet protocols, developers are given valuable technical information on each that can be put to use right away. Covered are the advantages and limits of using Ethernet to connect embedded systems in a local network, hardware and program code needed to connect an embedded system to an Ethernet network and the Internet, and how to build a network. Also discussed are how embedded systems can use TCP/IP and related protocols and how personal-computer applications can use the protocols to communicate with embedded systems. Developers will learn how their Web server's pages can include dynamic, real-time content and respond to user input.
“Jan Axelsons writing is a model of clarity and conciseness.” —Bill Machrone, PC Magazine
This is a comprehensive guide to designing and programming small devices to communicate over local Ethernet networks and on the Internet. Photos.
About the Author
has written dozens of articles for technical publications including Embedded Systems Programming
, and Circuit Cellar
. She is the author of USB Complete
, Serial Port Complete
, and Parallel Port Complete
. She lives in Madison, Wisconsin.