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Blogs about Ethernet

Blogs about Ethernet

  • How to Integrate industrial legacy tech on the Internet of Things

    RS Components

    Industrial automation systems and IT infrastructures are complex and expensive assets. When new technologies become available, engineers cannot simply uproot existing systems and start all over again. RS offers many of devices which allow existing legacy systems to be connected to the Internet of Things. For example, an installed sensor or PLC that has a serial port and uses Modbus protocol that was never originally developed for IoT can be brought into the modern world


    • Oxford Raspberry Jam - Feb 2014

      Pete Wood

      As the Raspberry Pi marks its 2nd Anniversary, we thought we'd round up a few familiar faces, as well as some new ones, and get together for another Raspberry Jam Show and Tell Session!


      • Microchip Masters 2013 - India


        Registration opens for Microchip's annual India MASTERs Conferences Premiere technical training events for embedded-control engineers to be held in Bangalore andPune; Classes available for all experience levels, from beginner to expert 19 September 2013 [NASDAQ: MCHP] — Microchip Technology Inc.


        • [ŠikulaRobotik] Connecting BeagleBoneBlack


          This is the second article of a series about BeagleBoneBlack by Šikula Robotik association. In last post, we have seen how to setup a Linux distribution on BBB and what happens during boot process. We will now connect the BBB to the network, firstlyby using a traditionnal Ethernet port, and with an Ethernet over USB link afterwards. Wireless connections are out of scope in this article.


          • Arduino or Raspberry Pi?

            Andrew Back

            A comparison of the respective benefits of the low cost embedded development platforms that may help with making a decision as to which to use when.


            • The Android PC System -APC 8750

              Pete Wood

              Priced between the Beagle Board and the Raspberry Pi, the new kid on the block is Via Technologies APC 8750.  It runs on a preinstalled custom Android Operating System and includes a basic s