For the IP2k processors, Ubicom has ip modules for Ethernet, Bluetooth, TCP/IP stack and JVM. See http://www.ubicom.com/solutions/index.html for more information...
For the SX48/52 processors, Virtual Peripherals are available:
Software support includes the TCP/IP Stack and Application Layer Software: Protocols integrated into the SX controller include:
|Physical Layer - Ethernet|
|- Ethernet IO||~512||16|
|Physical Layer - Modem|
|- DTMF Detection||295||52|
|- DTMF Generation||89||15|
|- FSK Detection||42||6|
|- FSK Generation||47||8|
|- Caller ID||369||70|
|- Ring Detect||19||3|
This software is available here:
Java code that interacts with the UDPsx code in the processor is available here:
Application Notes: (Also: Related RFCs)
All the information about the Ethernet Demo board including the schematic is here:
Convert DYNDNS to HTTP request Dynamic DNS. +
My application uses SX52BD for linking to the ethernet. The commands for performing a read of a PIC in the application are given through the web browser and the response appears again on the web browser. I need to send and recieve data directly from within PC on the ethernet bus to the application PIC rather than having to feed command through the browser/ observe the response on the browser. Kindly suggest what should be done to make this possible. Awaiting reply. Thank you.
James Newton replies: I have two suggestions: Either A) Read the documentation and the sample source code as listed above and ask specific questions based on that or B) hire a professional consultant to do the work for you.+
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