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uIP TCP/IP Protocol Stack Demonstration

Authored on: Aug 23, 2010 by Fatih Peksenar

Technical Paper / Application Note

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This application note describes a TCP/IP protocol stack demonstration running on Renesas Electronics' RX62N MCU device.  RX62N has an integrated Ethernet peripheral capable of running at 10/100 Mbps in half or full duplex modes.  The Ethernet peripheral consists of an Ethernet controller and a dedicated Ethernet direct memory access controller. The Ethernet controller is fully compliant with IEEE 802.3 MAC layer standard and supports Media Independent Interface (MII) and Reduced Media Independent Interface (RMII) connecting to a physical device.  The Ethernet direct access memory controller achieves efficient bus utilization through the use of dedicated DMA data transfers between the Ethernet peripheral and the system RAM.
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Robotics Developer Posted Mar 29, 2011

The paper was interesting but so narrowly focused as to not be very helpful. I was hoping for a more generalized uIP TCP/IP stack description and source code (or binaries for various SBCs). Not a bad paper but too specific to be of real help for my needs..

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